|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||FIS/01|
The course aims to introduce students to the basic principles of experimental physics
The course aims to provide the basic principles of experimental physics by intuitively addressing the three main aspects: planning an experiment or a measurement, data analysis and presentation of the results also with the use of IT tools.
Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to critically evaluate the design and execution of simple laboratory experiences. He/she will be able to analyze the data obtained and present them appropriately
Classroom lectures and simple laboratory experiments
- presentation of the structure of a complex experiment
- characteristics of sensors
- definition of error
- error propagation
- introduction to statistical data analysis
- elements of programming (Matlab software) for data analysis
- interpolation and extrapolation
- fitting methods
- introduction to harmonic analysis
- hints on digital electronics
Lecture notes and more collected in AulaWeb
CORRADO BORAGNO (President)
CLAUDIO CANALE (President)
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Oral interview starting with the presentation of one of the experiments conducted in the laboratory
The student must demonstrate acquisition of the fundamental concepts of measurement theory and the ability to critically analyze data obtained in the laboratory.
Course topics will also be required