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Summer Term 2021
SS 2021 Lecture: Theoretical Physics 2  Electrodynamics 1
Modul 12PHYBIPTP2
Electronic university calender
Calender of the department
Lecture:
Monday, 13:15  14:45, (online only)
Thursday, 13:15  14:45, (online only)
Exercise classes:
Friday, 9:1510:45 (online only)
Tuesday, 9:1510:45 (online only, biweekly, tutorial)
News:
Solutions to the exercises will be discussed in the seminar, notes will be made available online, please ask questions about those in the discussion forum of the Moodle plattform, or directly to the tutors.
Syllabus, additional important information on the lecture, updated 02.04.2021
The exercises are organized via a moodle course which you have to register manually under Moodle plattform of UL
Preliminary results of the exam, please see the link at the moodle course.
Please note that you have to register first for the module and afterwards for the specific module classes (lecture, exercise) within the module.
Registration starts on March 31th, 2021 at noon (12.00) and ends on April 7th, 2021 at 17.00.
Teachers cannot register students for module (classes).
In class teaching is starting not earlier than in June, instead an online program will be offered. Details about reading material and the format of the online lecture will be available here and in almaweb.
Topics:
mathematical background: vector analysis (gradient, divergence, rotation), divergence and curl theorem
Maxwell equations
Conservation laws
Electrostatics, magnetostatics (in vacuum and in media)
Solution methods for partial differential equations; applications to physical systems
preconditions:
Bachelor of Science International Physics Studies Program: none
Literature:
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 3, Electrodynamics, Springer 2016
J. D. Jackson "Classical Electrodynamics", 3rd edition, John Wiley, NY, 1998
D.J. Griffiths "Introduction to Electrodynamics" Pearson Education 2008
W. K. H. Panofsky, M. Phillips, Classical Electricity and Magnetism, AddisonWeseley, 1962
Walter Greiner, Classical Electrodynamics, Springer, 1998
Exercise sheets:
(will be available for download here)
Sheet 0, Useful formulas
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Sheet 5
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 11
Sheet 12
Script (handwritten):
Script TP1 (for reference)
Recordings of the lecture week 1
Recordings of the lecture week 2
Recordings of the lecture week 3
Recordings of the lecture week 4
Recordings of the lecture week 5
Recordings of the lecture week 6
Recordings of the lecture week 7
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Recordings of the lecture week 10
Recordings of the lecture week 11
Recordings of the lecture week 12
Recordings of the lecture week 13
Recordings of the lecture week 14
Recordings of the lecture week 15
week 1
until week 2
week 3
week 4
week 5
week 6
week 7
week 8
week 9
week 10
week 11
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week 13
week 14
week 15
all weeks

Winter Term 2020/2021
WS 2020/2021 Lecture: Theoretical Physics 3  Classical Mechanics 2 and Electrodynamics 2
Modul 12PHYBIPTP3
Electronic university calender
Calender of the department
Lecture:
Tuesday, 13:30  15:00, online only (zoom), details in the information on Almaweb
Friday, 11:00  12:30, online only (zoom), details in the information on Almaweb
Exercise classes:
Thursday, 13:30  15:00, online only (zoom), details in the information on Almaweb
(Second date to be published here)
Moodle 12PHYBIPTP3 Sign in here
Syllabus, additional important information on the lecture, updated 23.10.2020
News:
Preliminary exam results here.
Please note that you have to register first for the module and afterwards for the specific module classes (lecture, exercise) within the module.
Teachers cannot register students for module (classes).
Topics:
Analytical mechanics: variational calculus, Hamilton's principle, Lagrange equations of first and second kind, NoetherTheorem
Legendre transformation, Hamilton equations of motion, canonical transformations, HamiltonJacoby theory
Special relativity
relativistic formulation of electrodynamics, electromagnetic waves, field of moving charges, ratdiation
preconditions:
Bachelor of Science International Physics Studies Program: none
Literature:
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 2, Analytical Mechanics, Springer 2016
Theoretical Physics 4, Special Theory of Relativity, Springer 2017
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 3, Electrodynamics, Springer 2016
J. D. Jackson "Classical Electrodynamics", 3rd edition, John Wiley, NY, 1998
D.J. Griffiths "Introduction to Electrodynamics" Pearson Education 2008
W. K. H. Panofsky, M. Phillips, Classical Electricity and Magnetism, AddisonWeseley, 1962
Walter Greiner, Classical Electrodynamics, Springer, 1998
J. M. Knudsen and P. G. Hjorth, Elements of Newtonian Mechanics, Springer, 2000
D. Kleppner and R.J. Kolenkov: An Introduction to Mechanics, Cambridge University Press 2010
J. Honerkamp, H. Römer: Theoretical Physics: A Classical Approach, Springer, 1993
Walter Greiner, Classical mechanics : point particles and relativity, Springer, 2004
Walter Greiner, systems of particles and Hamiltonian dynamics, Springer, 2010
L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz, Mechanics, ButterworthHeinemann, 2006
Exercise sheets:
(will be available for download here)
Sheet 0
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Sheet 5
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 11
Sheet 12
Script (hand written):
week 01
week 02
week 03
week 04
week 05
week 06
week 07
week 08
week 09
week 10
week 11
week 12
week 12 (continued)
week 12 (continued 2)
Recordings of the lecture week 1
Recordings of the lecture week 2
Recordings of the lecture week 3
Recordings of the lecture week 4
Recordings of the lecture week 5
Recordings of the lecture week 6
Recordings of the lecture week 7
Recordings of the lecture week 8 and 8a
Recordings of the lecture week 9
Recordings of the lecture week 10
Recordings of the lecture week 11
Recordings of the lecture week 12

Summer Term 2020
SS 2020 Lecture: Theoretical Physics 2  Electrodynamics 1
Modul 12PHYBIPTP2
Electronic university calender
Calender of the department
Lecture:
Thursday, 9:15  10:45, Linnéstr. 5, ThHS
Friday, 9:15  10:45, Linnéstr. 5, ThHS
Exercise classes:
t.b.a.
News:
Results of the retake: Results retake TP2
Preliminary results of the examination: Results TP2
Exam admittance information
Solutions to the exercises from the previous week will be made available online, please ask questions about those in the discussion forum of the Moodle plattform, or
directly to the tutors.
Syllabus, additional important information on the lecture, updated 02.04.2020
The seminars and exercises are organized via a moodle course which you have to register manually under Moodle plattform of UL
Please note that you have to register first for the module and afterwards for the specific module classes (lecture, exercise) within the module.
Registration starts on March 25th, 2020 at noon (12.00) and ends on April 5th, 2020 at 18.00.
Registration to the exercise classes opens on April 8th at noon.
Teachers cannot register students for module (classes).
In class teaching is starting not earlier than in May, instead an online program will be offered. Details about reading material and the format of the online lecture will be available here and in almaweb.
Topics:
mathematical background: vector analysis (gradient, divergence, rotation), divergence and curl theorem
Maxwell equations
Conservation laws
Electrostatics, magnetostatics (in vacuum and in media)
Solution methods for partial differential equations; applications to physical systems
preconditions:
Bachelor of Science International Physics Studies Program: none
Literature:
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 3, Electrodynamics, Springer 2016
J. D. Jackson "Classical Electrodynamics", 3rd edition, John Wiley, NY, 1998
D.J. Griffiths "Introduction to Electrodynamics" Pearson Education 2008
W. K. H. Panofsky, M. Phillips, Classical Electricity and Magnetism, AddisonWeseley, 1962
Walter Greiner, Classical Electrodynamics, Springer, 1998
Exercise sheets:
(will be available for download here)
Sheet 0, Useful formulas
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Script (handwritten):
Script TP1 (for reference)
Script TP2 (this lecture)
Reading week 0 (before first lecture)
Reading week 1
Reading week 2
Reading week 5
Recordings of the lecture week 1
Recordings of the lecture week 2
Recordings of the lecture week 3
Recordings of the lecture week 4
Recordings of the lecture week 5
Recordings of the lecture week 6
Recordings of the lecture week 7
Recordings of the lecture week 8
Recordings of the lecture week 9
Recordings of the lecture week 10
Recordings of the lecture week 11
Recordings of the lecture week 12
Recordings of the lecture week 13
Recordings of the lecture week 14

Winter Term 2019/2020
WS 2019/2020 Lecture: Theoretical Physics 3  Classical Mechanics 2 and Electrodynamics 2
Modul 12PHYBIPTP3
Electronic university calender
Calender of the department
Lecture:
Tuesday, 15:15  16:45, Linnéstr. 5, KlHS
Friday, 11:00  12:30, Linnéstr. 5, KlHS
Exercise classes:
Tuesday, 13:30  15:00, Linnéstr. 5, R 221
Thursday, 13:30  15:00, Linnéstr. 5, R 225
News:
Exam results of retake hier, inspection of exams on request.
Preliminary exam results here, inspection of exams on request.
Updated: List of suitable exercises to review the content of the lecture List
Updated: List of points including sheet 12 here. Please check your points and tell your tutor in the exercise class if there are doubts about the correctness. For possibilities to make up for points, please write an email to Andreas Kreisel.
Topics:
Analytical mechanics: variational calculus, Hamilton's principle, Lagrange equations of first and second kind, NoetherTheorem
Legendre transformation, Hamilton equations of motion, canonical transformations, HamiltonJacoby theory
Special relativity
relativistic formulation of electrodynamics, electromagnetic waves, field of moving charges, ratdiation
preconditions:
Bachelor of Science International Physics Studies Program: none
Literature:
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 2, Analytical Mechanics, Springer 2016
Theoretical Physics 4, Special Theory of Relativity, Springer 2017
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 3, Electrodynamics, Springer 2016
J. D. Jackson "Classical Electrodynamics", 3rd edition, John Wiley, NY, 1998
D.J. Griffiths "Introduction to Electrodynamics" Pearson Education 2008
W. K. H. Panofsky, M. Phillips, Classical Electricity and Magnetism, AddisonWeseley, 1962
Walter Greiner, Classical Electrodynamics, Springer, 1998
J. M. Knudsen and P. G. Hjorth, Elements of Newtonian Mechanics, Springer, 2000
D. Kleppner and R.J. Kolenkov: An Introduction to Mechanics, Cambridge University Press 2010
J. Honerkamp, H. Römer: Theoretical Physics: A Classical Approach, Springer, 1993
Walter Greiner, Classical mechanics : point particles and relativity, Springer, 2004
Walter Greiner, systems of particles and Hamiltonian dynamics, Springer, 2010
L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz, Mechanics, ButterworthHeinemann, 2006
Exercise sheets:
Sheet 0
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Sheet 5 (typos corrected)
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 11 (typo corrected)
Sheet 12 (typo corrected)
Sheet 12
Script (hand written):
week 01
week 02
week 03
week 04
week 05
week 06
week 07
week 08
week 09
week 10
week 11
week 12
week 13
week 14

Summer Term 2019
SS 2019 Lecture: Theoretical Physics 2  Electrodynamics 1
Modul 12PHYBIPTP2
Electronic university calender
Calender of the department
Lecture:
Monday, 11:00  12:30, Linnéstr. 5, ThHS
Thursday, 9:15  10:45, Linnéstr. 5, KlHS
Exercise classes:
Wednesday, 17:00  18:30, Linnéstr. 5, SR 225
Thursday, 11:00  12:30, Linnéstr. 5, KlHS
Thursday, 11:00  12:30, Linnéstr. 5, SR 224
Tutorium
Friday, 9:15  10:45, Linnéstr. 5, ThHS
News:
Preliminary results of the repeat exam:Results TP2 (2)
Preliminary results of the examination: Results TP2
Questions or appointments for inspection of the exam: Write email.
Information: exam preparation
Please note that you have to register first for the module and afterwards for the specific module classes (lecture, exercise) within the module.
Registration starts on March 20th, 2019 at noon (12.00) and ends on April 5th, 2019 at 18.00.
Registration to the exercise classes opens on April 1st at noon.
Teachers cannot register students for module (classes).
Topics:
mathematical background: vector analysis (gradient, divergence, rotation), divergence and curl theorem
Maxwell equations
Conservation laws
Electrostatics, magnetostatics (in vacuum and in media)
Solution methods for partial differential equations; applications to physical systems
preconditions:
Bachelor of Science International Physics Studies Program: none
Literature:
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 3, Electrodynamics, Springer 2016
J. D. Jackson "Classical Electrodynamics", 3rd edition, John Wiley, NY, 1998
D.J. Griffiths "Introduction to Electrodynamics" Pearson Education 2008
W. K. H. Panofsky, M. Phillips, Classical Electricity and Magnetism, AddisonWeseley, 1962
Walter Greiner, Classical Electrodynamics, Springer, 1998
Exercise sheets:
(will be available for download here)
Sheet 0, Useful formulas
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Sheet 5
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 11
Sheet 12
Script (handwritten):
General information
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
Part 7
Part 8
Part 9
Part 10
Part 11
Part 12
Part 13
Part 14
Points from homeworks until sheet 12, information how to make up for points:
results up to sheet 12

Winter Term 2018/2019
WS 2018/2019 Lecture: Theoretical Physics 1  Classical Mechanics 1
Modul 12PHYBIPTP1
Electronic university calender
Calender of the department
Lecture:
Tuesday, 13:30  15:00, Linnéstr. 5, KlHS
Thursday, 9:15  10:45, Linnéstr. 5, KlHS
Exercise classes:
Monday, 11:00  12:30, Linnéstr. 5, R 532
Monday, 11:00  12:30, Brüderstr. 16, R 210
Friday, 13:30  15:00, Linnéstr. 5, ThHS
News:
Preliminary results of the retake exam here.
Preliminary exam results here, inspection of exams on Feb. 26th, ITP, Brüderstraße.
Updated (2): We have compiled the achieved points including sheet 12 in this list. Please check your points and tell your tutor in the exercise class if there are doubts about the correctness. Read comments for those who have not reached the threshold to be admitted to the exam.
Updated: List of suitable exercises to review the content of the lecture List (complete)
Please note that you have to register first for the module and afterwards for the specific module classes (lecture, exercise) within the module.
Registration starts on October 4th, 2018 at noon (12.00) and ends on October 19th, 2018 at 18.00.
Registration to the exercise classes opens on October 16th at noon.
Teachers cannot register students for module (classes).
Tutorial: mathematical addentum (Friday, 15:30, R 210, Brüderstr. 16)
Topics:
mathematical background: vector calculus (elementary operations, scalar product, cross product, component representation), vector valued functions (continuity, differentiation), fields (scalar field, vector field), vector analysis (gradient, divergence, rotation), linear algebra (matrices), coordinate systems and rotations
kinematics
Newtons laws of motion
inertial frames, Galilei transformation
problems of dynamics (harmonic oscillator), ordinary differential equations
vibrations
conservation laws (work and energy, conservation of momentum, rotations, conservation of angular momentum), line integral
two particle problem in a radial potential (Kepler's problem)
multi particle systems (conservation laws, center of mass)
rotation of a rigid body around a fixed axis
constraints and D' Alembert principle (Lagrange mechanics)
preconditions:
Bachelor of Science International Physics Studies Program: none
Literature:
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 1, Classical Mechanics, Springer 2016
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 2, Analytical Mechanics, Springer 2016
J. M. Knudsen and P. G. Hjorth, Elements of Newtonian Mechanics, Springer, 2000
D. Kleppner and R.J. Kolenkov: An Introduction to Mechanics, Cambridge University Press 2010
J. Honerkamp, H. Römer: Theoretical Physics: A Classical Approach, Springer, 1993
Walter Greiner, Classical mechanics: point particles and relativity, Springer, 2004
Walter Greiner, systems of particles and Hamiltonian dynamics, Springer, 2010
L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz, Mechanics, ButterworthHeinemann, 2006
Exercise sheets:
(will be available for download here)
Sheet 0
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Sheet 5
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 11
Sheet 12
Script (hand written):
week 01
week 02
week 03
week 04
week 05
week 06
week 07
week 08
week 09
week 10
week 11
week 12
week 13
week 14
week 15

Summer Term 2018
SS 2018 Lecture: Theoretical Physics 2  Electrodynamics 1
Modul 12PHYBIPTP2
Electronic university calender
Calender of the department
Lecture:
Monday, 11:00  12:30, Linnéstr. 5, KlHS
Thursday, 9:15  10:45, Linnéstr. 5, KlHS
Exercise classes:
Tuesday, 9:15  10:45, Linnéstr. 5, R 532
Wednesday, 13:30  15:00, Linnéstr. 5, R 532
Friday, 13:30  15:00, Linnéstr. 5, R 532
News:
Preliminary results of the repeat exam:Results TP2 (2)
Preliminary results of the examination: Results TP2
Questions or appointments for inspection of the exam: Write email.
Final admittance to exam (according to points achieved) will be published by 10.07.2018. For information how to obtain admittance, please refer to the list of points below.
Information: exam preparation
Please note that you have to register first for the module and afterwards for the specific module classes (lecture, exercise) within the module.
Registration starts on March 28th, 2018 at noon (12.00) and ends on April 13th, 2018 at 18.00.
Registration to the exercise classes opens on April 9th at noon.
Teachers cannot register students for module (classes).
Topics:
mathematical background: vector analysis (gradient, divergence, rotation), divergence and curl theorem
Maxwell equations
Conservation laws
Electrostatics, magnetostatics (in vacuum and in media)
Solution methods for partial differential equations; applications to physical systems
preconditions:
Bachelor of Science International Physics Studies Program: none
Literature:
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 3, Electrodynamics, Springer 2016
J. D. Jackson "Classical Electrodynamics", 3rd edition, John Wiley, NY, 1998
D.J. Griffiths "Introduction to Electrodynamics" Pearson Education 2008
W. K. H. Panofsky, M. Phillips, Classical Electricity and Magnetism, AddisonWeseley, 1962
Walter Greiner, Classical Electrodynamics, Springer, 1998
Exercise sheets:
(will be available for download here)
Sheet 0, Useful formulas
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Sheet 5
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 11
Sheet 12
Script (handwritten):
General information
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4
Part 5
Part 6
Part 7
Part 8
Part 9
Part 10
Part 11
Part 12
Part 13
Part 14
Points from homeworks:
all sheets

Winter Term 2017/2018
WS 2017/2018 Lecture: Theoretical Physics 1  Classical Mechanics 1
Modul 12PHYBIPTP1
Electronic university calender
Calender of the department
Lecture:
Tuesday, 13:30  15:00, Linnéstr. 5, KlHS
Thursday, 9:15  10:45, Linnéstr. 5, KlHS
Exercise classes:
Monday, 11:00  12:30, Linnéstr. 5, R 532
Monday, 11:00  12:30, Brüderstr. 16, R 210
Friday, 13:30  15:00, Linnéstr. 5, ThHS
News:
Results of the retake exam here, inspection of exams on request.
Preliminary exam results here, inspection of exams on March 15th, 3pm, ITP, Brüderstraße.
Final list with points: list, all students with 72 or more points are admitted.
Information: exam preparation
An updated list of the achieved points including sheet 11 is available here. 72 points are required for admittance to the exam, please read the information on the bottom of the document.
We have compiled the achieved points including sheet 8 in this list. Please check your points and tell your tutor in the exercise class if there are doubts about the correctness.
Please note that you have to register first for the module and afterwards for the specific module classes (lecture, exercise) within the module.
Registration starts on September 27th, 2017 at noon (12.00) and ends on October 13th, 2017 at 18.00.
Registration to the exercise classes opens on October 12th at noon.
Teachers cannot register students for module (classes).
Tutorial tba.
Topics:
mathematical background: vector calculus (elementary operations, scalar product, cross product, component representation), vector valued functions (continuity, differentiation), Fields (scalar field, vector field), vector analysis (gradient, divergence, rotation), linear algebra (matrices), coordinate systems and rotations
kinematics
Newtons laws of motion
inertial frames, Galilei transformation
problems of dynamics (harmonic oscillator), ordinary differential equations
vibrations
conservation laws (work and energy, conservation of momentum, rotations, conservation of angular momentum), line integral
two particle problem in a radial potential (Kepler's problem)
multi particle systems (conservation laws, center of mass)
rotation of a rigid body around a fixed axis
constraints and D' Alembert principle (Lagrange mechanics)
preconditions:
Bachelor of Science International Physics Studies Program: none
Literature:
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 1, Classical Mechanics, Springer 2016
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 2, Analytical Mechanics, Springer 2016
J. M. Knudsen and P. G. Hjorth, Elements of Newtonian Mechanics, Springer, 2000
D. Kleppner and R.J. Kolenkov: An Introduction to Mechanics, Cambridge University Press 2010
J. Honerkamp, H. Römer: Theoretical Physics: A Classical Approach, Springer, 1993
Walter Greiner, Classical mechanics: point particles and relativity, Springer, 2004
Walter Greiner, systems of particles and Hamiltonian dynamics, Springer, 2010
L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz, Mechanics, ButterworthHeinemann, 2006
Exercise sheets:
(will be available for download here)
Sheet 0
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Sheet 5
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 11
Sheet 12

Summer Term 2017
Vorlesung: Mathematische Methoden 2  Methoden der modernen Physik
12PHYBMAME
Elektronisches Vorlesungsverzeichnis
Semesterplan der Fakultät
Vorlesung:
Mittwoch, 11:15  12:45, Brüderstr. 16, Seminarraum 210
Übungen:
Dienstag, 9:15  10:45, Linnéstr. 5, Seminarraum SR 224
Freitag, 11:00  12:30, Linnéstr. 5, Seminarraum SR 224
Aktuelle Hinweise:
Ergebnisse der Klausur
Eine zusätzliche Übung wird am 11.07. um 09:15 Uhr im Raum 113 (Computerpool) stattfinden.
Klausurzulassung Bitte Hinweise auf 2. Seite beachten.
Die Vorlesung vom 26.04. findet am Freitag, 28.04. 11:0012:30 im Kleinen Hörsaal (Linnéstr. 5) statt. Die Übung wird verlegt auf den Vorlesungstermin: 26.04. 11:15  12:45, Brüderstr. 16, Seminarraum 210.
Die erste Übung, Gruppe 2 wird auf Mittwoch, 12.04., 15:30 Uhr, Raum 113, Brüderstr. 16 verlegt.
Bitte beachten Sie, dass Sie sich sowohl in die Module als auch in die dazugehörigen Veranstaltungen einschreiben müssen.
Lehrverantwortliche haben keinen Einfluss auf die Modulanmeldungen.
Die erste Vorlesung ist am Mittwoch, 05. April 2017, die Übungsgruppen beginnen erst ab der zweiten Semesterwoche, d.h. ab 11.04.2017.
Themen:
Anwendungen von Distributionen und Fouriertransformation
Operatoren und Eigenfunktionsentwicklung
spezielle Funktionen
Teilnahmevoraussetzungen:
Bachelor of Science International Physics Studies Program: keine
Literaturangabe:
H. Heuser, Lehrbuch der Analysis Teil 1 17. Auflage, Vieweg+Teubner 2009
H. Fischer, H. Kaul, Mathematik für Physiker, Band 1 Vieweg+Teubner 2011
M.L. Boas, Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences, Wiley 2005
R. Courant and D. Hilbert, Methoden der Mathematischen Physik I, Springer
G. Berendt and E. Weimar, Mathematik für Physiker, Band 2, WileyVCH
W. Walter, Gewöhnliche Differentialgleichungen, Springer
G.B. Arfken and H.J. Weber, Mathematical Methods for Physicists, Academic Press
P.M. Morse and H. Feshbach, Methods of Theoretical Physics, McGrawHill
Übungsblätter:
(werden hier zum Download angeboten)
1. Übungsblatt
2. Übungsblatt
3. Übungsblatt
4. Übungsblatt
5. Übungsblatt
6. Übungsblatt
7. Übungsblatt
8. Übungsblatt
9. Übungsblatt
10. Übungsblatt, Ergänzung zum Hinweis
11. Übungsblatt
12. Übungsblatt
Skript (MaMe2)

Winter Term 2016/2017
Lecture: Theoretical Physics 1  Classical Mechanics 1
Modul 12PHYBIPTP1
Electronic university calender
Calender of the department
Lecture:
Wednesday, 13:30  15:00, Linnéstr. 5, KlHS
Thursday, 9:15  10:45, Linnéstr. 5, ThHS
Exercise classes:
Monday, 11:00  12:30, Linnéstr. 5, R 532
Friday, 9:15  10:45, Linnéstr. 5, R 532
News:
Preliminary results of retake exam (available in the electronic system at a later date) here
Time change: The second exam is sheduled on March 30th, 1415:30, Theoretischer Hörsaal.
Note: The final grades are entered in the electronic system to fix who is allowed for the reexam on March 30th, 1415:30, Theoretischer Hörsaal.
All students that were in the module, and failed in the first exam are automatically registered to the second exam. Important: If you do not want to participate in the second exam, but want to do it later, you need to deregister via AlmaWeb.
Preliminary results of exam (available in the electronic system at a later date) here
The tasks of the exam will be discussed in a exercise class currently sheduled for March 2nd, 10:30, Kleiner Hörsaal, Linnéstr. 5
A reexam should be sheduled the week before the next semester starts, location and date will be announced here.
Admittance to the exam: Please find information about the addmittance to the exam here
A transcript of the example exercises discussed in the exercise classes can be downloaded here
Exam:
Information exam
Thursday, 9. Feb. 2017, 10:00  11:30, Th HS
The exam will consist in individual problems on the topics covered in the lecture. For the exam, the use of literature or personal notes are not allowed.
A scientific calculator (non programable) can be used.
The first lecture is sheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 12th 2016, exercise classes begin in the second week, e.g. starting from Oct. 17th 2016.
Tutorial Florian Engert
Tuesday, 13:30 room R 225
Topics:
mathematical background: vector calculus, linear algebra, vector analysis, coordinate systems and rotations, multiple integrals, ordinary differential equations
Newtons laws of motion
inertial frames, Galilei transformation
conservation laws (work and energy, conservation of momentum, center of mass, rotations, conservation of angular momentum)
rotation of a rigid body around a fixed axis
two particle problem in a radial potential
vibrations
constraints and D'Alembert principle (Lagrange mechanics)
preconditions:
Bachelor of Science International Physics Studies Program: none
Literature:
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 1, Classical Mechanics, Springer 2016
Wolfgang Nolting, Theoretical Physics 2, Analytical Mechanics, Springer 2016
J. M. Knudsen and P. G. Hjorth, Elements of Newtonian Mechanics, Springer, 2000
D. Kleppner and R.J. Kolenkov: An Introduction to Mechanics, Cambridge University Press 2010
J. Honerkamp, H. Römer: Theoretical Physics: A Classical Approach, Springer, 1993
Walter Greiner, Classical mechanics: point particles and relativity, Springer, 2004
Walter Greiner, systems of particles and Hamiltonian dynamics, Springer, 2010
L. D. Landau and E. M. Lifshitz, Mechanics, ButterworthHeinemann, 2006
Exercise sheets:
(will be available for download here)
Sheet 0
Sheet 1
Sheet 2
Sheet 3
Sheet 4
Sheet 5
Sheet 6
Sheet 7
Sheet 8
Sheet 9
Sheet 10
Sheet 11
Sheet 12

Earlier Semester (Universität Frankfurt)
