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Here you can find our offer of internships. At the bottom of the page you will find a registration form, which you can use to register directly for one of the dates!

LABORATORY INTERNSHIP RADIATION PROTECTION

auch ehemals „Fortgeschrittenen Praktikum II“ für Bachelor Physik und Meteorologie, Lehramt Physik und Master Nanotechnologie  

Description

The "Laborpraktikum Strahlenschutz" is a course within the physical elective module "Modern Aspects of Physics" in the course of studies: "Bachelor of Physics", the focus module "Selected Topics of Modern Physics" in the course of studies: "Master of Physics" and the compulsory elective module "Radiation Protection" in the teacher training courses of studies: Physics: Interdisciplinary Bachelor (first subject), Master of Teacher Education Gymnasium (second subject), Master of Teacher Education Gymnasium (third subject), Master of Teacher Education Vocational Schools.

Participation in the corresponding lecture is a prerequisite for participation in the internship. This includes experiments in the fields of rod dosimeter and local dose rate meter, Geiger-Müller counter tube, proportional counter tube, contamination monitor and neutron sources (not for teacher candidates) or naturally occurring radioactive substances (only for teacher candidates). The internship is carried out as a block internship in groups of maximum 8 persons. Usually it takes place in two consecutive weeks with three afternoon sessions each. For student teachers, it should be noted that all experiments carried out during the internship are basically suitable as student experiments.

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  • Registration for the Laboratory Internship Radiation Protection

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INTERNSHIP RADIOANALYTICS

Also formerly "radiochemical internship" or "radiochemistry internship" for Master Analytics

Description

The "Practical Course Radioanalytics" is a course within the compulsory module "Radiochemical Analysis, Radioecology and Fundamentals of Radiation Protection" in the Master's Programme Analytics.

Participation in the corresponding lecture is a prerequisite for participation in the internship. This is carried out as a block internship of several weeks at least once a year. It comprises six internship experiments on the topics of measurement technology, alpha spectrometry, beta spectrometry, gamma spectrometry, radiochemical separation and contamination of surfaces.

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  • Contact
    Dr. Stefan Bister
    Research Staff
    Dr. Stefan Bister
    Research Staff
  • Registration

    Registration for the internship is via Stud.IP.

  • Internship script

    You will receive a printed version during the internship.

PRACTICAL EXPERIMENT TIME-RESOLVED LASER FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY

formerly "Radioactivity and Dosimetry", "Radioactivity in School Experiments" or "Advanced Internship I". for Bachelor and Master Physics, as well as Teaching Physics

Description

The practical course "Time-Resolved Laser Fluorescence Spectroscopy" is an experiment within the framework of the course "Laborpraktikum Atom- und Molekülphysik", which is part of the advanced module "Atom- und Molekülphysik" in the course of studies: "Bachelor of Physics", the scientific-technical optional module "Atom- und Molekülphysik" in the course of studies: "Bachelor Meteorology", the elective module "Atomic and Molecular Physics" in the teacher training courses Physics: Interdisciplinary Bachelor (first subject), Master Teacher Training Grammar School (second subject), Master Teacher Training Grammar School (third subject) and Master Teacher Training Vocational Schools, the elective module "Atomic and Molecular Physics" in the elective competence field 3: Laser Technology / Photonics in the Master's course Nanotechnology.

Within the scope of the practical course, different fluorescence-emitting metal ions will be investigated by time-resolved laser fluorescence spectroscopy (TRLFS). The lanthanide ions europium(III) and gadolinium(III) (Eu3+ and Gd3+) and the actinide ion UO2+ will be investigated. The experiments to be carried out will provide insights into the chemical environment of the ions, investigate the fluorescence quenching properties of some substances and determine the temperature of a sample via the intensity ratios of emission bands. The practical test will be carried out in groups of two persons. As a rule, it takes place on nine half days within three weeks in the winter semester.

The trial is not an independent event. Registration and organization will take place within the framework of the course "Laborpraktikum Atom- und Molekülphysik", which is supervised by the Institute of Quantum Optics.

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