Head of the Basic Physics Laboratory (BPL)
Dr Iwona IwaszkiewiczKostka
Structure of the Basic Physics Laboratory

Classical Physics Laboratory

Experiments in Quantum Physics

Filami – Microcomputers in Physics Laboratory

Laboratory for Teaching of Physics

Preliminary Laboratory

Introduction to the laboratory

Academic classes – cooperation with schools

Schedule for I semester 201892020
Notes on schedule for I semester 2019/2020

Division into groups
 In the first semester of the academic year students are divided into groups.
 In the summer semester the same division into groups is valid.
Lists of group division are available in the laboratory.
Basic Physics Laboratory is obligatory (pass) for students from the following directions.
Threeyear licentiate studies
Physics I year
Winter semester – Introduction to the laboratory, 30 h
Winter semester – Programming in LabView Environment, 15 h
Winter semester – Classical Mechanics (classical approach / Filami), 24 h
Summer semester – Electricity and Magnetism (classical approach / Filami), 30 h
Physics II year
Winter semester – Vibrations and Waves (classical approach / Filami), 30 h
Winter semester – Thermodynamics (classical approach), 30 h
Summer semester – Optics (classical approach), 30 h
Summer semester – Quantum Physics, 15 h
Molecular Biophysics I year
Winter semester – Introduction to the laboratory, 30 h
Winter semester – Physical Laboratory 1: Classical Mechanics (classical approach / Filami), 30 h
Molecular Biophysics II year
Winter semester – Physical Laboratory 2: Electricity and Magnetism (classical approach / Filami), 30 h
Summer semester – Physical Laboratory 3: Vibrations and Waves, Thermodynamics (classical approach), 30 h
Medical Physics I year
Winter semester – Introduction to the laboratory, 30 h
Winter semester – Classical Mechanics Laboratory (classical approach / Filami), 30 h
Winter semester – Electricity and Magnetism Laboratory (classical approach / Filami), 15 h
Dispensig Optics I year
Winter semester – Introduction to the laboratory, 15 h
Winter semester – Mechanics (classical approach), 12 h
Winter semester – Geometric Optics (classical approach), 12 h
Summer semester – Electricity and Magnetism (classical approach), 15 h
Summer semester – Physical Optics (classical approach), 15 h
Computer Technologies I year
Winter semester – Statistical Laboratory, 15 h
Winter semester – Mechanics (classical approach), 12 h
Summer semester – Electricity and Magnetism (Filami), 15 h
Astronomy II year
Summer semester – Mechanics, Vibrations and Waves, Optics, (classical approach) 45 h
Chemistry I year
Winter semester – Physics 30 h
Biology I year
Winter semester – Physics 15 h
Extramural Course in Dispensig Optics
Winter semester – Geometric Optics, (classical approach) 15 h
Summer semester – Physical Optics, (classical approach) 15 h
Students from faculties other than physics
Students from faculties other than physics are obliged to attend a preliminary lecture on the methods of statistical analysis of results of measurements, the elements of the contents of the lecture are repeated and explained at the first lab classes. Students from these faculties are obliged to perform from 8 to 4 experiments chosen to correspond to the subject of their studies. The number of experiments depends on the number of hours planned within particular syllabuses. The students get a pass in accordance to the rules of the Basic Physics Laboratory.