Lecturer: Paul Griffin, Jonathan Prichard
Hours Equivalent Credit: 20
Assessment: Continuous Assessment
The course will provide graduate-level training focused on providing the core knowledge needed for early career researchers and is designed to complement material covered in other courses such as SUPASTA. There is an emphasis on self-teaching, with the guidance of having clearly identified relevant reference materials to use as a starting point, and on learning basic coding skills for practical computing in the lab. The course will cover Atomic Structure, Atoms in Magnetic Field, Atom-Light Interactions, Interactions in Hot Atomic Media, Optical Dipole Trapping, Laser Cooling, Atomic Metrology, Data Analysis, and Experimental Electronics.
The code for this course SUPAEAQ was sometimes listed as SUPAEAQU