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8.13 Syllabus and Policies
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Lab Notebook Guidelines

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Physical Review Home
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Computing
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Geant 4
Integrals.com

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CRC Handbook
NIST Physics Data
Table of the Isotopes
National Nuclear Data Center
WebElements Periodic Table
List of Nobel Prizes
HyperPhysics Web Site
Overview of Particle Physics
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Junior Lab

Welcome to MIT Junior Lab! Junior Lab is a two semester sequence in experimental physics offered by the MIT Department of Physics, usually taken by third-year physics majors (hence the name). The course focuses on the professional and personal development of the student as a scientist through the medium of experimental physics. These web pages are intended to help serve several groups:

  • Current Junior Lab students
  • MIT students thinking of taking Junior Lab
  • Educators and students at other institutions

Important links for current Junior Lab students:

(Click on name for contact info, or see full listings on Stellar "Staff List".)
Section Instructors
  Prof. Gunther Roland
MW 9-12
  Dr. Alan Levine
MW 2-5
  Prof. Nergis Mavalvala
TR 9-12
  Prof. Christoph Paus
TR 2-5
     
Graduate Teaching Assistants    
     
Undergraduate Teaching Assistants    
     
Technical Staff    
  Charles Bosse   4-361
  Andrew Birkel   4-361
  Sean P. Robinson  
4-362
     
Communication Instructors    
       
Library and Reference Resources    
  Mr. Tran Physics Reading Room 4-332
  Christine Sherratt Physics Librarian (interim), MIT Libraries 14S-134

site maintained by the Junior Lab Staff