In the Laboratory
8.13 Syllabus and Policies
8.14 Syllabus and Policies
Lab Safety Guidelines
Lab Ethics Guidelines
Lab Notebook Guidelines
Other EHS Documents

Reports and Presentations
Reports and Presentations
Oral Report Evaluation Form
Physical Review Home
APS Guidelines for Speakers

Computing Environment
Numerical Recipes in C
Geant 4

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
Particle Data Group

Advanced Laboratory Physics Association
Society of Physics Students
American Physical Society
American Institute of Physics

MIT Links
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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.

This website was formerlly the central coordination site for Junior Lab's sprawling infrastructure of digital resources, but this function is now being consolidated onto our MIT Canvas LMS site on a semester-by-semester basis. This site will be partially maintained in its current state while it is translated to a resource for the staff of education physicsists who operate the Junior Lab program within the MIT Physics Education Group and for the professional community of advanced physics laboratory instructors across the world.

(Click on name for contact info, or see full listings on Canvas "Staff List".)
Technical Staff
  Dr. Sean P. Robinson  
  David Cusick   4-361
  Aaron Pilarcik   4-361
Communication Instructors
  Atissa Banuazizi  
Library and Reference Resources
  Barbara Williams Physics Librarian, MIT Libraries 10-500

site maintained by the Junior Lab Staff