PHYS 323 Methods of Experimental Physics
Standard tools and techniques used in experimental physics are introduced while conducting an in-depth investigation of a non-linear system. Technical topics include: identifying and characterizing chaotic systems, data acquisition and instrument control using LabVIEW, signal conditioning, data and error analysis, and experimental design. Lecture, discussion and laboratory. 
Prerequisites: A minimum grade of C- in either PHYS 225 or 226, and in either ENGR 240 or 350, and in MATH 200. 

4 Credits

This course was developed with the support of NSF Award 0126849.