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  • Lunchtime news and views "Tematräffar" with News and Views 2019-09-25 Every second week all students at Fysikum are invited to "tematräffar" (usually on Tuesdays at 15.15). Interesting seminars about physics, talks given by former physics students or important information about study evironment, degree projects etc are combined with "News and views", where highlighted physics research projects at the cutting edge of research are discussed.
  • Course in Machine Learning Course in Machine Learning for Physicists and Astronomers 2019-09-13 What is machine learning? How can we use it for physics or astronomy research? When to use what technique? Can machines fail to learn? The course introduces modern techniques of machine learning to an audience of physicists and astronomers, 7.5 credits (FK7068), which will be given at Fysikum during the second half of the fall of 2019.
  • Meet former Medical Physics student Apostolos Raptis 2019-08-20 Apostolos Raptis began his studies at the Department of Physics, Stockholm University, in the autumn 2015, as a master student from Greece. He enrolled in the 3rd year of the Medical Physics program and graduated in June 2018. Since December 2018 Apostolos works at the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm.
  • Kurn i Strömningsmekanik Course in Fluid Mechanics 2019-05-15 What does a tsunami have in common with usual surface waves? How does an airplane wing work? Why does the wind usually work against you when riding a bike (even when the wind is from the side)? Are microbes good swimmers? These questions that span a huge range of length and time will be answered in the course Fluid Mechanics, 7.5 credits (MO5001), which will be given in collaboration between MISU and Fysikum during the fall of 2019.
  • Foto Niklas Björling New course: Introduction to research studies at Fysikum 2018-10-17 The new course for PhD students ”Introduction to research studies at Fysikum”, FK40005, is now beginning to take shape. It will cover ethics in research, academic writing, history and philosophy of science and stress management and project planning.
  • Stockholm is safe Is Stockholm safe to live in? 2016-12-09 Stockholm is the safest city in Europe and the fourth safest capital in the world. This is according to the The safe Cities Index 2015 report published by The Economist in 2016.

Contacts

Student Office

Gorica Nikolic

Gorica Nikolic
Head of Student Office

Room: in corridor B4.

Opening hours:
usually Mon-Fri 10.00-11.30, 13.00-15.00
Tel: 08 5537 8650
Fax: 08 5537 8464
E-mail: studentexp@fysik.su.se

Academic Advisors

Monica Olofsson

Monica Olofsson

Room in corridor B4 next to the student office.
Phone hours (during term):
Monday 10.00-10.30, Wednesday 11.30-12.00
Office hours (during term):
Monday 10.30-12.00, Wednesday 12.00-13.30
We try to answer the phone also during office hours, but visitors have priority.
Tel: 08 5537 8652
E-mail: studievagledare@fysik.su.se