Antti Haarto, Jaakko Lamminpää
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Almost any Physics book for Engineers.
Teacher-led classroom activities, problem based, independent studies, team work
Supervised exercises (2 pieces) are evaluated on a scale (0 when the exercise is not done at all, 0.5 when only the measurements have been made and 1-2 when the report has also been approved).
Making and reporting of other exercises (10 pieces) are evaluated on a scale of 0-5 (0 when the exercise is not done at all).
There are 12 laboratory exercises and 2 of these are evaluated on a scale of 0-2 and 10 of these on a scale of 0-5, so maximum points are 54 (2 x 2 + 10 x 5 points) from laboratory exercises.
Maximum points are 26 from the final exam.
So total maximum is 80 points.
20.09.2021 - 03.12.2021
01.06.2021 - 05.09.2021
20 - 40
Engineering and Business
Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
Final exam at Wednesday 1. December.
The re-exam could be done within the exam of next course.
Other complementary work to the course must be agreed with the teacher.
During the course, you will learn the basic skills of measuring physics and analyzing the results, which are the basis of the engineering work. Tasks include sectoral application examples. The course uses international physics notation and terminology, which enables students to understand international engineering literature, standards, etc. Students are encouraged to work in teamwork. The course uses a digital learning environment.
Partification in classroom activities: 30 h.
Independent study, preparing to the exercise, reporting and preparing to the final exam: 100 h.
• 9/2021: Safety and laboratory rules
• 9/2021 - 11/2021: Laboratory exercises (12 piece)
• 11/2021: Shift for undone exercise
• 12/2021: Final exam
Total points less than 32.
Total points at least 32 and less than 50.
Total points at least 50 and less than 68.
Total points at least 68.