Fysica 3de jaar
Geïntegreerde leerstofmodule Moderne Fysica 3-1
Renaat Frans, Laura Tamassia
Quantum Spin-Off is funded by the European Union under the LLP Comenius programme
(540059-LLP-1-2013-1-BE-COMENIUS-CMP). Renaat Frans, Hans Bekaert, Laura Tamassia Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org
The Quantum Spin-Off project deals with the area of nanosciences.
The aim of each learning station is to give students (and their teachers) a first view into the concepts of modern quantum physics on an inquiry manner. Also the connection and growing societal relevance to numerous (nano)applications is shown.
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You have to refer to this work as follows:
Frans R., Tamassia L. (2014) Quantum SpinOff Learning Stations. Centre for Subject Matter Teaching, KHLim Katholieke Hogeschool Limburg, Diepenbeek, Belgium
Following learning materials can be used in addition to the learning stations:
Following movies can be interesting to use in the classroom:
Science movie: Nanoyou - An introduction to the strange new world of Nanoscience, narrated by Stephen Fry. (Source: http://nanoyou.eu/)
Visit the cleanroom of Imec: http://vimeo.com/80567552 (Source: IMEC)
The hunt for Higgs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4-wVzjnQRI (Source: BBC)
song: particle of light (Source: Carice van Houten)
Following simulations are a selection of the result of the PhET™ project at the University of Colorado with topics related to quantum physics and its technological applications.