The Physics Laboratory is a space of academic support for the School of Architecture, Engineering and Design.
The Physics Laboratory is a space of academic support for the School of Architecture, Engineering and Design. It provides services to bachelor’s and master’s students for the execution and verification of experiments related to experimental physics. These experiments require the support of the lab’s specific work stations.
The Physics Laboratory facilitates students’ understanding of both the theoretical and applied aspects of science. It has three main objectives: to illustrate the content of theoretical classes, to teach students experimental techniques, and to promote scientific mindsets.
Several fields of application emerge here, each with a different set of experiences:
Oscillations and waves
Labs provide a unique opportunity for students to:
Subjects to which it applies:
The laboratory is a space that consists of four work tables spread across the central area.
The lab has an 84-inch smart TV/digital whiteboard.
The Physics Laboratory is located in classroom C-308 on the third floor of Building C (Villaviciosa de Odón Campus).
The laboratory is a space that consists of four work tables spread across the central area. Each one of them has a monitor/computer for students to use to visualise the projects carried out individually at each work table. In addition, the lab has an 84-inch smart TV/digital whiteboard, which is connected to the computers at each of the four stations described above.
At each work table, the material is distributed in 11 cabinets by theme and project.
The laboratory has an extensive inventory available to students to facilitate the rigorous collection and analysis of experimental data. It’s worth highlighting the lab’s electronic equipment (voltage sources, multimeters, capacitors, etc.) related to the study of electromagnetism, as well as inclined planes and oscillating systems (oscilloscopes, tuning forks, vertical springs, non-harmonic oscillators) for the study of Newtonian mechanics and the phenomena of oscillations and waves.
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