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Image:dr_murtaza_fei.jpg| Senior Research Scientist, Dr. Murtaza Saleem and Assistant Professor Dr. Salman Noshear Arshad from Chemistry department, attended the FEI NovaNanoSEM course at the FEI NanoPort in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. [http://lums.edu.pk/news-details.php/dr-salman-noshear-arshad-dr-murtaza-saleem-visit-fei-nanoport-3748 Click here to read more]
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Image:dr_murtaza_fei.jpg| Senior Research Scientist, [http://lums.edu.pk/sbasse/physics/member-details.php/murtaza.saleem Dr. Murtaza Saleem] and Assistant Professor Dr. Salman Noshear Arshad from Chemistry department, attended the FEI NovaNanoSEM course at the FEI NanoPort in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. [http://lums.edu.pk/news-details.php/dr-salman-noshear-arshad-dr-murtaza-saleem-visit-fei-nanoport-3748 Click here to read more]
Image:Mutual_induction_1.jpg| This new [https://physlab.lums.edu.pk/index.php/Classroom_Demonstrations classroom demonstration] exhibits the concept of mutual inductance. Using simple laboratory equipment, an amplified current through a homemade solenoid is picked by another piece of wire wound around it and then compared on an oscilloscope. [https://physlab.lums.edu.pk/index.php?title=Mutual_induction Click here to read more]
Image:Mutual_induction_1.jpg| This new [https://physlab.lums.edu.pk/index.php/Classroom_Demonstrations classroom demonstration] exhibits the concept of mutual inductance. Using simple laboratory equipment, an amplified current through a homemade solenoid is picked by another piece of wire wound around it and then compared on an oscilloscope. [https://physlab.lums.edu.pk/index.php?title=Mutual_induction Click here to read more]

Revision as of 04:33, 22 December 2015

The following are the goals of the SSE Physics Lab:

1. Preparing an institutional and national platform for student-driven experimental research in physics.
2. Indigenous development of experiments for the laboratory and demonstrations for the classroom environment.
3. Training SSE students in world class experimental physics through required and optional lab courses.
4. Sharing expertise, resources and training in physics education with sister institutions and organizations in the country and the region.

Round-up: A round-up of Physlab's activities over the past five years. Written by Sabieh Anwar (January 2015).

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