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   Charged Particl Optics: Theory and Simulation
   Project coordinator: Prof. Theo Zouros,
    Dept. of Physics, University of Crete
   Copyright 2010

   This project has been funded with support
   from the European Commission

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CPOTS 2012 Rules

Attendance sheet

An attendance sheet will be maintained for all lectures and labs for all participants (teachers and students).

Teachers

  1. Minimum suggested stay at an Erasmus IP including travel both ways: 5 days (as certified by the attendance sheet)
  2. Minimum number of suggested lecturing + lab hours at an Erasmus IP: 5 hours(as certified by the attendance sheet).
  3. A minimum of two laboratory instructors will be available at every afternoon laboratory session.
  4. The instructor in charge of each unit will be responsible for:
    • The proper execution of the lectures as described in the work program.
    • The accreditation quiz at the end of the unit. Contributions to the quiz will be prepared by all lecturers of the unit.
    • The material (simulations, etc.) of the corresponding afternoon laboratory.
  5. Teacher advisors will be assigned to each project group to help out where needed
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Students

  1. A CPOTS2012 Certificate of Attendance will be given to students who are present at all lectures/labs within the 10 day work programme of the IP (as certified by the attendance sheet)
  2. 6 ECTS will be given to all students with the CPOTS2012 Certificate of Attendance that have passed the course. A final grade of 5.0 (out of 10) or greater will be required for passing.
  3. The course will have 4 exams one for each of the 4 Units of the IP, a comprehensive SIMION final exam and a team project presentation. Each Unit exam will be given at the end of each unit as indicated in the work program, while the project presentation and SIMION final will be on the last day of the IP
  4. The overall course grade will be determined as follows: 40% from the average of the 4 Unit exams, 25% from the SIMION final exam, 25% from the Project presentation grade and 10% from overall class participation.
  5. All student participants must take all the exams even if not interested in the 6 ECTS.

Last Update: 17/08/12 12:50:48