Teaching

New and old

Ulrich F. Keyser

PhD-Master-First year reports-... and other long dissertations from the group

Click here (only accessible via Raven log-in). For external users (not from Cambridge) please send an email to Ulrich Keyser (ufk20.at.cam.ac.uk) for PDF versions.

Academic year 2016/2017

Lent 2017: Bionanotechnology (NanoDTC graduate lecture)

The central course page can be found on Moodle page. (Raven required)

Academic year 2015/2016

Lent 2016: Bionanotechnology (NanoDTC graduate lecture)

The central course page can be found on Moodle page.

Academic year 2014/2015

Michaelmas 2014: Soft Matter and Biological Physics (Ray Goldstein and Ulrich Keyser)

The central course page can be found on Ray's teaching page page at DAMTP.

Academic year 2013/2014

Michaelmas 2013: Soft Matter and Biological Physics (Ray Goldstein and Ulrich Keyser)

The central course page can be found on Ray's teaching page (still 2012/13 version) page at DAMTP.

Lent 2014: Graduate Lecture: Making nice graphs, Version 0.2...

Slides can be found here (only accessible via Raven log-in).

Academic year 2012/2013

Lent 2013: Graduate Lecture: Making nice graphs, Version 0.1 ...

Slides can be found here (only accessible via Raven log-in).

Michaelmas 2012: Soft Matter and Biological Physics (Ray Goldstein and Ulrich Keyser)

Download of first lecture here (only accessible via Raven log-in).

The central course page can be found on Ray's teaching page page at DAMTP.

Academic year 2011/2012

Lent 2012: Graduate Lecture

Slides can be found here (only accessible via Raven log-in).

Michaelmas 2011: Soft Matter and Biological Physics (Ray Goldstein and Ulrich Keyser)

Slides and Problem sets for this course can be found here (only accessible via Raven log-in).

and here on Ray's teaching page at DAMTP.

Academic year 2010/2011

Lent 2011: Graduate Lecture, Axopatch Lecture

Slides can be found here (only accessible via Raven log-in).

Michaelmas 2010: Part III Soft Matter and Biological Physics

Slides and Problem sets for this course can be found here (only accessible via Raven log-in).