Guaranteeing the future expertise in the instrumentation via research-based education is important in the Laboratory. The Laboratory hosts a Laboratory Course of Instrumentation for the Masters Programme for Particle Physics and Astrophysical Sciences (PARAS). The laboratory personnel also supervise doctoral, master and bachelor students in their thesis works. Here, the Laboratory works closely with the Doctoral Programme in Particle Physics and Universe Sciences (PAPU).

Courses

PAP328 Laboratory course on instrumentation – autumn 2021

PAP338 Gaseous radiation detectors and scintillators – autumn 2021

PAP339 Semiconductor radiation detectors – spring 2022

PAP340 Physics of semiconductor devices – spring 2023

Theses hosted by the laboratory

Doctoral theses

Master’s theses