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Undergraduate Physics @ Technion

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Ideas in Physics have always been drivers of conceptual and technological revolutions. This is the guiding principle of education in the Physics Department at the Technion, which aims students toward understanding the laws of nature, while teaching creative thinking and innovation.

As part of their education, students are exposed to cutting edge scientific research in a wide variety of fields. Even before they graduate, students tackle unsolved scientific problems. Indeed, graduates become leaders of research and development in the high-tech industry along with academic faculty in Israel and abroad.

In addition, physics undergraduates may expand their academic program to include an extra degree in subjects such as Electrical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science, as well as in other disciplines. These programs combine scientific thinking with technological knowledge. see academic tracks.

For further information contact the Physics Department Students Administration Office:

The Physics Department Students Office provides general information for prospective students. Registration, classification exams, and admission are done at the Undergraduate student registration and admission offices of the Technion undergraduate studies department, at the Ullman building.

Mrs Eti MamanEti Maman

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Lidow Complex (375)

972-4-829-5585 (replace 972 by 0 if calling locally)

Eti is the planner of semester schedule. She will set a meeting with your representatives, in order to take in consideration your requests and constraints. Irit coordinates with her colleagues at other departments, so that you will not have a collision in schedule of courses. The classroom of each course lecture is detemined at her office, as well as the date and place of exams.

Mrs irit LazaroviciIrit Lazarovici

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Lidow Complex (405B).

972-4-829-3533/3996 (replace 972 by 0 if calling locally)

Office Hours: Sunday-Wednesday 09:00-12:00

Irit will assist you in any personal matter related to study and more: Grades printout, request of study vacation, set a meeting with the associate dean, request for exemption / reduction because of army service / illness, etc.

Exams, Homeworks Handout, Prints

Get your homework back after being checked by the lecturer assistant.

order an exam copy.

Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies

Bergman OrenProf. Oren Bergman

Lidow Complex (711)

972-4-829-3546 (replace 972 by 0 if calling locally)

Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday, 13:30-14:30, Room 711.

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Classification Tests + Exemptions

Prof. Noam SokerProf. Noam Soker

Lidow Complex (602)

972-4-829-3858 (replace 972 by 0 if calling locally)

054-5925995

Office Hours:

Sunday 11:00-12:00, 14:00-15:00;
Monday 11:00-12:00, 16:30-17:30;
Tuesday 14:00-15:00;
Wednesday 13:45-14:45.

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