Fakultät für Physik




LabView and Femlab for (Bio)Physicists – Overview

  • Overview

Programming in LabView and Simulating in Comsol/Femlab for (Bio)Physicists. We offer a hands-on course on programming in biophysical (and other) experiment setups with Labview. The second half will introduce to the intricacies of finite element calculations of partial differential equations using Femlab.

Time and Location

Friday 12.30 - 14.00, Kleiner Physikhörsaal (N020)

Course is a "Schlüsselqualifikation" without mark or test, but can be also treated in special cases as Seminar. Value: 3CP. Lecture within the Biophysics Program of the Physics Master

-------- Please bring your own Notebook! ---------

18.10. Introduction.
Installation of Labview, Useful Preferences, Image_Example_with_Image

25.10. AutoIndexing, For-Loops, Buttons, Array Operators, Stack example (Example Code)

1.11. Feiertag

 8.11. Saving Controls, SubVIs, Calling Fileindexes (Example Code)

15.11. Saving Clusters, Format into String, Saving VIs, Hierarchy Browser, Fitting Introduction (Example Codes)

22.11. Introduction to Igor (Example File)

29.11. Questions, Rocket Game (Rocket Game with Installer)

6.12. Picking from Array, 2D fit, Error calculation, ODE with Cash-Karp (Codes and Error Calculation)

13.12. Stripping down complex code, Complex ODE with Labview, Starting Femlab

20.12. Solving ODEs with Matlab: fast course to use the matrix programming language of numerics

10.1. Femlab, first steps: Wind channel, Stokes Drag of a sphere, Thermal conductivity

17.1. Labview-Hardware: Analog input, output, Digital input, output, Shift Registers (will not be here)

24.1. Coupling Navier Stokes and Diffusion, Convection and Thermophoresis Time Dependent,
         Acoustics of a Room, Conducting Copper

31.1. Quantum Mechanics, Hydrogen Atom, House insulation

7.2. Oral Exam for Candidates needing a mark

Verantwortlich für den Inhalt: Dieter Braun