Physics II


ME1020:Medical Engineering Science
Molecular Life Science

Place and time:

This lecture as well as Physics I rotate amongst the institutes of physics, biomedical optics, and medical engineering

see Univis


  • Electric charge, Coulomb force, electric field, electric potential, capacity
  • Stationary electric current, resistor, Kirchhoff’s laws
  • Magnetic field, magnetic dipole, electric current and magnetic field
  • Electromagnetic induction, resonant circuit
  • Nonstationary electric and magnetic fields, displacement current, Maxwell’s equations
  • Refraction, reflexion
  • Geometrical optics, image generation, lenses, aberrations, optical instruments
  • Interference, diffraction, resolution power
  • Polarization, birefringence, Brewster’s angle
  • Relativity theory
  • Bohr’s atomic model, spectral lines, quantum mechanical atomic model
  • Molecules and solids

General information:

Credit points: 8 (ME1020-KP08), 6 (ME1020-KP06)
Language: offered only in German
Grading through: written exam

Further information:

See Moodle for teaching materials and any further information.