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Subject Language Webinar topic Date Details
Physics Decimetre waves and their propagation on the Lecher line 27.01.2022, 10:00 AM CETMore  
Physics Decimetre waves and their propagation on the Lecher line 27.01.2022, 07:00 PM CETMore  
Science Investigating climate change experimentally - interdisciplinary in the Science Lab 10.02.2022, 10:00 AM CETMore  
Science Investigating climate change experimentally - interdisciplinary in the Science Lab 10.02.2022, 07:00 PM CETMore  
PhysicsGas lasers and solid-state lasers for the students lab24.02.2022, 07:00 PM CETMore
Physics Gas lasers and solid-state lasers for the students lab 24.02.2022, 07:00 PM CETMore  

On-Demand-Webinars Overview (Recordings)

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Chemistry The Digital Way to do Chemistry Experiments

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Physics Diffraction on one- and two-dimensional gratings and on single slits

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Decimetre waves and their propagation on the Lecher line

Webinar content:

  Generation of decimetre waves (433 MHz)
  Propagation of the RF in free space
  Detection with incandescent lamp and measuring dipole
  Standing waves in front of a metal plate
  Setup of the Lecher line
  Standing waves on the Lecher line: Voltage and current, nodes and antinodes


Live-Webinar 
  27.01.2022, Thurs., 10:00 AM CET

Decimetre waves and their propagation on the Lecher line

Webinar content:

  Generation of decimetre waves (433 MHz)
  Propagation of the RF in free space
  Detection with incandescent lamp and measuring dipole
  Standing waves in front of a metal plate
  Setup of the Lecher line
  Standing waves on the Lecher line: Voltage and current, nodes and antinodes


Live-Webinar 
  27.01.2022, Thurs., 07:00 PM CET

Investigating climate change experimentally - interdisciplinary with Science Lab (student experiments)

  We show you a model experiment on global warming caused by carbon dioxide.
  We present to you how you can investigate the greenhouse effect.
  We demonstrate different experiments from our Science Lab that you can carry out, e.g. in project lessons on climate change.
  We give tips and tricks on how to use the digital and interactive Lab Docs experiment instructions.
  We show you how to measure and work with our Mobile-CASSY.


Live-Webinar 
  10.02.2022, 10:00 AM CEST

Investigating climate change experimentally - interdisciplinary with Science Lab (student experiments)

  We show you a model experiment on global warming caused by carbon dioxide.
  We present to you how you can investigate the greenhouse effect.
  We demonstrate different experiments from our Science Lab that you can carry out, e.g. in project lessons on climate change.
  We give tips and tricks on how to use the digital and interactive Lab Docs experiment instructions.
  We show you how to measure and work with our Mobile-CASSY.


Live-Webinar 
  10.02.2022, 07:00 PM CEST

Physics: Gas lasers and solid-state lasers for the students lab

Webinar topics:

  Setup and alignment of a HeNe laser
  Setup and alignment of a Nd:YAG laser
  Intra-cavity frequency doubling of Nd:YAG lasers
  Safety aspects


Live-Webinar 
  24.02.2022, 10:00 AM CEST

Physics: Gas lasers and solid-state lasers for the students lab

Webinar topics:

  Setup and alignment of a HeNe laser
  Setup and alignment of a Nd:YAG laser
  Intra-cavity frequency doubling of Nd:YAG lasers
  Safety aspects


Live-Webinar 
  24.02.2022, 07:00 PM CEST

On Demand Webinars

Bell and Generator – Hands-on for STEM education

Electricity is not just a fundamental part of physics and STEM education, but also in students’ everyday experiences. This webinar introduce topics from "Electromagnetism and Induction" to "Motors and Generators".

Based on the Science Lab Electricity/Electronics system we show the principle of a bell and how electric motors and generators work.
Both are fantastic subjects for hands-on experiments in STEM education.

Topics of this webinar:

  Set up a transformer with just few components

  Principle of a generator and observation of its measured characteristics

  Possibilities of the flexible and modular plug-in board for STEM experiments

  Education in STEM: fundamentals, principles and application

  Useful advices for safe, inspiring and sustainable experiments in electricity


OnDemand-Webinar 

Physics: Diffraction on one- and two-dimensional gratings and on single slits


Diffraction of visible light at the (double) slit is one of the key experiments to demonstrate the wave nature of light. In this webinar, we present the quantitative measurement of the diffraction pattern in a very clear way that students can understand. Mathematical evaluation is included.


OnDemand-Webinar 


The Digital Way to do Chemistry Experiments

Learning about and investigating natural radioactivity.

  Investigation of the influence of the sample properties

  Environmental radioactivity

  Screening of radiation


OnDemand-Webinar