Homework and Reading Assignments

  • Where to turn in your work? Homework for error analysis, answers to pre-lab questions, and lab reports should all be turned in to one of the boxes in the brown homework cabinet in Duane G2B66 (NOT in the Helproom area) according to your lab session number. 
  • When are they due? Homework for error analysis is due by 5 pm on Tuesday. Answers to your pre-lab questions are due before your first lab session before the lab starts (you are not allowed to work on pre-lab questions during the lab session). Lab reports are due by 4 pm, 7 working days after the day of the experiment. For error analysis homework and pre-lab questions, no late homework is accepted. For the lab reports, significant panalty is imposed for late work. You need to talk to your TA, if you have certain special circumstances that cause the delay. Check Syllabus for more policy issues on homework, lab reports, and pre-lab questions.
  • Homework solutions will be posted on this website. 
  • You might look here for some general strategies to solve physics homework problems.

TA Contact Information

Names

Sessions

Email address

Markus Raschke

302

markus.raschke(at)colorado.edu

Michael Schefferstein

318 & 323 &324

Michael.Schefferstein(at)gmail.com

Liang Xu

303 & 304

liang.xu(at)colorado.edu

Xiaohang Zhang

301 & 308

Xiaohang.Zhang(at)colorado.edu

Ye Yuan

305 & 306

Ye.Yuan-1(at)colorado.edu

Sean Ryan

309 & 307

Sean.Ryan(at)colorado.edu

Ye Tian

Dmitry Zusin

Andrew Gisler

David Reens

Mike Varney

Jixia Dai

317 & 315

314 & 320

310 & 311

316 & 319

312 & 313

321 & 322

ye.tian(at)colorado.edu

Dmitry.Zusin(at)colorado.edu

andrew.gisler(at)colorado.edu

dave.reens(at)colorado.edu

michael.varney(at)colorado.edu

daij@colorado.edu