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The results of this project are lecture-implemented multimedia modules covering all areas of theoretical physics.

The eLearning modules are currently under revision. This is sponsored and supported by the German-Russian Interdisciplinary Science Center (G-RISC).


| Mathematical Methods | Mechanics | Quantum Mechanics |
| Electrodynamics | Statistical Physics |
| Special Realtivity | Nonlinear Dynamics |

Project director: Prof. Dr. Eckehard Schöll, PhD & Dr. Philipp Hövel

Purpose: Visualisations of Theoretical Physics

Our aim is to develop and improve an innovative concept of visualizations and to provide support for all lecture courses in theoretical physics. Multimedia modules (visuals, computer animation and simulations) are developed and integrated into the lectures with the purpose of improving the students' understanding and achieve a better performance within the theoretical physics.


"Mathematical Methods"

  • Vector fields


  • Euler-angles

"Quantum Mechanics"

  • Wave packet dispersion
  • Probability current in the one-dimensional potential well
  • Two-level system
  • Elektron-phonon interaction


  • Static E-fields in 2D
  • Magnetic fields in 3D
  • Electromagnetic wave propagation
  • Waves in conductors and dielectric media

"Statistical Physics"

  • Carnot-cycle
  • Information on various distributions
  • Cumulants

"Special Relativity"

  • Lorentz transformation of the electromagnetic field tensor


"Nonlinear Dynamics"

  • FitzHugh-Nagumo model
  • SNIPER Model



Creative Commons License

Unless stated otherwise, visualisations of theoretical physics are licensed under the Creative Commons License 3.0 for Germany (non-commercial, share alike).

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