Completed commitments of all three years.
BSc work is written in a form of a scientific paper and has the following parts: Introduction - description of the lab and working problematic, description of individual work and apparatus, synopsis of measured results, discussion, conclusions. The size of BSc work is up to 30 pages with enclosures.
Objectives: The student prepares a written report about practical work in the working organization and makes a public presentation at the end of the study.
Understanding of involved measurement processes
Estimation of measurement uncertainties and reliability of measurements
Ability of preparation of a written report
Knowledge and understanding:
Cognition about pretentiousness of measurements, feeling about measurement errors.
Interactive work with a mentor in the working organization and with the mentor at the faculty.
Separate grades are given for the written work and for the oral presentation including answers to the questions.
grading: 5 (fail), 6-10 (pass) (according to the Statute of UL)
 Ž. Šmit, G. Lapicki, Energy loss in the ECPSSR theory and its calculation with exact integration limits. Journal of physics. B, Atomic, molecular and optical physics 47 (2014) 055203-1- 055203-7.
 Ž. Šmit, H. Fajfar, M. Jeršek, T. Knifix, J. Lux, Analysis of garnets from the archaeological sites in Slovenia. Nuclear instruments & methods in physics research. Section B, Beam interactions with materials and atoms 328 (2014) 89-94.
 Ž. Šmit, T, Milavec, H. Fajfar, Th. Rehren, W. Lankton, B. Gratuze, Analysis of glass from the post-Roman settlement Tonovcov grad (Slovenia) by PIXE-PIGE and LA-ICP-MS. Nuclear instruments & methods in physics research. Section B, Beam interactions with materials and atoms, 311 (2013) 53-59.