Handbook and Adviser of Studies
The Physics Undergraduate Handbook 2021-2022 should be read in conjunction with StrathLife. There you will find information about Registration, Support Services, studying at Strathclyde and living in Glasgow.
The Regulations given in the Handbook were correct at the time of publishing, but you can also view up-to-date regulations.
MSc students should read the Physics Postgraduate Taught Handbook 2021-2022.
All students should also familiarise themselves with two important pages on Myplace where up-to-date information can be found. The first is the Physics Personal Development page, which gives advice and links to a wide range of University and Departmental information. The second is the Physics Covid-19 Info page. This contains the latest updates on changes that have had to be made due to the ongoing Covid pandemic. So, please start having a look at these pages and familiarise yourself with them as you will be referring to them throughout your time at Strathclyde Physics.
Programme Advisers for 1st year:
Physics: Dr Aidan Arnold email@example.com
Mathematics and Physics: Dr P Davidson, Mathematics and Statistics
Programme Advisers for 2nd year:
Physics: Prof Gian-Luca Oppo firstname.lastname@example.org
Mathematics and Physics: Dr E Dombi, Mathematics and Statistics
Programme Advisers for 3rd year:
Physics: Dr Benjamin Hourahine email@example.com
Mathematics and Physics: Dr G McKay, Mathematics and Statistics
Programme Advisers for 4th year:
Physics: Dr Carol Trager-Cowan firstname.lastname@example.org
Mathematics and Physics: Dr D Young, Mathematics and Statistics
Programme Advisers for 5th year:
Prof Bernhard Hidding email@example.com
Programme Advisers for PGT:
Prof Thorsten Ackemann and Dr Olaf Rolinski firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any issues or you cannot contact your Adviser of Studies, then please contact the Director of Teaching, Prof John Jeffers, email@example.com