Aug 05, 2017
Challenging at first for someone with a non-traditional academic background, but thoroughly enjoyable and worth completing, if nothing but for the personal satisfaction of getting through it!
Apr 23, 2017
Very interesting course. Quite difficult to pass week 6 due to a question on w boson quark transformation. Couldnt find answers in sylabus. Maybe just me. Overall excellant course.
创建者 Orlando S F•
Aug 15, 2017
I would like to express my gratitude for the excellent and delightful course on Particle Physics the University of Geneva made available to the public. It was a very informative and enjoyable course, very well designed and delivered. I also would like to congratulate Professor Pohl, Mercedes and Anna for their outstanding presentations. You enhanced my desire to continue studying Particle Physics.
Thank you again, and I wish someday I have the privilege of visiting the University as well as the LHC, and hopefully get to meet you personally. That would be a wonderful thing.
I wish you all the best.
创建者 devnath k•
Sep 06, 2019
This course opened up the horizons of my mind about how the universe functions mathematically. Coming from a very conservative, orthodox Brahmin family ( a particular caste in Hinduism ) It's written in the scriptures that the universe is created from the Atma, the higher consciousness and then from the Atma came the five elements that support life. It's very difficult to understand or even believe it because science demands proofs and right now I have none. I know I have scratched the surface, just the surface but hopefully, someday we will know the origin of everything. Thank you!
创建者 Md. R M•
Jun 11, 2020
The course was so tough. There were so many equations and graphs and was too much hard for me to understand them. But overall it was a good experience knowing some key terms used in particle physics. Being able to understand the concept of cross-section, Feynman diagrams, knowing the names of subatomic particles, understanding some of their behaviors, their classifications, particle acceleration systems were much interesting. I think more mathematical explanation and explanation of the equations and terms used in those equations should be added.
创建者 Simon C•
Apr 14, 2017
The instructors are very knowledgeable and lectures contain a lot of valuable information. I'm enjoying the mixture of basics and detail, plus the field trips to LHC and a tokamac. There's a fair amount of work required, but I appreciate that. There's also plenty of activity in the discussion forums.
I notice that some students have complained about having to pay attention to the lectures. This course is possibly not a good choice for anyone who wants to be spoon fed.
创建者 Shreya J•
Apr 26, 2019
Thank you for the wonderful course. Particle Physics has always been my favorite branch of physics and this course helped me love it even more. As a first year undergraduate ,I will be taught modern physics only in my third year but I'm sure this will help in my future studies. Thank you once again for an amazing course. Also, I would like to thank Professor Martin and Professor Mercedes for being amazing mentors.
创建者 Le G J•
Aug 16, 2019
J'aurais aimé plus de références à la littérature (articles, livres ou autres MOOCs) afin de permettre l'approfondissement des sujets présentés, voire même simplement la meilleure compréhension de théories dont certaines équations sont utilisées dans le cours.
Le principe des interviews de spécialistes est excellent et pourrait être systématisé.
创建者 Jose A V H•
Oct 14, 2017
Practically everything I expected from an introductory course, plus more, I still have many papers mentioned in the modules to read, so I'll keep on going. It doesn't require advanced math skills, however, to fully understand some topics I recommend to have your calculus skills revisited if you're not in the field of theoretical/experimental physics.
创建者 Marcela K•
Sep 12, 2017
Thank you for this course, i am looking forward to future courses. I found it helpful that we were not drowned in difficult calculations. I also found it helpful that we were given hints of calculations. Just about the right mix for a hopeful beginner. Thanks again to all the team and good luck in your future discoveries
创建者 Kevin D N•
Mar 10, 2019
I thank you, for helping me and teaching me to recognize, define, correctly, solve concepts such as dark energy, dark matter, understand the principle of the universe and matter, as well as identify the different fundamental parts of matter and the forces and interactions between them.
创建者 Dr. T V R•
May 08, 2017
This course was one of the most difficult and information laden MOOC I have taken and I've taken many. The three professors do a great job of explaining difficult topic even if English is not their native language. I hope they make a next course (intermediate particle physics).
创建者 Srishti N•
Mar 08, 2018
The course has a very good content covering almost entire particle physics syllabus. The teachers also teach well but at some places i couldn't understand the pronunciation. Rest all the assignments, graded quizzes are an excellent way to test yourself.
创建者 Santiago G y G•
Apr 26, 2020
I loved this course. It was interesting, fascinating, fun and sometimes puzzling. I really want to gather more information about particle physics, and my favorite topic was electroweak interactions and neutrinos. Thank you so much for this course.
创建者 Reymundo F F•
Dec 08, 2019
the prfessors were so nice and the method for teach is very well. in general this course is great but in humble opinion i think you need to teach more show with examples how do those equations and no only show those equations on the blackboard.
创建者 Muhammad N M•
May 09, 2020
I really enjoyed every video along the way, and really thankful for all who contributed to create this magnificent course, which is obvious the amount of effort, time and dedication to make it wonderful like that.
Thank you all
创建者 p v k•
Apr 03, 2019
extremely difficult subject to explain and put across, but the professors have done remarkably well in making the course concise, effective and interesting.
Heartfelt thanks to the team at University of Geneva.
创建者 Cristian S•
Oct 14, 2019
Muy buen material, se ha de reforzar las presentaciones con material externo ya que algunas preguntas de los quizzes son bastante puntuales o especificas.
No estaría mal incluir mayor cantidad de ejercicios.
创建者 Shibaji M•
Oct 27, 2017
Excellent course for an advanced undergraduate level introduction to particle physics phenomenology. This course can be supplemented with a standard text to get a good understanding of particle physics.
创建者 Michael C•
Apr 12, 2020
It is an extremely informative and enjoyable way to pass my time during the quarantine. I highly recommend it, even to those, who had a similar course in the university like me.
创建者 Rachid M•
Jun 24, 2020
Great course to understand how subatomic particles works. There is a bit of maths, but you do not need to understand every equation to grasp the key message. Thanks a lot !
创建者 radha k m v•
May 26, 2020
I have learned a lot of knowledge about elementary particles. Thank you very much to team of professors, university of Geneva and Coursera.
VELURI NV RADHA KRISHNA MURTY
创建者 Alex G•
May 30, 2019
This was a very fun and interesting course. This course can be very confusing at times but the instructors do explain things very well and in an easy to understand way.
Oct 22, 2017
这是一个非常好的课程，使我对于粒子物理有了更加深刻的认识，Thank you, greeting from China, I very want to visit CERN, but I do not have enough money and time, I can not reach but I wish,虽不能至，心向往之
创建者 Daniel N G•
May 26, 2019
I loved it. High level and very well explained.
Nevertheless, two weeks are hihgly charged compared with others, I think spreading some of the content would be great.
创建者 Vishesh V•
Jun 16, 2020
Being my first course on the domain of prime interest to me, I enjoyed each module as they were both diverse and still play a unique part of the subject as a whole.
创建者 James H•
May 08, 2020
Extremely interesting course, but you will need to be ready to persevere with the mathematics if you do not at least have an A level understanding of physics/maths