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University of Rochester
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Phy 103 - The Physics of Music
The Physics of Music Documents

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Student projects for PHY103 2014 The physics of and music encompasses a wide range of topics some that we will cover in labs and lectures in this class However the diversity of subject matter related to this topic cannot be captured in a single semester course Consequently an important part of this class is the opportunity to investigate a specific topic of your own interest Because the students in this class have diverse interests descriptions in class of student research projects at the end of the semester can be interesting Often students choose to create build or modify musical instruments as part of their project In 2011 the instruments were so interesting we had a short class concert This year our concert will be in collaboration with the AME 196 showcase on Dec 10 You can choose to perform something on Dec 10 or describe your project on Dec 9 Some form of presentation either classroom or performance is a requirement of the final project What is required A write up and one of the following A classroom presentation or a short performance Presentations can be done in collaboration but write ups need to be done individually Due dates for Write up Thursday Dec 11 at midnight usual place B L403 mailbox Research Presentations Last class Tuesday Dec 9 at 9 40am classtime Performance showcase in collaboration with AME 196 on Wednesday Dec 10 in Rettner Hall Atrium 12 30 2pm What to turn in 4 8 page description of your research project Written in the same way as your lab reports with an abstract summarizing your project and results The analysis section should support your major findings that are listed in the abstract Your conclusion can discuss future work or connections to other fields This year we have not required description of procedures or experiments in the lab reports however as you are designing your own experiments and we aren t going to know how you did them you will need to describe your procedures as well as your analysis in your project report What to



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