Laboraty times during the semester:
Tuesday 8 am - 4 pm


Vor dem Hospitaltore 1
04103 Leipzig

Phone: 0341 / 97 32780

Tuesday 8 am - 4 pm

Closed during the semester break


Postal address

Universität Leipzig
Institut für Experimentelle Physik II
Linnéstrasse 5
04103 Leipzig

Head of the lab

Prof. Dr. Michael Lorenz
Phone: 0341 / 97 32661

Technical advisor

Dr. V. Zviagin
Phone: 0341 / 97 32780 or 0341 / 97 32684

Lab supervisors


Dr. Christian Chmelik
Dr. habil. Jens Gabke
Dr. Chris Sturm
Prof. Dr. Michael Lorenz
Dr. Tilo Reinert
Dr. Vitaly Zviagin

Advanced Physics Laboratory

The Advanced Laboratory is situated at:
Vor dem Hospitaltore 1, 04103 Leipzig,
2nd floor, rooms 260 to 273

Introductory Meeting

The Introduction to the Advanced Physics Laboratory for Physics students (Bachelor of Siences, IPSP) in the summer semester 2020 will take place on Monday, May 4th, 2020.

The introduction with safety briefing is mandatory prior to the first experiment and begins at 3:00 pm in the seminar room No. 532, Linnéstraße 5.

This website presents an overview of all available experiments of the Advanced Physics Laboratory . The Advanced Lab is the link between the Introductory Lab and the almost independent work during the preparation of the master thesis. Besides bringing up a scientific style of working the Advanced Lab shall link and widen the present knowledge. The experimental skills and the way of physical thinking shall be trained also.

The experiments are outlined in such a way that the students investigate fundamental physical phenomena with the appropriate method in order to determine some material parameters or physical constants. For that reason the experimental setups were fundamentally updated in the last years and descriptions of the experiments were made. These descriptions are mostly quite substantial since the necessary knowledge is sometimes not given in the lectures, up to this point of the studies. On the other hand it encourages the private study.


To book an experiment, please come at the specified times in the Advanced Lab.

Write your group number in the list which is always available there at the pinboard.

The descriptions of experiments are available for download. An intensive preparation is essential for a successful experiment.

The experiment starts at 8 am and is carried out on 1 day in the lab.

The examination of the experiments have to be done during the regular operation of the advanced lab course.

allocation plan

sample report

1. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) in liquids
2. Optical Pumping
3. Doppler-free Rb saturation spectroscopy
4. Electro- and Photoluminescence

5. Rotation-Vibration Spectra of Molecules
6. Lattice Vibrations and Effects of Free Charge Carriers in Solids
7. Raman-Spectroscopy on Solids

8. Zeeman Effect
9. High-Resolution Gamma-Spectroscopy with Ge-Semiconductor Detector
10. Alpha-Particle Spectroscopy with a Semiconductor Detector

11. X-Ray diffraction (XRD)
12. Mass Spectroscopy on Gases and simple Organic Molecules
13. Hall-Effect and Electrical Conductivity

14. Optical Spectroscopy at Colour Centers and Molecules
15. Franck-Hertz Experiment
16. Squid Experiment

17. Electron-Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR)
18. Study of Solid State Surfaces using a Scanning Tunnelling Microscope
19. Study of Solid State Surfaces using a Atomic Force Microscope