The project »Physics in a nutshell« was founded in 2014 with the intention to provide a new online educational resource for learning physics at university level.
The contents are organised in a way which allows both a structured self-study of connected groups of topics as well as the usage of the website as an encyclopaedia for quick reference. Lots of visualisations (and animations) are included in order to make the subject matter more comprehensbile and fun to learn. The enhanced usage of mathematical expressions makes it possible to track the individual logical steps more easily and to achieve an in-depth understanding of most topics.
Tobias Wegener (30 years) Since I was a child I am fascinated by nature and its phenomena. This fascination was the driving force for me getting interested in physics. Meanwhile I have studied physics in Göttingen (Germany) and Uppsala (Sweden) and during my studies I also became interested in web design which is why I ended up creating this website.
In my free time I like to be in nature, go on bike tours or play ukulele. In the best case, I manage to combine everything!
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