Important Dates

Wednesday, July 6, 2022 - 09:00 to 17:00
online automatic Registration
Wednesday, July 6, 2022 - 10:00
check your Physics Lab Statues on July 06th, 2022
Tuesday, July 19, 2022 - 17:00 to Thursday, August 11, 2022 - 19:00
Zoom links will be given at Moodle
Monday, August 8, 2022 - 17:00 to Tuesday, August 9, 2022 - 19:00

Online Phyl Lab Courses

This is an online Lab Course, which will provide 20 percent of the grade for Phys Courses. As such it will be necessary for each student to obey strict rules. For online Lab sessions and online quizzes, attendance by Zoom, using your proper full name, keeping your camera and listening device on is compulsory and a roll will be taken at an arbitrary time for each day’s session by screen shooting.

The composition of the grade will be: 

 LabReport 12 pts. and Lab Final Exam 8 pts.

There will be an Introduction course and 6 experiments. 

Phyl 201 Experiment sessions will be held every Tuesday and Thursday between 17:00-19:00 starting on July 19th, 2022.

Lab Experiment Book can be reached both at Lab web page and also on Moodle..

Your lab Instructor will show a short presentation of the experiments in your lab textbook. Please read your textbook beforehand and carefully follow the experiments in the presentation. Immediately after the presentation you will be taking data while watching the DataVideo. You should have your textbook in front of you and open to the relevant pages so that you can record your data.

Once finished with data taking, you will analyze your data and write down your results. 

You should prepare a pdf file of your LabReport pages and save them in your computer. Then upload this file to the assignment page. Make sure that you do all this by 19:30 PM on the day that you are scheduled for that experiment and your file is less than 2 MB. Max number of files to upload are restricted with 20. 

• Use a computer to watch the DataVideos and join the zoom sessions.

• Before each lab session starts make sure that you print the pages involving the relevant experiment of the Lab text book whose copy can be found in the lab web page ( or on the moodle page for your course.

• Keep Lab Book, pen, pencil, eraser, calculator, ruler, protractor, compasses, a few A4 sheets and your cell phone with you during the session. You will have to use your cell phone as a stopwatch when it is needed.

• FROM THE START OF SESSION you are given 2 hours to complete your LabReport, and you are given an extra 30 minutes to upload the pdf file to Moodle.

 • You are expected to scan your Lab Report and, if they exist, additional materials as a pdf file.

• Name your pdf file “YourName-NameOfExperiment.pdf”. Make sure that it is less than 2MB. If the size of your pdf file cannot be less than 2MB you may devide it into a few part and upload them seperately. In that case use page numbers as file name.

• Upload your pdf file(s) to Moodle in the given time and do not forget to click submit button.


Physics Lab Books

Which Physics Lab Book is yours?

All Physics Lab Books are on web.


Download the Book and take a copy before coming to the Lab.


Without a Lab Book you are not accepted to the Lab.


Phys 101 & 121: Physics 1 Experiments 

Phys 102 & 130: Physics 2 Experiments

Phys 201: Physics 3 Experiments 

Phys 202: Physics 4 Experiments

Lab Grades for Repeat Students

Lab Grades for the Students Repeating the Course

Summer'15 - Fall '19

Please check your Lab Grades from the links given below.
If your most recent Lab Grade is less than 10 or "F", register for the Lab.
Repeat Grades for Fall'03-Fall'19 is given HERE.
Online Semester Lab Grades:
Fall 2020 - Spring 2022

Lab Experiments

Lab Experiment Schedule

Experiments will be done in the order given in this schedule.

Please check the Schedule and learn which experiment will be performed.