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Remote and Virtual Labs

An uncompleted, examplary linklist of Remote and Virtual Laboratories:

Our projects:

Measuring, visualizing and analysing the field of a cylindrical permanent magnet


Electrons in electric fields

Electrons in magnetic fields (charge to mass ratio)

Electric field of electric charges, waves, ...

other Remotely Controlled Laboratories:

Remote Farm, TU Berlin

RCL-Portal, previously TU Kaiserslautern

North American Network Of Science Labs Online (NANSLO), partnership between postsecondary institutions in the U.S. and Canada

iLabs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

iSES, Universities of Prague, Zlin and Trnava

The NetLab remote laboratory project, University of South Australia

Universal Environment for Delivering Remote-Laboratories within the STEM Disciplines, Nothern Illinois University

Integrated Laboratory Network, British Columbia

Weblabdeusto, University of Deusto

iLough-Lab, Loughborough University

other Virtual Laboratories and Simulations:

Virtual Labs, Ministry of Human Resources Development under the National Mission on Education through ICT, India

Quantum Physics, University of St Andrews

PhET-Simulations, University of Colorado Boulder

Physlets by Wolfgang Christian and Mario Belloni

NTNUJAVA Virtual Physics Laboratory, Department of Physics, National Taiwan Normal University

Java-Programs on Physics by Walter Fendt, Paul-Klee-Gymnasium Gersthofen

General Physics Java Applets by B. Surendranath Reddy, India

QuantumLab, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg