Condensed Matter Physics III(2.0 credits)
|Course Type||:||Specialized Courses|
|Course Name||:||Fundamental and Applied Physics|
|Starts 1||:||4 Autumn Semester|
|Lecturer||:||TANIYAMA Tomoyasu Professor|
|The purpose of this course is to show the students cutting-edge research in condensed-matter physics and to motivate them to study this rich and fertile research area. This course also aims at reviewing fundamental physics such as electromagnetism, statistical physics, and quantum mechanics through various aspects of advanced materials.
Each lecture is covered by a different professor, and the students can grasp various research frontiers throughout the
|Condensed-Matter Physics I, II|
|Each lecture is given by the individual instructor shown in parentheses.
Please note that the contents below are just tentative. The final program will be distributed at the first lecture.
1. Introduction to Condensed Matter Physics III (Prof. Tomoyasu Taniyama)
2. Theoretical Physics of Foods, Gels, Glasses, and All That (Prof. Kunimasa Miyazaki)
3. Physics in Quasicrystals (Prof. Kazuhiko Deguchi)
4. Magnetism and Superconductivity in Strongly Correlated Electron System (Prof. Kazuhiko Deguchi)
5. Superconductivity in Strongly Correlated Systems (Prof. Hiroshi Kontani)
6. Massless Dirac Fermions in Condensed Matter Physics (Prof. Akito Kobayashi)
7. Nematicity and Orbital Order (Prof. Seiichiro Onari)
8. Condensed Matter Studies by NMR (Prof. Yoshiaki Kobayashi)
9. Magnetism and Superconductivity (Prof. Masayuki Itoh)
10. Topological quantum spin liquids (Prof. Yasuhiro Shimizu)
11. Superfluidity (Prof. Taku Matsushita)
12. Introduction to Thermoelectricity (Prof. Ichiro Terasaki)
13. Fundamentals and Applications of Ferroelectricity (Prof. Hiroki Taniguchi)
14. The Uses of Spin : From Fundamentals to Spintronics (Prof. Hiroshi Kohno)
15. Nano-scale Magnetism (Prof. Tomoyasu Taniyama)
|Attendance and Reports
The “Absent” grade is reserved for students who withdraw by the deadline designated by the University. Class
attendance is required and absentee must have a valid reason. Unless withdrawal is declared, the “Fail” grade will
be given, when a student misses lectures more than three times. It will be also given, when he or she misses
submission of reports more than three times.
|Prof. Tomoyasu Taniyama