Reading and Discussion on Applied Physics（Solid State Engineering） B(2.0 credits)
|Division at course||：||Master's Course|
|Class Format||:||Circle form|
|Department Name||:||Applied Physics|
|Starts 1||:||1 Autumn Semester|
|Lecturer||:||Yukio TANAKA Professor||Yuki KAWAGUCHI Associate Professor||Keiji YADA Assistant Professor|
|Kazuya FUJIMOTO Designated Assistant Professor|
|In order to study the physical phenomena in condensed matter physics from a microscopic point of view, students read suitable textbooks and learn theoretical methods on electronic properties (magnetism, semiconductors, superconductors), cold atomic systems (Bose-Einstein condensation, Fermi superfluids), and topological materials.
1. Students are able to perform calculations on theoretical problems on quantum many body problems.
2. Students understand and can explain several phenomena of electron properties in solids, and superconductivity/superfluidity.
|Quantum physics A & B, Statistical physics A & B, Solid state physics 1-4, Reading and Discussion on Applied Physics (Solid State Engineering) A, Seminar on Solid State Engineering 1A|
|1. Electronic properties in solid state physics, 2. Topological insulators and superconductors, 3. Coldatomic systems|
|Textbooks will be selected at the beginning of the semester. Examples are as follows:
・K. Nomura, "Topological insulators and superconductors" (Japanese)
・K. Yamada and T. Ohmi, "Superfluid" (Japanese)
This year: Superconductivity (Ketterson)
|Oral presentations and discussions.|
|Those who finished Reading and Discussion on Applied Physics (Solid State Engineering) A are desired.|
|At each seminar.|