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Advanced Lectures on Nano-structural Analysis(2.0 credits)

Division at courseMaster's Course
Course Type:
Class Format:Lecture
Department Name : Applied Physics
Starts 1 : Spring Semester ,every other year
Lecturer : Satoshi KASHIWAYA Professor  Koji ASAKA Lecturer 

•Course Purpose
Lectures on novel physical properties peculiar to the surface and interface through the observation of the electronic properties, students are trained to understand basic principles of electronic states and devices consists of novel superconductors, topological materials, atomic layer materials, etc.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Electromagnetism, Physical Properties of Crystalline Materials, Solid State Physics, Diffraction Crystallography

•Course Topics
1.Introduction to superconductivity
2.Principle and application of superconductors
3.Electronic states of superconductors
4.Topological quantum phenomena
5. Atomic structures of solid state materials
6. Diffraction by crystals
7. Structure analysis and Physical characterization by electron microscopy
8. Structures and physical properties of nanometer-sized materials

Text books for this seminar will be determined at the beginning of each semester. Scientific papers are chosen in accord with the progress of the seminar.

•Additional Reading
We will introduce references on demand.

•Grade Assessment
We will evaluate by examination and reports.

Nothing special.
No lecture is given in this year.

•Contacting Faculty
Answer during the lecture.


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