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Introduction to Applied Physics'Materials and Energy Eng.(2.0 credits)

Code:312
Course Type:Related Specialized Courses
Class Format:Lecture
Course Name : Materials Engineering Applied Physics Quantum Science and Energy Engineering
Starts 1 :
Elective/Compulsory : Elective Elective Elective
Lecturer : Associated Faculty   Associated Faculty   Associated Faculty  

•Course Purpose
Fundamentals in applied physics, material science, and quantum energy are introduced. Magnetism and superconductivity, and recent topics of quantum computers are discussed. Materials sciences to resolve many problems in design of physical properties, in refining and formation processing of materials are discussed. Recent developments in materials science are introduced. Introduction to nuclear fusion and quantum energy utilization are also discussed.

•Prerequisite Subjects

•Course Topics
1. Introduction to magnetism
2. Introduction to quantum computers
3. Introduction to superconductivity
4. Introduction to laser materials processing I
5. Introduction to laser materials processing II
6. Introduction to nuclear fusion I
7. Introduction to nuclear fusion II
8. Introduction to nuclear fusion III
9. Introduction to nuclear fusion IV
10. Fundamentals of ceramics and applications I
11. Fundamentals of ceramics and applications II
12. Fundamentals of ceramics and applications III
13. Fundamentals of metals and applications I
14. Fundamentals of metals and applications II

•Textbook
Lecture materials will be given during every lecture.

•Additional Reading
Shackelford, James F., Introduction to Materials Science for Engineers, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, USA

•Grade Assessment
Evaluation will be based on written reports to be submitted at each lecture.

•Notes

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