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Seminar on Optical Science and Engineering 1C(2.0 credits)

Code:7976
Division at courseMaster's Course
Course Type:
Class Format:Seminar
Department Name : Applied Physics
Starts 1 : 2 the previous term
Lecturer : Hideo KISHIDA Professor  Takeshi KOYAMA Associate Professor  Yuto NAKAMURA Assistant Professor 

•Course Purpose
Acquire the basic skills to understand the electronic and optical properties of condensed matter and nanoscience.
Acquire the skills to apply the latest researches and methods to the study.

Goal of study:
1. Understanding of electronic and optical properties of condensed matter and nanoscience.
2. Acquire the ability to make presentations and discussions based on the content of English papers.
3. Acquire the ability to make discussions about the experimental techniques and the latest research trends based on the textbook knowledge.

•Prerequisite Subjects
Quantum Mechanics, Optics, Solid State Physics

•Course Topics
1. Optical Properties of Condensed Matter 2. Electronic Properties of Condensed Matter 3. Nanoscience 4. Nonlinear Optics 5. Laser Spectroscopy

Literature introduction and discussions about the above topics.

•Textbook
We choose papers from international journals.

•Additional Reading
We will introduce appropriate references as needed.

•Grade Assessment
Presentations, presentation materials and discussions. The criterion of pass is to reach the basic level of the goals.

•Notes
Not required.

•Contacting Faculty
You can ask questions in the seminar. Otherwise, contact the instructors.

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