Magnetism and Superconductivity University of Tsukuba
Magnetism and superconductivity are considered to be the fundamental ground state of matter. By studying generic features in magnetism and superconductivity in various materials, a fundamental concept of matter can be constracted from modern scientific point of view.
The course will be carried out based on handouts.
When attending the lecture, in addition to reading handouts, students are advised to take notes to gain a better understanding.
Lecture 1 : Introduction
Lecture 2 : Origin and characteristics of magnetism
Lecture 3 : Magnetic interactions and anisotropy
Lecture 4 : Measurement techniques for magnetic materials
Lecture 5 : Basic characteristics of superconductors
Lecture 6 : Phenomenological and microscopic understanding of superconductors
Lecture 7 : Josephson junctions
Lecture 8 : High temperature superconductors
Lecture 9 : Recent topics of magnetism
Lecture 10 : Recent topic of superconductors
Submission of several assignments related to the lectures will be requested.
Grading will be carried out based on these assignments.
Online Course Requirement
Open in even number years.
Identical to 01BG120.
Delivered in English upon request
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Link to the syllabus provided by the university