Material and Device Physics for Nanoscience I University of Tsukuba
This course will focus on the fundamental physics and physics of transport in nanoscale materials such as semiconductors and superconductors in order to understand the physical processes for nanotechnology.
(1) To understand and acquire the basic physical properties, transport phenomena, and their measurement techniques necessary for the development of nanotechnology from both experimental and theoretical aspects. (2) Understand the physical properties of Bose particles, Fermi particles, and quasiparticles in semiconductors and superconductors, and learn their applications to transport phenomena in nanoscale materials.
On knowledge creativity, basic engineering skills, and basic academic skills.
Evaluation will be made comprehensively based on reports and assignments.
IntroductionPhotophysical properties of excitonsPhotophysical properties of polaronsPhotophysical properties of plasmonIntermediate report assignment (Hase)Metal-insulator transitionElectronic statesFermi ParticleBose particleSuperconductivity
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Hase Muneaki,Takano Yoshihiko
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