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Department of Physics
open chemistry
KVL / Klausuren / MAP 1st HS: 14.10  2nd HS: 09.12  sem.br.: 17.02  begin SS: 12.04

4020195006 Introduction to Solid State Physics  VVZ 

VL
Mon 9-11
weekly NEW 15 1'201 (120) W. Ted Masselink
Wed 9-11
weekly NEW 15 1'201 (120)
UE
Mon 15-17
weekly NEW 14 1'14 (21) Yohei Matsuoka
UE
Mon 15-17
weekly NEW 14 1'13 (21) Jan Kischkat
UE
Mon 17-19
weekly NEW 15 3'101 (24) Yohei Matsuoka
Aims
The course presents some of the fundamental principles of solid-state physics. Special emphases are in the areas of crystal symmetry, electronic energy bands in crystalline solids, dielectric properties of insulators, phonons, semiconductors, electronic transport in semiconductors, optical properties of semiconductors, and superconductors.
Requirements
Modules P2a, P2b, and P3
Structure / topics / contents
* Quantized free-electron gas
* Crystal binding and structure
* Reciprocal lattice and diffraction
* Electrons in a periodic lattice
* Semiconductor physics
* Phonons
* Electron dynamics in solids
* Optoelectronic properties of solids
* Magnetic properties of solids
* Superconductors
Assigned modules
P7.1 / P10a (SO 2010)
Amount, credit points; Exam / major course assessment
6 SWS, 8 SP/ECTS (Arbeitsanteil im Modul für diese Lehrveranstaltung, nicht verbindlich)
Participation in the exercise section is required for credit points to be awarded; the course grade is based on a written final exam.
Contact
Prof. W.T. Masselink
Literature
C. Kittel. Introduction to Solid State Physics. Wiley
Achcroft / Mermin. Solid State Physics. Saunders
C. Kittel. Festkoerperphysik. Oldenbourg
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