Introduction to optics and condensed matter physics E
|Course ID:||1100-3Ind03||Erasmus code / ISCED:||13.203 / (0533) Physics|
|Course title:||Introduction to optics and condensed matter physics E||Name in Polish:||Wstęp do optyki i fizyki materii skondensowanej R|
|Department:||Faculty of Physics|
Physics, individual path; 3rd year courses
|ECTS credit allocation (and other scores):||
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Introduction to optics and condensed matter physics R introduces students in the description of the world of optical phenomena and the physics of atoms, molecules and condensed matter.
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Introduction to optics and condensed matter physics for individual path.
The course "Introduction to optics and condensed matter physics" is focused on optics, atomic and molecular physics and condensed matter physics.
1. Quantum optics
2. Polarization and propagation of light in matter
3. Light-matter interaction
4. Chemical bonds, molecular spectra
5. Correlation functions in space
6. Electron in periodic potential
7. Defects in crystals - donors, acceptors.
8. Low dimensional structures - wells, wires and dots.
Student workload: lectures and exercises 3 ECTS (45h), work at home 1 ECTS (30h).
Description by J. Szczytko, November 2009
1. Ch. Kittel "Introduction to solid state physics"
2. J. Taylor, Ch. Zafiratos, M. Dubson "Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers"
To acquaint students with basic concepts in optics, atomic physics and condensed matter physics. The student will be able to further self-education in this area.
|Assessment methods and assessment criteria:||
After each lecture, the student will receive some simple problems to solve at home. Class ends with written and oral examination. Final rating depends on the sum of points obtained in the homework, the exam and oral exam.
Attendance not mandatory (option R). Option RW (only lecture): 50% attendance required.
Classes in period "Winter semester 2020/21" (future)
|Time span:||2020-10-01 - 2021-01-31||
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|Type of class:||
Class, 30 hours, 30 places more information
Lecture, 30 hours, 30 places more information
|Group instructors:||Johannes Binder|
|Students list:||(inaccessible to you)|
Lecture - Examination
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