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Materials Science 
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lecture
2
Summer semester 2018
Chair of Semiconductor Quantum Nanosystems (E24) (Prof. Finley)
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This course is designed for Bachelor Students in the 6th semester following the Applied and Engineering Physics (AEP) program at TUM. We will study the physics and properties of modern materials with an emphasis on their mechanical, chemical, thermal, electrical, optical and magnetic properties. After successfully completing the course students will be in a position to understand why controlling the micro- and nano-structure of materials like insulators, semiconductors, non-magnetic and magnetic metals can lead to designer physical, thermal, electronic and optical properties. Moreover, students will learn how a range of modern materials structuring and processing technologies such as thin film growth, electron and optical lithography, etching, nano-manipulation and self-assembly routinely allow the construction of complex systems where novel physical and quantum effects can be exploited to build devices with new functionalities.
Fundamentals of solid state physics
After successfully completing the course students will be in a position to understand why controlling the micro- and nano-structure of materials like insulators, semiconductors, non-magnetic and magnetic metals can lead to fundamentally new physical, thermal, electronic and optical properties. Moreover, students will learn how a range of modern materials structuring and processing technologies such as thin film growth, electron and optical lithography, etching, nano-manipulation and self-assembly routinely allow the construction of complex systems where novel physical and quantum effects can be exploited to build devices with entirely new functionalities.
  • English
  • German
multimedia-supported
60 hours in total

The lecture will be held in a compact form in the first half of the summer semester. This means that there will be 2 lectures and one exercise per week, for the first seven weeks of the summer semester. The rest of the lecture time in the summer semester will be kept free for the end phase of the Bachelor Thesis.

The lecture will be held with both PPT and via direct writing on the board and will include both detailed discussions, examples of novel materials and concepts and examples of applications. In this way, students will obtain both fundamental understanding of the physics and develop insights into the context of the different methods and materials explored. The content of the lecture will be extended via tutorials in which worked examples will be presented and students will have the chance to discuss with their tutor.

The lecture will be presented as a frontal lecture using mostly PPT and via written work on the iPad and in-class discussions. A detailed script will be provided to accompany the course and offered via the Moodle platform.
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