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PHY487H1/1487HCondensed Matter Physics

Course Title PHY487H1/1487H
Session fall
Year of Study 4th year
Time and Location 24L: MW2, Room: MP 137

Young-June  Kim
MP084
416-978-7868

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Official Description

This course will introduce you to foundational concepts of condensed matter physics in the solid state.  Main topics to be covered: crystal structure, reciprocal lattice, crystal binding, lattice vibrations, Fermi surfaces, energy bands, electrons and phonons in solids, semiconductors, superconductivity and magnetism.  Special topics to be surveyed:  quasiparticles, nanoelectronic transport and quantum structures.


 

Prerequisite: PHY356H1, PHY252H1, PHY250H1
Co-requisite: n.a.
Exclusion: n.a.
Recommended preparation: n.a.
  BR=5 DR=SCI
Textbook Introduction to Solid State Physics, 8th Edition, Charles Kittel