课程大纲

COURSE SYLLABUS

1.

课程代码/名称

Course Code/Title

MSE5023 高等材料物理 Advanced Physics of Materials

2.

课程性质

Compulsory/Elective

专业核心课

3.

课程学分/学时

Course Credit/Hours

3/48

4.

授课语言

Teaching Language

英文/English

5.

授课教师

Instructor(s)

徐保民 讲席教授

6.

是否面向本科生开放

Open to undergraduates

or not

否

7.

先修要求

Pre-requisites

Modern Physics, and Crystal Theory

8.

教学目标

Course Objectives

The purpose of the course is to study the behavior of electrons and phonons in solids and their effects

in determining the electronic, optical, magnetic and thermal properties of materials. The course

emphasizes the fundamental principles of solid state physics and specific applications.

9.

教学方法

Teaching Methods

Teaching methods include live lectures by teachers, such as video and live show of materials

properties, discussion among the classmates, and presentations of cutting-edge literatures by students-

selves. Students can be involved in the active learning of the knowledge and achieve the understanding

through multi- channels. Combining the basic theory and the state of art discoveries, the students can

obtain more updated knowledge and the research motivations.

10.

教学内容

Course Contents

Section 1

Crystal Structure (2 lectures)

- Crystal Lattices

- Bravais Lattices and Crystal Systems

- Index Systems for Crystal Directions and Planes (Miller indices)

- Spacing Between Planes of the Same Miller indices

- Examples of simple crystal structures

- Structure of Amorphous Solids and Liquids

Section 2

Lattice Vibrations: Thermal, Acoustic and Optical Properties (4 lectures)

- Elastic Waves

- Density of Stantes of a Continous Medium

- Specific Heat of Solids (Einstein and Debye Models)

- Phonons

- Lattice Waves

- Thermal Conductivity

- Inelastic Scattering of X-Rays and Neutrons by Phonons

- Light scattering (Brillouin and Raman) by phonons

- Microwave Untrasonic Devices (Phonon amplifier, Surface accoustic wave

etc)

- Lattice Optical Properties in the Infrared (optical phonons, dielectic

function,polariton)

Section 3

Theory of Semiconductors (4 lectures)

- Band structure of Semiconductors

- Types of Semiconductors

- Semiconductor Statistics

- Mobility / Conductivity

- Semiconductors under high electric fields

- Optical Properties of Semiconductors

- Photoconductivity / Photoluminescence

- Diffusion of carriers in Semiconductors

Section 4

Dielectrics and Optical Properties of Solids ( 3 lectures)

- Electric Dipole

- The Dielectric Constant and Polarizability

- Sources of Polarizability

- Dipolar Polarizability

- Ionic Polarizability

- Electronic Polarizability

- Piezoelectricity

- Ferroelectricity

Section 5

Surface Plasmon and Nano-photonics (3 lectures)

-Maxwell Microscopic and Macroscopic Equations and Solutions

-Interaction between Light Wave and Small Particles

-Surface Plasmon Resonance and Localized Plasmon Resonance

- Applications of Surface Plasmon Resonance Effect

-Visible Light Communication by Nanophotonics

-Photonic Crystal

Section 6

Magnetic properties of solids (4 lectures)

- Magnetic Dipoles of Atoms

- Dynamics of a Classical Dipole in a Magnetic Field

- Zeeman Effect

- Magnetic Susceptibility

- Theory of Diamagnetism

- Theory of Paramagnetism

- Magnetism in Metals

- Theory of Ferromagnetism

- Antiferromagnetism

- Paramagnetic Resonance

- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

- Ferromagnetic Resonance- Spin Waves

Section 7

Superconductivity (3 lectures)

- Conduction in Normal Metals

- The superconductive state

- Materials Showing Superconductivity

- Critical Field and Critical Current Density

- Magnetic Properties of Superconductors

- Thermodynamics of Superconducting Transition

- Electrodynamics of Superconductors (London Theory)

- BCS Theory

- Tunneling and Josephson Junction

Section 8

2D semiconductor and Topological Insulator (3 lectures)

-Graphene and Its Properties

-MoS2, WSe2 and Similarities

-Black Phosphorus and more

-Topological Insulator and Its Properties

Section 9

Presentations of Students (2 lectures)

11.

课程考核

Course Assessment

Grading Policy:

Homework 10% of the grade

Presentation 10% of the grade

Mid Term Exam 40% of the grade

Final Exam 40% of the grade

12.

教材及其它参考资料

Textbook and Supplementary Readings

1.P. Robert, Electrical and Magnetic Properties of Materials, Artech House Publishers, 1988.

2.Frederic Wooten, Optical Properties of Solids, Academic Press, 1992

3. D. Jile, Introduction To Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Chapman & Hall, 1990.

4. C. Kittel, Introduction to solid state physics, Wiley 7th edition, 1996.

5. D.R.Tilley and J.Tilley, Superfludity and superconductivity, 3rd Edition, Hilger, 1990.

6. Updated literatures