Lectures

電気力学講義資料(抜粋) 終了

1. Maxwell方程式

2. ゲージ変換

3. 電磁波、平面波、偏光

4. 電磁場のエネルギー、運動量、応力

5. 境界条件のある電磁場

6. 位相速度と群速度TEMモード

7. 遅延ポテンシャル

8. 多重極放射

9. 運動する点電荷が作る電磁場

10. マクスウェル方程式と特殊相対論

11. 四元ポテンシャルと電磁場テンソル

12. 電磁場のラグランジアンとハミルトニアン

13. 電磁場の正準量子化

 

 

Introduction to Solid State Spectroscopy (10:30-12:00 Thursday)

The field of spectroscopy has been established through the study of visible light and has over time expanded to include the electromagnetic spectrum from radio frequency waves to gamma radiation. It is now a far-reaching analytical tool particularly in material science. In this course, you will be imparted broad and basic knowledge of spectroscopy of solids as an experimental technique.

Course Outline:
1. Fundamentals, electromagnetic radiation
2. Optical responses, dielectric response function
3. Light sources and detection, lasers and detectors
4. Spectroscopy in visible regime (including optical properties of semiconductors)
5. Spectroscopy in infrared regime (Raman spectroscopy, infrared absorption, and Fourier transform
infrared spectrometer)
6. Magnetic resonance spectroscopy (including nuclear spin dynamics)
7. Other spectroscopy and microscopy

Goal:
You will learn a basic knowledge of solid-state spectroscopy as an experimental technique through the following topics.

Textbook:
The relevant literature will be introduced.

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Computational physics (closed)

1. Octaveの使い方とプログラム基礎

2. 数値計算の基礎(誤差と計算量)

3. 常微分方程式

4. 連立方程式と行列計算

5. 固有値問題

6. フーリエ変換

7. モンテカルロ法

8. 偏微分方程式

Partial differential equation (Numerical calculation of tsunami)

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An example of Fourier analysis

Before                                                                                   After

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Three-body problems

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