Introduction to Solid State Physics (Fall 2015) by Sergey Frolov at the U of Pittsburgh

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source: Sergey Frolov     2016年1月11日
Introduction to Solid State Physics
Upper-level undergraduate course taught at the University of Pittsburgh in the Fall 2015 semester by Sergey Frolov.
The course is based on Steven Simon's "Oxford Solid State Basics" textbook.
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Syllabus available at: https://sergeyfrolov.wordpress.com/te...
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Lecture 1: Overview of the Course 1:14:55
Lecture 2: Basics of Quantum Mechanics 1:14:36
Lecture 3: Einstein and Debye Models of a Solid 1:14:31
Lecture 4: Drude and Sommerfeld Theories of Electrons in Solids 1:17:06
Lecture 5: One-dimensional models of vibrations in solids 1:11:57
Lecture 6: One-dimensional Tight Binding Model for Electrons 1:15:48
Lecture 7: Crystal Structure 1:13:19
Lecture 8: Reciprocal Lattice 1:14:06
Lecture 9: Scattering Experiments (X-ray Diffraction) 1:14:42
Lecture 10: Electron Waves in Crystals 1:20:22
Lecture 11: Band Structure of Electrons in Solids 1:14:01
Lecture 12: Physics of Semiconductors 1:00:57
Lecture 13: Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes 1:12:53
Lecture 14: Semiconductor Devices 1:17:20
Lecture 15: Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism 1:14:28
Lecture 16: Magnetic Order 1:16:38
Lecture 17: Mean Field Theories of Magnetism 1:16:44
Lecture 18: Superconductivity Experiments 1:12:49
Lecture 19: Superconductivity Theory 1:15:32
Lecture 20: Superconducting Devices 1:14:30
Lecture 21: Physics of Two-Dimensional Systems 1:19:24
Lecture 22: Quantum Point Contacts and Coulomb Blockade 1:21:48
Lecture 23: Quantum Computing Principles 1:19:48

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