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 Course Description  "This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of strongly correlated electron systems. Due to the vast subjects to be discussed, this course will be divided into two parts offered in two semesters with two separate titles: “magnetism in strongly correlated systems” and “superconductivity and quantum phase transition”. The topics of “magnetism in strongly correlated systems” include an introduction of many-body techniques for the description of interacting electron systems such as dynamical mean-field theory, several key models of correlated systems such as Hubbard, Anderson, and Kondo Hamiltonians, and the quantum theory of magnetism. The topics of “superconductivity and quantum phase transition” covers a microscopic theory of superconductivity, Ginzburg-Landau phenomenological theory of phase transition, and quantum phase transition in relation to various physics of strongly correlated electron systems. (※ Prior knowledge of physics on the level of “Quantum Mechanics 1, 2” and “Statistical Mechanics” is required.)"



 Reference
 "Advanced Condensed Matter Physics", Leonard Sander
"Quantum Theory of Solids", Charles Kittel
"Solid State Physics", Ashcroft/Mermin


 Class Hours & Class Room
 56-321
Tue, Thu 14:00~15:15


 Teaching Assistant
 
Advanced Condensed Matter Physics 2012-1