Thursday, February 24, 2011

10 key ideas about the electronic properties of crystals

This semester I am co-teaching PHYS4030 Condensed Matter Physics: Electronic properties of crystals. This is a fourth year undergraduate (honours) course. Since there are only 5 students enrolled the course will run as an interactive reading course, somewhat similar to a biophysics course, BIPH3001 and PHYS3170 which I ran the last two years. The text will be the classic Ashcroft and Mermin [Although I wonder if we shouldn't change to Marder].
I have an introductory overview lecture of the first half of the course which discusses 10 key ideas.

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