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    Faculty of Physics and Astronomy

    Curriculum

    Teaching Focus: Condensed Matter Physics

    The fundamentals of condensed matter physics lay the basis to understand more advanced topics. In Würzburg you can take the following courses:

    Winter semester:

    • Solid-state physics 2 (Modul: FK2B; 09210080, 09210100)
    • Semiconductor physics (Modul: HPH; 09210160, 09210180)
    • Solid-state- spectroscopy (Modul: FKS; 09210120)
    • Semiconductor Components (Modul: SPD; 09220180)

    Summer semester:

    • Magnetism (Modul: MAG; 09210200, 09210220)
    • Theoretical solid-state physics 2 (Modul: TKF2; 09220200)
    • Organic semiconductors (Modul: OHL; 09221380, 09221400)

    Here quantum matter describes bulk matter and its non-classical properties originating from correlated electrons or protected topolocical states. This is a wide field of research and the University of Würzburg has many courses to specialize:

    Winter semester:

    • Quantum mechanics 3 - Vielteilchentheorie (Modul: QVTP; 09220020)
    • Spintronics (Modul: SPI; 09221520)
    • Topology in solid-state physics (Modul: TFP; 09210360 +380 bzw. 09210390)
    • Computational Materials Science (Modul: CMS; 09221640, 09221650)
    • Field-theoretic aspects of solid-state physics (Modul: FTAS; 09225100)
    • Quantum information (Modul: QUI; 09221780)
    • Advances theory of Quantum computers and quantum information (Module: QIC; 09220440)

    Summer semester:

    • Quantum transport (Modul: QTR; 09210160, 09210180)
    • Conformal field theory (Modul: KFT/KFT2; 09221760, 09221770 / 09221860)
    • Dualities of gauge theories and gravitational theories (Modul: GGD; 0922184009221850)

    Trapping light and electrons in nanostructured materials or material interfaces leads to novel physical effects. The following courses prepare to enter research in this fascinating field:

    Winter semester:

    • Introduction to nanostructural engineering 1 (Modul: EIN1; 09110400)
    • Nanoanalytics (Modul: NAN; 09220140)
    • semiconductor nanostructures (Modul: HNS; 09220220)

    Summer semester:

    • Introduction to nanostructural engineering 2 (Modul: EIN2; 09110420)
    • Surface Science (Modul: SSC; 09221890, 09221900)
    • Low-dimensional systems (Modul: NDS; 09230800)

    Quantum Matter is build atom layer by atom layer and nano structures are carved from a basic material with nanometer precision. How to do so is taught in the following courses:

    Winter semester:

    • Labcourse physical technology of material synthesis (Modul: PPT; 09420260)

    Summer semester:

    • Crystal growth, thin films and lithography (Modul: KDS; 09221820)
    • Gas phase coating technology (Modul: BVG; 09221340)