[Brief Guide]
Basic knowledge of statistical mechanics and quantum mechanics are lectured.
Examples of quantum effects (tunnel effect, energy level) are introduced to
understand the expanded real applications for engineering field.
[Schedule]
1. Quantum hypothesis (Blackbody radiation, Photoelectric effect)
2. Bohr’s theory of atom structure
3. Heisenberg uncertainty principle
4. Wave equation
5. Schrödinger’s equation
6. Harmonic oscillator and Wave function in squarewell potential
7. Wave functions of hydrogen atom
8. Wave functions of hydrogen like atom
9. Spin and Spin coordinate
10. Wave function and Energy of Helium atom
11. Quantum statistical mechanics
12. Free electron and Band theory
13. Wave functions in crystals
14. Application of quantum effect
15. Nanotechnology
[How to Grade]
Attendances and Test
[Text, etc]
Prints are distributed to students who attend each number of schedule. Next
book is available to study quantum physics.
Arthur Beiser, “Concepts of Modern Physics”,
McGrawHill Book. Co. 1981.
[Message of Lecturers]
It is necessary to understand the
primary quantum mechanics for materials science and advanced material
processing. This lecture has enough exercises of basic problems to understand
quantum mechanics.
