Solid State Magnetism and Electron Correlations
Link to online registration: Here
Lecture starts at Thursday, 17.10.2019!
- To get insight into fundamentals of magnetism and electron correlations in solids.
- To learn about principles of advanced experimental methods and their interpretation.
- To understand the basic concepts of electron correlation in solids and its implications.
- To apply this knowledge to understand and to assess modern research trends in condensed matter physics.
Lecturer: Prof. Rüdiger Klingeler
Location: Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics INF 227, Tue: SR 1.403; Thu: 2.403
Time: Tue & Thur 11:15 - 12:45 h
SWS: 6; Credit Points: 8
Tutorials: Weekly on Wednesday, 14:15 - 15:45 h (KIP, SR 2.403)
Tutor: Dr. Johannes Werner
- Magnetism and electronic properties of atoms and ions
- Electronic properties of solids, crystal field theory
- Magnetism in metals, micro- and nanomagnetism
- Hubbard model, Mott insulators
- Magnetism in insulators, magnetic interactions
- Collective phenomena: spin ordering and phase transitions
- Magnetoresistive Effects: Spintronics
- Quantum Magnetism
- Magnetism and its relevance for high-temperature superconductivity