Optical Properties of Matter
This course is part of the degree programme in Physics
|Course||Optical Properties of Matter||Credits||6|
|Professor||prof. Rita MAGRI|
Brief content description
Knowledge and understanding The course focuses on the theoretical methods for the description of the optical properties of condensed matter phases. The student will be able to interpret experimental results of optical and electron energy loss measurements and their use for condensed matter characterization Applying knowledge and understanding At the end of the course the students are expected to be able to analyze and interpret optical and particle energy loss experiments on the basis of the fundamental properties of the measured materials. Making judgments Students are expected to acquire the ability to evaluate critically the outcomes of basic experiments of condensed matter physics. Communication skills Students should acquire the capability of discussing problems related to the experimental data using the appropriate terminology. Learning skills Students will be able to learn easily the developments resulting from experiments of condensed matter physics.
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