Seminar on Solid State Physics
Code  Completion  Credits  Range  Language 

11SFIPL  KZ  2  1+1  Czech 
 Lecturer:
 Ladislav Kalvoda (guarantor)
 Tutor:
 Ladislav Kalvoda (guarantor)
 Supervisor:
 Department of Solid State Engineering
 Synopsis:

1.Introduction of the Seminar and ?SSS? software features.
2.Module „bravais“  crystal structure and Xray diffraction in 2D ? theory
3.Simulations of diffractive phenomena related to following themes: crystal lattice versus crystal structure, primitive cell, elementary cell, lattice plane, reciprocal grid, Laue and Bragg condition, atomic scattering factor, structural factor, extinction, practical structural analysis
4.Module „laue“  Diffraction on perfect and imperfect crystals
5.Simulations: influence of structural disorder on diffraction pattern, atomization and thermal oscillations, quasi crystals
6.„born“ module  dynamics of crystalline grid in 1D ? theory
7.Simulations: planar waves, traveling and standing waves, normal modes, polarization, energy and momentum transport, infinite chain, chain of finite lenght, boundary conditions, wave packets, group and phase velocity, dispersion, pulses and their propagation, localized modes, anharmonicity
8.„debye“ module  lattice dynamics and thermal capacity ? theory
9.Simulations: Brillouine zone, dispersion relation, density of states, thermal energy, heat capacity
10.„drude“ module  dynamics of classical electron gas in 2D ? theory
11.Simulations: diffuse electron movement, electron drift in an external electric field, Haynes and Shockley experiment, electron mobility, electron motion in magnetic field, cyclotron frequency, Hall experiment, magnetorezistence
12.Assignment, elaboration and presentation of the seminar work.
 Requirements:

The subject follows the course Introduction of Solid State Physics (11UFPL). Basic computer skills are required.
 Syllabus of lectures:

1.Introduction of the Seminar and ?SSS? software features.
2.Module „bravais“  crystal structure and Xray diffraction in 2D ? theory
3.Simulations of diffractive phenomena related to following themes: crystal lattice versus crystal structure, primitive cell, elementary cell, lattice plane, reciprocal grid, Laue and Bragg condition, atomic scattering factor, structural factor, extinction, practical structural analysis
4.Module „laue“  Diffraction on perfect and imperfect crystals
5.Simulations: influence of structural disorder on diffraction pattern, atomization and thermal oscillations, quasi crystals
6.„born“ module  dynamics of crystalline grid in 1D ? theory
7.Simulations: planar waves, traveling and standing waves, normal modes, polarization, energy and momentum transport, infinite chain, chain of finite lenght, boundary conditions, wave packets, group and phase velocity, dispersion, pulses and their propagation, localized modes, anharmonicity
8.„debye“ module  lattice dynamics and thermal capacity ? theory
9.Simulations: Brillouine zone, dispersion relation, density of states, thermal energy, heat capacity
10.„drude“ module  dynamics of classical electron gas in 2D ? theory
11.Simulations: diffuse electron movement, electron drift in an external electric field, Haynes and Shockley experiment, electron mobility, electron motion in magnetic field, cyclotron frequency, Hall experiment, magnetorezistence
12.Assignment, elaboration and presentation of the seminar work.
 Syllabus of tutorials:

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 Study Objective:

The aim of the seminar is to familiarize students with basic concepts of solid state physics through the practical implementation of a set of simulation tasks performed on 1D and 2D models. Each block of tasks is always preceded by a brief explanation of the theoretical basis of simulation and interpretation of the achieved results. The course is implemented in the KIPL FJFI computer classroom using a set of simulation programs „SSS: Solid State Simulations“.
 Study materials:

Compulsory literature:
R.H. Silsbee, J. Dräger: Simulations for Solid State Physics: An interactive resource for students and teachers, 1st ed., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1997.
 Note:
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 The course is a part of the following study plans: