The course is oriented towards advanced topics of solid state physics and their applications in engineering practice and natural sciences. The aim of the course is to impart knowledge of the physical substance, theoretical description, and interpretation of various phenomena and properties following from the variety of the internal structure of solids, to explain the main methods of their experimental study and computer-based modelling, and to give an overview of the present-day and potential applications used for investigating these phenomena and properties, and to introduce the interdisciplinary relations. The course also comprises specialized laboratory training and independent student projects based on individually assigned topics, thanks to which graduates can get a better insight into the issue and use in practice their knowledge acquired throughout the course. These projects can often result in quite new findings publishable in professional periodicals or applicable to the development of new engineering technologies.
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