Advanced Materials Science and Engineering


Course Description

A historical account of the discovery and development of materials science & engineering, including in-depth discussion of metals, ceramics, semiconductors, and other strongly-correlated electron systems. Fundamental knowledge in development of energy materials and single crystal growth, introduction of the modern neutron & synchrotron X-ray scattering techniques based on worldwide national large facilities, review of the most updated research achievements in the study of advanced functional materials such as spintronic, multiferroicity, superconductivity, spin frustration, spic ice, solar cell, battery, etc..