Current Teaching Assignments
While teaching assignments vary from year to year, most courses are in the areas of electronics, condensed matter, and experimental physics.
Conduction in metals and semi-conductors; circuit analysis; semi-conductor junction, diode and transistor; rectification, switching and amplification; operational amplifiers, active filters; laboratory instruments.
Laboratory experiments to be selected from atomic physics, nuclear physics, solid state physics.
Energy bands in metals and semiconductors, dynamics of electrons, Fermi surfaces and transport properties of solids, magnetism, screening in electron gas, optical properties.
A Review of Laboratory experiments to be selected from atomic physics, nuclear physics, solid state physics.
Survey of experimental methods commonly used in condensed matter physics: optical and NMR spectroscopy, SQUID magnetometry, neutron and X-ray scattering, low-temperature and high-pressure technology. The techniques presented will vary. Designing experiments with advanced equipment and critical analysis of the results on both statistical and methodological grounds.