Education

The senior members at CNG participate in many different education activities at their departments, which include courses within nanotechnology on bachelor, master, and PhD levels. The courses attract students from all over Denmark as well as from abroad.

Topics in Graphene and other two-dimensional materials

The goal of the course is to (1) give the student a good understanding of the most important and often quite unique properties of graphene, (2) an overview of current graphene research as well as the ability to view it in critical light, as well as (3) sufficient knowledge to be able to write a detailed, technical research application, describing and arguing for an idea, in addition accounting for how it may be carried out in practice.

The course is a PhD course (DTU course 33621). Detailed information about the course can be found here.

Advanced Solid State Physics

The goal of the course is to provide the student with a more advanced understanding of the electronic structure of solid state and nanostructured systems with emphasis on the phenomena which require a description beyond the single-particle approximation, e.g. excites state properties and correlation effects. The course will enable the student to read the modern literature and undertake smaller research projects in the field.

The course is a master course (DTU course 10305). Detailed information about the course can be found here 

Electronic structure methods in material physics, biology and chemistry

The goal of the course is to give the student insight into modern electronic structure methods with special emphasis on the description of molecules and solids at the atomic level.

The course is a master course (DTU course 10302). Detailed information about the course can be found here.

Transport in Nanostructures

The technology to fabricate mesoscopic and nanoscopic devices is progressing rapidly. These systems possess, apart from forming the basis for future electronic components, many fascinating physical properties and research in this field is a central topic in modern condensed matter physics. The theoretical description requires advanced techniques based on many-body theory (e.g., Green functions and diagrammatic perturbation theory). The general goal of this course is to give the student some general acquaintance with these techniques, and an overview of the basic physics. This course also gives sufficient background knowledge for further studies of many-body physics, including a short resume of complex analysis (residue calculus).

The course is a master course (DTU course 33206). Detailed information about the course han be found here.

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21 NOVEMBER 2019