Nanotechnology of Disperse Systems | Winter Semester 2020/2021 /CourseID:1865

Detailed information

Most recent entry on 2020-11-20 

Organisational Unit

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Recording type

Vorlesungsreihe

Language

English

Course chapters

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Introducing the lecturer in four examples of nanostructured particle research
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-02
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00:09:19
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Defintions
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-03
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00:20:10
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Nanotechnology
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-03
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00:14:46
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Current status
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-03
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00:21:57
5
Overview
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-03
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00:05:59
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Introduction: Motivation
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-18
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00:19:55
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Fundamentals: Electromagnetic waves, Maxwell's equations and polarization
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-18
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00:20:45
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Fundamentals: Interaction of light with bulk materials (complex refractive index)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-18
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00:17:18
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Fundamentals: The physical interpretation of the refractive index for dielectrics (Lorentz model)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-18
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00:23:03
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Fundamentals: The physical interpretation of the refractive index for metals (Drude model)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-19
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00:28:49
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Fundamentals: The output of simulations and measurement techniques
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-19
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00:19:46
12
Interaction of particle systems with light: The optical properties of semiconductor quantum dots
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-19
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00:27:58
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Interaction of particle systems with light: The optical properties of periodically arranged particles
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-19
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00:20:36
14
Interaction of particle systems with light: The optical properties of very small particles
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-19
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00:18:37
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Interaction of particle systems with light: The optical properties of arbitrarily-sized spherical particles
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-19
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00:22:45
16
Interaction of particle systems with light: Beyond Mie theory
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-19
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00:26:52
17
Light scattering as a measurement tool: Introduction and single particle measurements
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-20
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00:17:21
18
Light scattering as a measurement tool: "Laser diffraction" particle sizers
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-20
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00:11:50
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Light scattering as a measurement tool: Dynamic light scattering
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-20
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00:25:45

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Tips for the exercise sessions (student presentations)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2020-11-05
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00:06:43

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