2017 Advanced Course of Quantum Chemistry

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Graduate major in Materials Science and Engineering
Iwamoto Mitsumasa 
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at Tsinghua Univ. (清華大学開講科目)  
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Course description and aims

Students will study the material science and engineering in terms of the fundamentals and the future development of Quantum chemistry and its practical applications.

Student learning outcomes

Understand the fandamentals and applications of Quantum Chemistry


quantum physics, wave equation, electronic state, molecular orbit, chemical reaction

Competencies that will be developed

Specialist skills Intercultural skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills Practical and/or problem-solving skills

Class flow

intensive course

Course schedule/Required learning

  Course schedule Required learning
Class 1 This class composes of the advanced topics associated with quantum chemistry as follows, Introduction : Quantum chemicsty and materials science Quantum theory and wave equation Electronic state of atom Fundamental and application of approximation method Treatment of the system of multiple atoms and its application Molecular orbit and structure Molecular orbit and chemical reaction Through this class, student will learn the fundermental and application of tunnelling scanning microscope, atomic force microscopy, conductive polymer, structure and properties of fuctional polymer, catalitic effect and electronic structure, etc. Follow the instruction of lecturer.


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Reference books, course materials, etc.

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Assessment criteria and methods

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Related courses

  • MAT.A203 : Quantum Mechanics of Materials

Prerequisites (i.e., required knowledge, skills, courses, etc.)

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