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Keizo MURATA@


@Electron Physics Group (Highly Correlated System) Dep of Material Science @Graduate School of Science
Tel : +81-(0)6-6605-2509(office) , Fax : +81-(0)6-6690-2710(office)
E-Mail : muratak
  @sci.osaka-cu.ac.jp

œSubject:
Search for new electronic properites or phases of highly correlated system (Organic Conductors or Superconductors, Oxide cnductors) and solve their mechanism
œMethods:
Transport and Thermodynamic Properties under the combined conditions of High Pressure, Temperature(Down to 10 mK), and High Magnetic Field.
œAcademic Societies Membership:
Physical Society of Japan, The Japan Society of High Pressure Science and Technology, Cryogenic Society of Japan.
œHobby:
tennis, ski, climbing.
œInterests:
language+culture+geography, archaelogy, history.
œRecent Trip aboad:
Bad Gastein, Zalzburg (Austria), Krakow (Poland), Tallahasee, Aspen, Los Alamos, Waikiki (USA), Paris (France), Leiden (Netherland), Auckland (New Zealand), Shanghai, Donhuang, Urumchi, Beijing(China). La Rochelle(France), Seoul(Korea), Sydney(Australia), Tiruchirapalli, Mumbai, Hyderabad(India) .
œMotto:
Under Construction.

Lectures

303 Fundamentals for Physics I

Fundamentals of Physics, I
1st semester 2nd grade under graduate
Tuesday 2nd class
by Prof. Keizo MURATA
œTarget:
Oscillation of particle and the nature of wave have common mathematical basis. The target of this lecture is to get familiar with the word and mathematics of Mechanics, Electrodynamics, Solid State Physics, Energy Transfer. Fourier Analysis, Functional Spaces are to be given. These will be useful for quantum mechanics, solid state physics, analysis for experiment.
œContents:
1. Oscillation, Damping Oscillation, Forced Oscilation, Resonance, Energy Transfer(impedance mathing, Q-value of oscillation.)
2. Oscillation of Many Particles,
3. Component Analysis of Oscillation(Fourier Transform)
4. One-Dimensinal Wave, Three Dimensional Wave.
œEvaluation: Examination taking account of participation to lecture.
œText Books:
Reference Book: Yosuke Nagaoka "Oscillatin and Wave" Shokabo,
@@@@Seiichi Kagoshima "Introduction to Oscillatin and Wave", Science Inc.


304 Fundamentals for Physics II

Fundamentals of Physics, II
2nd semester 2nd grade under graduate
Tuesday 2nd class
by Prof. Keizo MURATA
œTarget:
Maxwell's Equation, Vector Analysis, Coordinate Transformation. Understanding of functional space and of what is the good quantum state. If the such mathematical space is felt to be beautiful, that is satisfactory. Introductin of Complex Analysis.
œContents:
@@Following the Fundamentals for Physics I,
5. Maxwell's Equation
6. Vector
7. Coordinate Transformation
8. Orthogonality of Function, Ground States
9. What is good Quantum State?
10. Complex Function
11. Transition Probability
œEvaluation: Examination taking account of participation to lecture.
œComment: Based on the understandings of "Fundamentals of Physics, I"
œText Books:
Text Book: Yosuke Nagaoka "Oscillatin and Wave" Shokabo,
Reference Book: Landau Lifschitz"Quantum Mechanics"


335 Electron Physics I

Electronic Properties in Condensed Materials, I
2nd semester 3rd grade under graduate
Thursday 1st class
by Prof. Keizo MURATA
œTarget:
To get the fundamental notion of solid state physics.
œContents:
Reciprocal Space, Periodic Potential, Cohesion, Phonon, Free Electron Gas, Energy Band, Bloch's Theorem, Semiconductor, Fermi Surface of Metals. Introduction to Organic Conductors.
œEvaluation: Examination taking account of participation to lecture.
œText Books:
Reference Books, C.Kittel; uIntroduction to Solid State Physics, 7th ed.vJohn Wiley and Sons.


336 Electron Physics II


Electronic Properties in Condensed Materials, II
1st semester 4th grade under graduate
Monday 1st Class.
by Prof. Keizo MURATA
œTarget:
To obtain fundamental notion of various phases that appear in solid state. To obtain certain level of language that is required for conversation of phyisics. Order parameter, phase transitions are the important terms.
œContents:
Electron motion under electric/magnetic field and their relation to phase transitions. Low dimensinal electron system and associated phase transitions, density wave, superconductivity.
œEvaluation: Examination taking account of participation to lecture.
œComment:
Based on the understanding of Electron Physics I.
œText Books:
Reference Books: C.Kittel; "Introduction to Solid State Physics, 7th ed."John Wiley and Sons,
C.Kittel;"Quantum Theory of Solids" Wiley. Tinkham;"Introduction to Superconductivity."


"For Graduate Course: Electron Physics"

Electronic Properties in Condensed Materials
Every Two Years
by Prof. Keizo MURATA Open to students of different graduate and under graduate courses.
œContents:
Physics of organic conductors exhibit so much various electronic states, i.e. normal electronic states, superconductivity, spin density wave, field-induced-spin density wave, or localized or itinerant electronic states. It is therefore called the small universe of the solid state physics. Interference effect of electron, quantum Hall effect. Attraction is limitless. These Phenomena is associated with the delicate and gifted geometry of Fermi surface and electronic correlation. There so many new phenomena coming out and this field is full of dreamful topics.
  Furhter it should be noted that this field has been cultivated and being constructed with the cooperation of physicist and chemist with special background each. The exchange between both fields will be more and more important.
œReference Books:
G. Gruner: "Density Wave in Solids", Japanese Translation by Keizo Murata and
Seiichi Kagoshima@1999.3, ISBN4-621-04562-8


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