ECTS - - Applied Physics MS Program (without Thesis)
Compulsory Departmental Courses
MDES600 - Research Methodology and Communication Skills (3 + 0) 5
Rigorous, scholarly research, particularly theses or dissertations. Literature review, surveys, meta-analysis, empirical research design, formulating research questions, theory building, qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis methods, validity, reliability, triangulation, building evidences, writing research proposal
PHYS500 - Graduation Project (0 + 0) 40
Students determine the subject of their project and prepare a document containing written information about their selected topic. The course leads the students to use the knowledge they gained during their education in the department and additionally make literature survey.
PHYS502 - Electromagnetic Theory (3 + 0) 5
Vector analysis and vector algebra; electrostatics, the electric field, electric potential, conductors; potentials, Laplace?s Equation, method of images, multipole expansion; polarization; magnetostatics, magnetic vector potential, magnetic fields in matter; electrodynamics, Maxwell?s equations, conservation laws; electromagnetic waves, waves in
EE539 - Optical Communications (3 + 0) 5
Optical fiber structures, waveguiding and fabrication, attenuation, signal distortion, mode coupling, LEDs and LASERs, power launching and coupling, photo detectors, optical receivers, point-to-point links, line coding, coherent optical systems, photonic switching, unguided optical communication systems.
ENE303 - Modeling, Analysis and Simulation (3 + 0) 5
System as an interconnection of components, component models, interconnection of components, system models: block diagrams, state equations, transfer functions, analysis of static and dynamic systems, modeling mechanical, electrical, thermal and fluid systems, simulation using SIMULINK.
MATH587 - Applied Mathematics (3 + 0) 5
Calculus of variations: Euler-Lagrange equation, the first and second variations, necessary and sufficient conditions for extrema, Hamilton`s principle, and applications to Sturm-Liouville problems and mechanics; integral equations: Fredholm and Volterra integral equations, the Green?s function, Hilbert-Schmidt theory, the Neumann series and Fredho
PHYS511 - Quantum Transport (3 + 0) 5
Atomistic view of electrical resistance; Schrödinger equation; Self-consistent field; Basis functions; Bandstructure; Subbands; Capacitance; Multi-band effective mass Hamiltonian; Level broadening; Open systems; Coherent transport; Non-coherent transport; Atom to transistor; Advanced formalism.
PHYS512 - Introduction to Modeling and Analysis of Dynamic Systems (3 + 0) 5
Translational mechanical systems; Standard forms for system models; Block diagrams; Computer solutions with MATLAB and FORTRAN; Rotational mechanical systems; Electrical systems; Laplace transform solutions of linear models.
PHYS513 - Quantum Phenomena (3 + 0) 5
Effective mass equation; Fermi's golden rule; Equilibrium and steady state; Restoration of equilibrium; Phonon emission and absorption rates; Lifetime and momentum relaxation time; Hot electrons; Transport from a single-particle viewpoint; Transport in the collective picture; Boltzman transport equation; Single-band & multi-band effective mass
Technical Elective Courses
PHYS510 - FORTRAN for Scientists and Engineers (3 + 0) 5
UNIX/LINUX platforms for FORTRAN, basic UNIX/LINUX commands, introduction to computers, introduction to programming, elements of FORTRAN, control statements and loops, Do loops, arrays and subscripted variables, formatted input/output, character arrays, subprograms, files in FORTRAN, professional programming in FORTRAN, comparison of FORTRAN 77 wit
PHYS515 - Condensed Matter Theory (3 + 0) 5
Crystals and three-dimensional lattices, scattering and structures, surfaces and interfaces, beyond crystals, the Fermi gas and single electron model, non-interacting electrons in a periodic potential, nearly free and tightly bound electrons, electron-electron interactions, cohesion of solids, phonons, electronic properties of metals and semicondu
PHYS516 - Physics of Semiconductor Devices (3 + 0) 5
Energy bands and carrier concentration in thermal equailibrium, carrier transport phenomena, p-n junction, bipolar transistors and related devices, MOS capacitor and MOSFET; MESFET and related devices, light emitting diodes and lasers, photodetectors and solar cells
PHYS517 - Modern Applied Optics (3 + 0) 5
Historical mile stones of light and optics, Newton?s light particles, Huygens? light waves, Planck?s and Einstein?s hypothesis of light quanta, basics of the classical description of light, quantum mechanical understanding of light (Quantum Optics), light detectors, light absorption, introduction to lasers, stimulated emission,population inversion
PHYS518 - Advanced Photonics (3 + 0) 5
Guided-wave optics and fiber optics, total internal reflection, photons in semiconductors, semiconductor laser sources, semiconductor laser amplifiers, semiconductor injection lasers, semiconductor photon detectors, photoconductors and photodiods, electro-optics and its applications, electro-optics of liquid crystals and anisoptopic media, photore