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Course

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◎Course Structure
Degree: Master of Science
Points of Credit: Twnety-four
Four year limit: Students pursuing the Master degree must complete all requirements
including examinations and the defense of the thesis within four years of their first registration in the Master program of Physics department of NTNU.
 

compulsory courses
Optional courses (at least 3 points)
Quantum Mechanics (I), (II)    6 points in total
Statistical Mechanics (I)        3 points
Classical Electrodynamics (I)    3 points
Graduate Colloquium (I), (II), (III)   3 points in total
Two field-specific courses       6 points in total
Statistical Mechanics (II)      3 points
Classical Electrodynamics (II)  3 points
Classical Mechanics          3 points
 
 
◎Course Structure
◎ Degree: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Points of Credit: Eighteen
Seven year limit: Students pursuing the Ph. D degree must complete all requirements
including examinations and the defense of the doctoral dissertation within seven of their first registration in the Ph. D program of Physics department of NTNU.
 
compulsory courses
Quantum Mechanics (I), (II)        6 points in total
Statistical Mechanics (I)           3 points
Classical Electrodynamics (I), (II)   6 points in total
Classical Mechanics              3 points
 
1. Conditions on the fulfillment of the eighteen points of credit:
a. at least 3 points from field-specific courses
b. at least 3 points from special topics related to the Ph. D dissertation
c. at least 3 points from courses in other subfields
d. at least 3 points from graduate colloquium
2. Qualifying examination
3. Defense of thedoctoral dissertation
4. At least one research article published in or accepted by journals listed in SCI, SSCI, EI, or
TSSCI.
5. Serving as a teaching assistant in the department for at least one semester or having equivalent teaching experience.

School Timetable(Teaching in English)                        Fall Semester 2020
 
 
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
1
08:10
 
 
 
 
 
09:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
2
09:10
Classical Electrodynamics (I)
Chang, M.C. E302     
 
Solid State Physics (I)    
Wu, W.C. 
G002
 
 
Statistical Mechanics (I)
Lin, F.L.       G003
 
Quantum Mechanics (I)
Chen, C.R.        G002
 
 
Advanced Principle of Optics(I)
Lu, T.H.F101
 
 
10:00
3
10:20
11:10
4
11:20
12:10
5
12:20
 
 
 
 
 
13:10
 
 
 
 
 
6
13:20
General Relativity (I)
Pu, H.Y.      F102
Topics on Two Dimensional Quantum Materials (I)     F101
Lan,Y.W.        
 
Field Theory of Condensed Matter Physics (I)       F102
Chen, H.Y.
 
Topology in Condensed Matter Systems (I)
Chang, M.C.     F102
 
14:10
 
 
7
14:20
Seminar (I)(III)  B101
You, J.S.
 
15:10
 
8
15:30
 
16:20
9
16:30
 
 
 
 
 
17:20
10
17:30
18:20
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The predecessor of our department was the Physics program in the department of physics and chemistry, National Taiwan Normal College, founded in 1946. We branched out in 1962, established physics master program in 1974 and Ph.D. program in 1991. For a long time, it has been our duty to train secondary school physics teachers in Taiwan, while we were not forgetting to pursue innovation and improvement in the research. To date, we have produced an Academician of Academia Sinica and close to a hundred of researchers of Academia Sinica and professors of universities. Not to mention, we have also produced many of the high-tech specialists in all kinds of industry. After the secondary school teacher nurturelaw was amended in 1994, on the basis of what we have and with all our efforts, we have been promoting ourselves into an outstanding department emphasizing both basic research and applied science.

 

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