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115101004 
Physics 
Electrodynamics 
Prof. Amol Dighe 
Web 
IIT Bombay 
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 Lecture 1 : Maxwell?s equations: a review
 Lecture 2 : Solving static boundary value problems
 Lecture 3 : Time dependent EM fields: relaxation, propagation
 Lecture 4 : Energy in electric and magnetic fields
 Lecture 5 : EM waves with boundaries
 Lecture 6 7 : EM waves in confined spaces
 Lecture 8 : EM wave equation with sources
 Lecture 9 : EM radiation
 Lecture 1011 : Multipole radiation
 Lecture 12 : Problems
 Lecture 1 : From electrodynamics to Special Relativity
 Lecture 2 : Lorentz transformations of observables
 Lecture 3 : Relativistic energy and momentum
 Lecture 4 : Covariant and contravariant 4vectors
 Lecture 5 : Metric and higherrank 4tensors
 Lecture 6 : Tensor calculus
 Lecture 7 : Relativistic kinematics: scattering and decay
 Lecture 8 : EM field tensor and Maxwell?s equations
 Lectures 9 10: Lagrangian formulation of relativistic mechanics
 Lecture 11 : Lagrangian formulation of relativistic ED
 Lecture 12 : Problem
 Lectures 1 2 : Motion of charges in E and B fields
 Lecture 3 : EM potentials from a moving charge (LienardWiechert)
 Lectures 45 : EM fields from a uniformly moving charge
 Lectures 67 : Cherenkov radiation
 Lecture 8 : Radiation from an accelerating charge
 Lecture 9 : Radiation from linear motion: Bremsstrahlung
 Lectures 1011 : Radiation from circular orbits: Synchrotron
 Lectures 1213 : Radiation reaction force
 Lectures 1415 : EM radiation passing through matter
 Lecture 16 : Problems

115101005 
Physics 
Electromagnetic Theory 
Prof. D.K. Ghosh 
Video 
IIT Bombay 
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 L1Scalar field and its Gradient
 L2Line and Surface Integrals
 L3Divergence and Curl of Vector Fields
 L4Conservative Field, Stoke's Theorem
 L5Laplacian
 L6Electric Field Potential
 L7Gauss's Law, Potential
 L8Electric Field and Potential
 L9Potential and Potential Energy
 L10Potential and Potential Energy II
 L11Potential and Potential Energy III
 L12Coefficients of Potential and Capacitance
 L13Poission and Laplace Equation
 L14Solutions of Laplace Equation
 L15Solutions of Laplace Equation II
 L16Solutions of Laplace Equation III
 L17Special Techniques
 L18Special Techniques II
 L19Special Techniques III
 L20Dielectrics
 L21Dielectrics II
 L22Dielectrics III
 L23Equation of Continuity
 L24a) Force between current loops b) Magnetic Vector Potential
 L25Magnetic Vector Potential
 L26Boundary Conditions
 L27Magnetized Material
 L28Magentostatics (contd..),Time Varying Field (Introduction)
 L29Faraday's Law and Inductance
 L30Maxwell's Equations
 L31Maxwell's Equations and Conservation Laws
 L32Conservation Laws
 L33a) Angular Momentum Conservation b) Electromagnetic Waves
 L34Electromagnetic Waves
 L35Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves in a metal
 L36Waveguides
 L37Waveguides II
 L38Resonating Cavity
 L39Radiation
 L40Radiation II

115101009 
Physics 
Ideas and methods in condensed matter theory 
Dr. Kedar Damle 
Web 
IIT Bombay 
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 Lecture 1: Overview of course and index of topics
 Lecture 2: Review and preview
 Lecture 3: Conceptual overview
 Lecture 4: Linear response theoryI (Derivation of response kernel)
 Lecture 5: Linear response theoryII (Properties of response kernel)
 Lecture 6: FluctuationDisspation theorem and introduction to systems of interest
 Lecture 7: Path integral representation and spin coherent states
 Lecture 8: Path integral for spin systems
 Lecture 9: Path integral for spin systems: Berry Phase
 Lecture 10: Introduction to quantum antiferro magnets
 Lecture 11: Longwavelength expansion in the Neel state Energetic terms
 Lecture 12 : Expanding the Berry phase term
 Lecture 13 : Berry phase in d = 1 and d = 2 antiferromagnets
 Lecture 14 : Probes of quantum antiferromagnetism
 Lecture 15 : Manyparticle quantum mechanics: Algebraic preliminaries and wavefunction description
 Lecture 16 : Manybody physics in secondquantized language
 Lecture 17 : Path integral description of manybody physics
 Lecture 18 : Calculating with the Bosonic path integral
 Lecture 19 : Phases and excitations of the BoseHubbard model
 Lecture 20 : Effective field theory for the BoseHubbard model
 Lecture 21 : Spin wave theory for quantum rotor model
 Lecture 22 : of Quantum rotor analysis of instability of N?el state to quantum and thermal fluctuations
 Lecture 23 : The MerminWagner theorem
 Lecture 24 : Renormalization group approach to the breakdown of spinwave theory : Basic ideas and formalism
 Lecture 25 : Renormalization group for the quantum rotor model: Details and the flow equation
 Lecture 26 : Renormalization group approach to the quantum rotor model: Phases and phase transitions
 Lecture 27 : Renormalization group approach to the quantum rotor model: Finite temperature properties
 Lecture 28: Low energy rotor description of the superfluid state and transition to insulating behaviour
 Lecture 29 : Vortices and their interactions
 Lecture 30 : Statistical mechanics of vortices  consequences for superfluid density
 Lecture 31 : Kosterlitz Thouless theory

115101010 
Physics 
Quantum Mechanics I 
Prof. S.H. Patil 
Web 
IIT Bombay 
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 Chapter 1 : Prelude to Quantum theory
 Chapter 2 : Introduction to Quantum ideas
 Chapter 3 : Elements of Quantum Mechanics
 Chapter 4 : Quantum mechanics in 1dimension
 Chapter 5 : Quantum mechanics in 2dimension
 Chapter 6 : Quantum mechanics in 3dimension
 Chapter 7 :Miscellaneous topics
 Tutorials

115101011 
Physics 
Special Theory of Relativity 
Prof. Shiva Prasad 
Video 
IIT Bombay 
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 L1Problem with Classical Physics
 L2MichelsonMorley Experiment
 L3Postulates of Special Theory of Relativity and Galilean Transformation
 L4Look out for a New Transformation
 L5Lorentz Transformation
 L6Length Contraction and Time Dilation
 L7Examples of Length Contraction and Time Dilation
 L8Velocity Transformation and Examples
 L9A Three Event Problem
 L10A Problem involving Light and Concept of Casuality
 L11Problems involving Casuality and Need to Redefine Momentum
 L12Minikowski Space and Four Vectors
 L13Proper Time a Four Scalar
 L14Velocity Four Vector
 L15Momentum Energy Four Vector
 L16Relook at Collision Problems
 L17Zero Rest Mass Particle and Photon
 L18Doppler Effect in Light
 L19Example in CFrame
 L20Force in Relativity
 L21Force FourVector
 L22Electric & Magnetic Field Transformation
 L23Example of EM Field Transformation
 L24Current Density Four Vector and Maxwell Equation

115101012 
Physics 
Superconductivity 
Prof. P.P. Singh,Prof. A.V. Mahajan 
Web 
IIT Bombay 
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 Lecture 1: Historical review and a survey of properties of superconductors.
 Lecture 1: Electrical conductivity and heat capacity followed by problem solving
 Lecture 2: Magnetic susceptibility and Hall Effect followed by problem solving
 Lecture 1: Two fluid model for superconductivity and London equations
 Lecture 2: Solution of London equations and free energy calculations
 Lecture 1: Basic thermodynamics and magnetism
 Lecture 2: Application to the superconducting transition followed by problem solving
 Lecture 1: Free energy formulation
 Lecture 2: Determination of coefficients Alpha and Beta in the absence of fields and gradients
 Lecture 3: GL equations in presence of fields currents and gradients
 Lecture 4: Coherence length, flux quantum, field penetration in a slab
 Lecture 5: Type II superconductivity, fluxoid quantisation
 Lecture 6: Critical field of thin films
 Lecture 7: Field and order parameter variation inside a vortex
 Lecture 1: CooperPair Problem: Schroedinger Equation for Two Interacting Electrons
 Lecture 2: CooperPair Problem: Solution for Zero CenterofMass Momentum
 Lecture 3: CooperPair Problem: Bound States
 Lecture 4: Spatial Extent of CooperPair Wavefunction
 Lecture 5: CooperPair Problem Using Second Quantization
 Lecture 6: ElectronPhonon Interaction in Metals
 Lecture 7: Macroscopic Coherent States of Harmonic Oscillator
 Lecture 8: BCS Theory: BCS Wavefunction
 Lecture 9: BCS Wavefunction in terms of 2mparticle states
 Lecture 10: Number of Particles and Phase as Canonically Conjugate Variables
 Lecture 11: BCS Reduced Hamiltonian
 Lecture 12: Variational Determination of the Energy of the BCS Ground State.
 Lecture 13: Elementary Excitations and the BogoliubovValatin Transformation
 Lecture 14: BogoliubovValatin Canonical Transformation and the Model Hamiltonian
 Lecture 15: Superconducting Energy Gap and Its Temperature Dependence
 Lecture 16: Superconducting Transition Temperature
 Lecture 17: Heat Capacity and other Thermodynamic Properties
 Lecture 1: Quasiparticle Tunneling: EnergyLevel Diagrams
 Lecture 2: Quasiparticle Tunneling: Microscopic Theory
 Lecture 3: Pair Tunneling and the TimeDependent Perturbation Theory
 Lecture 4: Pair Tunneling, Modified BogoliubovValatin Transformation and the Josephson Effects
 Lecture 1 : Equivalent circuit for Josephson junction and analysis
 Lecture 2 : Josephson junctions in a field, SQUIDs and other application
 Lecture 1: Experimental probes of superconductivity1
 Lecture 2 : Experimental probes of superconductivity2
 Lecture 1 : Unconventional superconductors

115102014 
Physics 
Electronics 
Prof. D.C. Dube 
Video 
IIT Delhi 
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 pn diode
 pn Junction/Diode(Contd.)
 pn diode (contd.)
 Diode Application
 Transistors
 Reverse  bias (Contd.)
 Transistors (Continue)
 Transistors (Contd.)
 Biasing a transistor unit 2 contd.
 Biasing of transistor
 H and R Parameters and their use in small amplifiers
 Small signal amplifiers analysis using H  Parameters
 Small signal amplifiers analysis using R  Parameters
 R  analysis (Contd.)
 Common Collector(CC) amplifier (Contd.)
 Feedback in amplifiers, Feedback Configurations and multi stage amplifiers
 Reduction in nonlinear distortion
 Input/Output impedances in negative feedback amplifiers (Contd.)
 RC Coupled Amplifiers
 RC Coupled Amplifiers (Contd.)
 RC Coupled Amplifiers (Contd..)
 FETs ans MOSFET
 FETs ans MOSFET (Contd.)
 Depletion  MOSFET
 Drain and transfer characteristic of E  MOSFET
 Self Bias (Contd.) Design Procedure
 FET/MOSFET Amplifiers and their Analysis
 CMOS Inverter
 CMOS Inverter (contd.)
 Power Amplifier
 Power Amplifier (contd.)
 Power Amplifier (contd..)
 Power Amplifier (contd...)
 Differential and Operational Amplifier
 Differential and Operational Amplifier (Contd.) dc and ac analysis
 Differential and Operational Amplifier dc and ac analysis (Contd.)
 Operational Amplifiers
 Operational amplifiers in open loop (Contd.)
 Summing Amplifiers
 Frequency response of an intigration
 Filters
 Specification of OP Amplifiers

115102017 
Physics 
Nuclear Science & Engineering 
Dr. Santanu Ghosh 
Web 
IIT Delhi 
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 Content and Lecture Plan[module 1]
 Basic Properties of Nucleus [Lecture 1]
 Shape of the Nucleus: Electric Moments and magnetic Moment [Lecture 2]
 Binding Energy of a Nucleus [Lecture 3]
 Examples with hints for lectures 1 to 3 [Lecture 4]
 Liquid Drop Model: Nuclear Stability [Lecture 5]
 Liquid Drop Model: Nuclear Stability (Contd.) [Lecture 6]
 Magic Nuclei and Nuclear Shell Model [Lecture 7]
 Examples with hints for lectures 5 to 7 [Lecture 8]
 Bibliography [module 1]
 Content and Lecture Plan[module 2]
 Generation of energetic particles in accelerators [Lecture 1]
 Interaction of photons with matter [Lecture 3]
 Gas Detectors [Lecture 4]
 Gas Detectors (Contd.)[Lecture 5]
 Solid State Detector [Lecture 6]
 Scintillation Detectors [Lecture 7]
 Nuclear Electronics for Signal processing [Lecture 8]
 Bibliography [module 2]
 Contents and Lecture plans [module3]
 Fundamentals of Nuclear Reactions, Reaction energy and Model [Lecture 1]
 Reaction Cross section and Examples of various Nuclear Reactions [Lecture 2]
 Fission Reaction Mechanism, Energy in Fission Reaction and Basic Formulation on Fission Reactor [Lecture 3]
 Basic Design Aspects of a Fission Reactor [Lecture 4]
 Basic Design Aspects of a Fission Reactor (Contd.)[Lecture 5]
 Basic Fusion Process, Stellar Evolution and Fusion Reaction Rate [Lecture 6]
 Fusion Reactions in the Plasma and Reactor Design Aspects [Lecture 7]
 Various issues related to Tokamak and the present status [Lecture 8]
 Bibliography [module 3]
 Contents and Lecture plans [module4]
 Basic Formulation of Radioactivity [Lecture 1]
 Theory of Successive Transformation and Radioactive Equilibrium [Lecture 2]
 Basic Formulation on Radioactive Dating process [Lecture 3]
 Accelerator Mass Spectrometry [Lecture 4]
 Radiation Dosimetry and Interaction of Nuclear Radiation with Biological Specimen [Lecture 5]
 Radioisotopes and Their Use in Medical Diagnostics [Lecture 6]
 Nuclear Radiation Based Therapy [Lecture 7]
 Practical Examples Related To Above Topics [Lecture 8]
 Bibliography [module 4]
 Interaction of energetic charged particles with matter [Lecture 2]
 Contents and Lecture plans [module5]
 Neutron Activation Analysis (NAA) [Lecture 1]
 Neutron Activation Analysis (NAA)(Continued) [Lecture 2]
 Rutherford Back Scattering Spectrometry (RBS) [Lecture 3]
 Rutherford Back Scattering Spectrometry (RBS) (Continued) [Lecture 4]
 Nuclear reaction Analysis (NRA) [Lecture 5]
 Nuclear reaction Analysis (NRA) (Continued) [Lecture 6]
 Particle induced Xray emission (PIXE)[Lecture 7]
 Particle induced Xray emission (PIXE) (Continued) [Lecture 8]
 Bibliography [module 5]

115102020 
Physics 
Plasma Physics: Fundamentals and Applications 
Prof. V.K. Tripathi,Prof. Vijayshri 
Video 
IIT Delhi 
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 Introduction to Plasmas
 Plasma Response to fields: Fluid Equations
 DC Conductivity and Negative Differential Conductivity
 RF Conductivity of Plasma
 RF Conductivity of Plasma Contd
 Hall Effect, Cowling Effect and Cyclotron Resonance Heating
 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Plasma
 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Plasma Contd
 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation Inhomogeneous Plasma
 Electrostatic Waves in Plasmas
 Energy Flow with an Electrostatic Wave
 Two Stream Instability
 Relativistic electron Beam Plasma Interaction
 Cerenkov Free Electron Laser
 Free Electron Laser
 Free Electron Laser: Energy gain
 Free Electron Laser: Wiggler Tapering and Compton Regime Operation
 Weibel Instability
 Rayleigh Taylor Instability
 Single Particle Motion in Static Magnetic and Electric Fields
 Plasma Physics Grad B and Curvature Drifts
 Adiabatic Invariance of Magnetic Moment and Mirror confinement
 Mirror machine
 Thermonuclear fusion
 Tokamak
 Tokamak operation
 Auxiliary heating and current drive in tokamak
 Electromagnetic waves propagation in magnetise plasma
 Longitudinal electromagnetic wave propagation cutoffs, resonances and faraday rotation
 Electromagnetic propagation at oblique angles to magnetic field in a plasma
 Low frequency EM waves magnetized plasma
 Electrostatic waves in magnetized plasma
 Ion acoustic, ion cyclotron and magneto sonic waves in magnetized plasma
 VIasov theory of plasma waves
 Landau damping and growth of waves
 Landau damping and growth of waves Contd
 Anomalous resistivity in a plasma
 Diffusion in plasma
 Diffusion in magnetized plasma
 Surface plasma wave
 Laser interaction with plasmas embedded with clusters
 Current trends and epilogue

115102022 
Physics 
Quantum Electronics 
Prof. K. Thyagarajan 
Video 
IIT Delhi 
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 Introduction
 Anisotropic Media
 Anisotropic Media (Contd.)
 Anisotropic Media (Contd..)
 Nonlinear optical effects and nonlinear polarization
 Non  Linear Optics (Contd.)
 Non  Linear Optics (Contd..)
 Non  Linear Optics (Contd...)
 Non  Linear Optics (Contd....)
 Non  Linear Optics  Quasi Phase Matching
 Non  Linear Optics
 Non Linear Optics contd
 Non Linear Optics contd.
 Non Linear Optics contd..
 Non Linear Optics contd...
 Non Linear Optics contd....
 Non Linear Optics contd.....
 Non Linear Optics contd......
 Non Linear Optics contd.......
 Third Order Non  Linear Effects
 Third Order Non  Linear Effects(Contd.)
 Third Order Non  Linear Effects(Contd..)
 Third Order Non  Linear Effects(Contd...)
 Review of Quantum Mechanics
 Review of Quantum Mechanics (Contd.)
 Review of Quantum Mechanics (Contd..)
 Quantization of EM Field
 Quantization of EM Field (Contd.)
 Quantization of EM Field (Contd..)
 Quantum States of EM Field
 Quantum States of EM Field (Contd.)
 Quantization of EM Field (Contd...)
 Quantization of EM Field (Contd....)
 Quantization of EM Field (Contd.....)
 Quantization of EM Field (Contd......)
 Quantization of EM Field (Contd.......)
 Beam Splitter
 Beam Splitter (Contd..)
 Beam Splitter and Balanced Homodyning
 Balanced Homodyning
 Quantum Picture of Parametric Down Conversion
 Questions

115102023 
Physics 
Quantum Mechanics and Applications 
Prof. Ajoy Ghatak 
Video 
IIT Delhi 
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 Basic Quantum Mechanics I: Wave Particle Duality
 Basic Quantum Mechanics II: The Schrodinger Equation and The Dirac Delta Function
 Dirac Delta Function & Fourier Transforms
 The Free Particle
 Physical Interpretation of The Wave Function
 Expectation Values & The Uncertainty Principle
 The Free Particle (Contd.)
 Interference Experiment & The Particle in a Box Problem
 On Eigen Values and Eigen Functions of the 1 Dimensional Schrodinger Equation
 Linear Harmonic Oscillator
 Linear Harmonic Oscillator (Contd1.)
 Linear Harmonic Oscillator (Contd2.)
 Linear Harmonic Oscillator (Contd3.)
 Tunneling through a Barrier
 The 1Dimensional Potential Wall & Particle in a Box
 Particle in a Box and Density of States
 The Angular Momentum Problem
 The Angular Momentum Problem (Contd.)
 The Hydrogen Atom Problem
 The Two Body Problem
 TheTwo Body Problem: The Hydrogen atom, The Deutron and The Diatomic Molecule
 Two Body Problem: The Diatomic molecule (contd.) and the 3 Dimensional Oscillator
 3d Oscillator & Dirac's Bra and Ket Algebra
 Dirac?s Bra and Ket Algebra
 Dirac?s Bra and Ket Algebra : The Linear Harmonic Oscillator
 The Linear Harmonic Oscillator using Bra and Ket Algebra (contd.)
 The Linear Harmonic Oscillator: Coherent State and Relationship with the Classical Oscillator
 Coherent State and Relationship with the Classical Oscillator
 Angular Momentum Problem using Operator Algebra
 Angular Momentum Problem (contd.)
 Pauli Spin Matrices and The Stern Gerlach Experiment
 The Larmor Precession and NMR Spherical Harmonics using Operator Algebra
 Addition of Angular Momentum: Clebsch Gordon Coefficient
 Clebsch Gordon Coefficients
 The JWKB Approximation
 The JWKB Approximation: Use of Connection Formulae to solve Eigen value Problems.
 The JWKB Approximation: Use of Connection Formulae to calculate Tunneling Probability.
 The JWKB Approximation: Tunneling Probability Calculations and Applications.
 The JWKB Approximation: Justification of the Connection Formulae
 Time Independent Perturbation Theory
 Time Independent Perturbation Theory (Contd.1)
 Time Independent Perturbation Theory (Contd.2)

115102025 
Physics 
Fundamental concepts of semiconductors 
Dr. G. Vijaya Prakash 
Web 
IIT Delhi 
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 Introduction
 Crystal Structure
 Dynamics of electrons in periodic potential
 Band gaps in semiconductors
 Holes and effective mass concept
 Density of states
 Extrinsic semiconductors
 Degenerate and nondegenerate semiconductors
 Scattering Phenomena
 Macroscopic Transport
 Carrier transport
 Optical processes in semiconductors(Introduction)
 Optical absorption transitions in semiconductors ( eh pair production):
 Radiative and nonradiative recombination process
 Overall carrier transport process
 Semiconductor as a device (Introduction)
 Fabrication of devices
 Principles of pn junctions (homojunctions):
 Diodes

115102026 
Physics 
Semiconductor Optoelectronics 
Prof. M. R. Shenoy 
Video 
IIT Delhi 
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 Context and Scope of the Course
 Energy Bands in Solids
 EK Diagram
 The Density of States
 The Density of States (contd..)
 The Density of states in a Quantum well Structure
 Occupation Probability and Carrier Concentration
 Carrier Concentration and Fermi Level
 Quasi Fermi Levels
 Semiconductor Materials
 Semiconductor HetrostructuresLatticeMatched Layers
 Strained Layer Epitaxy and Quantum Well Structures
 Bandgap Engineering
 Hetrostructure pn junctions
 Schottky Junction and Ohmic Contacts
 Fabrication of Heterostructure Devices
 Interaction od Photons with Electrons and Holes in a Semiconductor
 Optical Joint Density of States
 Rates of Emission and Absorption
 Amplication by Stimulated Emission
 The Semiconductor (Laser) Amplifier
 Absorption Spectrum of Semiconductor
 Gain and Absorption Spectrum of Quantum Well Structures
 Electroabsorption Modulator
 Electroabsorption Modulator  II Device Configuration
 MidTerm Revision Question and Discussion
 Part  III Semiconductor Light Sources
 Light Emitting DiodeI Device Structure and Parameters
 Light Emitting DiodeII Device Chracteristics
 Light Emitting DiodeIII Output Characteristics
 Light Emitting DiodeIV Modulation Bandwidth
 Light Emitting DiodeV materials and Applications
 Laser Basics
 Semiconductor Laser  I Device Structure
 Semiconductor Laser  II Output Characteristics
 Semiconductor Laser  III Single Frequency Lasers
 Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser (VCSEL)
 Quantum Well Laser
 Practical Laser Diodes and Handling
 General Characteristics of Photodetectors
 Responsivity and Impulse Response
 Photoconductors
 Semiconductor PhotoDiodes
 Semiconductor PhotoDiodes II : APD
 Other Photodectors
 Photonic Integrated Circuits

115103028 
Physics 
Advanced Statistical Mechanics 
Dr. S.B. Santra 
Web 
IIT Guwahati 
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 Specification of macrostates and microstates
 Statistical ensembles
 Thermodynamics in different ensembles
 Nature of Particles and Statistics
 Thermodynamic Stability, positive response function and convexity of free energy
 Continuous Phase transition or Critical phenomena
 Morphology, fluctuation and correlation
 Correlation in terms of fluctuation and response
 Critical exponents
 Values of Critical exponents and their characteristics
 How to proceed?
 Spin1/2 Ising Model
 Two dimensional Ising Model
 Spin1 Ising Model
 Models and universality
 Mean field theory for Fluids
 Determination of critical point and the critical exponents
 Mean field theory for magnetic systems
 Solution of Mean field equation of state
 Determination of Mean field critical exponents
 Critical exponents of correlation length and correlation function
 Bethe approximation
 Bethe approximation for Ising model on 2dimensional square lattice
 Landau theory of phase transition
 Critical behavior with Landau potential
 The methodology
 Eigenvalues and eigenvectors of T
 Isothermal susceptibility
 Example:1
 Example:2
 High Temperature series expansion
 Twodimensional Ising Model
 Duality transformation and Determination of Tc
 Extrapolation methods of a series
 Monte Carlo Technique for Physical Systems
 Markov chain
 MC simulation of Ising Model
 Measurements
 Homogeneous Function
 Scaling hypothesis and Free energy function
 Renormalization Group (RG)
 RG Operation
 Free Energy as generalized homogeneous function
 Determination of critical exponents
 Application of RG to 1d spin 1/2 Ising Model
 Determination of fixed point

115103038 
Physics 
Physics of Magnetic Recording and Recording Media 
Dr. A. Perumal,Prof. A. Srinivasan 
Web 
IIT Guwahati 
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 History and overview of magnetic recording
 Magnetic Tapes
 Magnetic Anisotropy 1
 Magnetic Anisotropy 2
 Soft and Hard magnetic materials and StonerWohlfarth theory
 Electronic structure of normal metals
 Ferromagnetic metals and Half metals : I
 Ferromagnetic metals and Half metals : II
 Spin dependent scattering
 Spin polarization
 The Writing process
 Nature of the transitions in the writing process: I
 Nature of the transitions in the writing process : II
 Model for the writing process
 Effect of imaging from the head and the relaxation of transition parameter
 Different types of writing process
 The Read back Voltage
 Readback from a single transition
 Pulse width and Current Optimization
 Magnetoresistive readback
 Magnetic Circuits and Eddy Current losses
 Selection of Core Materials
 Magnetoresistance Head
 Anisotropic Magnetoresistance Head
 Giant Magnetoresistance Head
 Spin valve based GMR Head
 Tunnelling Magnetoresistance Head
 DISK Drive Assembly, Writing and Reading process
 Reading and Writing process
 Perpendicular Head Fields
 Magnetic recording media and its requirements
 Particulate and Thin Film Media
 Media Substrates
 Patterned Media
 Properties of magnetic thin films: Part 1
 Properties of magnetic thin films: Part 2
 Properties of magnetic thin films: Part 3
 Properties of magnetic thin films: Part 4
 Future projection on magnetic recording
 Trilemma in magnetic recording
 Patterning Media

115103039 
Physics 
Spintronics: Physics and Technology 
Dr. A. Perumal 
Web 
IIT Guwahati 
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 Introduction
 The Early History of Spin
 : Quantum Mechanics of Spin
 Spin  Orbit interaction
 Spin  Orbit interaction in solids
 Spin Relaxation
 Spin relaxation mechanisms I
 Spin relaxation mechanisms II
 Basic Electron Transport
 Basic Electron Transport in thin films
 Conduction in Discontinuous films
 Magneto Resistance
 Spin dependent scattering, Giant Magneto resistance
 Giant Magneto resistance Theory
 Spin dependent tunneling, Tunnel Magnetoresistance
 Effect of various paramaters on Tunnel Magneto resistance
 Introduction to Andreev Reflection
 Spin polarization, Basic theory of Andreev reflections
 Basic theory of Andreev reflections
 Andreev Reflection at ferromagnet and Superconductor
 Spin transfer torques  I
 Spin transfer torques ? II
 Spin transfer torques ? III
 Magnetic domain walls
 Ratchet effect in domain wall motion
 Domain wall motion
 Domain wall scattering
 Spin injection, Spin accummulation and Spin current  I
 Spin injection, Spin accummulation and Spin current ? II
 Silicon based spin electronic devices  I
 Silicon based spin electronic devices ? II
 Spin LED: Fundamental and applications  I
 Spininjection Contacts
 Spin photoelectronic devices  I
 Spin photoelectronic devices ? II
 Electron Spin Filtering  I
 Electron Spin Filtering ? II
 Deposition and Fabrication Techniques  I
 Deposition and Fabrication Techniques ? II
 Deposition and Fabrication Techniques ? III
 Deposition and Fabrication Techniques ? IV
 SpinValve and SpinTunneling and Sensor Devices

115104043 
Physics 
Nuclear Physics: Fundamentals and Applications 
Prof. H.C. Verma 
Video 
IIT Kanpur 
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 Lecture01Brief Overview of the course
 Lecture02Nuclear Size
 Lecture03Nuclear Size Cont..
 Lecture04Nuclear Size Cont..
 Lecture05Semi empirical Mass Formula
 Lecture06Semi empirical Mass Formula Cont..
 Lecture07Semi empirical Mass Formula Cont..
 Lecture08Semi empirical Mass Formula Cont..
 Lecture09Semi empirical Mass Formula Cont..
 Lecture10How are Neutron stars bound
 Lecture11Deuteron
 Lecture12Deuteron Cont..
 Lecture13Deuteron Cont..
 Lecture14Scattering of nucleons
 Lecture15Low energy np scattering
 Lecture16Theories of nuclear forces
 Lecture17Shell model
 Lecture18Shell model Contd..
 Lecture19Shell model Contd..
 Lecture20Shell model Contd..
 Lecture21Shell model Contd..
 Lecture22Collective models
 Lecture23Vibrational and Rotational levels
 Lecture24Radioactivity, Alpha Decay
 Lecture25Alpha decay Contd..
 Lecture26Beta decay
 Lecture27Beta decay Contd..
 Lecture28Beta decay Contd..
 Lecture29Gamma decay
 Lecture30Nuclear Reactions
 Lecture31Nuclear reaction Contd..
 Lecture32Nuclear reaction Contd..
 Lecture33Nuclear Fission basics
 Lecture34Nuclear fission of uranium
 Lecture35Nuclear Fission Reactor
 Lecture36Nuclear Energy Programme of India
 Lecture37Nuclear Fusion
 Lecture38Nuclear fusion Contd..
 Lecture39Thermonuclear fusion reactors
 Lecture40Fusion reactions in Stars and stellar neutrinos
 Lecture41Nucleosynthesis of elements in Stars
 Lecture42Mossbauer Spectroscopy
 Lecture43RBS, PIXE, NAA, Summary

115106058 
Physics 
Classical Field Theory 
Prof. Suresh Govindarajan 
Video 
IIT Madras 
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 Lecture 1
 Lecture 2
 Lecture 3
 Lecture 4
 Lecture 5
 Lecture 6
 Lecture 7
 Lecture 8
 Lecture 9
 Lecture 10
 Lecture 11
 Lecture 12
 Lecture 13
 Lecture 14
 Lecture 15
 Lecture 16
 Lecture 17
 Lecture 18
 Lecture 19
 Lecture 20
 Lecture 21
 Lecture 22
 Lecture 23
 Lecture 24
 Lecture 25
 Lecture 26
 Lecture 27
 Lecture 28
 Lecture 29
 Lecture 30
 Lecture 31
 Lecture 32
 Lecture 33
 Lecture 34
 Lecture 35
 Lecture 36
 Lecture 37
 Lecture 38
 Lecture 39

115106068 
Physics 
Special Topics in Classical Mechanics 
Prof. P.C. Deshmukh 
Video 
IIT Madras 
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 Course Overview
 Equations of Motion(i)
 Equations of Motion(ii)
 Equations of Motion(iii)
 Equations of Motion(iv)
 Equations of Motion(v)
 Oscillators, Resonances, Waves(i)
 Oscillators, Resonances, Waves(ii)
 Oscillators, Resonances, Waves(iii)
 Oscillators, Resonances, Waves(iv)
 Polar Coordinates(i)
 Polar Coordinates(ii)
 Dynamical Symmetry in the Kepler Problem(i)
 Dynamical Symmetry in the Kepler Problem(ii)
 Real Effects of PseudoForces
 Real Effects of PseudoForces(ii)
 Real Effects of PseudoForces(iii)
 Real Effects of PseudoForces(iv)
 Special Theory of Relativity(i)
 Special Theory of Relativity(ii)
 Special Theory of Relativity(iii)
 Special Theory of Relativity(iv)
 Potentials Gradients Fields(i)
 Potentials Gradients Fields(ii)
 Potentials Gradients Fields(iii)
 Gauss Law Eq of continuity(i)
 Gauss Law Eq of continuity(ii)
 Gauss Law Eq of continuity(iii)
 Fluid Flow Bernoulli Principle (i)
 Fluid Flow Bernoulli Principle (ii)
 Classical Electrodynamics (i)
 Classical Electrodynamics (ii)
 Classical Electrodynamics (iii)
 Classical Electrodynamics (iv)
 Chaotic Dynamical Systems (i)
 Chaotic Dynamical Systems (ii)
 Chaotic Dynamical Systems (iii)
 Chaotic Dynamical Systems (iv)
 Chaotic Dynamical Systems (v)
 The Scope and Limitations of Classical Mechanics

115105083 
Physics 
Osillation and Wave 
Prof. S.P. Kastagir Prof. S. Bharadwaj 
Web 
IIT Kharagpur 
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 Oscillations
 The Damped Oscillator
 The Damped OscillatorII
 Oscillator with external forcingI
 Oscillator with external forcingII
 Resonance
 Coupled Oscillators
 Sinusoidal Waves
 Electromagnetic WavesI
 Electromagnetic WavesII
 The vector nature of electromagnetic radiation
 The Spectrum of Electromagnetic Radiation
 InterferenceI
 InterferenceII
 InterferenceIII
 InterferenceIV
 Coherence
 DiffractionI
 Diffraction II
 DiffractionIII
 Xray Diffraction
 Beats
 The wave equationI
 The wave equationII
 The wave equationIII
 PolarizationI
 PolarizationII
 Waveparticle dualityI
 Waveparticle dualityII
 Interpreting the electron wave
 ProbabilityI
 ProbabilityII
 Basic Postulates
 Operators in Quantum Mechanics
 Algebra of Operators
 Uncertainty relation
 Particle in a potential
 Particle in a box (Contd.)
 Step potentials
 Step potentials

115106086 
Physics 
Selected Topics in Mathematical Physics 
Prof. V. Balakrishnan 
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