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Nanoionics is an emerging interdisciplinary subject, which has a wide range of applications in the fields of new types of information storage devices, logic devices, neuromorphic devices, brain-like computing chips, lithium batteries, fuel cells and other energy storage devices and sensors. Nanoionics focuses on the ionic transport properties of solid electrolytes at the microscale, covering physics, chemistry, electrochemistry, materials science, and microelectronics about the phenomenon of ion transport in solids and the resulting electrical, Optical and other properties. In the past two decades, the research on nano-ionology has shown a rapid growth, occupying an important position in the development of information science and technology, new energy, and brain-like computing. The main purpose of this course is to enable students to master the physical basics of nano-ionology and nano-ion devices related to the current new information, energy storage, and sensing technologies, to understand the latest research development trends in related fields, and to focus on the theoretical physics Images provide necessary professional theoretical knowledge and methods for students interested in related fields or engaged in related research.
The main content of this course includes the development history of nano-ionology, the theory of ion transport in solids, defect chemistry, typical nano-ion materials and properties, fuel cells, lithium-ion batteries, non-volatile resistive memory, sensors, etc.
This course starts in the fall semester, and students are welcome to take it!
Advanced material characterization technology is an important part of materials, devices, circuits, and engineering. It is the basis for understanding and regulating performance. It is also a bridge between the structure and composition of the micro world and the performance of macro materials, devices, and circuits. The content selection of this course covers the current advanced material characterization techniques, including chemical composition analysis methods, chemical valence analysis methods, spectroscopy analysis methods, nondestructive testing, electron microscopy, local and in-situ devices and circuits, and in situ Analysis methods, etc., focus on two aspects of subject teaching and hands-on practice, and strive to reflect the latest research development trends in related fields. At the same time, the arrangement of course content will take into account the actual needs of professional research and the needs of systemicity and integrity of the theory. It will focus on the physical images of related theories, and provide necessary information for students interested in related fields or engaged in related research. Professional theoretical knowledge and methods.
A major feature of this course is that both course teaching and experimental teaching are emphasized. A large number of experimental lessons are supplemented to the basic knowledge of the classroom to enable students to personally contact the most advanced material characterization equipment, so as to grasp the theoretical knowledge and experiments skill.
This course starts in the spring semester, and students are welcome to take it!