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FI 3221 ELECTROMAGNETIC
INTERACTIONS IN MATTER

Alexander A . Iskandar
Physics of Magnetism and Photonics

INTRODUCTION

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PHYSICS OF MAGNETISM AND


PHOTONICS
Advanced (Magnetic and Photonics)
Functional Materials

For applications in
renewable energy technology
information and communication technology
spintronics
sensors

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PHYSICS OF MAGNETISM AND


PHOTONICS
Metal Oxide
Multiferoic
Spintronics
Thermoelectric
Organic and Inorganic Hybrid materials
Photoluminescence laser beam

Photovoltaic
Photorefractive Optoelectronics
Nanophotonics
Photonics Bandgaps
Plasmonics
Nanoparticles and Quantum-size effects
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USE OF MATTER INTERACTIONS WITH


ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION

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USE OF MATTER INTERACTIONS WITH


ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION

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PRELIMINARIES

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GENERAL INFORMATION

This course is offered to equipped students with


knowledge of material responses to electromagnetic
fields. The major topics covered in this course are :
fundamental formulation of electromagnetic phenomena
electromagnetic wave propagation and scattering
frequency dependent electrical material response model
(permittivity, susceptibility and conductivity)
bandgap theory
optical processes
ptical polarization dependent phenomena

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LECTURE PLAN

INTRODUCTION (2 weeks)
Maxwells equation in matter
Electromagnetic Wave
Material characteristics parameters
PHOTONIC THEORY AND MODELLING (3 weeks)
Rayleigh Scattering and Mie Scattering
Classical Model of Optical response: Lorentz Drude model
Plasmon
Evaluation 1

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LECTURE PLAN

INTERACTION OF EM WAVE WITH MATTER (4 weeks)


Bandgap theory
Optical Transition (luminescence and absorption)
EM wave interaction with molecule
Evaluation 2

POLARIZATION OF EM WAVE INTERACTION WITH


MATTER (3 Weeks)
Faraday Effect
Kerr Effect
Magneto-Optic Kerr Effect (MOKE)
Evaluation 3
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TEXTBOOKS

1. M. Dressel and G. Gruner, Electrodynamics of


Solids, Cambridge, 2003.
2. Jai Singh, Optical properties of condensed matter
and applications, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, West
Sussex, England, 2006.
3. A.M. Fox, Optical Properties of Solid, Oxford
University Press, 2001 .
4. S.A. Maier, Plasmonics, Springer, 2007.

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