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Electrical transport in solids and interfaces

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The course will give understanding of the transport mechanisms in different materials and learn how real devices based on those phenomena actually work.

Bringing two solid conductors into contact with each other very often results in new interesting phenomena that can lead to new devices with even industrial applications. On this course, we will study a wide range of electrical transport phenomena as well as devices that involve interfaces between different conductors, semiconductors and insulators.

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University of Turku
Kurt Gloos

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FITech Network University
Fanny Qvickström, Student services specialist
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Energy storages
Chemistry and materials of energy storages
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University of Turku
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General prerequisites:
Basics of solid state physics and quantum physics.
Course suitable for:
Future energy storage professionals
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