The goal of the physical department is to train basic science manpower, and actively cultivate national excellent students with expertise and ethics to fit the present trend of development of industrial diversification and national research development. In addition to strengthen the traditional courses of science theory, the curriculum is also focusing on practical dimension of science researches to develop students’ abilities involving expertise and humanity.
The goal for undergraduates is to develop the general science literacy for future research and creation. As for postgraduate students, the goal is to develop their abilities to participate academic and industrial areas. In such a high-tech society, the department of physics is the subject can be applied to various fields. Except for continuing studies in physics, manpowerin the relevant physical fields is also needed by semiconductor industry, optical industryand etc.
The Department has excellent and experienced full-time teaching staff and devoted itself to the development of nanotechnology electro-optical semiconductor, and related research in the direction of theoretical physics.
Various aspects of condensed matter physics: magnetism and superconductivity, low-temperature physics, semiconductor physics, optoelectronics, nanotechnology and computational physics, with most faculty covering more than two areas.
Focusedon computation of the band structures of metals, semiconductors, insulators, superlattices, surface structures, critical phenomena of liquid metals, magnetic materials, superconductors, nonlinear dynamics and chaos. Equipment: High performance workstations and PC clusters.
Focused on physical properties and applications of semiconducting quantum structure, including: IR sensors, semiconductor lasers, diodes, superlattice quantum wells and porous silicon thin films. Equipments: MBE, ALD, Transport Measurement System, Scanning Electron Microscope, RIE and Thin Film Growth Systems.
Focused on quantum effects at nanoscales, surface and interfaces, the manipulation of nano-particles by low temperature high resolution scanning tunneling probes.
Focused on study of electrical, magnetic, magneto-electrical, and optical properties of materials and their correlations with phonon interactions, crystal structures, phase transition; development of optoelectronic, nonlinear optical elements, and new transparent conducting thin films.
Focused on superconductivity, magnetism and dielectrics of multiferroics, thin films diluted magnetic oxides, low field magnetoresistivity. Equipments: Thin film growth systems using sputtering, pulsed laser deposition, MBE, ALD, SQUID, PPMS, SPM, Specific heat and Hall measurement systems.