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Josef FIDLER

Winter-Semester 2016:

133.019 - VO -Physics of Magnetic Materials - 2.0            Lecture notes  PMM
133.016 - PR - Projektarbeit über Dauermagnetwerkstoffe  -  8.0
133.018 - PR - Projektarbeit a.analytischer Elektronenmikroskopie  -  8.0
133.020 - PV - Privatissimum für Diplomanden - 3.0
133.248 - PV - Privatissimum f. Diss. -  5.0
138.073 - VO -Physikalische Messtechnik I - 2.0

Summer-Semester 2016:

133.293 - VO - Electron microscopy: Principles and Fundamentals -  2.0        Lecture notes  GEM
133.016 - PR - Projektarbeit über Dauermagnetwerkstoffe  -  8.0
133.018 - PR - Projektarbeit a.analytischer Elektronenmikroskopie  -  8.0
133.020 - PV - Privatissimum für Diplomanden - 3.0
133.248 - PV - Privatissimum f. Diss. -  5.0
138.053 - VO - Materialwissenschaften -  2.0    


VO 133.019,  WS 2015

PHYSICS  OF  MAGNETIC  MATERIALS

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Place:    SEM 138 C, FH Turm B, 9.OG
Time:    Wednesday, 12:00-13:30  (starting: Oct. 12th, 2016)

C O N T E N T

1. Introduction
Magnetic terms and definitions, Classification of magnetic materials, Magnetic materials of technical importance
2. Magnetic domains and micromagnetics
Contribution to the free energy, Domain walls, Magnetic domain structure, Single-domain and multi-domain particles, Domain wall pinnig, Magnetization processes
3. Permanent magnets
Calculation of magnetic circuits, Characteristic parameters, Composition and microstructure, Rare earth permanent magnets, Powdermetallurgical preparation, Applications
4. Magnetic recording
Magnetic tapes and disks, Composition and microstructure, Longitudinal and perpendicular recording, Magneto-optical recording, Bubble domains, Future aspects
5. Ferrimagnetic materials
Spinel ferrites, Hexagonal ferrites, Orthoferrites, Rare earth garnets
6. Softmagnetic materials
Edddy currents, Magnetization reversal losses, Composition and microstructure, Applications
7. Magnetoelasticity


VO 133.293,  SS 2016

GRUNDLAGEN  DER  ELEKTRONENMIKROSKOPIE 

Electron microscopy: Principles and Fundamentals

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Place:    SEM 138 A, FH Turm B, 7.OG
Time:    Monday, 14:00-15:30  (starting: March 7th, 2016)

C O N T E N T

1. Introduction
2. Interaction between electron and matter
Backscattered electrons, secondary electrons, X-rays
3. Instrumental Basics
Resolution, electro magnetic lenses, abberation, electron sources
4. Scanning electron microscopy
instrument, signal-noise, resolution, depth of focus, detectors, contrast
5. Transmission electron microscopy
Specimen preperation, microscope, electron diffraction, absorption contrast, diffraction contrast
6. Analytical electron microscopy
X-ray microanalysis, EELS, CBD
7. High resolution electron microscopy
8. Kinematical diffraction theory
Bragg`s law, Ewaldsphere,  Kikuchi-lines, basic equations, rocking-curve, Pendellösungs-fringes, ....
9. Introduction to dynamical diffraction theory
Basic equations, absorption, Howie-Whelan equations, .....
10. Diffraction theory for crystal containing defects
Displacement-vector, dislocations, stacking faults, anti-phase boundaries, twin boundaries, precipitates
11. Examples in materials science
12. Computer simulations


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