Lectures

Superconductivity and its applications

This course provides students with an approach to the fundamental understanding of the physical properties required for the practical implementation of superconducting materials. It includes

  • an introduction to electrodynamics of superconductors
  • a theoretical description of the interactions in the vortex line system, focused on pinning phenomena, critical state and thermal effects on vortex dynamics
  • an overview of the superconducting materials, addressing also the superconducting wires and cables
  • a final part describing the basic design and operation issues of superconducting device technology

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Physics : Electromagnetism (Physique Générale C – printemps )

This course presents an introduction to the fundamental laws of physics through the major areas of classical physics and some aspects of modern physics. It emphasize the evolution of the physical understanding with an inductive process based on an experimental approach. The topics covered in the course are

  • electricity and magnetism
  • electric circuits
  • electromagnetic waves
  • geometrical optics and wave optics
  • special relativity
  • an introduction to modern physics

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