Lectures on Solid State Physics

This videos shows the first lecture in a series of "Introductory Lectures on Solid State Physics" by Professor Kohei M. Itoh from the Department of Applied Physics & Physico-Informatics, Faculty of Science & Technology, Keio University.

The complete list of videos in this lecture series can be found here.

Please select relevant coursework
Introductory Lectures on Solid State Physics
Physics of Materials (Undergraduate Course)
Quantum Computing (Graduate Course)
Introduction to FTIR and Raman Spectroscopy

Invited talks and presentations
Conferences and Symposiums
  • For a full list of conference papers, please refer to this link
  • J. Kato, K. M. Itoh, H. Yamada-Kaneta, and H. -J. Pohl, "Local Vibrational Modes of Oxygen in Isotopically Enriched 28Si, 29Si, and 30Si Single Crystals," 22nd International Conference on Defects in Semiconductors, Arrhus, Denmark, July 2003.[pdf:1.7M]
  • K. M. Itoh "Critical Exponents for Mott-Anderson Transition," (invited) Sasaki Symposium for Solid State Physics, Kashiwa, Japan, November 2002. [pdf:513k]
  • J. Kato, K. M. Itoh, and E. E. Haller, "Observation of Random-Correlated Transition in Ge:As,Ga," 21st International Conference on Defects in Semiconductors, Giesen, Germany, July 2001.[pdf:761k]
Workshops
  • K. M. Itoh, "Fabrication of Silicon Quantum Computer," (invited), Quantum Information in Group IV Semiconductors Workshop, Oxnard, CA, March 2003.[pdf:718k]
  • K. M. Itoh, "All-Silicon Quantum Computer," presentation at University of New South Wales, Australia, January 2003.[pdf:1.7M]
  • K. M. Itoh, "Materials Science Education at Keio University," (invited), MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, December 2002. [pdf:2.1M]
  • K. M. Itoh "Silicon Isotope Engineering for Better Classical and Quantum Computers," IBM Almaden Research Center, February 2002[pdf:2.2M]