Curriculum

Introduction

  The curriculum is composed of class learning and of research activity in the group of your supervisor, namely in the research group in which you have been accepted.

  In the Master's program, the minimum requirement over two years is 12 credits from classes and “topical seminars” (see table below) and 18 credits from "semestral seminars", which you obtain by carrying out your research activities in your group.

  In the PhD program, the minimum requirement over three years is 2 credits from “topical seminars" (see below) and 9 credits from carrying out research activities in your group.

  Note that this page is for general information purposes only. For details and the official rules and lists of courses, see the student manual.

Subject Credits Teacher Other Information
Computational Physics 2 Y. Sentoku
Condensed Matter Theory 2 K. Slevin Biennial
Electrodynamics 2 L. Baiotti These credits cannot be used to fulfil the requirements of graduation
High Energy Physics 2 M. Aoki
Introduction to Theoretical Nuclear Physics 2 A. Hosaka Biennial
Nuclear Physics in the Universe 2 T. Shima
Optical Properties of Matter 2 S. Tajima Biennial
Quantum Field Theory I 2 K. Hashimoto
Quantum Field Theory II 2 S. Yamaguchi
Quantum Mechanics 2 L. Baiotti These credits cannot be used to fulfil the requirements of graduation
Quantum Many-Body Systems 2 M. Koshino Biennial
Solid State Theory 2 K. Kuroki Biennial
Synchrotron Radiation Spectroscopy 2 S. Kimura
Topical seminar 1 changes every year Topical seminars are intensive courses spanning only a few days, with several hours of lectures in each day. Typically, two topical seminars are organised in each year. Check the student manual for details.
Japanese Language I 0 Courses of different levels have different teachers.  
Japanese Language II 0 Courses of different levels have different teachers.  

Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science
Osaka University, 1-1 Machikaneyama, Toyonaka 560-0043, Osaka, Japan