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G. Ertl and J. Kuppers. Low energy electrons and surface chemistry.





Notes:

This is an Elective Course


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Course code: 00000000

Course title: Low Temperature and Vacuum Technologies

^ Type of course: lecture, student-led seminars

Level of course: Advanced Level Course

Year of study: 1st Elective

Duration: trimester

Period: 2° Trimester - Winter (January - March)

Number of credits: 5

Name of Lecturer:

Teaching methods: lectures; seminars, laboratory

Assessment methods: seminars-practical

Language of instruction: Italian


Objective of course:

The aim of this course is to introduce the main concepts of vacuum and low temperature technology;


Prerequisites:

Quantum Mechanics (50900597)

Advanced Quantum Mechanics


^ Course contents:

Kinetic theory of gas; the kinetic theory of a vacuum; flow of gases through vacuum systems; pumping of vacuum systems; materials for ultra-high vacuum; pumps; pressure measurements; leak detection; cooling a sample; cryostats. These concepts are acquired through practical laboratory experiments.


^ Recommended reading:

G. F. Weston. Ultra-High vacuum Practise


Notes:

This is an Elective Course


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Course code:

Course title: Chemical Bonds and Structures

^ Type of course: lectures

Level of course: Advanced Level Course

Year of study: 1st

Duration: trimester

Period: 3° Trimester Spring (April - June)

Number of credits: 5

Name of Lecturer:

Teaching methods: lectures

Assessment methods: written and oral exam

Language of instruction: Italian


Objective of course:

The aim of this module is to give an introduction to the physical chemistry properties of individual atoms and molecules.


Prerequisites:

Quantum Mechanics (Elective : 50900597)


^ Course contents:

Electronic configuration of multielectron atoms: ionization energies, electronic affinity, electro-negativity, molecular symmetry and group theory, chemical bond:linear combination of molecular orbitals and valence bond models, the ionic bond, the van der Waal’s attraction, the hydrogen bond; chemical bonds in various types of solids, the metallic bonds; the chemical bonds in different compounds.


^ Recommended reading:

M. Karplus and R.N. Porter. Atoms and molecules: an introduction for students of physical chemistry


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Course code: 00000000

Course title: Structure of Matter

^ Type of course: lectures

Level of course: Advanced Level Course

Year of study: 1st Elective

Duration: trimester

Period: 2° Trimester - Winter (January - March)

Number of credits: 5

Name of Lecturer: . E. Colavita

Teaching methods: lectures, student-led seminars

Assessment methods: written and oral exam

Language of instruction: Italian


Objective of course:

The aim of this course is to introduce students to a more advanced quantum description of atoms, molecules and solids.


Prerequisites:

Quantum Mechanics (Elective : 50900597)


^ Course contents:

Interaction of single-electron atoms and multi-electron atoms with electromagnetic radiation and electric fields; fine structures and hyperfine structures; the Lamb shift; the Hartree-Fock method and the self-consistent approximation; correction to the central field approximation: L-S coupling and J-J coupling; Molecular and electronic structures of molecular hydrogen; polyatomic molecules; molecular spectra; NMR and EPR spectroscopies; Mossbauer spectroscopy; solids; diffraction and Laue theory; the reciprocal lattice; the quantum free-electron model; the motion of electrons in a periodic lattice; physical properties of metals and semiconductors.


^ Recommended reading:

R. Eisberg, R. Resnick. Quantum Physics of atoms, molecules, solids, nuclei and particles.


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Course code: 50901811

Course title: Health Physics

^ Type of course: lecture

Level of course: First Degree Course

Year of study: 3rd

Duration: trimester

Period: 2° Trimester - Winter (January - March)

Number of credits: 5

Name of Lecturer:

Teaching methods: lectures

Assessment methods: oral exam

Language of instruction: Italian


Prerequisites:

Nuclei and Particles (50900592)


Course contents:

Characteristics of the electromagnetic ionizing radiation. Radiation in matter. Series decay and secular radioactive equilibrium. Dose measurement principles. Dosimetric parameters. The effects of ionizing radiations on biological systems.


^ Recommended reading:

Handouts are given throughout the course


Notes:

32 hours lectures + 12 hours exercises


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Course code: 50901833

Course title: Physical Techniques for Medical Diagnosis

^ Type of course: lecture

Level of course: First Degree Course

Year of study: 3rd

Duration: trimester

Period: 1° Trimester - Autumn (Oct-Dec)

Number of credits: 5

Name of Lecturer:

Teaching methods: lectures

Assessment methods: oral exam

Language of instruction: Italian


Prerequisites:

Nuclei and Particles (50900592: students are advised to follow these courses simultaneously)


^ Course contents:

X-ray instrumentation. Radioprotection parameters, work load, primary and secondary barriers, design and check. RX setups: health instrumentation for diagnosis and therapy, in industry, in scientific research (e.g. crystallography). Imaging techniques. X-ray tomography.


^ Recommended reading:

Handouts are given throughout the course


Notes:

24 hours lectures + 24 hours exercises


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Course code: 50901831

Course title: Physical Measurements and Techniques for the Biomedical Laboratory

^ Type of course: lecture plus laboratory

Level of course: First Degree Course

Year of study: 3rd

Duration: trimester

Period: 2° Trimester - Winter (January - March)

Number of credits: 5

Name of Lecturer:

Teaching methods: lectures, laboratory

Assessment methods: oral exam

Language of instruction: Italian


Objective of course:

CAN SOMETHING be said?


Prerequisites:

Nuclei and Particles (50900592)


Course contents:

Computer science and statistics in sanitary applications. X-ray detection: theoretical principles; cavity theory, methods and tools for measuring calibrating and testing. Personal dose measurements, dosimeters and running properties.


^ Recommended reading:

Handouts are given throughout the course


Notes:

16 hours lectures + 6 hours exercises + 30 hours laboratory


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Course code: 50900518

Course title: Cytology

^ Type of course: lecture

Level of course: First Degree Course

Year of study: 2nd

Duration: trimester

Period: 3° Trimester Spring (April - June)

Number of credits: 2

Name of Lecturer:

Teaching methods: lectures

Assessment methods: oral exam

Language of instruction: Italian


Prerequisites:

None


Course contents:

Cell structure and the foundations of genetics.


Recommended reading:

Handouts are given throughout the course


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^ Course code: 50900519

Course title: Histology

Type of course: lecture

Level of course: First Degree Course

Year of study: 2nd

Duration: trimester

Period: 3° Trimester Spring (April - June)

Number of credits: 3

Name of Lecturer:

Teaching methods: lectures

Assessment methods: oral exam

Language of instruction: Italian


Prerequisites:

Cytology (50900518)


Course contents:

From cells to tissues; tissue classifications, tissue structure and function. Elementary composition: quality and quantity.


^ Recommended reading:

Handouts are given throughout the course


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Course code: 50900528

Course title: Physiology

Type of course: lecture

Level of course: First Degree Course

Year of study: 2nd

Duration: trimester

Period: 2° Trimester - Winter (January - March)

Number of credits: 5

Name of Lecturer:

Teaching methods: lectures

Assessment methods: oral exam

Language of instruction: Italian


Objective of course


Prerequisites:

none


Course contents:

Biophysics of the functional human body; Physiology of some systems and apparati.


^ Recommended reading:

Handouts are given throughout the course


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Course code:

Course title: Human Anatomy

Type of course: lectures

Level of course: First Degree Course

Year of study: 3rd Elective

Duration: trimester

Period: 2° Trimester - Winter (January - March)

Number of credits: 5

Name of Lecturer:

Teaching methods: lectures

Assessment methods: oral exam

Language of instruction: Italian


Prerequisites:

Histology (50900519)


Course contents:

Human anatomy: identification, localization and description of the most relevant systems and apparati.


^ Recommended reading:

Handouts are provided throughout the course


Notes:

This is an Elective Course


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Course code:

Course title: Hygienics

^ Type of course: lectures

Level of course: Advanced Level Course

Year of study: 1st

Duration: trimester

Period: 3° Trimester Spring (April - June)

Number of credits: 5

Name of Lecturer:

Teaching methods: lectures

Assessment methods: oral exam

Language of instruction: Italian


Prerequisites:

none


Course contents:

Workplace radiation hazards. Radioprotection. International recommendation and agreement (ICRP); Radioprotection of patients (national and E.U. regulations). Radioprotection from ionizing radiation. Population radioprotection. Estimation and reduction of risks Analysis of classified zones. Ergonomics operating norms and planning for emergencies. Procedures of emergency. Analysis of past accidents. Organization of radioprotection.


^ Recommended reading:

Handouts are given throughout the course



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Course code:

Course title: Solid State Physics

Type of course: lectures

Level of course: Advanced Level Course

Year of study: 1st Elective

Duration: trimester

Period: 3° Trimester Spring (April - June)

Number of credits: 5

Name of Lecturer: E. Colavita

Teaching methods: lectures

Assessment methods: oral and seminar

Language of instruction: Italian


Objective of course:

The aim of the module is to provide students with an introduction to the quantum description of solid state physics


Prerequisites:




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