Subject: Subject Sylbus: Current Topics in Biology 1 - 138083

Current Topics in Biology 1 - 138083
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1       2

Determination of the grade subject to submitting the final thesis.

Lectures on Recent Research in Biochemistry, Biophysics, Molecular Biology, Immunology, Cell Biology, Genetics, Genomics, Bioinformatics, Etc. Each Student Will Submit a Written Work at the End of the Semester, Which Will Summarize One of the Studies Discussed in the Course, by Writing An Opinion/Perspective/Commentary Paper of 4-6 Pages Including An Abstract, Introduction, Body, Conclusion and a Bibliography. Attendance Is Mandatory. at the End of the Course, the Student Should Understand the Fundamental Principal Which Endow Materials with Special Physical Properties (E.G., Discrete Electronic State, Long Coherence Time) That Are Suitable for Quantum Information Or Memory Devices. Furthermore, the Student Will Be Acquainted with Fabrication Procedures That Control the Physical Properties of Materials with Potential Application for Quantum Technology. the Students Will Also Learn About Various Physical Methodologies Most Suitable for Characterization of Optical and Magneto-Optical Properties, and Will Be Aware of the Challenges and Obstacles for Implementation of Artificial Materials in Quantum Technologies.




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