The Penetration of Scientific Frontier in Solid State Physics Teaching

Tianji Ou, Shuang FENG, Quan ZHUANG, Xin ZHANG, Peifang LI


Solid State Physics is a core course in undergraduate physics education and its content is closely linked to the frontiers of research in condensed matter physics. The introduction of appropriate scientific frontier advances in teaching can broaden students’ academic horizons and motivate them to study in depth and engage in research. In this study, we combine the teaching content in solid state physics and integrate cutting-edge scientific research into the teaching of solid state physics, to provide a theoretical reference for future physics courses that can be high order, innovative and challenging.


Solid state physics; Solid state physics teaching; Scientific frontier

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