Goals and objectives  Course Outcomes  

1.  The students learn the concept of magnetic moments and magnetic susceptibility. 
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2.  The students learn phase transition from paramagnetism to magnetic ordering (ferro, ferri, or antiferromagnetic) state. 
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3.  The students learn the electronic and magnetic concepts of superconductivity. 
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4.  The students learn the phase transition from metal (paramagnetism) to superconducting state (diamagnetism). 
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5.  The students understand and distinguish the details of several magnetic curve from magnetization measurements. 
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Class schedule  HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.)  Amount of Time Required  

1.  Magnetism and the concept of magnetic moments? COIL Program 
Review of the lecture  50分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  50分  
Review of the handout  90分  
2.  Concept of magnetic susceptibility COIL Program 
Review of the lecture  50分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  50分  
Review of the handout  90分  
3.  Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism COIL Program 
Review of the lecture  50分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  50分  
Review of the handout  90分  
4.  Types of magnetic order and structure (Antiferromagnetism, Ferromagnetism, Ferrimagnetism, and other types) COIL Program 
Review of the lecture  50分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  50分  
Review of the handout  90分  
5.  Magnetization curve COIL Program 
Review of the lecture  50分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  50分  
Exercise  90分  
6.  Magnetic Material Lecture by Dr. Utami (RIKEN Japan) Research on tthe magnetism of Ndbased Pyrochlore COIL Program 
Review of the lecture  100分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  90分  
7.  Midterm exam and discussion on the solutions. The praticipants are divided into groups whose members are mix of SIT, ITS, and International students. They are given a reference (highimpact journal) to study and present their discussion result. 
Preparation for midterm exam  90分 
Making a summary report of the previous 6 class  120分  
8.  What is superconductivity?  Review of the lecture  50分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  50分  
Review of the handout  90分  
9.  Discovery of superconductivity and low temperature knowledge  Review of the lecture  50分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  50分  
Exercise  90分  
10.  Measurements of electronic and magnetic properties  Lecture by Dr. Malik A. Baqiya (ITS Indonesia) Superconductivity in the ElectronOverdoped highTc Cuprates Superconductor 
Review of the lecture  50分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  50分  
Review of the handout  90分  
11.   Lecture by Dr. Malik A. Baqiya (ITS Indonesia) about Study on magnetic properties in HighTc cuprates  Lecture by Dr. Takanori Taniguchi (IMR, Tohoku University) about Study on magnetic properties in HighTc cuprates 
Review of the lecture  50分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  50分  
Review of the handout  90分  
12.   Characterizing superconductivity  Lecture by Dr. Redo Ramadhan (RIKEN) about magnetism and covalent states in cuprates 
Review of the lecture  50分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  50分  
Review of the handout  90分  
13.   Magnet and superconductor around us  Lecture by Dr. Fahmi Astuti (ITS Indonesia) about Research on Battery material  Lecture by Dr. Retno Asih (ITS Indonesia) about Research on Reduced Graphene Oxide 
Review of the lecture  50分 
Preparation for the discussion in the class  50分  
Review of the handout  90分  
14.  Final exam and discussion on the solutions The praticipants are divided into groups whose members are mix of SIT, ITS, and International students. They are given a reference (highimpact journal) to study and present their discussion result. (TBA) Introduction to muon facility by virtual tour 
Preparation for midterm exam  90分 
Making a summary report of the previous 6 class  120分  
Filling up questionaire  
Total.      2700分 
midterm exam  discussion  final exam  Total.  

1.  5%  5%  5%  15% 
2.  5%  5%  5%  15% 
3.  5%  5%  10%  20% 
4.  10%  5%  10%  25% 
5.  10%  5%  10%  25% 
Total.  35%  25%  40%   
Work experience  Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicable 

N/A  N/A 