• Course code:63221
  • Credits:6
  • Semester: summer
  • Contents

The goal of the subject Computer technologies is to introduce to students of computer science and informatics the physical and technological fundamentals for operating and manufacturing computers, quantitative treatment of some relevant examples from the area of solid state physics, as well as the introduction of the application of physics laws in the technology of fabrication of microelectronic, monolithic circuits which are basic elements of computers. One of the aims of the subject is also the introduction of quantum mechanics which becomes increasingly important physical theory in computer science.

Course practicalities: Lectures and individual reading. Two colloquia (or a written exam), seminar work, oral exam. Lecture notes, exercise book and a list of examination questions are available.

Prerequisites: elementary classical physics, basic linear algebra and calculus.


  • Study programmes
  • Distribution of hours per semester
45
hours
lectures
30
hours
laboratory work
  • Professor
AH