Lecture 1 - Introduction: Magnetism and superconductivity as macroscopic quantum phenomena

Lecture 2 - Bohr magneton, BvL theorem

Lecture 3 - An electron in a magnetic field, magnetism of isolated atoms

Lecture 4 - Magnetism of isolated atoms (Continued...), Diamagnetism

Lecture 5 - Magnetism of atoms-dia and paramagnetic susceptibilities. Hund's rules,Van Vleck paramagnetism

Lecture 6 - Van Vleck paramagnetism (Continued...), Paramagnetism

Lecture 7 - Curie's law for arbitrary J, adiabatic demagnetization

Lecture 8 - Paramagnetism of conduction electrons - Pauli paramagnetism

Lecture 9 - Ions in a solid: crystal field, orbital quenching, Jahn-Teller effect

Lecture 10 - Jahn-Teller effect (Continued...), Magnetic resonance techniques NMR, ESR

Lecture 11 - Resonance techniques (Continued...), Recapitulation and overview

Lecture 12 - Recapitulation, interacting moments and long range order, dipolar exchange

Lecture 13 - Interacting moments, 2-electron system, origin of exchange and spin Hamiltonian

Lecture 14 - Spin Hamiltonian, Heisenberg model, Exchange interactions: direct

Lecture 15 - GMR, spin model and mean-field theory, Ising model

Lecture 16 - Ising model and its properties

Lecture 17 - Ising model and its properties (Continued...), absence of LRO in d=1, mean-field theory

Lecture 18 - Ising model recap, applications, exact solutions

Lecture 19 - Exact solution of Ising model in d=1, exact results in d=2. Mermin-Wagner theorem

Lecture 20 - Recap - Exact solution of Ising model. Mermin-Wagner theorem on the absence

Lecture 21 - Ferromagnetic Heisenberg model ground state

Lecture 22 - Ferromagnetic Heisenberg model, spin-waves and magnons

Lecture 23 - Antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model, AF magnetic structures

Lecture 24 - AF magnetic structures, susceptibility and excitations

Lecture 25 - Antiferromagnets and frustration, spin glass

Lecture 26 - Superconductivity: discovery, properties

Lecture 27 - Superconductivity: Meissner effect, London Equation

Lecture 28 - Electron-phonon interaction, Cooper problem

Lecture 29 - Cooper problem, setting up the BCS theory

Lecture 30 - BCS wave function, the Superconducting state and calculations of various properties

Lecture 31 - BCS theory (Continued...), energy gap, transition temperature

Lecture 32 - Consequences of BCS theory, gap vs T, Transition temperature, specific heat, tunnelling

Lecture 33 - Transition temperature, specific heat, tunnelling

Lecture 34 - Andreev reflection, Ginzburg-Landau Theory and electrodynamics of superconductors

Lecture 35 - Ginzburg-Landau theory, coherence length and Type I and II superconductors

Lecture 36 - Flux lattice, Flux quantization, Josephson junctions

Lecture 37 - Josephson effect and Josephson junctions

Lecture 38 - SQUID, Quantum computers and Josephson junction Qubits

Lecture 39 - High-Temperature Superconductivity: an enduring enigma

Lecture 40 - Overview and conclusion