EE 310 Electronic Circuit Design I
In this course, we learn about the electrical properties of different fundamental semiconductor devices and their basic circuit design applications. This course deals explicitly with both linear and nonlinear applications of devices, and with the practical aspects of design such as the inherently nonlinear nature of semiconductor devices. The analysis concepts introduced in your previous networks course are utilized and advanced in their treatment of nonlinear devices. In the laboratory, we put the theory into practice.
Offered: Spring 15, 17, 19; Fall 16, 18
EE 442 Solid State Devices
The lecture provides learning opportunities that should enable the students to do the following upon completion of this course:
1. Develop a basic understanding of the following key concepts in quantum and statistical mechanics relevant to physical properties of electronic materials and their device applications: quantum mechanics; statistical mechanics; equilibrium vs non-equilibrium properties; p-n junctions; photodetectors; MOS field effect transistors;
2. Become proficient with the fundamental device physics concepts.
3. Learn to analyze device characteristics in detail and brainstorm ways towards improving them or adapting them to new applications for a sustainable digital future.
Offered: Fall 15, 17, 19
EE 597 Micro & Nano Medical Devices
This graduate level class is offered for students who are interested in multi-disciplinary micro and nanoscale medical device principles and applications. This course targets to (1) introduce fundamental design and fabrication concepts of micro and nanoscale MEMS, fluidics and lab-on-a-chip systems, (2) exposure to relevant biomedical and biological applications, (3) teach student how to do literature survey, write and evaluate an NIH-type research proposal, and (4) exposure to medical device industry and relevant regulations. The course emphasizes active learning. There is no lab session in this course.
Offered: Spring 16, 18, 20