Semiconductors are a key driver of job growth, productivity and innovation throughout the world. This broad overview of the latest semiconductor technology will dive into the specifics of how semiconductors function and are used every day in industry. Learn about carrier generation, transport, recombination, storage in semiconductors and examine how first order device models are useful for integrated circuit analysis and design.
- Roger Howe
- Koosha Nassiri Nazif Instructor, Electrical Engineering
- Metal semiconductor contacts
- P-N junctions
- MOS capacitors and transistors
- Bipolar junction transistors
- CCDs, solar cells, LEDs, and detectors
Note on Course Availability
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Semiconductor Devices for Energy and Electronics (Stanford Course: EE116) or equivalent