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Syllabus EE338 - Physical Electronics Spring 2010 3:30 - 4:50PM TuTH Classroom – KAP 148 Instructor: Steve Cronin PHE 624 [email protected] 213-740-8787 Office Hours: 11:00 AM - 1 PM TH Or by appointment Discussion Leader: Haitian Chen [email protected] Class Website: https://blackboard.usc.edu/ Text: An Introduction to Semiconductor Devices by Donald Neamen McGraw Hill References: 1. Semiconductor Device Fundamentals Robert F. Pierret; Addison Wesley 2. Solid State Electronic Devices B. G. Streetman and S. Bannerjee Prentice Hall 3. Fundamentals of Semiconductor Devices B. L. Anderson and R. L. Anderson; McGraw Hill Grading: Quizzes 10% Homework 25% Midterm Exams (3) 20% best 2 Final Exam 25% Final Exam: Tuesday, May 13 2:00 – 4:00 PM Week Date Subject Assignment 1 1/12 – 1/14 Introduction to Semiconductor Devices Notes; 2 1/19 – 1/21 Solids and Crystals Chapter 1 Neamen
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Unformatted text preview: 3 1/26 – 1/28 Atomic States; Bonding; Electron Energy States in Semiconductors Chapter 2 4 2/2– 2/4 Homogeneous Semiconductors Chapter 3 5 2/9 – 2/11 Homogeneous Semiconductors (cont.) 6 2/16 – 2/18 Exam, Current Flow in Semiconductors Chapter 4 7 2/23 – 2/25 Inhomogeneous Semiconductors Chapter 4 8 3/2– 3/4 P-N and metal-Semiconductor Junctions – Electrostatic Properties Chapter 5 9 3/9 – 3/11 MOS Transistors Fundamentals (APS), Exam Chapter 6 10 3/16 – 3/18 Spring Break 11 3/23 – 3/25 MOS Transistors Chapter 7 12 3/30 – 4/1 Other FETs; notes 13 4/6 – 4/8 Nonequilibrium Semiconductors, Exam Chapters 8 14 4/13 – 4/15 P-N Junction Current Flow Chapter 9 15 4/20 –4/22 Bipolar Transistors - Statics Chapter 10 16 4/27 – 4/29 Bipolar Transistors – Transient Behavior Heterojunctions; Optoelectronic Devices Chapter 12 17 5/13 Final Exam...
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