MSE 310 ElectPropsMatls Syllabus Fall 2011

MSE 310 ElectPropsMatls Syllabus Fall 2011 - Boise State...

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Boise State University Fall 2011 Department of Materials Science and Engineering Bill Knowlton - 1 - MSE 310/ECE 340: Electrical Properties of Materials - Course Syllabus and Objectives - - You are responsible for understanding what is expected of you as outlined in this syllabus - Instructor: Bill Knowlton, MEC 202M, 426-5705, BKnowlton@boisestate.edu Classroom, Date and Time: MEC 206, Tu-Th 10:40 - 11:55 am Office Hours: Tues: 1:30-2:30pm; Wed: 11:30am-12:30pm (my office); or by appointment – send email (not by phone please) Discussion Section: Wednesday: 3:30-4:30pm in MEC 206 (hopefully!) Teaching Assistant/Grader: Caleb Corolewski Prerequisites: with permission of instructor. Course Website: http://coen.boisestate.edu/bknowlton/ then click on "Course Information", then our course Text Books: Principles of Electronic Materials and Devices , 3rd edition, by S.O. Kasap (McGraw-Hill, 2005). http://www.kasap.usask.ca/ (required) Course Website Notes – please download and bring to class Final Exam: Date: Tuesday, December 13 ; Time: 10:30am to 12:30am ; Room: MEC 206 Final Exam Schedule : http://registrar.boisestate.edu/calendar/finalexam-fall.shtml Assessment Methods: Problem Sets (30%): 12-16 problem sets (NOTE: highest percentage of grade comes from the Prob. Sets!!!) o There will be considerable computation involved. MSE majors (undergrad and grad) are expected to use the mathematical software package, Mathematica, as this program is the mathematical software package of choice by the Dept. of MS&E. Any program submitted to me must be neat, decipherable, and fully documented. Computer Labs available to COEN students with Mathematica available include COEN computer labs ET212, ET238, ET237, ET312, MEC402 and MEC103 (if not please let me know). In addition, you may use other mathematical software packages such as such as Maple or MatLab or data analysis software such as Origin or JMP. Many Computer labs have Mathematica, o To receive full credit, you must: Turn in problem sets prior to class on Thursday. Late problem sets are not accepted. Submitted problem sets must be legible, neat and decipherable. Your name, problem set number and date are to be included. Multiple page problem sets must be stabled. Problems should be kept in sequential order. When solving each problem, state the question at the beginning of each problem and solve the problem systematically describing the steps taken throughout the problem. The solution must be thorough, complete, neat, and decipherable. You must show all work. That is, your work must be complete. Answers must be circled and, if the answer is not unitless, include units as they are required. All
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MSE 310 ElectPropsMatls Syllabus Fall 2011 - Boise State...

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