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2_1_Lecture_1 - EE 2 Introduction to Physics of...

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Unformatted text preview: EE 2 Introduction to Physics of semiconductor devices Fall 2007 Background Information Topics: Organization of the course and Administrative matters Grade in the course Office hours Aim of the Course Text book Reference material Organization of the course Meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 11 am to 12:50 pm In 5200 Math. Science Building Copies of slides used in the class will be posted on the class website on previous Mondays for Tuesday classes and previous Wednesdays for Thursday classes. Organization of the course (contd) The emphasis will be on real time understanding. The students can ask questions to clarify their understanding of the class discussion. After the completion of each topic, there will be a summary discussion and illustrative examples or problems will be worked in the class. Organization of the course (contd) Students are encouraged to make every effort to come prepared to the class by reading the information posted on the website for the next class. Students should attend recitation sections regularly and ask the TA questions related to the class material. There will be surprise, short quizzes through the quarter and grades in the quizzes might be taken into account in determining the course grade. Organization of the course (contd) Homework problems will be posted on the class website each week and are due the following Friday. No late submission will be allowed. The key to the home work will be posted after the Friday the problems are due. Hence strict adherence to the deadline is necessary. To get a passing grade in the course, students should attempt at least 75% of the problems. No excuses will be accepted. The student takes the risk of failure in the course if this requirement is not fulfilled. Course grade weighting Students course grade will be weighted in the following manner: Final examination: 60% Midterm 30% Homework 10% Office hours: 2 to 3 PM on Thursdays and 10 to 11 AM on Fridays.on Fridays....
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course EE 3 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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2_1_Lecture_1 - EE 2 Introduction to Physics of...

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