Group members:
Professor: Fady Isleem
Digital World: 2020
17 December 2016
Virtual Reality 360 Imagery
Since the beginning to time people have had a deep rooted desire to better understand
the world a
Professor Fady
Digital World: 2020
1 October 2016
Assignment 1
In class these past couple of weeks we have been discussing whether we live in a digital or analog
world. It would be easy to argue that
Temple University
College of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE 2332
Problem Set 2
DUE: 2017 Feb 10
Course Learning Objective (CLO) :
1. Formulate and apply a strategy t
Information, Signal, and Message
In the phonograph, we can also identify the quantities:
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What Makes Engineers Different from Scientists?
Primary purpose of science and math is to help humans understand and describe our world How do
cells divide? What makes objects fall to the ground? What
Information, Signal and Message
Information is defined as knowledge communicated or received concerning a particular fact .
A signal is the actual entity (electrical, optical, mechanical, etc.) that i
UConn ENGR4243 ECE4243/6243
Solution Set 8
10162014 F. Jain
Q.1 Nanotubes are seamless cylinders obtained by rolling a one dimensional grapheme sheet as
shown below in Fig. 1. The lattice is a honeyco
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ENGR-ECE4243/6243 HW#6 October 20, 2014 due in one week
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Q.1. Briefly describe the following methods of growing nanowires using:
(1) VLS and SLS nanowire growth technique using gold nanodots,
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UConn ENGR-ECE 4243/6243 Solution Set 5
10052015 F. Jain
Photon absorption and solar cells, photon emission and LEDs,
Q1 Figure 1 shows two 10.0 m thick Si and GaAs samples illuminated by a 10 mW phot
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Q. 1 (a) Fig. 1 shows a p—n junction under equilibrium. Find junction width W0 and its components
Xno and xpo.
UCONN ENGR-ECE4243/6243
levels
Solution HW# 2 Finite barrier quantum well energy
9/22/15, F. Jain
Q. 1. (a) Determine the electron and hole (both light and heavy) energy levels and
wavefunctions in th
Nanofet Example:
Q.5.(a) Outline the steps used in scaling a FET from 1.3 micron to 0.25 micron is described in
Baccarani et al (1984 paper distributed in class April 21, see Table I). Pages 606-614.
ECE/UConn ENGR ECE4243-6242 HW #11: Solar Cells-I F.C. Jain 11/17/2015 (due
12/03/2015 after Take Home). See Solution set on solar distributed before. Submit only Q.6 first.
HINT: Go over solved Examp
ECE-ENGR 4243-ECE 6243 HW10 FET Scaling Laws and Design of NanoFETs-I F. Jain
(11/03/15; due 11/10)
Answer Q.1 and Q.2
Q.3, Q.4 and Q.5 to be answered in two weeks.11/17/15
Q.6 submission to be announ
ECE/ENGR 4243-6243
HW 8A CNT Fundamentals
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Solution set distributed on 10202015 (L8).
Q.1. (a) Write an expression for the chirality vector in terms of unit vectors a1 and a2. What are
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ENGR-ECE4243/6243 HW#6 October 20, 2014 due in one week
F. Jain
Q.1. Briefly describe the following methods of growing nanowires using:
(1) VLS and SLS nanowire growth technique using gold nanodots,
(
ENGR-ECE4243/6243 HW#6 October 20, 2014 due in one week
F. Jain
Q.1. Briefly describe the following methods of growing nanowires using:
(1) VLS and SLS nanowire growth technique using gold nanodots,
(
ECE/UConn ENGR-ECE4243-6243 HW #5: Absorption and Emission, Excitons, Solar Cells,
F.C. Jain 09/29/15 (due 10/13/2015) [Review questions with solutions Q1-9]. Work on Q.10-13
Q1 Figure 1 shows two 10.
UCONN ENGR-ECE4243/6243 HW# 4 Conductance Quantization
09/22/15 Due 9/29/15, F. Jain
Q.1. Calculate the minimum value of resistance in a nanowire.
Q.2. why is the phonon scattering is phase breaking o
UConn ECE4243 HW3/solutions, Review of p-n junctions/heterojunctions, 09/15/2015 F. Jain
Q. 1 (a) Fig. 1 shows a p-n junction under equilibrium. Find junction width Wo and its components
xno and xpo.
UCONN ENGR-ECE4243/6243
HW# 2 Finite barrier quantum well energy levels
09/07/15, Due on 9/15/15, F. Jain
Q. 1. (a) Determine the electron and hole (both light and heavy) energy levels and
wavefunctio
ECE/UCONN ENGR4243/ECE 4243-ECE 6243 HW#1 Review Energy Wells and Barriers
F. Jain 9/01/2015
Due September 8, 2015
Q. 1A. Find the electron and hole energy levels in a Si potential well (Lx=50 Angstro