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Course

    Course Introduction to Solid-State Electronics

    Lecturer Pei-Wen Li

    Credits Junior

    Senior

    Required/Elective Elective

    Level 3

    Course Description ; Introduction

    1. Classification of materials

    2. Crystalline and impure semiconductors

    3. Crystal lattices and periodic structure

    4. Reciprocal lattice, Brillium zone ; Quantum Mechanics

    1. Principles of Quantum Mechanics

    2. Schrödinger’s Wave Equation

    3. Application of Schrödinger’s Wave Equation

    ; Quantum Theory of Solids

    1. Kronig-Penny Model

    2. E-k Diagrams

    3. Electrical Conduction in Solids

    4. Effective Mass

    5. Density of State Functions

    6. Statistical Mechanics

    ; Semiconductor at Equilibrium

    1. Carriers in Semiconductors

    2. Dopant Atoms and Energy Levels

    3. Extrinsic Semiconductor

    4. Statistics of Donors and Acceptors

    5. Charge Neutrality

    6. Position of Fermi Energy ; Carrier Transport at Equilibrium

    1. Carrier Drift

    2. Carrier Diffusion

    3. Graded Impurity Distribution

    4. Hall Effect

    5. Charge Neutrality

    6. Position of Fermi Energy ; Nonequilibrium Excess Carriers

    1. Carrier Generation and Recombination

    2. Continuity Equation

    3. Ambipolar Transport

    4. Quasi-Fermi Energy Levels

    5. Excess-Carrier Lifertime

    6. Surface Effects

    ; P-N Junction

    1. P-N junction Formation

    2. Fermi Level Alignment

    3. Built-in E-field

    4. Bias Effect

    5. Linearly Graded PN Junction

    6. I-V Characteristics

    Textbook / Handouts ; Robert F. Pierret: “Advanced Semiconductor

    Fundamentals”

    ; D. A. Neaman, “Semiconductor Physics and

    Devices”

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