ECE225: Semiconductor Processing and Bandgap Engineering

This graduate-level course will address principles of Semiconductor Processing with applications for Semiconductor Materials Engineering, Research, and Development. The materials fabrication and processing topics include preparation of silicon, III-V compounds, and dielectric thin films, including thin film deposition techniques, diffusion, ion implantation, and standard device fabrication sequences. Applications of these processing principles for Semiconductor Materials Engineering and Bandgap Engineering in semiconductor heterostructures will be discussed for devices, such as LEDs, lasers, photodetectors, modulators, and high speed transistors.

5 Credits

YearFallWinterSpringSummer
2019-20
Comments

New course as of Spring 2019; first offered as EE 225.

While the information on this web site is usually the most up to date, in the event of a discrepancy please contact your adviser to confirm which information is correct.