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Advanced Theory of Semiconductors and Devices

Review of semiconductor equations and numerical methods. Discretization of the basic drift-diffusion equations. Decoupled and coupled solution approaches with examples. Hydrodynamic models for device simulation. Monte Carlo models for device simulation. Self-consistent ensemble Monte Carlo method for device simulation with examples. Operation of advanced bipolar and hetero-junction bipolar transistors devices. Operation of advanced field effect transistors with emphasis on High electron mobility transistors. Deep submicron MOSFETs. Survey of techniques for quantum device modeling. Examinations, computer projects.

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