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Welcome to the Nanoelectronics group! If you are a student or practicing engineer or scientist who wants to learn more about nanoelectronics or an instructor looking for materials to use in a course, you can find material here that includes complete courses and seminars on specialized topics.

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Introductory Material

Introduction to Concepts of Quantum Transport

by Supriyo Datta
This 17 minute introductory lecture gives an overview of Quantum Transport and describes what will be covered in the other lectures in this 4-part series. The material is covered in more detail in the nanoHUB-U courses, Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics I and II.


nanoHUB-U Courses

Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics, Part 1— Basic Concepts

Taught by Supriyo Datta
Selected Topics: Ohm’s Law for nanoscale resistors, conductivity, resistance, nanotransistors, electrostatics, spinning electrons, temperature, heat current, bottom-up view

Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics, Part 2— Quantum Models

Taught by Supriyo Datta
Selected Topics: quantum systems, Schrodinger Equation, dispersion, quantum transport, non-equilibrium Green’s Function (NEGF) method, resistor, 1D wire, conductance, 2D ballistic conductor, Hall effect, spin transistor. entropy, law of equilibrium

Nanoscale Transistors

Taught by Mark Lundstrom
Selected Topics: transistors, semiconductors, MOSFET, poisson equation, gate voltage, MOS, VS model, ballistic injection velocity, carrier scattering, mean-free-path, mobility and drain current, fundamental limits, heterostructure, CMOS inverter


Graduate Courses

Solid State Devices

ECE 606 at Purdue University (2012) 26 Lectures.
Taught by Gerhard Klimeck
Selected Topics: crystal classification, quantum mechanics, bandstructures, density of states, Schrodinger’s Equation, intrinsic semiconductors, p-n junctions, bipolar transistors, p-n diode characteristics/ AC response, MOS electrostatics, MOScap, MOSFET

Principles of Semiconductor Devices

ECE 606 at Purdue University (2008) 42 Lectures.
Taught by Muhammad A. Alam
Selected Topics: device physics, devices, transistors, periodic crystals, quantum mechanics, energy bands, density of states, equilibrium statistics/concentrations, bulk recombination, carrier transport, hall effect, diffusion, continuity equations, Schottky Diode, BJT, heterojunction, MOS, MOSFET characteristics

Solid State Electronic Devices

ECE 440 at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2008) 38 Lectures.
Taught by Eric Pop
Selected Topics: p-n junctions, bipolar transistors, field effect transistors, crystal lattices, energy bands, carrier statistics, drift, doping semiconductors, carrier concentrations, optical absorption, photoconductivity, diffusion, P-N Diode, BJT, MOS, MOSFET

Solid State Electronic Devices Homework Assignments

ECE 440 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2009)
Taught by Mohamed Mohamed
Selected Topics: crystal lattices, energy bands, carrier statistics, drift, doping semiconductors, optical absorption, diffusion, P-N Diode, BJT, MOS, MOSFET

From Quantum Mechanics and Atoms to Realistic Devices

Universita di Pisa, Pisa, Italy (2009) 41 Lectures.
Taught by Gerhard Klimeck
Selected Topics: NEMO, nanoHUB.org, bandstructure engineering, transmission, barrier structures, quantum charge, doping, asymmetric structures, NEMO 1D, alloy disorder, OMEN, quantum dots, strain layer

Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics

ECE 453 at Purdue University (2004) 40 Lectures.
Taught by Supriyo Datta and Behtash Behinaein
Selected Topics: electron flow, quantum conductance, charging effects, Schrödinger equation, finite difference method, basis functions, bandstructures, reciprocal lattice, graphene bandstructure, nanotubes, subbands, density of states, resistance, effective mass equation, capacitance, broadening, current/voltage characteristics, transmission, wavefunction versus Green’s Function, Ohm’s Law ,Coulomb blockade

Nanoscale Transistors

ECE 612 at Purdue University (2006) 35 Lectures.
Taught by Mark Lundstrom
Selected Topics: nanoelectronics, nanotransistors, transistors, MOSFET, CMOS process, scattering theory

Nanoscale Transistors

ECE 612 at Purdue University (2008) 29 Lectures.
Taught by Mark Lundstrom
Selected Topics: MOSFET, electrostatics, device scaling, CMOS process, heterojunction, VT Engineering, series resistance, effective mobility, heterostructure, electrostatics

Nanoelectronics and the Meaning of Resistance

ECE at Purdue University (2008) 6 Lectures.
Taught by Supriyo Datta
Selected Topics: resistance, quantum transport, spin transport, energy exchange, Maxwell’s Demon,correlations and entanglement, spins and magnets

Electronic Transport in Semiconductors

ECE 656 at Purdue University (2009) 36 Lectures.
Taught by Mark Lundstrom
Selected Topics: near-equilibrium transport, Landauer approach, Boltzman equation, percolative transport, carrier scattering, relaxation times, Monte Carlo simulation, off-equilibrium transport, quantum transport

Electronic Transport in Semiconductors

ECE 656 at Purdue University (2011) 41 Lectures.
Taught by Mark Lundstrom
Selected Topics: carrier transport, k-space, resistance, thermoelectric effects, drift-diffusion, Boltzmann transport (BTE), magnetic fields, transmission and back scattering, photon scattering, Monte Carlo Simuation, High-field transport, non-local transport, Ensemble Effects, Ballistic Transport

Concepts of Quantum Transport

Purdue University (2006) 9 Lectures.
Taught by Supriyo Datta
Selected Topics: nanodevices, Maxwell’s demon, electrical resistance, probabilities, Green’s function (NEGF) Coulomb blockade, Fock space

Atom to Transistor

Purdue University (2004) 42 Lectures.
Taught by Supriyo Datta
Selected Topics: quantum conductance, charging/Coulomb blockade, Ohm’s law, Schrodinger equation, self consistent field, basic functions, band structure, quantum wells, wires, dots, nano-tubes, subbands, capacitance, level broadening, coherent transport, non-coherent transport, spin

Atom to Transistor

ECE 659 at Purdue University (2009) 42 Lectures.
Taught by Supriyo Datta
Selected Topics:ballistic transport, diffusive transport, Landauer model, Hall effect, scattering theory, cyclotron frequency, coherent transport, non-coherent transport, NEGF equations, conductance quantization, transverse modes, spin matricies, spin-orbit, spin torque, thermoelectricity, single/triplet states

Fundamentals and Applications

Purdue University (2011) 10 Lectures.
Taught by Mark Lundstrom
Selected Topics: near-equilibrium transport, resistance-ballistic diffusive, thermoelectricity, scattering, Boltzmann transport equation, phonon transport

Far-From-Equilibrium Quantum Transport

ECE 659 at Purdue University (2010) 4 Lectures.
Taught by Gerhard Klimeck
Selected Topics: nanoelectronic modeling, high bias quantum transport, NEMO1D, NEMO3D, OMEN, realistic resonant tunneling diodes, quantum dots, nanowires, ultra-thin body transistors,electronic structure and transport, formation of bandstructure in finite superlattices

Nanoelectronics Devices, With an Introduction to Spintronics

ECE at Purdue University (2010) 7 Lectures.
Taught by Supriyo Datta and Mark Lundstrom
Selected Topics: nanoelectronic devices, spintronics, atom to transistor, bottom up view, conductance, thermoelectricity, Maxwell’s demon, electron spin

A New Approach to Nanoelectronic Devices and Materials

Purdue University (Summer of 2011 and 2012) Various Media and Resources
Taught by Various Speakers.
Selected Topics: near-equilibrium transport, solar cell fundamentals, thermal transport across interfaces, atomistic material science, nanoelectronic devices, spintronics, materials simulations, electronics from bottom up, graphene physics, resistance, MOSFETs, percolation theory, semiconductors, nanobiosensors


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