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Welcome to the Physics group! If you are a student or practicing engineer or scientist who wants to learn more about physics 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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This group contains the following:
Purdue University (2001) 39 Lectures.
Taught by Jerry M. Woodall
Selected Topics: energy and power, atoms and heat, gravity, force, and space, Chain reactions, electricity, nuclear reactors, waves, earthquakes, light, invisible light, climate change, quantum physics, relativity, the universe
MSE 405 at Northwestern University (2006) 35 Lectures.
Taught by Mark Hersam
Selected Topics: wave function, Schrodinger equation, free particle, bound particles, scattering, tunneling, separation of variables, hydrogen atoms, bosons, fermions,perturbation theory, free electron theory, vibrations, harmonic crystal, semiconductors
Purdue University (2008) 2 Lectures.
Taught by Muhammad A. Alam
Selected Topics: percolation of electronic devices, thresholds, islands, fractals
Purdue University (2009) 6 Lectures.
Taught by Joerg Appenzeller, Supriyo Datta and Mark Lundstrom
Selected Topics: bottom up, graphene fundamentals, low bias transport, NEGF simulation, graphene nanodevices, PN junctions
Purdue University (2008) 9 Lectures.
Taught by Mark Lundstrom
Selected Topics: ballistic MOSFET, ballistic transport, bottom up approach, drift-diffusion, MOSFET, nanoelectronics, nanotransistors, short course, transistors