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Nanoelectronics and the Meaning of Resistance

By Supriyo Datta

Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

 

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    Huijuan Luo

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    Shiv Akarsh

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    The best lecture series ever. Covers a gamut of current day research topics like thermal effects, quantum hall effects and other spin effects etc. Datta gives a very gud lead from where researchers could take off and explore more on such cutting edge topics…

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    Tony Low Aik Seng

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    These lectures are extremely insightful, through to the style of employing simple model to illustrate the profound physics at play, especially the example of using the spin impurity to illustrate decoherence and information lost is intriguing. Looking forward to the online videos…

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    A N M Zainuddin

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    The matlab codes that are coming with it (Exercises Handout) are very useful for following the lectures.

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    Ahmad Ehteshamul Islam

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    Excellent lectures, as usual. There were some updates in the class lectures. Hope this will be incorporated soon.

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    Deepanjan Datta

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    These lecture slides are excellent…especially spintronics portions are really useful for enhancing knowledge and research.

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