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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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Lecture Number/Topic Online Lecture Video Lecture Notes Supplemental Material Suggested Exercises
Introduction: Nanoelectronics and the meaning of resistance View Flash View
Lecture 1A: What and where is the resistance? View Flash View Notes
Lecture 1B: What and where is the resistance? View Flash View Notes
Lecture 2A: Quantum Transport View Flash View Notes
Lecture 2B: Quantum Transport View Flash View Notes
Lecture 3A: Spin Transport View Flash View Notes
Lecture 3B: Spin Transport View Flash View Notes
Lecture 4A: Energy Exchange and Maxwell\'s Demon View Flash View Notes
Lecture 4B: Energy Exchange and Maxwell’s Demon View Flash View Notes
Lecture 5A: Correlations and Entanglement View Lecture Handout
Lecture 5B: Correlations and Entanglement View Lecture Handout
Nanoelectronics and the meaning of resistance: Course Handout and Exercises Course Handout and Exercises
Handout with reference list, MATLAB scripts and exercise problems.

Spins and Magnets (Whiteboard lecture), Part 1 View Lecture Notes (1&2)
Whiteboard version of approximately the same material covered in Lectures 3A/3B.

Spins and Magnets (Whiteboard lecture), Part 2 View Lecture Notes (1&2)
Whiteboard version of approximately the same material covered in Lectures 3A/3B.

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