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ECE 606: Principles of Semiconductor Devices

By Muhammad A. Alam

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

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    Anonymous

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    Excellent, but it would be better to use a pointer

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    Aryan Navabi

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    I’ve had 3 courses on this top in undergraduate and graduate schools. These lectures are by far much better explained and taught. I really like Prof. Alam’s clear and colored slides. His explanations of the key concepts were very good and better from the other ones I’ve heard. Thank you for such an excellent lecture series.

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    chuck norris

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    Is there any chance of obtaining the exercises for this course?

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    1. Anonymous

      Please see http://nanohub.org/groups/ece606lundstrom for additional resources, exercises, and solutions.

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    Anonymous

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    Very nice teaching material! it is fantastic!

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    Ellen Scanley

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    Fantastic!

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    Ninge Gowda

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    Really excellent teaching, I would be more better If A pointer used while explaining….. Ninge Gowda

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    1. Ninge Gowda

      small correction …. It would be more better If A pointer used while explaining….. Ninge Gowda

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    Anonymous

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    Dr Alam is an excellent teacher, I got my Ph.D. in semiconductor physics, but have never encountered a teacher that makes the subject this lucid. Brilliant is all I can say.

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    Anonymous

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    The lectures of course ECE 606 by Prof. Alam is the best lecture, I have ever found. The organization of the course materials and delivery of lectures both are peerless. These lectures cover material, transport, PN diode, Schottky diode, BJT, HBT, MOS-C, MOSFET, unconventional structures, solar cell etc. Prof. Alam taught this course from research perspective and paid more emphasis on physics of the material & device which is very helpful for realization what is happening inside material & device. Beginners, who are interested to research in material & device or related fields, I will highly encourage them to read these lectures first. These lectures are sufficient to start and continue research in related fields. While hearing these lectures, I felt that Prof. Alam shared his experience with us about device making it lively and enjoyable. Thank you Prof. Alam for this effort to prepare materials and sharing with us.

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    Anonymous

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    The lectures of course ECE 606 by Prof. Alam is the best lecture, I have ever found. The organization of the course materials and delivery of lectures both are peerless. These lectures cover material, transport, PN diode, Schottky diode, BJT, HBT, MOS-C, MOSFET, unconventional structures, solar cell etc. Prof. Alam taught this course from research perspective and paid more emphasis on physics of the material & device which is very helpful for realization what is happening inside material & device. Beginners, who are interested to research in material & device or related fields, I will highly encourage them to read these lectures first. These lectures are sufficient to start and continue research in related fields. While hearing these lectures, I felt that Prof. Alam shared his experience with us about device making it lively and enjoyable. Thank you Prof. Alam for this effort to prepare materials and sharing with us.

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    Ed Pataky

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    These are great lectures … I started watching these as a refresher for semiconductors and I was very happy with the content, style, and presentation of the material … very clear, very organized, great slides ….

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    Joseph M. Cychosz

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    This is one of the finest presentations of this material I have encountered. Having taken a similar course some 30+ years ago from Streetman, this course explains with clarity many of the concepts I struggled with back then. I highly recommend working through Datta’s ECE 659 course with this course. The same material appears in parts of each course but with different perspectives.

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    Anonymous

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    This is a foundational course for anyone who works on electronic devices, and Prof. Alam does an outstanding job of presenting the material. Concepts like self-consistent transport of charged carriers, energy band diagrams-how to draw them and how to interpret them, that fact that the Fermi level in constant in equilibrium and that a voltmeter measures the difference in Fermi levels – not electrostatic potentials – all these (and more) are all powerful concepts that can be applied to many types of devices – not only PN junctions, bipolar transistors, and MOSFETs, but solar cells, bio-sensors, and a host of other devices.

    I recommend this course to anyone working in the field of electronic devices and materials, and thanks to Prof. Alam for all the time and effort it took to develop this course and for sharing it with us on the nanoHUB.

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    Anonymous

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    It\‘s really good resource for the students who doesn\‘t have any Idea about semiconductors and nanoelectronics

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    1. Zohaib Jawaid

      Its really wonderful work. Carry on your good work Mr. Alam and team. Its not only a good resource for Students of Purdue University but it is beneficial for All students around the world.

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