Homework assignments for the Fall 2009 teaching of Illinois ECE 440: Solid State Electronic Devices.
- K.C. Hsieh (course director)
- Eric Pop
- Matthew Gilbert
- Logan Liu
- Jean-Pierre Leburton (course director)
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