Academics

Graduate Program

Academics

Graduate Program

Graduate Program

Solid State Physics

Subject No.
Research
Credit
Classification
EE661
Device
3
72

The course will cover basic physics and applications of various solid-state materials such as metals, semiconductors, dielectrics, thermoelectric materials, and magnetic materials. Also are included the various physics of nanostructures such as quantum well, quantum wire, quantum dots.

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