EE531: Semiconductor Devices & Device Simulation

Course name Semiconductor Devices & Device Simulation
Course number EE531
Cross listings: none
Credit Hours 4
Quarter Offered Spring
Frequency Every even year
Prerequisites Required: EE 482
Recommended:
Course Description Study of device phenomena in very small and high-speed devices including effects of scaling, interfaces, and high doping. Control of electrical characteristics (threshold voltage, breakdown voltage, on/off currents, current gain, switching speed) in small MOS structures. Extensive use of device simulation software.
Laboratory none
Keywords CMOS, submicron, TCAD, VLSI, device phenomena
Web Page dunham.ee.washington.edu/ee531
Contact Name: Scott Dunham
Department: Electrical Engineering
email: dunham@ee.washington.edu

This course is part of the curriculum in Applied Microtechnology at the University of Washington.


For more information please contact Karl Böhringer (karl@ee.washington.edu).