|Course name||Semiconductor Optics and Optical Devices|
Cross listings: none
|Prerequisites||Required: graduate standing or permission of instructor
|Course Description||Perturbation of energy states in semiconductors; direct and indirect transitions; absorption processes; optical constants; absorption spectroscopy; radiative and nonradiative transitions; processes occurring at p-n junctions; junction devices; LEDs and semiconductor lasers; photovoltaics and photoconductors.|
|Keywords||ICs, integrated circuits, fabrication, processing, chips, silicon|
|Contact||Name: Martin Afromowitz
Department: Electrical Engineering
This course is part of the curriculum in Applied Microtechnology at the University of Washington.