Modern Quantum Devices: Physics and Applications
This is an entry level graduate course concentrated on physical foundations of modern quantum electronic devices that have sprung up in the last decade and will become the mainstay of electronic and photonic systems. Understanding of functionality of these devices calls for a deeper comprehension of the underlying quantum theories. Examples of the topics covered: nano-lasers, plasmonics, graphene electronics and micromechanics, single electron transistors, and other topics selected by the students. The course will include students¿ presentations on topics of their choice.
Sample reading list:
See instructor for complete list
Not Open to Freshmen.
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