Integrated Microelectronic Devices OpenCourseWare: A Graduate Level Free Online Course by MIT on Device Operation

Published Jan 14, 2009

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Explore the basics of semiconductors and other microelectronic devices in this free OpenCourseWare offered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). 'Integrated Microelectronic Devices' explores the physics of these conductors, their reactions and transports. This graduate-level course is ideal for those studying Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and has a prerequisite of Microelectronic Devices or an equivalent.

Integrated Microelectronic Devices: Course Specifics

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Integrated Microelectronic Devices: Course Description

Discover how the movement of electrons through microelectronic devices, like semiconductors, affects the flow of energy. Through this course, offered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)'s School of Engineering in Cambridge, Massachusetts, students learn how the superconductor's energy band operates, the amount of energy created through the transport and factors that affect the energy. The course covers different factors that change semiconductors' operations and effectiveness, such as a change of light or temperature. Professor Jesús Del Alamo teaches this course about microelectronic devices, their reactions, design, structure and characteristics. In order to get the most out of this course, students will need to have access to the MatLab software suite.

Projects, tests, quizzes, assignments, lectures and notes are available for free online. An online lab and lists of suggested course readings and required readings are also accessible. To take this course, visit the integrated microelectronic devices course page.

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