Gerhard Wachutka


Course on

Physical Electronics
(Course Code: NM 6608)

Lecturer: Prof. Gerhard Wachutka

Academic Year 2012/2013
Lecture & Tutorial: 18 Febr. – 1 March, 2013 Venue: S2 – B5a – 01 Total Hours: 45

Introduction and motivation: Basic energy-domain coupling effects in solidstate microstructured electronic and micromechatronical devices and their application fields: . and microsystems. doped material systems. mobility.microsensors. Intrinsic and extrinsic electrical conductivity. thermodynamic equilibrium. semiconductor carrier statistics.microelectronics. Characteristic equilibrium and transport properties of semiconductor materials: 3. excess carrier phenomena. Phenomenological transport theory as basis for "Virtual Prototyping" of microdevices and microsystems -2- . entropy maximum principle. thermoelectricity. . Solid-state devices under near-equilibrium operating conditions: 4. . galvanomagnetism. microactuators. continuous field models of energy-coupled multidomain systems. electronic density of states.Contents 1. equilibrium properties in nonuniform. carrier generationrecombination. Band theory. physics-based macromodeling of microsystems 2.power electronics. drift diffusion model and its extensions. Onsager´s transport model. thermal conductivity.

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