Semiconductor Physics and Device

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Lecturer
Tokito Shizuo  Ozasa Kazunari 
Place
 
Credits
Lecture2  Exercise0  Experiment0
Code
95058
Syllabus updated
2009/9/28
Lecture notes updated
2009/9/28
Semester
Fall Semester

Outline of lecture

This lecture covers the basic physics of semiconductors as well as the wide applications including solar cells, transistors, memory devices, and sensors. The first half term focuses on inorganic semiconductors (PN junction, solar cells, transistors, memory devices, new technologies, nanomaterials), and the second half focuses on organic semiconductors (new organic semiconductor materials, luminescence, thin film transistors, displays).
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Purpose of lecture

This lecture covers the basic physics of semiconductors as well as the wide applications including solar cells, transistors, memory devices, and sensors. The first half term focuses on inorganic semiconductors (PN junction, solar cells, transistors, memory devices, new technologies, nanomaterials), and the second half focuses on organic semiconductors (new organic semiconductor materials, luminescence, thin film transistors, displays).

Plan of lecture

1.Semiconductor Physics and quantum structures
2.Quantum levels in nanostructures
3.Luminescence of CdSe nanoparticles
4.Surface modification of nanoparticles
5.Principles of FET characteristics
6.ISFET
7.Bionano sensors
8.Organic Semiconductor
9.Electronic Conduction in Organic Thin-Films
10.Optical Properties of Organic Thin-Films
11.Fabrication of Organic Thin-Films
12.Organic Light-Emitting Diodes
13.Organic Light-Emitting Diode Displays
14.Organic Thin-Film Transistors

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