Modeling which is an abstraction of the action and the construction in devices and systems and the simulation using the models are the basic of science and technology. This course deals the modeling and the simulation technologies on electronic circuits, and electronic materials.
This course aims to acquire the ability to solve the actual problems by applying the knowledge in electromagnetism, solid-state physics, and electronic circuits with programming of MATALB, as well as studying the principles of modeling and the simulation.
At the end of this course, students will be able to acquire the following ability.
1) Make basic simulation programs using MATLAB.
2) Make basic simulation programs and modeling in electronic circuits.
3) Explain and make basic simulation programs in the first principle calculation.
MATLAB, SPICE, Circuit simulator, Modified Nodal Analysis, Newton's method, Numerical integration method, LU decomposition method, Linearization method, Finite difference method, Finite element method, Boundary element method, Method of moments, Maxwell equations, Numerical integration, Quantum mechanics, Schrödinger equation, First principle calculation, Reciprocal lattice, Pseudopotential.
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Students must read the appointed part of the lecture note uploaded in OCW-i, before coming to the class. Students must make the report to the tasks shown in previous class and submit it at the class. MATLAB should be installed in own PCs before starting this class.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Introduction of electrical and electronic engineering and simulation technology||Can explain the basics of the simulation technology in electrical and electronic engineering.|
|Class 2||About MATLAB (including Computer Shogi)||A description of MATLAB and a basic programming method. Bring each computer with MATLAB installed.|
|Class 3||Electronic Circuit Simulation - Foundations of Circuit Simulation and Modified Nodal Method -||Can explain the modified nodal method.|
|Class 4||Electronic circuit simulation - Modeling and transient analysis of capacitance · inductor · AC analysis -||Can explain the capacity, inductor modeling and transient, AC analysis.|
|Class 5||Electronic circuit simulation - MOS transistor modeling -||Can explain modeling of MOS transistor.|
|Class 6||Electronic circuit simulation - Device parameter extraction technology -||Can explain device parameter extraction.|
|Class 7||Coupling of electric field model and circuit model||Can convert Maxwell's equation into a model that can be handled by a circuit simulator.|
|Class 8||Modeling in MATLAB / SimLink SimLink||Can explain the SimLink model.|
|Class 9||First principle calculation; Fundamental of quantum mechanics||Can explain the fundamental of quantum mechanics.|
|Class 10||First principle calculation; Solving method for wave equation (two-states system)||Can solve the eigenvalue and eigenfunction in two-states system|
|Class 11||First principle calculation; Solving method for wave equation (1D periodic system)||Can solve the 1D periodic band structure|
|Class 12||First principle calculation; Reciprocal lattice||Can explain the reciprocal lattice and usage of it.|
|Class 13||First principle calculation; Empty lattice approximation||Can explain the empty lattice approximation.|
|Class 14||First principle calculation; Pseudopotential and draw up of band diagram||Can draw the band diagram using the pseudopotential.|
|Class 15||First principle calculation; Concept of first principle calculation||Can explain the outline of first principle calculation|
Course materials can be found on OCW-i.
Reference books are;
MIURA Michiko, MYOONO Takao, and MORI Kenji, “Circuit-Simulation Technics and MOSFET Modeling” Realize Science & Engineering Center. （ISBN#: 9784898080405）
HAMAGUCHI Tomohiro, “Semiconductor Physics” Asakura. （ISBN#: 9784254221459）
Student’s course scores are conducted based on the due reports (30%) and final examination (70%).
Contact by e-mail advance to schedule an appointment and come to professor’s office.