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Modul
Modeling and Characterization of nanoelectronic Devices


Prof. Dr.-Ing. M. Schröter



Lecture of this modul

  • Modeling of nanoelectronic devices

    LectureStartRoomDayHourDurationLecturer
    Modeling of nanoelectronic devices07.04. 2022BAR/I86C/UThursday4. DL1 DLProf. Dr.-Ing.habil. M. Schröter

    PracticalStartRoomDayHourDurationOrganizer
    Modeling of nanoelectronic devices08.04. 2022BAR/218/UFriday3. DL1DLM.Sc. M. Annamalai

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  • Characterization of mikro- and nanoelectronic devices

    Lecture StartLocationDayTimeDurationLecturer
    Characterization of mikro- and nanoelectronic devices04.04. 2022.BAR/218/UMonday5. DL1DLProf. Dr.-Ing.habil. M. Schröter

    PracticalStartLocationDayTimeDurationOrganizer
    Characterization of mikro- and nanoelectronic devicesApril 2022BAR/218/UWednesday3. DL1DLDr. Y. Zimmermann

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Audience: Master course NES, ET-Students

Objective of the module (2/2/2):

The module emphasizes on current research topics and industry trends in the area of modeling and characterization of micro- and nanoelectronic devices.

Qualification goals of this lecture ( 2/0/1):): Students acquire expertise on:

  • applying computational and experimental methods and tools for solving independently research- and industry-like problems in the area of modeling and characterization of micro- and nanoelectronic devices (from conception to the discussion of results);
  • analyzing and interpreting simulation and experimental data;
  • becoming quickly familiar with new topics employing current research literature.

Assessment:

Grading of this course requires the successful completion of a project on a topic selected during the course period. The offered topics include device simulation, modeling and parameter extraction, or a literature study on novel devices. The project grading will be based on the submitted project results and their documentation.



L.Hofmann
04 April 2022