CHEM ENG 7107 - Engineering of Semiconductor Materials

North Terrace Campus - Semester 1 - 2021

The objective of the course will be to introduce fundamental and applied principles of advanced semiconductor materials. This will include conventional and state-of-the-art fabrication techniques, and chemical and physical properties of semiconductor materials. On successful completion of this course students will be able to: - Understand and discuss the basic principles of advanced semiconductor materials; - Explain and correlate the structure-property of semiconductor materials at the nanoscale by different characterisation techniques; - Define the basic properties and characteristics of semiconductor materials by analysing their properties through a set of characterisation techniques; - Discuss the basic principles of semiconductors technology, including conventional and cutting-edge fabrication techniques; - Apply and select appropriate techniques for characterising semiconductor materials; and - Demonstrate the basic aspects of advanced engineering of semiconductor materials and their applications, such as lasers and LEDs, solar cells, photocatalysts, etc.

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