Materials and the interfaces between them are the key elements in determining the functioning of electronic devices and systems. This course develops the fundamental parameters of the basic solid material types and their relationships to electrical, thermal, mechanical, and optical properties. The application of these materials to the design and fabrication of electronic components is described, including integrated circuits, passive components, and electronic boards, modules, and systems.

Course prerequisites: 

An undergraduate degree in engineering, physics, or materials science; familiarity with materials structures and electronic devices.

Course instructor: 
Charles

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