Teaching

Department of Engineering,
Material on those courses will become available during Michaelmas 2015*


Exposition (Part IA)


3B5 Semiconductor Engineering (Part IIA)

  • Basic physics of semiconductors, junctions and related devices.
  • Timetable Michaelmas 2015 [pdf]

  • Lecture 9: The pn Junction diode[pdf]

  • Lecture 10: The Continuity Equation [pdf]

  • Lecture 11: Current Flow in the p+n Junction [pdf]

  • Lecture 12: Metal-Semiconductor Junctions [pdf]

  • Lecture 13: The BJT & HBT [pdf]

  • Lecture 14: The JFET, MESFET & HEMT [pdf]

  • Lecture 15: The MOSFET (Part I) [pdf]

  • Lecture 16: The MOSFET (Part II) [pdf]

  • 3B5 examples paper 3 [pdf]

  • 3B5 examples paper 4 [pdf]

  • Computer History Museum [link]


3B5 Laboratory - Schottky Barrier Diode (Part IIA)

  • Solid state device characterisation.
  • Lab handout [pdf]


4C3 Electrical and Nano Materials (Part IIB)

  • Processing, characterisation and properties of modern electrical materials.
  • Timetable Michaelmas 2015 [pdf]

  • Part 1 :Bulk Electrical Materials - Dr John H. Durrell

    • Materials for Permanent Magnet Applicaions

    • Bulk High Tc Superconductors for High Field Applications

    • Pyroelectric Materials for IR Detector Applications

    • Piezoelectric Materials for Acoustic Applications

  • Part2: Thin Film Technology - Dr S Hofmann

    • Historical Perspective

    • Gas Kinetics and vacuum technology

    • Thin film deposition methods

    • Characterisation of thin films, nano materials and surfaces

    • [Part 1 pdf]

    • [Part 2 pdf]

  • Part 3: Microcircuits - Prof J. Robertson

    • Quantum Mechanics, Bonds and Bands in Solids

    • Semiconductors, insulators

    • Materials for Si integrated circuits

    • Optoelectronics

    • Large area materials and Nano-materials


* Note: pdf files are Raven protected