Materials Science for Electronic Engineers
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A C T I V I T I E S

 

MATERIALS SCIENCE
FOR ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS

2020-2021 Fall Semester

 

 

QUIZ 1 & 3 MAKE UP

January 21, 2021 (19:00-conducted through Webonline using Safe Exam Browser)

 

 

FINAL EXAM

14.01.2021 (12:30-conducted through Webonline using Safe Exam Browser)

 

 

QUIZ 3

12.01.2021 (19:00-conducted through Webonline using Safe Exam Browser)

 

 

QUIZ I

04.11.2020 (19:30-conducted through Webonline using Safe Exam Browser)

 

 

I. MIDTERM

23.11.2020 (13:30)

 

 

II. MIDTERM

21.12.2020 (13:30)

 

 

 

 

INSTRUCTORS

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ziya Esen

Materials Science and Engineering Department, N-B16

 

 

 


Course Schedule

Lecture

Monday 13:20-16:10 Online 

 

Course Description

Materials have been an integral and important part of electrical and electronic engineering from finding good conductors of electricity that can carry very high current to finding good insulators that can handle very high voltages.

Semiconductors, superconductors, magnetic materials, optical materials have been all making use of different electron behaviors in solids interacting with electrical, optical and magnetic fields. In order to understand and develop such technologies, a deep and thorough understanding of structure and property of materials is necessary.

Therefore, in this course we will study:

  • structures in various sizes (atomic structure, crystal structure, defect structure, electronic structure, microstructure, etc.)
  • different properties of materials (electrical, optical, magnetic, etc.)

and eventually do the correlation between structure and property, that is, understand how structure dictates properties of materials.

 

Text book:

William D. Callister, David G. Rethwisch, Materials Science and Engineering, An Introduction 8th Ed (John Wiley & Sons, 2011)

 

Reference Books:

- Donald A. Neamen, An introduction to Semiconductor Devices

- Ben G. Streetman, Solid State Electronic Devices, Prentice Hall 2000

 

Grading Scheme:

Midterm 1

25%

Midterm 2

25%

Quiz + HW

15%

Final

35%