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Lecture 1: Introduction, semiconductor materials, Si structure, electrons and holes

Lecture 2: Energy-band model, doping

Lecture 3: Thermal equilibrium, carrier concentrations

Lecture 4: Carrier drift and mobility, resistivity

Lecture 5: Diffusion, electric potential and field, non-uniformly doped semiconductor

Lecture 6: Generation-recombination; excess carriers

Lecture 7: Continuity equations; minority-carrier diffusion equations; quasi-Fermi levels

**Metal-Semiconductor Contacts**

Lecture
8: Poisson's equation, work function, M-S energy band diagrams

Lecture
9: *I*-*V* characteristics, practical ohmic contacts, small-signal
capacitance

**pn Junction Diodes**

Lecture
10: Electrostatics

Lecture
11: Junction breakdown; ideal diode equation

Lecture
12: Narrow-base diode; charge-control model

Lecture
13: Deviations from the ideal; small-signal model

Lecture
14: Transient response; diode applications

**The Bipolar Junction Transistor**

Lecture
15: BJT fundamentals, ideal transistor analysis

Lecture
16: Narrow emitter/collector; Ebers-Moll model, base-width modulation

Lecture
17: Early voltage, bandgap narrowing, poly-Si emitter, Gummel plot

Lecture
18: Non-ideal effects, charge control model, base transit time

Lecture
19: Small-signal model, transient response

**PNPN Devices**

Lecture
20

**The MOS Capacitor**

Lecture
21: Energy-band diagrams, electrostatics

Lecture
22: Capacitance, effect of oxide charges

Lecture
23: MOS non idealities, V_{T} adjustment, MOSFET structure
and operation

**The MOS Field-Effect Transistor**

Lecture
24: Long-channel MOSFET *I-V* (square-law theory)

Lecture
25: Long-channel MOSFET *I-V* (modified), effective mobility,
subthreshold leakage

Lecture
26: Small-signal model, velocity saturation; short-channel MOSFET *I-V*

Lecture
27: Short-channel effect, drain-induced barrier lowering, source/drain
engineering

Lecture
28: MOSFET scaling, CMOS technology

Lecture
29: SOI technology, MOS memory devices

Lecture
30: Charge-coupled devices

**Course Review**

Lecture
31