Semiconductor Device Modeling

Course Description

This is a course on Semiconductor Device Modeling by Prof. S. Karmalkar, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Madras.

At the end of this course you should be able to:
- Explain the equations, approximations and techniques available for deriving a model with specified properties, for a general device characteristic with known qualitative theory.
- Apply suitable approximations and techniques to derive the model referred to above starting from drift-diffusion transport equations (assuming these equations hold).
- Offer clues to qualitative understanding of the physics of a new device and conversion of this understanding into equations.
- Simulate characteristics of a simple device using MATLAB, SPICE and ATLAS / SYNOPSYS.
- Explain how the equations get lengthy and parameters increase in number while developing a compact model.
- List mathematical functions representing various non-linear shapes.

Semiconductor Device Modeling
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

Visit the official course website for more study materials: http://nptel.ac.in/syllabus/117106033/

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1 Motivation, Contents and Learning outcomes (51:17) Play Video
2 Introduction (49:29) Play Video
3 Qualitative model of transport (49:27) Play Video
4 Qualitative model of transport (49:52) Play Video
5 Qualitative model of transport (56:26) Play Video
6 Qualitative model of transport (54:55) Play Video
7 Qualitative model of transport (57:57) Play Video
8 EM field and transport equations (51:36) Play Video
9 EM field and transport equations (53:57) Play Video
10 EM field and transport equations (54:49) Play Video
11 EM field and transport equations (53:13) Play Video
12 EM field and transport equations (52:32) Play Video
13 EM field and transport equations (50:03) Play Video
14 EM field and transport equations (56:22) Play Video
15 Semi-classical Bulk Transport -- EM field and Transport Equations (57:01) Play Video
16 Drift-diffusion transport model (55:18) Play Video
17 Drift-diffusion transport model (50:12) Play Video
18 Drift-diffusion transport model (57:51) Play Video
19 Drift-diffusion transport model (54:30) Play Video
20 Drift-diffusion transport model (40:46) Play Video
21 Characteristic times and lengths (54:32) Play Video
22 Characteristic times and lengths (54:00) Play Video
23 Characteristic times and lengths (54:43) Play Video
24 Characteristic times and lengths (55:42) Play Video
25 Characteristic times and lengths (51:58) Play Video
26 Characteristic times and lengths (51:41) Play Video
27 Energy band diagrams (55:39) Play Video
28 Energy band diagrams (48:11) Play Video
29 Energy band diagrams (53:42) Play Video
30 Energy band diagrams (55:55) Play Video
31 Energy band diagrams (50:34) Play Video
32 Energy band diagrams (59:13) Play Video
33 Energy band diagrams (52:01) Play Video
34 SQEBASTIP -- nine steps of model derivation (53:42) Play Video
35 SQEBASTIP -- nine steps of model derivation (53:33) Play Video
36 SQEBASTIP -- nine steps of model derivation (56:27) Play Video
37 Types of device models (56:44) Play Video
38 Types of device models (52:09) Play Video
39 MOSFET : Device Structures and Characteristics (51:56) Play Video
40 MOSFET : Device Structures and Characteristics (49:08) Play Video
41 DC Model of a Large Uniformly Doped Bulk MOSFET: Qualitative Theory (52:12) Play Video
42 DC Model of a Large Uniformly Doped Bulk MOSFET: Qualitative Theory (56:23) Play Video
43 DC Model of a Large Uniformly Doped Bulk MOSFET: Qualitative Theory (50:12) Play Video
44 DC Model of a Large Uniformly Doped Bulk MOSFET: Qualitative Theory (43:11) Play Video
45 DC Model of a Large Uniformly Doped Bulk MOSFET: Qualitative Theory (44:05) Play Video
46 DC Model of a Large Uniformly Doped Bulk MOSFET: Qualitative Theory (51:08) Play Video

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