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コロラド大学ボルダー校(University of Colorado Boulder) による Semiconductor Physics の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック



This course can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5630, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree. This course introduces basic concepts of quantum theory of solids and presents the theory describing the carrier behaviors in semiconductors. The course balances fundamental physics with application to semiconductors and other electronic devices. At the end of this course learners will be able to: 1. Understand the energy band structures and their significance in electric properties of solids 2. Analyze the carrier statistics in semiconductors 3. Analyze the carrier dynamics and the resulting conduction properties of semiconductors...




Very informative course and nice approach to solve problems. Well tailored course suited to under graduate engineering students



A very useful course for me to understand semiconductor physics. And systematically operated course.


Semiconductor Physics: 51 - 58 / 58 レビュー

by Yash S


Nice but should be more detailed

by Vivek K


The problems can be very challenging and once you get stuck in one of them, you feel terrible. Also, once you get hold of and master all of them you feel elated. Have experienced both ends of the spectrum, so yeah! If you are looking for an introduction to the course, or you're just trying to learn it lightly, this is not the course for you. Good luck !

by William H


A lot of the material covered in the peer reviewed assignments were not covered in the lectures. This required me to read through various semiconductor physics textbooks to get an idea on how to do these problems. The lectures seemed lackluster.

by Turner J W


F​elt haphazard compared to my previous courses in this. Also, issues with rounding errors in HW made them very difficult. Decent intro however.

by M S R


There are issues regarding the answers in tests despite giving them the correct answers.

by Ankush S


There are unnecessary numericals , also no solved examples, neither any particular reading provided for extra learning for more explanation.

by Nahti K


Math heavy.

by T


Final exam designed to fail students.