Course title
G02407003
Electronic Materials

ishikawa hiroyasu Click to show questionnaire result at 2019
Course description
This course deals with basic properties of conductor, resistor, semiconductor, magnetic and dielectric materials.
Purpose of class
You are expected to acquire the basic electrical functions and technologies of typical electronic materials.
Goals and objectives
  1. Be able to explain the kinds of conductor and resistor materials, their physical properties, and their applications.
  2. Be able to explain the kinds of semiconductor materials, their physical properties, and their applications.
  3. Be able to explain the kinds of magnetic and dielectric materials, their physical properties, and their applications.
Language
English
Class schedule

Class schedule HW assignments (Including preparation and review of the class.) Amount of Time Required
1. Guidance & Introduction (1): Definition and development of materials No need preparation 0minutes
2. ・Introduction (2): Typical Characterization Techniques for Electronic Materials
・Classical Theory of Electrical Conduction and Conducting Materials (1): Classical Theory of Electrical Conduction conducting materials
Review last week’s lesson.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
3. Classical Theory of Electrical Conduction and Conducting Materials (2): Materials for Electricity Transmission and Materials for Electrical Resistors, and Heating Elements Review last week’s lesson.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
4. Electron Energy in Solids ,and Electron Emission Review last week’s lesson.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
5. Semiconductor, Properties and Materials (1): Introduction, Band structure, and pn junctions and Their Typical Characteristics Review last week’s lesson.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
6. Semiconductor, Properties and Materials (2): Doping processes, and Metallization Review last week’s lesson.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
7. Midterm examination
(In Report case, Semiconductor, Properties and Materials (3): Oxidation of Silicon and Gallium Arsenic, Lithography and Etching)
Prepare the midterm examination or the midterm report.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
8. Magnetic Properties and Materials (1): Introduction and Fundamentals Review last week’s lesson.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
9. Magnetic Properties and Materials (2):Soft Magnetic Materials, and Hard Magnetic Materials Review last week’s lesson.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
10. Dielectrics (1): Introduction and Fundamentals, and Capacitors Review last week’s lesson.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
11. Dielectrics (2): Dielectric Materials, Piezoelectric Materials, and Pyroelectric Materials Review last week’s lesson.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
12. Optical Properties and Thermal Properties Review last week’s lesson.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
13. Thin Film Electronic Materials Review last week’s lesson.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
14. Final examination
(In Report case: Thin Film Electronic Materials (2): Nanomaterials for Electronic Device Applications)
Prepare the final examination or the final report.
Read the corresponding part in the textbook.
210minutes
Total. - - 2730minutes
Relationship between 'Goals and Objectives' and 'Course Outcomes'

D Total.
1. 33% 33%
2. 33% 33%
3. 34% 34%
Total. 100% -
Evaluation method and criteria
Evaluation method:
A 6th absence may constitute a failing grade in this course.
Midterm examination (or Midterm report) 50%, and final examination (or Final report) 50%. You must score at least 60 points or higher out of 100 to pass.
Criteria:
If you able to answer the chapter end questions with reference to the textbook, you will get 80 points out of 100 to pass.
Textbooks and reference materials
Course materials will be distributed in class. (Wei Gao, Zhengwei Li, Nigel Sammes, “An Instruction to Electronic Materials for Engineers 2nd Edition” (World Scientific, 2011) )
Prerequisites
Electronic or electric engineering undergraduate students are expected.
Office hours and How to contact professors for questions
  • 12:30-13:10 (Lunch break) on Wednesday @ #09L25 Research bldg. in TOYOSU campus.
    You can ask or contact me by e-mail in advance.
    email: ishkwh@sic.shibaura-it.ac.jp
Regionally-oriented
Non-regionally-oriented course
Development of social and professional independence
  • Non-social and professional independence development course
Active-learning course
N/A
Course by professor with work experience
Work experience Work experience and relevance to the course content if applicatable
N/A N/A
Education related SDGs:the Sustainable Development Goals
  • 9.INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
Last modified : Sat Mar 21 12:22:21 JST 2020