EEC245/EMS245/ECH245/MAE245 - Micro- and Nano-technology in Life Sciences  (Currently taught; next offering: Spring 2020)

This graduate course provides an interdisciplinary survey of biomedical device design, fabrication, and characterization from the engineering and biological perspectives. Selected concepts from several disciplines are illustrated by hands-on demonstrations.


EEC146A - Integrated Circuits Fabrication  (Next offering: Fall 2019)

This undergraduate course covers of basic microfabrication theory for metal oxide semiconductor (MOS) integrated circuits. Laboratory assignments include oxidation, photolithography, impurity diffusion, metallization, wet chemical etching, and device characterization.


EEC249 - Nanofabrication  (Next offering: Winter 2019)

This graduate course covers theory and practices of nanofabrication for producing advanced devices ranging from electronic to biological, as well as discusses the basic physics behind essential fabrication and characterization techniques.


EEC140A - Principles Of Device Physics I (Next offering: TBA)

This undergraduate course focuses on semiconductor device fundamentals, equilibrium and non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, conductivity, diffusion, density of states, electrons and holes, p-n junctions, Schottky junctions, and junction field effect transistors.


EEC298 – Navigating Graduate School  (Currently taught; next offering: Fall 2019)

This graduate course aims to orient the first-year students in the Electrical & Computer Engineering Graduate Program on topics, including time management, mentor-mentee relationship, scientific communication, research integrity, work-life balance, and intellectual property.