EECE 534: Green Nanoelectronic Devices, Winter 2012-2013, Term 2
This course presents fundamentals for materials, operation and design of green energy devices and related technologies. Examples of devices that are discussed include photovoltaic (PV) cells, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), power scavenging devices, and batteries that can be used in novel mobile electronic systems. The course consists of regular weekly lectures, and bi-weekly meetings on a course project.
Tu-Th, 15:30 - 17:00
Peyman Servati: Tue 17:00 - 18:00, KAIS 4042 or by appointment.
- Need for green and renewable energy devices
- Novel materials and deposition technologies
- Energy generation devices: PV, power scavenging, thermoelectric, fuel-cells
- Lighting devices
- Energy storage systems: batteries, supercapacitors
- Power electronics
- Other applications