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Courses - Spring 2020
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Topics in Electrophysics; Quantum Phenomena in Electrical Engineering
Credits: 3
Grad Meth: Reg, P-F
Prerequisite: Completion of ENEE380 with a minimum grade of a "C-." Completion of all lower-division technical courses in EE curriculum. Co-requisites: ENEE313 and ENEE381.

The course provides fundamental understanding of quantum mechanical principles for electrical engineering and nanotechnology applications. It is designed to acquaint electrical and computer engineering students with concepts on which modern electronic and optical devices are based. Topics include: wave phenomena and wave-particle duality, photons and quantum states, entanglement, paradoxes, quantum crytography, Schrodingers equation in 1-dimension, bound states, tunneling, scattering problems, optoelectronic and electronic devices and superconducting Josephson's junctions.