Prerequisites: ENEE380 and completion of all lower-division technical courses in the EE curriculum. Co-requisites: ENEE313 and ENEE381.
A fundamental understanding of quantum mechanical principles for electrical engineering and nanotechnology applications is provided. Students will be acquainted with concepts on which modern electronic andoptical devices are based. Topics include: wave phenomena and wave-particle duality, photons and quantum states, entanglement, paradoxes, quantum cryptography, Schrodinger's equation in 1-dimension, bound states, tunneling, s cattering problems, optoelectronic and electronic devices and superconducting Josephson's junctions.