EC 8th sem Nanoelectronics Syllabus EC-803 Nanoelectronics Syllabus Electronics and Communication Engineering

RGTU/RGPV EC-803 Nanoelectronics Syllabus
RGTU/RGPV Nanoelectronics SYLLABUS
Electronics and Communication Engineering EC 8th Semester Syllabus

PROGRAMME: Electronics & Communication Engineering
COURSE: EC-803 Nanoelectronics

Unit-I Introduction
The ‘Top down’ and ‘Bottom up’ approach, Why Nanoelectronics?, Nanotechnology potential.Band structure and density of states at Nanoscale: energy bands, density of states at low dimensional structure.
Electrical transport in Nanostructure:  Electrical  conduction in metals, insulator/ionic crystals  and semiconductors.  Conduction mechanism in bulk, thin film and low dimensional system. Introductory quantum mechanics for Nanoscience: size effect in smaller systems, quantum behavior of nanometric world.

Unit-II Tunnel junction and application of tunneling: Tunneling through a potential barrier, potential energy profiles of material interfaces,  applications of tunneling. Quantum wells, wires and dots: Semiconductor hetrostructure and quantum wells, quantum dots and nanoparticles.

Unit-III Single electron transistor: Coulomb Blockade, single electron transistor, other SET and FET structures. 

Unit-IV Ballastic and spin transport: Classical and semi-classical transport, ballistic transport, carbon nanotubes and nanowires, transport of spin and spintronics.
The era of new  Nanostructures  of carbon:  Buck minsterfullerence,  Nanodiomond, BN  Nanotubes,  Molecular  Machine, Nanobiometrics.

Unit V Fabrication technology: Top-down vs bottom-up technology.
Lithographic process: Lithography, Nanolithography, split gate technology, self assembly, limitation of lithographic process. 
Non-lithographic techniques: Plasma arc discharge, sputtering, evaporation, chemical vapour deposition,  pulsed laser deposition, molecular beam epitaxy, sol-gel technique, electrodeposition and other process.

EC-803 Nanoelectronics  References:
1.  G. W. Hanson: Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics, Pearson Education.
2.  K. K. Chattopadhyay and A. N. Banerjee:  Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, PHI Learning.
3.  Vlaadiniz U. Mitin: Introduction to Nanoelectronics, Cambridge University Press.
4.  M. Dragman and D. Dragman: Nanoelectronics- Principles and devices, Artech House.
5.  Karl Goser: Nanoelectronics and Nanosystems, Springer.
6.  Daniel Minoli: Nanotechnology application to telecommunication and networking, Wiley Interscience.
7.  John H. Davis: Physics of low dimension semiconductor, Cambridge Press.
8.  Carl C. Cosh: Nanostructure materials processing property and applications, Noyes Publications.

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