Fundamentals of Electric Circuits (2)
Lecture
2 credits
2 hours per week
Lecture
2 credits
2 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Prerequisites: MA101B, MA103A. This course introduces Basic concepts, laws and analysis methods of DC circuits; Operational amplifiers; First-order circuits; Second-order circuits; Basic concepts, laws and analysis methods of AC circuits; Sinusoidal steady-state analysis; AC power analysis. Three-phase circuits. Magnetically coupled circuits. Frequency response. The Fourier series and Fourier Transform.
Introduction to Optoelectronic (2)
Lecture
2 credits
2 hours per week
Lecture
2 credits
2 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：This course is suitable for first-year undergraduates. It is designed to stimulate students’ interest in the subject of photoelectrons. In the class, students will learn: Optoelectronic basics, lasers, optical fiber communications, LCD technology, LED, holography technology, and other knowledge.
Analog Circuit Laboratory (1)
Lecture
3 credits
3 hours per week
Lecture
3 credits
3 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Prerequisites: PHY105B, EE104. This course covers several topics, including the theory of semiconductors, basic amplifying circuits, multi-stage amplifiers, frequency analysis, feedback circuits, signal processing circuits, waveform generation circuits, power amplifiers, and so on.
Digital Circuits (3)
Lectures
3 credits
3 hours per week
Lectures
3 credits
3 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Prerequisites: PHY105B. Foundation course for all majors of EE. Contents: Numeral system and code system, basis of logic algebra and logic function, gate circuits, combinational logic circuits, triggers, sequential logic circuits, semiconductor memory, programmable logic devices, generation and shaping of pulse waveform, and D/A and A/D conversion.
Digital Circuits Laboratory (1)
Lab course
1 credit
2 hours per week
Lab course
1 credit
2 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Students who take this course should take the corresponding “EE202-17 Digital Circuit” Lecture at the same time. The course has two parts: eight experiments and one DIY project. The main contents of the experiments will cover combinational logic circuits, sequential logic circuits and the 555 time base circuit. The topic of the DIY projects is related with application of circuits, analog or digital. Some projects are selected from the previous “National Undergraduate Electronic Design Contest”. Students should design a functional circuit using components from the electronic market. The aim of this course is to build a solid background on circuit theory for students and train them to learn how to design some common functional circuits.
Solid - State Electronics (3)
Lecture
3 credits
3 hours per week
Lecture
3 credits
3 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：The course will introduce students to the materials science and engineering behind semiconductor devices, including their applications and processing. Topics for the course include: kinetic molecular theory and thermally activated processes; electrical and thermal conductivity of metals and semiconductors; introductory quantum mechanics for materials science; band structure; intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors.
Introduction to Semiconductor Devices (3)
Lectures and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Lectures and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Prerequisites: EE203. The aim of this course is to introduce the basic physics of semiconductor devices. Carrier transport, ambipolar transport, non-equilibrium excess carrier and various semiconductor devices like PN diodes, light-emitting diodes, solar cells, MOS diodes, MOSFETs and etc.
Signals and Systems (3)
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：This course introduces convolution, LTI systems, continuous-time Fourier series, the continuous-time Fourier transform, discrete-time Fourier series, the discrete-time Fourier transform, sampling, introduction to amplitude and angle modulations.
Communication Principles (3)
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Prerequisites: EE205. This course introduces amplitude modulation, phase modulation, frequency modulation, noise in communication systems, digital representation of analog signals, baseband digital transmission, digital band-pass transmission, etc.
Engineering Electromagnetics (3)
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Prerequisites: MA101B, MA103A, EE104. This course introduces vector analysis, coulomb’s law and electric field intensity, electric flux density and Gauss’s law, energy and potential, conductors, dielectrics and capacitance, the steady magnetic field and magnetic materials. time-varying fields and Maxwell’s equations, transmission lines, the uniform plane wave, guided waves.
Fundamentals of Optics (3)
Lecture
3 credits
3 hours per week
Lecture
3 credits
3 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：This course will focus on Physical Optics that includes electromagnetic theory of light, light propagation, superposition, diffraction and interference etc. In addition, we will also introduce applied optics, fundamentals of crystal optics and Fourier optics. The course will enable students to build a solid foundation of optics and rich applications will be introduced.
Frontier Seminars in Modern Electronic Science and Technology I (1)
Lecture
1 credit
1 hour per week
Lecture
1 credit
1 hour per week
Curricula Introduction：This course consists of nine lectures on frontiers of Microelectronics, Optoelectronics, and Communication Engineering. The lectures are given by leading scientists in the relevant fields. The objective of this course is to introduce the students new developments in the fields of Microelectronics, Optoelectronics, and Communication Engineering, broadening the students’ knowledge and fostering their innovativespirit.
Frontier Seminars in Modern Electronic Science and Technology II (1)
Lecture
1 credit
1 hour per week
Lecture
1 credit
1 hour per week
Curricula Introduction：This course consists of nine lectures on frontiers in Microelectronics, Optoelectronics, Communication Engineering and Information Engineering. The lectures are given by leading scientists in the relevant fields. The objective of this course is to introduce the students to new developments in the fields of Microelectronics, Optoelectronics, and Communication Engineering, broadening the students’ knowledge and fostering the students’ innovative spirit.
Fundamentals of Optoelectronic Technology (3)
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Prerequisites: PHY105B. This course is suitable for optoelectronic and microelectronic year three undergraduates, as it is very basic yet important. In this class, students will understand and grasp several aspects of photonics: the propagation of light in the medium, optical waveguides and optical fibers, polarization and modulation, light emitting diodes, lasers, photodiodes and detectors, which allows students to systematically comprehend and understand optics domain knowledge.
Integrated Circuit Design (3)
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
5 hours per week
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
5 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Prerequisites: EE202-17, EE204. This course introduces basic concepts and methodologies in modern CMOS VLSI design, CMOS devices and modeling, CMOS process and design rules, static and dynamic logic gates, delay and power consumption analysis, layout design, industry standard EDA tools in designing integrated circuits.
Introduction to VLSI Technology (3)
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Prerequisites: EE203. This course introduces fundamental processing technology in microelectronic fabrication. Topics include semiconductor substrates, thermal processing (oxidation, diffusion, rapid-thermal annealing), ion implantation, lithography, thin film deposition (physical and chemical), etching (wet, dry plasma and ion milling), vacuum systems (principle and design), and process yields. In addition to unit processes, this course discusses process integration for the fabrication of MOSFETs, BJTs, opto-electronic devices, and solar cells. Emphases are placed on the theoretical analysis of the chemical and physical models of the process technologies. Processing simulation is also explored to provide virtual fabrication experience.
Introduction to MEMS (3)
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Prerequisites: PHY105B. This course introduces 1) the operation principles of typical MEMS transducers and sensors, and 2) the design and fabrication of MEMS devices. In addition to theoretical modeling, this course emphasizes the exploration of commercially viable MEMS products for applications in electronics, sensors, communications, and biomedical engineering. Topics covered in this course include various transduction and mechanical sensing mechanisms (capacitive, piezoelectric, piezoresistive, magnetic, and thermal), and MEMS fabrication technologies (silicon bulk and surface micromachining, planar thin-film processing, wafer bonding, etching, and lithography). Computer-aided design of MEMS devices are discussed through MEMS layout and multi-physics simulation software.
天线与电波传播（3）
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Lecture and experiment
3 credits
4 hours per week
Curricula Introduction：Prerequisites: EE104, EE208. This course covers the fundamental topics in antennas and propagation. It is composed of two parts: one part on antennas and another on propagation. The antennas section covers dipole and monopole antennas, microstrip and slot antennas, wideband and frequency-independent antennas. The propagation section coversbasic path loss models, large-scale and small-scale fading, channel measurements and channel modeling.