ECE 538 - 2D Material Electronics and Photonics

Fall 2008

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Speech and Hearing AcousticsECE538AB152523LAB01900 - 2050 M  112 Speech & Hearing Science Bldg Fatima T Husain
Speech and Hearing AcousticsECE538AL152443LEC41300 - 1550 M  137 Armory Fatima T Husain
Speech and Hearing AcousticsLING521AB152524LAB01900 - 2050 M  112 Speech & Hearing Science Bldg Fatima T Husain
Speech and Hearing AcousticsLING521AL152518LEC41300 - 1550    Fatima T Husain
Speech and Hearing AcousticsSHS503AB152525LAB01900 - 2050 M  112 Speech & Hearing Science Bldg Fatima T Husain
Speech and Hearing AcousticsSHS503AL152519LEC41300 - 1550 M  137 Armory Fatima T Husain

Official Description

Fundamentals of acoustics: resonance, standing waves, frequency response, Fourier analysis, acoustic impedance, transients, and room response. Source-filter theory of speech production, glottal source, and multi-tube filter models. Auditory and speech physiology, psychoacoustics (pitch, loudness, masking, articulation index), and auditory prostheses (hearing aids, cochlear implants). Course Information: Same as LING 521 and SHS 503. Credit is not given for both ECE 538 and ECE 537. Credit is not given to graduate engineering majors. Prerequisite: One of LING 303, LING 401, SHS 301.

Subject Area

  • Biomedical Imaging, Bioengineering, and Acoustics

Course Director

Description

The goal of this course is to provide graduate students and researchers with the essential basics, breadth and depth on 2D materials properties and their electronic and photonic devices. We will discuss the structures, operating principles, advantages and limitations of a variety of electronic and optoelectronic devices, including logic devices, radio frequency (RF) devices, tunneling devices, memories, photodetectors, solar cells, plasmonic devices, and lasers. Beyond the current state of the 2D field, this course will provide an outlook about the future of the 2D field.

Last updated

12/16/2021