Subject: Quantum and Organic Electronics (06 - EM511)

Basic Information

Scientific or art field:Electronics
Course specification

Course is active from 12.10.2009..

Precondition courses

Course idMandatoryMandatory
Students acquire knowledge in the field of Quantum Electronics and understand quantum phenomena in the Field of Quantum Electronics and Quantum Optics. They also acquire knowledge in the field of Organic Materials, Organic Components and Circuit applied in Modern Electronics.
Students who complete the course have the ability to: -solve simple problems in the field of superconductivity, -use the superconductive quantum interference device, SQUID, -use the methods of quantum nanoelectronics, -understand the basic features of organic materials, -design organic components (diodes, FET-transistors, photo-diodes, LED diodes) -successfully encapsulize organic electronic components
A short history of quantum elctronics; Planck`s radiation law, the photo-effect, the Compton effect, De Broglie wave-particle duality. Schrodinger and Heizenberg formalism of quantum mechanics; examples: potential gaps and barriers, the harmonic oscillator, atom, the quantum tunel microscope. Quantum effects in metals and semi-conductors (Fermi-Dirac statistics). Quantum optics, semiconductor lasers. Superconductivity, high-temperature superconductors, the sperconducting quantum interference device SQUID. The fundamentals of quantum nanoelectronics; the quantum dot, quantum wire, nanotube. Progress in technological applications of quantum electronics. The introduction to organic materials. The basic optoelectronic properties of organic materials. The transfer of electricity in doped and undoped organic materials. The introduction to organic synthesis and the preparation of conducting organic materials. The superconductivity of organic materials. The introduction to organo-metal compounds. Techniques of organic electronic component generation. Links, components, characterization. Organic components and circuits, integration and application. Organic components: diodes, FET-transistors, photo-diodes, LED diodes. The encapsulation of organic electronic components.
Lectures. Auditory practice. Computer practice. Laboratory practice. Tutorial work. A part of the course matter that constitutes a logical whole can be taken in the form of 2 colloquiums. Completed computer practice is worth 5% of the grade, and after their completion students will work on a project (a seminar paper) which is also worth 5% of the grade. If the student fails to pass the two colloquiums, they will take the final examination consisting of theoretical questions (worth up to 100% of the grade). The examination is take in written form.
P.Y.Yu and M.CardonaFundamentals of Semiconductors1996Springer-Verlag,BerlinEnglish
M.MarderCondensed Matter Physics2000John Wiley, New YorkEnglish
S.M.SzeModern Semiconductor Device Physics1998John Wiley, New YorkEnglish
Waser, RainerNanoelectronics and Information Technology2005Weeinheim, WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH and Co. KeaAEnglish
George W. HansonFundamentals of Nanoelectronics2007Pearson Educational International, Prentice HallEnglish
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes70.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Term paperYesYes25.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Satarić Miljko

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Dautović Staniša
Associate Professor

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Samardžić Nataša
Assistant Professor

Practical classes
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Samardžić Nataša
Assistant Professor

Laboratory classes