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EPFL STI IEL POWERLAB
ELD 012 (Bâtiment ELD)
Station 11
1015 Lausanne

Web site:  Web site:  https://powerlab.epfl.ch

EPFL AVP CP CMI-CD
BM 3126 (Bâtiment BM)
Station 17
1015 Lausanne

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Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Courses

Energy conversion

The course aims at providing the elements related to the energy conversion with particular reference to the electricity production by means of conventional and renewable energy sources. The course illustrates the fundamental notions for the modeling of energy conversion systems.

Semiconductor devices I

1. Introduction to Semiconductor Physics 2. Carrier Generation and Recombination
  • link to LEDs and Solar cells
3. Charge Transport
  • Hall measurements
4. Non-uniformly doped semiconductors
  • Schokley equations.
5. p-n junctions 6. Metal semiconductor junctions
  • Schottky and Ohmic junctions

Research seminars in Electrical Engineering - FALL

This course introduces students with current broad research directions in electrical engineering, via a series of weekly wide-audience seminars given by distinguished speakers. The students practice transferable skills including active listening, critical thinking, and scientific communication.

Advanced lll-Nitride Semiconductor Devices

This course covers advanced topics on compound semiconductors (lll-Nitrides) and their heterostructures, from both physics and engineering perspectives, to explain the principles of some of the widespread electronic and optoelectronic devices used in our lives (LEDs, lasers, HEMTS, and power FETS).