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Boise State University

Primary Instructor:

  • Fall 2017: ECE 210: Introductory Circuit Analysis
  • Spring 2017: ECE 420/520: Advanced Device Design and Simulation. Course Google site (BSU only)
  • Fall 2016: ECE 697: Electrical Characterization of Semiconductor Materials and Devices. Course Google site ECE 697 (BSU only)
  • Spring 2016: ECE 420/520, Advanced Device Design and Simulation
  • Fall 2015: ECE 212, Circuit Analysis and Design
  • Spring 2015: ECE 420/520, Advanced Device Design and Simulation
  • Fall 2014: ECE 212, Circuit Analysis and Design
  • Spring 2014: ECE 420/520, Advanced Device Design and Simulation
  • Fall 2013: ECE 212/L, Circuit Analysis and Design (with Lab)

University of Texas at Dallas

Teaching Assistant:

  • Spring 2009: CHEM 4V01, EE 4V95, PHYS 4V10, BIOL 4V00, Introduction to Nanotechnology

Substitute Lectures:

  • Spring 2013: “Lithography and Process Integration Issues for Nanoscale TFTs” in Lithography and Nanofabrication (EE/MSEN 6348)
  • Spring 2013: “Chapter 7: Carrier Lifetimes” and “Chapter 9: Charge-Based and Probe Characterization” in Semiconductor Material and Device Characterization (MSEN 7V80)
  • Spring 2013: “Introduction to Quantum Mechanics I and II” and “Introduction to Statistical Mechanics I and II” in Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (NANO 3301)
  • Fall 2012: “Engine Cycles” and “Nanothermodynamics,” in Thermodynamics of Materials (MSEN 5310)
  • Fall 2012: “Elementary Quantum Physics,” in Electronic, Optic and Magnetic Materials (MSEN 6324)
  • Spring 2012: “Time-Independent Schrodinger Equation Solutions,” in Modern Physics I (PHYS 3352)
  • Fall 2011: “Nanothermodynamics,” “Chemical Reactions,” and “Engine Cycles,” in Thermodynamics of Materials (MSEN 5310)
  • Spring 2010: “Applying Quantum Mechanics to Atoms and Molecules,” “The 1-D Bloch Theorem and the 1-D Kronig-Penney Model,” and “The Shockley Semiconductor Equations,” in Fundamentals of Semiconductor Devices (EE/MSEN 6320)
  • Spring 2009: “Nanoethics,” in Introduction to Nanotechnology (CHEM 4V01, EE 4V95, PHYS 4V10, BIOL 4V00)