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Safa O. Kasap, University of Saskatchewan
For one-semester, undergraduate-level courses in Optoelectronics and Photonics, in the departments of electrical engineering, engineering physics, and materials science and engineering.
This text takes a fresh look at the enormous developments in electo-optic devices and associated materials—such as Pockels (Lithium Niobate) modulators.
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Allows students— to focus on concepts without being bogged down by math. Enables instructors to spend more time explaining the topic than trying to derive the detailed math. Ex.___
Encourages better student understanding, and teaches them to learn by doing. Ex.___
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(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with Questions and Problems.)
1. Wave Nature of Light.
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SAFA KASAP is currently a Professor of Electronic Materials and Devices in the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. He obtained the B.S.E.E. (1976), M.S. (1978), and Ph.D. (1983) degrees from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of London, specializing in amorphous semiconductors and optoelectronics. In 1996 he was awarded the D.Sc. (Engineering) degree from London University for his research contributions to materials science in electrical engineering. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, the Institute of Physics and the Institute of Materials. His research interests are in amorphous semiconductors, noise in electronic devices, photoconductors, photodetectors, X-ray image detectors, laser-induced transient photocnductivity and related topics, with more than 100 refereed journal publications in these areas.
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