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NTU Electrical & Electronic Engineering Review: EE2003 Semiconductor Fundamentals

Quite content intensive for a starter module. Prof Ng Beng Koon spoke really fast at bullet speed while we were trying hard to catch what he’s saying, afterall the contents were new to us. Calculations were much simpler but theory-wise it’s difficult to understand sometimes, especially the energy-level diagram. During exam, the paper didn’t provide the bandgap voltage of silicon and caused a bit of uproar amongst us. In the end, I only provided qualitative analysis because I didn’t have the necessary number to work on. After that, heard that the bandgap voltage of silicon was something that we were EXPECTED to know.

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