- Introduce the basic materials physics which explains how insulating, semiconducting and metallic properties arise in solids
- Explain the basis of how semiconductors can be engineered to exhibit controlled properties (both electrical and optical), and why these are essential for the manufacture of semiconductor devices.
- Illustrate the fundamental building blocks for semiconductor devices and give basic understanding of how terminal characteristics are linked to the basic semiconductor structures

- Teacher: Sameh Moustafa
- Teacher: Mohammmed Safy

The course aims to let students aware by Electrostatics: Coulomb’s law, Electrostatic field and its computation, Gauss’s law and divergence of E, Electrostatic potential, conductors. it also discusses Electrostatics in matter: Polarization, dipole fields, electric displacement, Gauss’s law in dielectrics. W.r.t Magnetostatics: it elaborates Lorentz force, Biot‐Savart law, divergence and curl of B, magnetic vector potential,Magnetostatics in matter: magnetization, torque and forces on a magnetic dipole, bound currents, the auxiliary field H, Ampere’s law in matter and its differential form.

- Teacher: Dr. Sherif Elsanadily
- Teacher: Ahmed khairy

#### This course is very important for all engineers which illustrates the theory of operation for most of the digital electronic devices. Also, this course analyzes how a digital computer performs complex operations based on simply manipulating bits (0s and 1s). All students at the end of this course should able to:

#### - Design and construct simple digital electronic systems.

#### - Understand and apply Boolean algebra for any system function and how to implement it using logic gates.

#### - Understand to analysis and build a state machine.

- Teacher: Dr. Sameh Ghanem
- Teacher: Esraa Salah

Number systems and digital waveforms - Basic gates and logic functions with a discussion of the available ICs that represent these gates - Boolean algebra, Boolean expressions and truth tables - Sum of products and product of sum forms. Simplifying expressions - K - maps up to fourth degree - Combinational logic, decoders, encoders, multiplexers, de-multiplexers, magnitude logic comparators -Digital arithmetic, adders, subtractions, Simple arithmetic and logic unit - Basics of sequential circuits - Basic latches and flip - flops. Timing parameters, Counters - Shift registers, Basic PLD architectures - Discussion of the available ICs for each system.

- Teacher: Dr.Wael Mamdouh
- Teacher: Esraa Salah