College of Engineering  |  Department of Electrical Engineering













Contact Information:
Dr. Zeynep Çelik-Butler
Department Of Electrical Engineering
Nanofab Center, Box 19072
Arlington, TX- 76019

Tel: (817) 272- 1309
Fax: (817) 272- 7458
Email: zbutler@uta.edu

 

TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES                      

Courses at UTA

  • EE 4328 / EE 5349: Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems:
    EE5344 Introduction to MEMS: This course develops the basics for microelectromechanical devices and systems including microactuators, microsensors, and micromotors, principles of operation, different micromachining techniques (surface and bulk micromachining), IC-derived microfabrication techniques, thin-film technologies as they apply to MEMS.

Courses at SMU:

  • EE2320: Electronic Circuits I: A study of basic circuit elements and models for sophomores.
  • EE2350: Circuit Analysis I: A study of basic circuit elements and models for sophomores.
  • EE3311: Solid-State Devices: Physical principles of semiconductor devices such as diodes, BJTs, MISFETs, and JFETs for junior and seniors. For the first time, laboratory experiments involving device parameter extraction and PSPICE device modeling were introduced in 2001.
  • EE4311: Senior Design Courses taught to Christine Travers, Stephan Tan, Trisha Salvador, Mary Elizabeth Oppenheim.
  • EE4312: Senior Design Courses taught to Christine Travers, Stephan Tan, Trisha Salvador, Mary Elizabeth Oppenheim.
  • EE4390-P70: Senior Design Project given to Denise Younger, Spr. 1990: Design and implementation of low-noise AC/DC power supply.
  • EE5310: Introduction to Semiconductors: Physics of semiconductors, quantum mechanics, energy band theory, equilibrium carrier statistics, carrier transport. Senior undergraduate and first year graduate level.
  • EE5312: Semiconductor Processing Lab.: Hands-on device fabrication projects. Senior undergraduate and first year graduate level.
  • EE5314/7314
  • ME5314/7314:Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems and Devices. A new course developed for EE and ME students wanting to learn about this very innovative and rapidly advancing field of MEMS. Topics include micro-actuators, micro-sensors, micro-accelerators, MEMS design. Senior undergraduate and first year graduate level.
  • EE8310: Electronic Processes: Crystal structures, band theory, solutions to Boltzmann transport eqn., scattering and recombination mechanisms. High level graduate.
  • EE8390-P70: Reading Course for Noise in Solid-State Devices: Taught to the graduate students, entering into the device noise research.
  • EE839X-P70: Reading Course for IR Detectors: Taught to the graduate students, entering into the IR detection research