Learning Resources - Semiconductor Physics

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Over the past 3 months I've been watching Leonard Susskind's lectures (Stanford) on quantum mechanics and particle physics from YouTube. This has been an enjoyable experience and I would like to further my own education.

My interest is in semiconductor physics particularly modelling using the quantum mechanics I've just learned. My background is electrical engineering and nanotechnology

Can anyone suggest any learning materials for this topic or even something I should learn first? I have been looking around YouTube and iTunesU for courses but a recommendation would really help.
 

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You can just take our online adaptive learning tool for semiconductors - though I fear this might be a fair bit below your level. You get to semiconductors by selecting the detailed section you are interested in here: https://courses.toktol.com/guest/index/Physics [Broken] (under Modern physics/Lasers and semiconductors/Semiconconductors). You'll learn by answering questions (91 of them) that will be adjusted your ability. Questions you got wrong will be repeated several times until you are confident.

Again, might be a bit on the too easy side for you but I'd love to get your comments on this though (which you can leave via contact us).
 
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Thank you for making the effort to go over this, Personally i think strongly about this and love learning more about this subject. If at all possible, while you gain expertise, can you mind upgrading your site with increased information? It's very useful for me personally.
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