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1 EE340: Optical micro- and nano-cavities Instructor: Jelena Vuckovic Fall 2012 Mon Wed Fri 10 - 10:50 am Classroom: bldg. 540, room 108 Class web-site http://www.stanford.edu/class/ee340 (lecture notes and assignments are posted on the coursework portion of the class website) Instructor’s coordinates: Nano-building, room #209 Phone: x5-2288, E-mail: [email protected] , WWW: http://www-ee.stanford.edu/~jela Instructor’s office hours Fridays, 11am – 12:30pm, Nano #209 TA’s & graders 1. Sonia Buckley (bucklesm) 2. Armand Rundquist (armandhr) Office hours: TBA Location of office hours: Nano - Center, room ?? Administrative staff: Ingrid Tarien [email protected] phone: (650) 723-0206 Course materials  There are no required textbooks.  Lecture notes will be posted on the class web site.  See the syllabus for the list of useful references. Homework  Between 6 –7 problem sets. They will be posted on the class web site, and solutions will be due one week later.2  Late homeworks will be graded according to the following formula: ( )( )≥<≤⋅=−ptptestst,00,014/where t is the time when homework is turned in (measured in days from the due date t=0), s(t) is the homework score as a function of time, s(0) is the homework score on the due date, and p is the time when solutions are posted on the class web site (measured in days from the due date). Exceptions to grading according to this formula are possible in special circumstances, by contacting the instructor.  Reading assignments from various sources (mainly articles from the current literature). We will have in-class discussions of assigned reading, mostly in the 2nd half of the quarter. Reading of these articles and participation in their discussions is required (otherwise, you may lose up to 10% of the class score). Exams  No exams Honor code Homework: Discussion with others is strongly encouraged, but you are not allowed to copy somebody else’s homework solution or use any sources that contain the answer to an assigned problem or one very similar to it. Grade distribution: Homework = 90% Reading assignments and participation in their discussions =


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