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School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)
Micro- and Nanofabrication Techniques
Micro & Nano Fabrication Tech
Fall 2017
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ECE 6245 - Micro and Nano Fabrication Technology
ECE 2110


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Introduction to the basic fabrication principles at the micro and nano scale; students practice and fabricate simple devices.
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
(1) know the fundamentals of Micro and Nano-fabrications.

(2) appreciate the various design issues and tradeoffs of electronics devices manufacturing.

(3) apply this knowledge to new devices design problems with the context of balancing application requirements against technology constraints.

(4) understand current trends and future directions of micro and Nano fabrication of electronics and other devices.
(5) learn various basic machines for the micro-fabrication and being able to follow top industry various processing trends
(6) learn Critical performance measures and benchmarks
(7) be exposed to various processing techniques and being able to understand the different technologies

(8) learn the various applications of each technology processing and exposed to the micromachining techniques.
(9) Experience in designing workable device and building the device in the lab
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