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Nanoelectronics Courses

 

Dakota County Technical College
Course Name: Nanoelectronics

 

Course Description: This course will increase the depth of topics and discussion of those covered in NANO1200. Quantum physics will be reintroduced at a greater depth with coverage of band structure, conduction, diffusion, thin film response and optical properties from a modern physics perspective. Students will study, measure, evaluate and create fabricated structures such as nanowires, cantilevers and nano channels. Application of nanoscale principles will be used to discuss imprint lithography, etching, component block assembly of nanotransistors, quantum computing, magnetic and electron spin memory and holographic memory devices.

 

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Chippewa Valley Technical College
Course Name: Intro to MEMS 

 

Course Description: Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) are microscopic moving devices manufactured using computer chip fabrication methods. They have a wide variety of applications including in air bag collision sensors, digital projectors, optical communications, and chemical sensors. Students will continue their experience in microfabrication and microelectronics manufacturing to design and manufacture MEMS in the cleanroom.

 

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Chippewa Valley Technical College
Course Name: MEMS Design 

 

Course Description: This course allows students to use principles of computer aided design to design micro electro mechanical systems and microfluidic devices.  Students will make use of Sandia National Laboratories SUMMIT V MEMS design software. Material considerations for micro-fabricated devices will be included.

 

Course Contact: Hans Mikelson  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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