Francis Laurent coordinator; Hackens Benoît; Raskin Jean-Pierre;
Processing of micro and nanoscopic devices, MEMs, NEMs, and integrated circuits :
- semiconductor materials and their processing,
- oxidation, ion implantation ionique, doping, metallisation, plasma...
- micro & nanolithography, laser machining, etc.
- micro & nanocharacterisation : SEM, AFM, Ellipsometry, Dektak,...
The contribution of this Teaching Unit to the development and
command of the skills and learning outcomes of the programme(s) can be
accessed at the end of this sheet, in the section entitled
“Programmes/courses offering this Teaching Unit”.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
Regarding the learning outcomes of the program of "Master in Electrical Engineering", this course contributes to the development and acquisition of the following learning outcomes :
AA1.1, AA1.2, AA1.3
AA2.1, AA2.2, AA2.3, AA2.4, AA2.5
AA3.1 , AA3.2, AA3.3
AA4.1, AA4.2, AA4.3, AA4.4
AA5.1, AA5.2, AA5.3, AA5.4, AA5.5, AA5.6
At the end of this course, students will be able to :
Design the process of a particular micro & nanoscopic device.
Use process simulation tools
Make specific process steps in the clean rooms
Characterize step results in WinFab and Welcome platforms
A first step, using simulation tools, allows students to get familiar with processing and characterization of devices..
A second step, in the clean rooms, give the opportunity to realize a few key processing steps, and characterize them.
A few courses set the ground of major processing techniques. Students then choose a project and design a process based on available informations (iCampus) and bibliography. They interact frequently with a researcher in the field. They finally realize & characterize the designed steps in WinFab and Welcome.
Report and oral exam in group
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