The objective of this major is to introduce students to physics and the simulation of materials and devices used in the field of micro and nano-electronics, to the properties and methods associated with the manufacturing and classification of micro and nano-structures; to the ways in which nano-devices function as well as the development and integration of organic elements into nano-systems.
|From 20 to 30 credits|
Nano-structures and the physics of nano-materials
To enrol in this major, students should have already taken a physical materials class such as MAPR1492.
|LMAPR2015||Physics of Nanostructures||Jean-Christophe Charlier (coord.), Xavier Gonze , Luc Piraux||37.5h+22.5h||5 credits||q1||x||x|
|LMAPR2451||Atomistic and nanoscopic simulations||Jean-Christophe Charlier, Xavier Gonze , Gian-Marco Rignanese||30h+30h||5 credits||q2||x||x|
|LPHYS2351||Superconductivity||Luc Piraux||22.5h+7.5h||5 credits||q1||x||x|
Nano and micro semi-conductor devices
To enrol in these courses it is recommended that students have already taken a course in physical electronics or in semiconductor devices such as ELEC 1330 or ELEC 1755 or similar.
|LELEC2541||Advanced Transistors||Denis Flandre (coord.), Benoît Hackens , Jean-Pierre Raskin||30h+30h||5 credits||q2||x||x|
|LELEC2550||Special electronic devices||Vincent Bayot||30h+30h||5 credits||q1||x||x|
|LELEC2710||Nanoelectronics||Vincent Bayot (coord.), Benoît Hackens||30h+30h||5 credits||q1||x||x|
|Micro and nano-engineering|
|LELEC2560||Micro and Nanofabrication Techniques||Laurent Francis (coord.), Benoît Hackens , Jean-Pierre Raskin||30h+30h||5 credits||q2||x||x|
|LELEC2895||Design of micro and nanosystems||Laurent Francis||30h+30h||5 credits||q1||x||x|
|LMAPR2012||Macromolecular Nanotechnology||Sophie Demoustier, Karine Glinel , Karine Glinel (compensates Bernard Nysten) , Jean-François Gohy ,||45h+15h||5 credits||q2||x||x|
|LMAPR2631||Surface Analysis||Arnaud Delcorte, Bernard Nysten||30h+15h||5 credits||q2||x||x|