20 Apr 2020 till 03 Jul 2020
Period: Quartile 4, timeslot B; please check the TuE-site for the specific dates of the course.
Advanced products such as mobile phones and modern (bio-) medical devices are manufactured using special, modern technologies. These micro-fabrication methods make it possible to structure and combine materials on a (sub) micrometer scale. Knowledge and experience with these methods is essential for the advanced manufacturing industry, e.g. at companies like ASML, NXP, Philips, but also many small companies developing sensors, actuators, and other advanced components and devices. In this course, you will learn about the most important methods; the principles, advantages, and disadvantages, will be explained. As part of the course, you will design, make, and test a device yourself in the TU/e Microfab Lab.
Register in Eindhoven. Due to limitations regarding the practical sessions, enrolment in the course is limited to a maximum of 30 students.
Please register at the TU/e, course code: 4UM00. Osiris registration will be done retroactively when results from the TU/e are received.