IEN Technical Seminar on Advanced Fabrication
The Georgia Tech Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology (IEN) provides advanced materials, fabrication, packaging, measurement, and characterization laboratories equipped with a broad array of tools along with technical support expertise. These open-user, fee based laboratories are available not only to GT faculty, staff and students, but to global academic, industry, and government clientele as well. The IEN Technical Seminar on Advanced Fabrication is designed to introduce cleanroom and tool users to specific processes and methodology used in microelectronics fabrication. Each lecture is presented by a Georgia Tech faculty expert in their field and is open to the Georgia Tech community and to the general public. Additionally, the lecture series is held in the Marcus Nanotechnology Building, the home of the IEN cleanroom and characterization laboratories, giving participants a chance to see the facilities and speak with IEN technical experts on becoming a user.
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(2014-10-16)Printed organic electronics, a technology based on organic semiconductors that can be processed into thin films using conventional printing and coating techniques, has been the subject of active research and development ...
(2014-09-02)Fabrication of devices and structures for integrated circuits, sensors, photonics, and MEMS/NEMS requires layers of patterned thin films. For nearly all film materials, patterns are generated by lithographic processes, ...
(2014-08-21)This presentation will provide a retrospect and prospects for electronics interconnects, system integration, and packaging.