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MSc courses in Applied Physics/Electro-Optics Engineering

MSc Courses
Course 850401:
Micro/Nano-Fabrication Processes and Applications

All parts of the processing flow such as photo-lithography, dry oxidation, wet and dry etching, RIE, CVD, PECVD, metal evaporation and deposition, etc.

Course 850403:
Selected Topics in Failure Mechanisms and Quality & Reliability Engineering

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Q&R (Quality & Reliability) Principles, FIFA (Failure Isolation and Failure Analysis), RV (Reliability Validation), DFx (Design For ...) such as DFM (Design For Manufacturing), DFBI (Design For Burn-In), and more.

Stresses: ESD (Electro-Static DIscharge), ESD CDM, HBM and MM Models, LU (Latch-Up), BI (Burn-In), HAST, and more.

Course 850404:
Electro-Optics & Photonics Devices: Principles, Materials and Applications

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Quantum Dots, Quantum Wires, Quantum Wells, Band-To-Band Transitions, Inter Sub-Band Radiative Transitions, Electro-Luminescence, Photo-Luminescence, Transitions, Hot Electrons, Tunneling, Avalanche Breakdown, Photo-Activated Modulators, Thermo-Activated Modulators, Sensors, Light Emitting Devices, and more.

BSc courses in Applied Physics/Electro-Optics Engineering

BSc Courses
Course 140911:
Final Project in Electro-Optics

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Supervision of a year and a half of research activity, including publications.

Course 140500:
Micro/Nano-Fabrication Processes and Applications

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All parts of the processing flow such as photo-lithography, dry oxidation, wet and dry etching, RIE, CVD, PECVD, metal evaporation and deposition, etc.

Course 140811:
Seminar in Electro-Optics A

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Industry-oriented applications and updates on the latest high-level research.

Course 240252:
Material Engineering and Manufacturing Techniques

 

Atomic structure, periodic table, crystal types,  atomic bonding. Defects in crystals. Material properties (electrical, optical, thermal, etc.). Stress and strain. Material types (semiconductors, insulators and conductors). Polymers, ceramics, metals. Fabrication and characterization techniques. Selection of the optimal material for an application.

Course 140821:
Seminar in Electro-Optics B

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Industry-oriented applications and updates on the latest high-level research.

Course 140361:
Electro-Optics Workshop

Concrete orientation and preparation for the "real life" of the high-tech industry.

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