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MSc Nanoelectronics

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  • Objectives
    Electronic and optoelectronic technologies have evolved to the extent that modern device features are measured in nm. As a result of this, and the growth of quantum technologies, many new device concepts, fabrication methods and characterisation techniques have emerged. Nanotechnology has become a key area of research within the School, and internationally it is an increasingly important feature of modern electronics manufacture and research in industry. This programme shares some features of our traditional Microelectronics System Design programme; however, the focus within Nanoelectronics moves away from system design and concentrates more on discrete devices and fabrication and characterisation technologies. Aspects of the course consider bio-electronics, microsystem technologies and optical nanotechnologies. In the second semester and during the summer you will have the opportunity to undertake specialized Individual Research Projects and MSc Projects within our nanoelectronics and optoelectronics research teams in both the NSI group and the Optoelectronics Research Centre.
  • Entry requirements
    Upper second class honours degree or higher or equivalent in an appropriate subject discipline (for example, Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, or Computer Science)
  • Academic Title
    MSc Nanoelectronics
  • Course description
    This course provides an excellent platform for further research within the Nanoscale Systems Integration group or the Optoelectronics Research Centre.

    The syllabus is updated every year but this list will give you a rough guide to modules offered at present.

    Semester 1

    -Integrated Circuit Design (Compulsory)
    -Lab on Chip (Compulsory)
    -Nanoelectronics (Compulsory)
    -Electronic Measurement and Techniques (Compulsory)
    -Research Methods (Compulsory)

    Semester 2

    -Nanodevices (Compulsory)
    -Nanotechnology (MSc) (Compulsory)
    -Microsystems Technology (MST): From Lab on Chip to Mobile Phone Applications (Optional)
    -Individual Research Project (Optional)

    Semester 3/Summer

    -MSc Project (Compulsory)

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