ECSE-6300 IC FabLab

General Information

COURSE MEETINGS:

     Lecture

Mon. 10:00-11:50

LOW CII-4034

    Prof. James Lu

     Lab Sessions

Tues. - Thur.

CII-4173 MNCR

    Staff 

The lab seesions will be in CII 4173, the Micro and Nano Fabrication Clean Room (MNCR).   

Course Calendar click HERE and check if there is any change. 

Homework and Quizzes:

There will be a few homework assignments and 8 quizzes at the end of each lecture for the previous lecture.   

Final Project Report:
          The Final Project Report is due in the last week for each group, with individual group member's contribution clearly indicated. 

Final Project Poster Presentation and Competition:
          The Final Project Poster will be presented in the last week for each group; the Best Poster will be selected through peer and panel reviews.  The Best Poster will be displayed outside of the Micro and Nano Fabrication Clean Room (MNCR).   


STAFF:

Faculty:

James J.-Q. Lu CII-6229 x2909 email

 Teaching Assistants:

Anindita Ghosh email

MNCR Staff
:

Bryant Colwill


Kent Way
Sarah An

Secretary:

Jennifer Tedesco    

CII-6015

x6032

tedesco@rpi.edu

 


MAILBOXES:

Prof. Lu's mailbox is in CII 6015

If you need to turn in an assignment outside of class, leave it with a CII-6015 secretary.


COMPUTING for this course 

Students need access to a UNIX system.  They will use telnet or other means to access the unix system operated by the ECSE Department to perform process numerical simulations.  Professors Lu will make course notes, homework, and other materials available via this course homepage.  Internet electronic mail and World Wide WEB access is required.   


FORMAT

Classes..............................................15 weeks
Lectures/Labs....................................10/12 sessions


GRADING SUMMARY

Unit Quizzes (8)

32%

Lab Participation

20%

Final Project Report    

32%

Homework

16%
Best Poster Competition Award


PRE-REQUISITES

ECSE 4250 - ICPD or equivalent.


TEXTBOOK

Not REQUIRED  

Lecture Notes are posted on LMS

OPTIONAL

Sze, Simon M., VLSI Technology, 2nd Ed., McGraw-Hill, 1988.
Sze, Simon M., Physics of Semiconductor Devices, 2nd Ed., John Wiley & Sons. Inc., 1981.

Academic Integrity and Policy:

We follow the “Student Handbook (Rights & Responsibilities) & Graduate Student Supplement to Handbook  (Rights & Responsibilities)


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