Graduate Course

Electronic Materials Thin Film Engineering (AMSE 616, Graduate, Fall)

  • Theme : This course is designed to cover two technological aspects relevant to modern thin-films used in mechanical, electronic, magnetic, and optical applications: first, thin film processing, structures, and reactions, and second, physical properties of selected films. Throughout this course, an emphasis will be given on understanding of the 'processing-structure-property' relationship in thin film materials and devices.

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Undergraduate Course

Converging Technologies and Advanced Materials (AMSE 419, Undergraduate, Spring)


  • Theme : Future high-technology industry will rapidly grow through technology convergence between IT, BT, ET, CS and NT serves as a platform technology. This lecture will discuss technology policy, R&D cases, and advanced materials relevant to converging technologies.
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Thin Film Engineering (AMSE 326, Undergraduate, Fall)


  • Theme : This course introduces the principles of micro/nano fabrication technology and materials science of thin films for modern electronic devices. Basic thin film processing technologies such as lithography, oxidation, diffusion, thin film deposition, and other related topics will be covered.

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