Instruction Micro Instrumentation Instructional Laboratory (MIIL)

Micro Instrumentation Instructional Laboratory (MIIL)

Georgia Institute of Technology
School of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Overview

The Micro Instrumentation Instructional Laboratory is dedicated to providing educational experiences for undergraduate students, graduate students, and post graduate practicing engineers and scientists in the general area of micro systems technologies. Micro systems technologies includes integrated circuit technologies, micromachining technologies, precision machining technologies and micro systems packaging technologies. Courses are offered as traditional semester based lectures / laboratories as well as concentrated short courses for practicing engineers and scientists from industry.

Semester Courses

There are a number of graduate level and undergraduate level micro fabrication courses available through theSchool of Electrical & Computer Engineering as well as the School of Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Other Educational Opportunities: MEMS Related
Short Courses

MEMS Boot Camp

Emerging MEMS Fabrication Technologies

The MEMS Boot Camp is a four-day laboratory intensive short course focused on practical training in micro systems fabrication technologies(e.g., micromachining). The course agenda is evenly divided between laboratory exercises and supporting lectures. The laboratory exercises are designed to provide hands-on experience with the dominant micro systems fabrication technologies. The attendees will receive supporting material including a Laboratory Instructional Manual with details of the individual laboratory exercises, lecture notes, and a key technical reference book. The lectures and laboratory exercises will be led by instructors with combined experience of over 75 years in the MEMS field

Course Content and Schedule
Registration Information
About the Instructors
Online registration form

This course is designed for individuals interested in hands-on training in the latest micro fabrication technologies for MEMS devices/systems. The course will be structured to assume no prior knowledge of the technologies by the participants. The course agenda is evenly divided between laboratory exercises and supporting lectures. Lectures will be given by academic and industrial experts in the field of advanced fabrication technologies for micro systems. A panel discussion with the lecturers has been included to address focused areas of interest to the participants. The laboratory exercises are designed to provide hands-on experience with advanced technologies such as laser ablation, stereo lithography, hot embossing, and deep reactive ion etching. The attendees will receive supporting material including lecture notes and a key technical reference.

Course Content and Schedule
Registration Information
About the Instructors
Online Registration Form

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