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2015-2016 Catalog

CHE 347 Micro-and Nano-Fabrication

This course introduces the theory and technology employed in micro-and nano-fabrication, focusing on the basic processing techniques used to manufacture electrical, mechanical, and fluidic devices. Through lectures, labs, and interactive discussions, students shall gain an understanding of how these conventional and emerging processing techniques are being applied to today's devices, with a particular focus on microfluidics applications. Students will have an opportunity to design and test a microfluidic device developed using soft-lithography techniques.

Prerequisite

MATH 162, CHEM 121 and PHYS 131 or permission of instructor

Instructor

Staff