The Graduate School in Microelectronics was started in 1997 and its aim was to enhance (quantitatively and qualitatively) the Ph.d.-education in the area of Microelektronics. The Graduate School was funded by the Danish Research Training Council (in Danish: Forskeruddannelsesrådet) with 1 M kr. per year. The graduate school has co-funded summer schools, visiting professors and Ph.d.-scholarships. In total 8 Ph.d.-projects has been funded jointly by the Graduate School, private companies and research projects. The projects are hosted by MIC, Ørsted*DTU and IMM and the companies involved are: B-K Medical, Dicon, GN ReSound, NOKIA, Oticon, Sensor Technology Center and SonionMEMS.
|Period||01/01/97 → 31/12/01|
|Amount||1,000,000.00 Danish kroner|