University Curricula in Nanoelectronics

Erik Bruun, Ivan Ring Nielsen

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Abstract

Nanotechnology is having increasing impact on university curricula in electrical engineering. The advent of nanotechnology brings about new possibilities in nanoelectronics, including increasingly complex systems on chip, sophisticated technology fusion between electronic devices and non-electronic devices (such as bio-devices or chemical devices), and possibilities for developing fundamentally new nanoscale electronic devices. New engineering curricula in nanoelectronics must take these developments into account. A model for the development of new curricula is presented and some representative examples of state-of-the-art curricula from major European universities are described. The possibilities for sharing of teaching material through the web via the EC-sponsored EuroTraining program is described.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of 20th EAEEIE Annual Conference : Innovation in Education for Electrical and Information Engineering
VolumeProceedings on CD ROM
Place of PublicationUniversidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain
Publication date2009
Pages1-6
ISBN (Print)978-84-8363-428-8
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Event20th EAEEIE Annual Conference : Innovation in Education for Electrical and Information Engineering - Valencia, Spain
Duration: 1 Jan 2009 → …

Conference

Conference20th EAEEIE Annual Conference : Innovation in Education for Electrical and Information Engineering
CityValencia, Spain
Period01/01/2009 → …

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Bruun, E., & Nielsen, I. R. (2009). University Curricula in Nanoelectronics. In Proceedings of 20th EAEEIE Annual Conference: Innovation in Education for Electrical and Information Engineering (Vol. Proceedings on CD ROM, pp. 1-6).