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An Adaptive Approach to Teaching Integrated Circuit Fabrication

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The feasibility of including integrated circuit fabrication in an electrical engineering curriculum is discussed. Using specific examples from an operational program, it is shown that fabrication experience can be effectively introduced in the first course in a laboratory sequence. Both the technical and financial aspects of instituting such a program are considered. It is found that by taking an adaptive approach a school can obtain the necessary technology and equipment at a very reasonable expense.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:14 ,  Issue: 3 )