AVS Mid-Atlantic Chapter Short Course Program
Semiconductor Device Manufacturing Overview
- Gain a "big picture" understanding of the steps involved in making and packaging an integrated circuit.
- Learn the jargon associated with the microelectronics manufacturing industry.
- Learn the key concepts and process parameters of each process step.
The intent of this course is to provide an integrated overview of the complete semiconductor manufacturing process, starting with how single-crystal substrates are made. The background science needed for the information presented will be provided.
The course begins with an overview of basic materials-related concepts used in microelectronics processing. This is followed by a description of process steps required to make an integrated circuit. Process steps such as photolithography, deposition (including chemical vapor deposition, sputtering, and atomic layer deposition), oxidation, ion implantation, and etching.
Who Should Attend?
This course is intended for engineers, technicians, marketing and sales people, or anyone involved in the microelectronics industry who wants a greater understanding of the microelectronic manufacturing.
NOTE: Course topic and Virtual meeting topics will not overlap on the same day, so you can participate in both events if desired.
Bridget Rogers, Associate Professor
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department
Bridget Rogers is an Associate Professor in the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department at Vanderbilt University. She is teaching and performing research in processing and characterization of thin films, surfaces, and interfaces. Prior to joining the Vanderbilt faculty she was employed in Motorola’s Semiconductor Products Sector for 14 years. Over the years she held positions in the areas of process engineering, process development, device engineering, and materials characterization. She received her Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in chemical engineering from Arizona State University and her B.S. degree, also in chemical engineering, from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Cost Per Course
- $350 (AVS Platinum Member)
- $400 (AVS Gold or Silver Member-Click Here to Upgrade to Platinum Now and Save All Year)
- $400 (Non-Member)
- $200 (Full-time Student/Requires Student I.D.)
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This course will include a link to a PDF file of the copyrighted course notes. During the online course you may ask questions. The Instructor will review and answer them periodically throughout the course.
You must be present the day of the course, recorded versions are not available.
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