Nanofab Short Course

Nanofabrication Intensive Short Course

Is nanofabrication the next step in your engineering knowledge?  The University of Washington’s Department of Electrical Engineering is pleased to offer a one-week survey course that introduces key nanofabrication techniques, tools and methods. The Nanofabrication Intensive Short Course involves hands-on laboratory sessions coupled with lectures that will give attendees a high-level and real-time experience in fabrication technologies. Attendees will fabricate and electrically test multiple devices on single wafers and make a keepsake sample that represents their newly acquired skills.

Next session

September 17-21, 2018


Short course attendees range from seasoned industry professionals and UW faculty to students at both the undergraduate and grad levels.

Course topics

  • Process flows
  • Lithography
  • Metrology
  • Subtractive technologies
  • Additive technologies
  • Surface modification
  • CAD design tutorial for photomasks
  • Back-End-of-Line
  • Packaging
  • Advanced/emerging technologies

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IEEE certificates

The Nanofab Short Course is an official provider of IEEE certificates. Participants in the short course can obtain 4 Continuing Education Units (CEU) or 40 Professional Development Hours (PDH).