Master (MSc) Degree in Nanoelectronics at the University of Manchester





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Published on Nov 10, 2009


The Microelectronics and Nanostructures group in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is offering a 12 month MSc course in Nanoelectronics, a field that merges semiconductor based Nanotechnology with the need for ever smaller electronic devices.

This course is offered to a limited number (around 15) of highly qualified students who will learn first hand about:

- State-of-the art organic and inorganic semiconductor nanostructures

- Use of device fabrication techniques to produce nanoscale electronic components

- Modern experimental analytical techniques in characterisation of semiconductor materials and assessment of devices

- Inner workings of real nanoscale devices such as Quantum Dot Lasers

- The latest computer modelling techniques of nanoscale structures and devices

Successful students will also have the opportunity to:

- Be taught by active researchers at the forefront of the field of Nanotechnology

- Make practical use of research equipment

- Perform projects within active research laboratories

- Expand their career opportunities in both Academia and Industry

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