Quick Start Micro Training LLC
Semiconductor, Microelectronics, Optoelectronics, Microsystems & Reliability Training
A More Effective, Efficient and Affordable Way to Acquire Critical Skills and Knowledge
10 FREE Narrated E Learning Demos
Overview of Microelectronics, Optoelectronics and Microsystems
Plus 8 Sample Modules from Microelectronics, Optoelectronics, IC Reliability & Submicron CMOS,
MEMS & Microsystems, Silicon Micro Fabrication Techniques and Microbiology Courses
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1-Hour Simple Overview of
Microelectronics, Optoelectronics and MEMS/Microsystems
This is a quick overview designed for general audiences. Our Very Quick Start and Quick Start Classes present material in more depth and breadth.
Very Quick Start Microelectronics Course Module 10
40 Minutes - "MOS Transistor"
This module is from the middle of the course. It is preceded by modules on semiconductors, electrons and holes, p and n type, currents, junctions and the MOS capacitor. It is followed by modules on ICs and scaling, design, process modules, CMOS process flow and packaging.
Quick Start CMOS IC Technology Course Module 8
29 Minutes - "Source and Drain"
This module is from the first part of the course that deals with the materials and structure of each of the major features on the IC. The second part of this course deals with a mask by mask description of the CMOS IC process flow.
Very Quick Start Optoelectronics Course Module 14
44 Minutes - "Solar Cell"
This module is preceded by modules on semiconductors, junctions, compound semiconductors, absorption and emission of light in semiconductors and photodiodes. It is followed by modules on LEDs and Laser Diodes.
Very Quick Start MEMS & Microsystems Course Module 4
48 Minutes - "Bulk MEMS"
This module is preceded by an overview of processing and is followed by modules on Surface MEMS and Microsystems.
"Meeting the Reliability Challenge:
Models and Building in Reliability", Module 7
Available in Two Versions:
First, 47 Minutes VERY Quick Start (VQS) Version
Second, 48 Minutes Quick Start Version (Supplement to VQS Version)
Play after listening to VERY Quick Start Version
The introductory VERY Quick Start module looks at why reliability is so challenging and investigates approaches to meeting the reliability challenge: testing-in, building-in and designing-in reliability. The Quick Start module builds on the VERY Quick Start Module. It shows step by step how to go from accelerated testing using test structures to making a reliability prediction for an IC under normal use conditions.
Quick Start Meeting the Submicron CMOS Challenge
38 Minutes "Real World Scaling", Module 3
This module looks at what gets better and what gets worse with scaling. It also shows why voltages are being scaled more slowly than dimensions and the impact this has. It is followed by modules that look at scaling problems in more detail (subthreshold, short channel, current limiters, parasitics). The course then goes on the look at processing, design, new materials & devices, industry impact and the future of Moore;s Law.
Very Quick Start Silicon Micro Fabrication Techniques Course
54 Minutes "Lithography", Module 6
This module looks at the basic process of lithography. A subsequent module looks at subwavelength lithography. Other modules cover crystals, crystal growth, defect management, planarization/CMP, diffusion, implantation, films and etching.
Very Quick Start Getting Started in Microbiology
38 Minutes "DNA to Protein", Module 6
This module looks at the "Central Dogma" of microbiology: how cells use DNA to create proteins. This module is preceded by modules that look at the cell, proteints and DNA and is followed by modules that look at DNA technologies.
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