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Introduction to Microsystem Technology - Practical Course / Practical Laboratory Course

Introduction to Microsystem Technology - Practical Course / Practical Laboratory Course
Type: Practical exercise
Chair: Department of Mechanical Engineering
Semester: WS 19/20
Time:

one week block course
IMT - Building 307 Room 322 (2. floor)
Campus north
in the week after Ash Wednesday (semester break)

Lecturer: Dr. Arndt Last
SWS: 2
Lv-No.: 2143875 (Practical Course)
2143877 (Practical Laboratory Course)
Information:

Exams and practical exercises take place in the semester breaks.
The practical exercise takes place in the week after Ash Wednesday (2. - 6.3.2020), the written exam two weeks after the practical exercise at 19.3.2020.
Registration for the practical exercise via email to mst@imt.kit.edu.

Next exam: 19.3.2020

8-9h                MST I
9h30-10h30     MST Practical Course
11-12h            MST II

Bldg 50.35, "Hörsaal am Fasanengarten"

Further information

Language of instruction: German

Prerequisites

Being prepared for the experiments by reading and understanding the experiments description booklet (written in German and English).

Recommendations: Courses Microsystem technology I [2141861] and II [2142874] are recommended.

Description

Media: Each student gets a link to a pdf-booklet for the preparation of the practical exercise with descriptions of the experiments in time.

Bibliography

  • Compulsive preparation for the experiments by reading and understanding the experiments description booklet (written in German and English).
  • Micro system technology for engineers, W. Menz und J. Mohr, VCH Verlagsgesellschaft, Weinheim 2005.
  • Fundamentals of Microfabrication, M. Madou, CRC Press, Boca Raton 1997

Annotation

There are two fixed examination dates per year, both Thursdays, in the third complete week in September and the second week after Ash Wednesday in March or April.

Content of teaching

Five different practical exercises in microsystem technological themes per student are offered in groups with max. five students.

Aim

Students get an impression of real lab conditions and of research focuses at KIT/IMT.