TKK units at Micronova teach the following Majors: Micro- and Nanotechnology, Photonics and Electrical Physics. An important part of the education is the instruction in modern experimental techniques.
International Master's Programme
TKK Micronova is responsible for the International Master's Programme in Micro- and Nanotechnology, since 2004. Practical training at clean room processing environment is an essential part of the programme.
A main priority in teaching is the education of postgraduate students for the degree of Doctor in Science (Tech.). This involves the participation of the students in the research projects of Micronova.
Teaching of Basic Courses
TKK at Micronova teaches also basic courses for freshmen, sophomores and juniors, including the basic courses in physics and semiconductor technology for the electrical engineering students.
Teaching activities most closely related to the Centre include the following courses:
|Introduction to semiconductor technology||S-69.2101|
|Semiconductor technology I (device physics)||S-69.3102|
|Semiconductor technology II (microfabriation)||S-69.3103|
|Semiconductor technology laboratory I||S-69.3107|
|Semiconductor technology laboratory II||S-69.3103|
|Microsystems technology laboratory||S-129.3220|
|Nanoscience I (introduction)||Tfy-125.4001|
|Nanoscience II (hard nanomaterials)||Tfy-125.4002|
|Nanoscience III (soft nanomaterials)||Tfy-125.4003|
|Nanoscience IV (bionano and nanomedicine)||Tfy-125.4004|
|Nanophysics and technology||Kyl-0.4108|
|Photonics and integrated optics||S-104.3410|
|Physics of optical communications||S-129.3310|
|Laser technology and optics||Tfy-125.321|
Courses to be updated as soon as new information is available.