List of courses

The group is involved in the following courses:

CQM Classical and Quantum Mechanics (5 EC)

"Classical and Quantum Mechanics" (EE1P11) teaches the basic elements of physics that are required to become an electrical engineer.

EE-BD Biomedical Devices (BD) profile (120 EC)

A profile in our MSc-EE program dedicated to biomedical devices. Biomedical devices are used for medical diagnosis, monitoring and treatment. They can be fixed, portable, wearable, implantable and injectable. They are active and thus embed electronics, computing and software

EE1L11 EPO-1: Booming Bass (5 EC)

Build, analyze and characterize a sound system consisting of a power source, amplifier and 3-way filters

EE2L11 EPO-3: Design a Chip (5 EC)

Structural hierarchical design of a VLSI chip, implemented using Sea-of-Gates

EE3345TU Introduction to Physics of Electronics (1 EC)

A brief overview of introductory material in electromagnetics (EM) and quantum mechanics (QM), which forms the basis for later courses in the Minor of Physics of Electronics.

EE3365TU Basics of Microfabrication (4 EC)

EE3375TU Basics of Solid-State Physics (4 EC)

EE4C01 Profile orientation and academic skills (3 EC)

Introduction to the EE program and research groups

ET4127 Themes in Biomedical Electronics (4 EC)

BioMEMS, biosensors, bioelectronics, ultrasound, microfluidics, wavefield imaging in monitoring, diagnosis and treatment

ET4277 Microelectronics reliability (4 EC)

Reliability issues involved in electronic components and system

ET4289 Integrated circuits and MEMS technology (4 EC)

introduction in the fabrication technologies used for Integrated Circuits and MEMS

ET4391 Advanced microelectronics packaging (3 EC)

Basics and state-of-the-art of semiconductor packaging

ET4icp IC technology lab (2 EC)

Hands-on experience on process simulations, fabrication in the EKL cleanroom and measurement on the fabricated devices