School of engineering in Physics, Applied Physics, Electronics & Materials
The aim is to show how electrochemistry is used in the microelectronics industry. Electrochemical deposition processes are more specifically described, to illustrate how electrochemical processes can be advantageously used to tackle specific challenges in micro- and nanofabrication.Contact Paul-Henri HAUMESSER
A - Micro- and nanotechnologies (4h CM)
B - Electrochemical deposition processes (8h CM)
C - Practical sessions (12h TD)
Small groups of 3-4 students work together on case studies based on works reported in the literature. Each team works on a specific theme, establishing first its state-of-the-art, then focusing on a critical analysis of a few publications or patents
Good knowledge of the fundamental thermodynamics and kinetics of electrochemical reactions.
Written report and oral presentation of the subject selected for the practical sessions.
La note prend en compte le travail de groupe (qualité du rapport et de la présentation), mais aussi la participation et l'implication de chaque étudiant(e)
This course brings 3.0 ECTS to students in EU of choice (EPEE ELP S9)
This course brings 3.0 ECTS to students in EU Electrochemistry (EPEE ELP S9)
Haumesser, P.-H. Nucleation and Growth of Metals; Haumesser, P.-H., Ed.; Elsevier: Oxford, 2016.