On June 17 – 18, Digital Summer School “Micro- and nanofabrication of electronic and photonic devices” for students and early stage researchers will be organised. Teaching staff and leading scientists from KTH, RISE and ISSP UL will cover lectures on cleanroom operating environment, micro- and nanofabrication techniques and integration processes leading to creation of a device. The attending students and early stage researchers will have an opportunity to work out their own projects, including “Design and fabrication of quantum based infrared photodetectors”, “Graphene sensors”, “Fabrication of a chemical micro-lab” and others.
The scope of the Summer School will include the following topics:
- Why do we have cleanrooms?
- General concepts of micro- and nanofabrication
- Nanofabrication techniques
- Device building process
- Process integration
- Design of your own project
These topics are in line with the specialization of CAMART2 - Advanced Materials, Photonics, Nanotechnology and Micro- and Nanoelectronics.
The organiser of this event is CAMART2 RIX-STO technology transfer and innovation platform.
The core of the RIX-STO platform is the mutual regional partnership between the consortium members consisting of CAMART2 project associates: ISSP UL, KTH and RISE. The platform aims at enabling high-tech developments within the region’s industries, promoting new products and start-up enterprises, and strengthening collaboration through close interactions between students, scientists, and entrepreneurs.