Due to the nature of the lab portion of the course, registration has a maximum of 20 participants. Your registration is not guaranteed until full payment is received. If you wish to charge the course to an IEN Cleanroom account, please contact us immediately so that we can provide the proper forms, and so that we may notify the PI or accounts representative. Credit cards are the only payment option for people outside Georgia Tech. Once you submit your registration, follow the appropriate links in your confirmation email. A waiting list of overflow registrants will be maintained in case of cancellations.
This intensive three-day short course will cover essential microfabrication techniques including, photolithography, thin film deposition, etching, packaging, and characterization. Attendees will gain valuable experience by fabricating simple devices in one of the most advanced university cleanrooms in North America.
Attendance is open to the general technical community and is not limited to current Georgia Tech students or IEN users. Anyone interested in cleanroom fabrication techniques is strongly encouraged to attend this course. The course is suitable for both new and experienced researchers interested in microfabrication techniques and applications.
A course emphasis will be placed on IEN cleanroom resources, however, the concepts and techniques discussed are applicable to a broad array of research in this field.
Rates: *Rates include lunches on all days*
- Georgia Tech Rate: $200
- Academic and Government Rate: $400
- Industry Rate: $800
** Registration is NOT complete until you have received a link to pay for your attendance through Georgia Tech's secure payment gateway or you provide an internal billing account. If you are not using an internal account, you will receive a payment link via email after completing the initial registration process.
Registration and full payment MUST be completed online by May the 23rd at 4:00 p.m. ET, 2022: NO EXCEPTIONS. No one will be allowed to register or pay on-site.**
Hang Chen, Ph.D.
Georgia Tech Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology