Electronic Testing & Reliability

This course covers electronic product assembly and manufacturing processes, defect and yield analysis in electronic product test and application of testable and reliable design on electronic circuits. 

Pre-requisites: Semiconductor device principles, electric circuit theories, basic statistics and digital circuit design.

Upon completion of the session, participants will be able: 

  1. To identify semiconductor manufacturing challenges in advanced nodes 
  2. To apply statistical quality analysis and process control of an assembly process 
  3. To evaluate lifetime of electronic products population
  4. To evaluate controllability and observability of a circuit

Duration: 14 weeks

Target Participant: Microelectronic Students and Engineers

Course Fee: Free

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Material Sciences
This course is divided into four modules. First three module covers materials and classification, types of bonds and material properties. In fourth module, advanced materials and their unique properties will be covered. A video on a lab demonstration on the synthesis and characterization of nanomaterials video is also included. 

Upon completion of the session, participants will be able to: 

1. To clasify materials and understand how structure, properties and processing relate to each other

2. To describe different type of bonds and materials properties

3. To discuss various types of advance materials, their properties and applications

Duration: 3 months

Target Participant: 40

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Introductory Engineering  Mathematics
This course covers Functions, Complex Numbers, Matrices, Sequences and Series, Limits and Continuity, Differentiation, and Integration. Among the topics discussed include various types and characteristics of Functions, Concepts of Complex numbers, Matrices, Sequences and Series, and various techniques for Differentiation and Integration for various engineering applications.
By the end of this course, the student is able to

 • solve mathematical problems by using functions, complex numbers, matrices, sequences and series, differentiation and integration.

 • analyze problems involving functions, complex numbers, matrices, sequences and series, differentiation and integration to solve engineering problems. 

• explain mathematical problem solving related to engineering.

Duration: 14 weeks

Target Participant: 1st Year Engineering Students.

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