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View Resource Webinar- Electronics 2010: A New Systems Approach to Teaching Electronics

This webinar was presented on September 14, 2007 by MATEC NetWorks to update and discuss the grant Electronics 2010. This is the first one for the grant that was kicked off at SAME-TEC 2007 (Semiconductors, Automated Manufacturing, Electronics Technical Education Conference). Teaching Electronics is changing - ESyst (the name of the program) is bringing that change. This webinar presents the...

View Resource OLED Displays: Better Than Plasma Or LCD

Silicon Chip is the online version of Australia's only electronics magazine, and is primarily directed to professionals, trades people and enthusiasts in the electronics, electrical, computer and related fields. This article is on Organic LED (OLED) displays, which look set to take over LCD & plasma displays in monitors and TV sets. This article examines: How they work, technological...

View Resource Engineering Education

The Engineering Education Service Center strives to provide information resources to promote, guide, and stimulate interest in engineering and technology. In addition, they seek to diversify the types of engineers in society by exposing large numbers of students to the capacity they will have to benefit society. They also encourage girls and women to become involved in engineering.

View Resource About MEMS

This website includes educational material on MEMS technology, products, and adaptive optics. The site also includes short video clips and many useful definitions and links. MEMS is an emerging technology which uses the tools and techniques that were developed for the Integrated Circuit industry to build microscopic machines. These machines are built on standard silicon wafers.

View Resource 193nm Immersion Lithography: Status and Challenges

This article is a comprehensive review of 193nm immersion lithography. It focuses on the materials and processes rather than the optical system of the tool. The article covers the history and current status of the technology.

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