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Education in Microelectronics and MEMS
Editor(s): Fred Payne; M. Parameswaran

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Volume Number: 3894
Date Published: 29 September 1999

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Microelectronics CAD education in France
Author(s): Christian Dufaza; Michel Robert
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Industry-university microassembly development initiatives
Author(s): Harry E. Stephanou; Tobias Winther; Robert Mehalso
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Nanotechnology: the hard or the soft way?
Author(s): Dana E. Nicolau; Dan V. Nicolau
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Web-based learning by engineering for MEMS technologies
Author(s): Rainer Brueck; Kai Hahn; Andreas Schmidt; Christine Fritzsch; Alain Labeque; Gordana Popovic; Nadeem Hasan Rizvi
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Implementing finite state machines in a computer-based teaching system
Author(s): Charles H. Hacker; Renate Sitte
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Virtual experiments in electronics: beyond logistics, budgets, and the art of the possible
Author(s): Brian Chapman
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Virtual learning engine for electrical engineering education
Author(s): Robert Lord; Brian Chapman
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Review of UK training initiatives for microsystems technology
Author(s): David W. L. Tolfree; Malcolm McCormick; Eric Chowanietz; Robert B. Yates
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Teaching sensor technology and MEMS processing using an in-house educational MPW process
Author(s): Thorbjoern Ebefors; Edvard Kaelvesten
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Collaborative design software for MEMS
Author(s): Francis E.H. Tay
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Microelectronic component of an information and telecommunication degree
Author(s): Robert Hodgson; Roger F. Browne; Serge N. Demidenko
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Evolution of Australian microbolometer and uncooled IR sensor technology
Author(s): Kevin Charles Liddiard
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