Advanced Integrated Microsystems
This doctoral program has a focus on advanced integrated microsystems and its objective is to offer advanced training that includes: micro/nanofabrication of devices and systems; sensing and actuating; application to physical, biotechnological, pharmaceutical, and biomedical challenges. Microsystem technologies are a deeply interdisciplinary subject, and advanced training at the doctoral level will be challenging and rewarding producing graduates with a broad scientific vision, who are knowledgeable in a wide variety of scientific disciplines, from basic sciences such as biology and quantum mechanics, to electrical, mechanical, and biotech engineering applications.
NEXT CALL: February 1, 2018 to March 31, 2018
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