RIT program named one of the 30 best online engineering master’s programs from private colleges
Microelectronics manufacturing engineering program prepares students for careers in the semiconductor industry
RIT expands agreement with University in China
Agreement develops collaborations with RIT’s microelectronic engineering program
RIT upgrades clean room capabilities with new laser lithography system equipment
34th Annual Microelectronic Engineering Conference at RIT
Dr. Ewbank and his wife visit RIT alumni at Micron Technology Virginia for tour and lunch.
Santosh K. Kurinec, Fellow IEEE, Professor of Electrical & Microelectronic Engineering has been invited to be a Keynote Speaker for the Conference on Electronic Materials, Devices and Systems for Sustainable Future 2016, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia. http://www.rit.edu/news/story.php?id=55474&source=enewsletter
Link to KAUST-NSF Conference
Muhammad Mustafa HussainIEEE Electron Devices Society Distinguished Lecturer Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering Computer Electrical Mathematical Science and Engineering Division King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
11AM on Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Gleason Hall (Building 9)
Rochester Institute of Technology
RIT professor and leader in semiconductor lithography field Bruce Smith named IEEE Fellow
Over 320 students and over 200 parents/educators attended the Women in Engineering (WE) Open House on Nov. 7, 2015.
Elizabeth McClure, Julia Okvath, Kavya Sree Duggimpuddi, Patsy Cadareanu, and Elizabeth Hirschman were here telling the attendees about microelectronic engineering.
Pictured are 1366 Technologies CEO Frank van Mierlo and Robert Pearson
1366 Technologies today announced plans to build a state-of-the-art, commercial solar wafer manufacturing facility in Genesee County New York, strategically located between Buffalo and Rochester, that will eventually scale to 3 GW, house 400 Direct Wafer™ furnaces, and produce more than 600 million high-performance silicon wafers per year – enough to power 360,000 American homes. 1366 Technologies will become the anchor tenant at the high-tech Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP) where the company will eventually create more than 1,000 new, full-time jobs in New York’s Finger Lakes Region.