Microelectronic Engineering MS
August 18, 2021
Podcast: The Supply Chain Struggles to Send Semiconductors
Intersections: The RIT Podcast, Ep. 51: Complex manufacturing processes of semiconductors and growing demands along the global supply chain for computer chips is impacting numerous industries. Robert Pearson, professor of microelectronic engineering, and Steven Carnovale, assistant professor of supply chain management, discuss how the semiconductor supply chain has been disrupted.
May 20, 2021
Microelectronic engineering program founder retires from Kate Gleason College of Engineering
President Joe Biden recently called for more resources to bolster the computer chip industry to meet consumer and commercial demands. Lynn Fuller has done more than his share to provide assets for this important industry. Fuller established the first microelectronic engineering program in the country in 1982 at RIT, and today many program graduates lead efforts at the top microchip firms advising the president.
January 15, 2021
New economy majors connect with emerging careers
Analytical thinking, complex problem solving, creativity, resiliency, and flexibility are among the top skills needed for emerging careers by 2025. Anticipating these rapid changes in the workplace—further accelerated by lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic—RIT is seizing on the opportunity to guide students to “new economy majors” that are multidisciplinary, transformative, and future-focused.
May 13, 2019
Unlimited opportunities seen for semiconductor industry
The Saratogian features Robert Pearson, associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Microelectronic Engineering.
January 22, 2019
Tianjin University of Technology engineers visit RIT
Tianjin University of Technology leaders toured the RIT campus and its Kate Gleason College of Engineering as the Chinese university looks to expand its teaching and research capabilities in the area of microelectronic engineering.
June 14, 2018
Professor inducted into international hall of fameSantosh Kurinec, a microelectronic engineering professor, was one of six influential women from around the world honored for their work as visionaries in technology, engineering and science and inducted into the Women in Technology Hall of Fame.