Catalogue Major Micro- and Nanoelectronics WS18/19 onwards
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|Micro- and Nanoelectronics: Catalogue CORE (16 Credits required)||Credits||offered in:|
|Compound Semiconductors and Optical Components||4||winter semester|
|High Frequency Electronics||4||winter semester|
|Solid-State Technology||4||winter semester|
|VLSI Design for Digital Signal Processing - Fundamentals||4||winter semester|
Catalogue GENERAL (8 Credits required)
Module group GENERAL (graded Examinations)
Modules from the catalogue GENERAL include all modules from the catalogues CORE and ELECTIVE of the complete Master degree program in Electrical Engineering, Information Technology and Computer Engineering of RWTH Aachen.
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Catalogue ADDITIONAL (12 Credits required)
Module group ADDITIONAL qualifications (ungraded examinations)
The following subjects offered by the whole RWTH Aachen University study program, including subjects of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, can be selected in an individual portfolio. You can also choose regular, block or intensive courses.
- Modules from the subject catalogues CORE and ELECTIVE of all study programs, as well as from the catalogue GENERAL of the Master degree program Electrical Engineering, Information Technology and Computer Engineering (max. 4 CP)
- One additional seminar, lab or project from FB6 (max. 4 CP)
- Subjects from other faculties of the RWTH Aachen (for example, Faculty of Business and Economics or Faculty of Mechanical Engineering), which can be completed with a certificate about the individual performance and an indication of the corresponding semester weekhours (SWS). These subjects can include projects (such as Leonardo), practical course work (lab courses) or courses about soft skills. (min. 4 CP to max. 12 CP)
- Foreign language courses of the RWTH Aachen University Language Centre
- International students enrolled in this Master degree program are obliged to take German Language Courses at the RWTH Aachen University Language Centre equivalent to 8 CP and show proof of their German language proficiency latest at the end of their study program in order to achieve the Master degree. Proof of proficiency is the DSM exam (German Language Examination for RWTH International Master Students). Exempted from this rule are those international students who have already proof of German Language skills at Level B1 (or better) and can present an according document to the examination board for recognition. In order to be able to finish the program in the study program period we recommend to do the German Language Courses at the beginning of your studies. Please note it is possible that an intensive language course is offered before the beginning of the winter semester. Be careful to miss the registration deadline for this course.
- The mandatory German language course requirement of 8 CP does not hold for students whose native language is German or who have gained their study qualification or a first university degree in a study program taught in German.
|Micro- and Nanoelectronics: Catalogue LABORATORY & PROJECT (4 Credits required)||Credits||offered in:|
|Laboratory: Analog and Mixed Signal Electronic||4||winter/summer semester|
|Laboratory: CAD - Simulation of Semiconductor Sevices||4||winter/summer semester|
|Laboratory: Conception and Modeling of Opto-Electronic Devices||4||summer semester|
|Laboratory: Quantum Technology||4||summer semester|
|Laboratory: VLSI Design Technology||4||winter/summer semester|
|Laboratory: FPGA Design Technology||4||winter/summer semester|
|Project: Integrated Digital Systems||4||winter/summer semester|
|Project: Semiconductor Device Simulation||4||winter/summer semester|
|Project: Manufacturing Processes in Micro System Technology||4||winter/summer semester|
|Project: Innovative Components||4||winter/summer semester|
|Project: Microelectronic Circuits in Medical Technology||4||winter/summer semester|
|Projekt: Sensor Technology in Practice||4||winter/summer semester|