M.Tech (Microelectronics)

The Master of Technology programmes are two-year course-based programmes. Students take about 12 courses from within and outside the department, according to the programme requirements. The courses offered are of high standard, many include advanced topics and topics based on recent research. The M.Tech (Microelectronics) programme is offered jointly with the Department of Electronic Systems Engineering (DESE).

The M.Tech project forms a major part of the course. Students work on their project with the guidance of a faculty advisor for over a year. The program brochure (PDF doc) with course structure details is available at: click here.

The course requirements for M.Tech (Microelectronics) are as follows.

Mandatory Core Course:
E0 270            3:0         Directed Research Seminar

Other Core Course: Total of 18 credits with 9 credits each from pool A and pool B.

Pool A: Materials, Processes and Device Technology

E3 214            3:0         Microsensor Technologies
E3 225            3:0         Submicron Device Modeling and Simulation
E3 227            2:1         VLSI Device and Process Simulation
E3 268            3:0         Advanced CMOS and Beyond CMOS
E3 222            2:1         Micromachining for MEMS Technology
E3 327            2:1         Nanoelectronics Device Fabrication and Characterization
E3 262            2:1         Electronic Systems Packaging
ME 237           3:0         Introduction to MEMS

Pool B: Circuits, CAD, Systems and Applications

E0 284            2:1         Digital VLSI Circuits
E0 285            3:0         Computer Aided Design of VLSI Systems
E0 286            3:0         Test and Verification for SOC Designs
E3 231            2:1         Digital Systems Design with FPGAs
E3 235            2:1         Analog and Data Conversion System
E3 238            2:1         Analog VLSI Circuits
E3 239            2:1         Advanced VLSI Circuits
E3 255            2:1         Multi-Core Architecture and Programming
E3 266            2:1         Electromagnetic Compatibility
E7 213            3:0         Introduction to Photonics
E8 242            2:1         Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits and Systems
SE 273            3:1         Processor Design