EuroTraining: Nanotechnology for Electronics - Budapest, Hungary, 14-15th June 2010


EuroTraining is the part of the EC initiated EUROPRACTICE service, which aims to stimulate the wider exploitation of state-of-the-art micro/nano electronics and microsystems technologies by the European industry. EuroTraining invites engineers and scientists from companies, SMEs, universities and institutes to upgrade their knowledge by the Awareness Course and learn about Nanotechnology for Electronics from highly qualified experts.

Lecturers: Prof. Göran Wendin, Department of Microtechnology and Nano-science, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; Dr. Harry Heinzelmann, Nanotechnology & Life Sciences, CSEM Centre Suisse d‟Electronique et de Microtechnique SA, Switzerland; and for practical parts, Mr. Martin Kirchner, Raith GmbH, Germany as well as researchers from MFAMTA and BME-ETT for laboratory demonstrations.
The course hosted by the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) and the Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science (MFA) provides a unique opportunity for graduate and PhD students, scientists and engineers coming from universities, research centers and industrial laboratories to meet and learn the newest developments in nanotechnology applied for electronic devices and systems. EuroTraining is happy to organize the Nanotechnology for Electronics Course at the prestigious university and institute in Budapest, Hungary.

Focuses of the training program
- Awareness: lectures to introduce to trends, principles, technologies and applications of nanoelectronics.
- Technology: this module will teach the details of the technologies, including design opportunities, key process technologies and other topics of importance.
- Practical demonstration: another half day optional module where the participants will get experience with high tech equipment and practical demonstrations in the laboratories of MFAMTA or BME-ETT.

Important data

14th June, Monday, BME-ETT:
09.00 – 10.30 Dr. Harry Heinzelmann: Processing techniques and tools for nanofabrication
10.45 – 12.15 Prof. Göran Wendin: Introduction to nanotechnology for electronics
13:15 – 14:45 Dr. Harry Heinzelmann: Bottom-up techniques. Applications in optics & biosensing
15:00 – 16.30 Prof. Göran Wendin: Novel nanoelectronics devices and applications
16.45 – 17.45 Mr. Martin Kirchner: Electron & ion beam lithography, nanoengineering

15th June, Tuesday, MFA-MTA (alternatively):
09.30 – 11.30 Introduction to the facilities and activities at the Institute
11.30 – 13.00 Laboratory visits and practical demonstrations

15th June, Tuesday, BME-ETT (alternatively):
09.30 – 11.30 Laboratory visits and practical demonstrations

Local organizer
BME-ETT: Zsolt Illyefalvi-Vitéz: illye(a) or +36 1 4632753
MFAMTA: Prof. István Bársony: barsony(a) or +36 1 3922224

14th June, Monday: BME-ETT, Goldmann György tér 3, 1111 Budapest, Building V2.
15th June, Tuesday: MFAMTA, Konkoly Thege Miklós út 29-33, 1121 Budapest, Building 26.


Registration fee
150 Euro for the two-day course: 100 Euro / tutorial day and 50 Euro / lab visit half day
Full fee includes coffee breaks, Monday lunch and printed & CD proceedings

Discount fee available for:
- participants from EU New Member States – half price
- students and young researchers of EU member states – half price
- students and young researchers of EU New Member States – free of charge
Discount fee includes coffee breaks and CD proceedings
Number of seats is limited at the sessions:
Tutorials: 50 persons. Laboratory visit: 30 persons / MFA and 20 persons / BME-ETT
Registration at contact persons

Deadline EuroTraining:

Zsolt Illyefalvi-Vitéz: or +36 1 4632753

Réka Bátorfi: or +36 1 4632740 ext 5729

11th June 2010, 15.00 by e-mail

Flyer: Invitation_NanoCourse_Budapest_14-15May2010.pdf

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Comment by Farid Harraz on June 5, 2010 at 10:46am
Many Thanks for valuable info

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