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"There is plenty of room at the bottom" was the title of a lecture given by American physicist and Nobel Prize winner Richard P. Feynman in 1959, laying the foundation for modern nanotechnology. A key characteristic of nanomaterials and nanostructures is that they exhibit altered properties on a larger scale compared to conventional materials. This means that an otherwise identical material can behave completely differently on the nanoscale. These altered properties are of interest for a variety of applications in microelectronics, energy conversion, communications technology and biotechnology. For us humans, nanostructures and nanomaterials are intangible. In order to be able to use them, we need a bridge between our macroscopic world and the nanocosmos. This role is played by microtechnologies, which themselves also have an important function in the miniaturization of components and devices. The most prominent examples are microelectronics as a key technology for almost all areas of life and microsystems technology, which enables us, for example, to have several small microphones and loudspeakers in a smartphone that also automatically recognizes its position. The Micro- and Nanotechnologies degree course teaches which technologies and processes are required for this in combination with materials.
In Ilmenau, this English-language degree course is characterized by an international environment, small practice groups and courses with lots of practical content: All this makes it possible to gain experience in dealing with processes and technologies. The two clean rooms at the Center for Micro- and Nanotechnologies provide a modern technological infrastructure that is unique in Germany and allows students to conduct research into new materials during their studies. The spectrum for the application of this research is just as broad and ranges from nanostructures for the production of hydrogen by splitting water using sunlight to complex electronic assemblies for satellite communication. The professors have diverse research collaborations with research institutions worldwide and with companies such as Bosch, Airbus, Infineon and X-Fab, to name just a few large companies. With a Master's degree in micro and nanotechnologies from Ilmenau, the world is literally open to you!
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Obligatory Courses (e.g. Electronics Technology, Semiconductor devices, Materials of Micro- and Nanotechnologies, Nanodiagnostics, Nanotechnology, Micro Technologies, Laboratory for Materials & Micro/Nanofabrication)
Advanced Courses (Optional Courses) (e.g. MEMS, Micro and nano sensor technology, 3D material analysis, Functional materials, Thin films and surfaces)
Introduction to Project work, Soft skills
Project with seminar
Technical elective subjects (Choice of technical subject(s) from the master curricula)