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Innovative practice in the French microelectronics education targeting the industrial needs

Auteur(s) : O. Bonnaud, L. Fesquet

Doc. Source: IEEE International Conference on Microelectronic Systems Education (MSE 2017)

Publisher : IEEE

Pages : 15-18

Doi : 10.1109/MSE.2017.7945075

The very fast evolution of the application field in microelectronics requires the adaption of higher education to engineer and master students in order to answer to the industrial, “Research and Development”, and economical needs. In parallel, the development of our digital society, which proposes more and more massive open on-line courses, maintains the students in a theoretical knowledge. Therefore higher education must increase practices and know-how. This has been done in the framework of the French national network for education in microelectronics and nanotechnologies (GIP-CNFM), which adopted a strategy to promote innovative practices in the microelectronics. Through the microelectronics evolution, several examples are given to justify that practice and know-how are the pillar of technical higher education.