Prerequisite: BIOE457. Credit only granted for ENEE419M, ENMA489M, or BIOE489J.
An interdisciplinary course designed to provide students with an overview of key processes, technology, and manufacturing techniques involved in fabricating advanced devices and systems. Students will be exposed to state-of-the-art fabrication technologies including soft lithography, 3Dprinting, hybrid manufacturing, material functionalization, and systems integration. In addition to developing a theoretical understanding in the classroom, students will gain hands-on fabrication and characterization experience of systems that can interface with complex environments.