Maksym Yarema: Katalogdaten im Frühjahrssemester 2021

NameHerr Prof. Dr. Maksym Yarema
LehrgebietNanoskalige Speichergeräte
Institut für Elektronik
ETH Zürich, ETZ H 94
Gloriastrasse 35
8092 Zürich
Telefon+41 44 633 85 84
DepartementInformationstechnologie und Elektrotechnik

227-0085-23LProjekte & Seminare: Phase Change Materials and Memories Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Findet dieses Semester nicht statt.
Nur für Elektrotechnik und Informationstechnologie BSc.

Die Lerneinheit kann nur einmal belegt werden. Eine wiederholte Belegung in einem späteren Semester ist nicht anrechenbar.
1 KP1PM. Yarema
KurzbeschreibungDer Bereich Praktika, Projekte, Seminare umfasst Lehrveranstaltungen in unterschiedlichen Formaten zum Erwerb von praktischen Kenntnissen und Fertigkeiten. Ausserdem soll selbstständiges Experimentieren und Gestalten gefördert, exploratives Lernen ermöglicht und die Methodik von Projektarbeiten vermittelt werden.
LernzielYou will learn how to make and characterize phase change materials, which are being researched by companies like Intel and Micron for next generation transistor free memory, known as phase change memory (PCM). In the first laboratory session, you characterize the phase change of a PCM material using x-ray diffraction. In the second laboratory session, you will synthesize nanoparticles of the PCM material germanium telluride to understand the challenges and potential for addressing scaling issues in PCMs.

Important information:
In addition to the 8 hours of laboratory time, 6 hours of additional reading, preparation, and data analysis is expected. For the laboratory class, you must adhere to the safety rules introduced by the instructor and to the dress code (long pants and close-toed shoes must be worn, long hair must be pulled back, and no watches/jewelry on hands or wrists).

The course will be held in English. Minimum number of students is 3.
227-0669-00LChemistry of Devices and Technologies Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Limited to 30 participants.
4 KP1V + 2UM. Yarema
KurzbeschreibungThe course covers basics of chemistry and material science, relevant for modern devices and technologies. The course consists from lecture, laboratory, and individual components. Students accomplish individual projects, in which they study and evaluate a chosen technology from chemistry and materials viewpoints.
LernzielThe course brings relevant chemistry knowledge, tailored to the needs of electrical engineering students. Students will gain understanding of the basic concepts of chemistry and a chemist's intuition through hands-on workshops that combine tutorials and laboratory sessions as well as guidance through individual projects that require interdisciplinary and critical thinking.
Students will learn which materials, reactions, and device fabrication processes are important for nowadays technologies and products. They will gain important knowledge of state-of-the-art technologies from materials and fabrication viewpoints.
InhaltStudents will spend 3h per week in the tutorials and practical sessions and additional 4-6h per week working on individual projects.
The goal of the individual student's project is to understand the chemistry related to the manufacture and operation of a specific device or technology (to be chosen from the list of projects). To ensure continued learning throughout the semester, individual projects are evaluated by three interim project reports and by 10 min final presentation.
LiteraturLecture notes will be made available on the website.