SRC Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing (ERC)

                                                          **  Bringing Sustainability to Semiconductor Manufacturing **

A multi-university research center leading the way to environmentally friendly semiconductor manufacturing, sponsored by the Semiconductor Research Corporation's Global Research Collaboration (GRC) Research Program



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Industrial Courses:

The Center's bi-weekly TeleSeminar Series continues to focus on Center-related and relevant research   For more information, contact Karen McClure at

To serve it's industrial members, the Center offers short courses for semiconductor industry personnel on Design For the Environment (DFE) related topics.  The Center offers these courses in conjunction with industrial partners.  
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TeleSeminar Series
The Center TeleSeminar series continues to focus its bi-weekly presentations and discussions on Center research as well as presentations by invited guest speakers which focus on all aspects of the semiconductor manufacturing industry.  This series has been very well received and is found to be an excellent tool for rapid information dissemination to industrial members, mentors, and advisory boards, as well as interested public.  It is also an excellent means of communication within the Center targeting students and PIs. 
Link to Current TeleSeminar Offerings

Distance Learning
The Center is involved in designing a distance learning certificate program in semiconductor manufacturing and has offered its popular CMP course with Semizone on-demand via the Internet.   This course, via streaming lecture videos with accompanying Powerpoint view graphs, has been taught by Professors Ara Philipossian, Duane Boning, Srini Ragahavan, Steve Beaudoin, and other Center PIs..   The CMP course was initially offered in 24 modules that require between 12 and 13 hours to view in their entirety.   More information about Semizone courses


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