This course is designed with the aim of educating students in micro-electro-mechanical systems and its use for fabricating sensors and systems for biology/medicine. Students will have exposure towards how to fabricate the sensors and its application in the real world. Modern-day microsensors and microactuators will be taught. The students will have an idea about how to simulate some of those sensors and characterize before fabricating it.
Course Period: July 1 to July 7thVenue:Department of Electronic Systems Engineering, IIScCourse Instructor: Prof. Hardik Pandya, Assistant Professor, Division of EECS, IIScMaximum strength: 50 participants
course objectives1. The first objective of the course is to understand the basics of sensors, actuators and their operating principle.2. The second objective is to educate the students on different types of microfabrication techniques for designing and developing sensors (design, simulation, and fabrication).3. The third objective is to explain the working of various types of electrochemical sensors and actuators. 4. The fourth objective of this course is to understand cancer and its properties: Breast Cancer and Oral Cancer5. The fifth objective is to develop skills to integrate biochips with electronic system for cancer diagnosis6. The final objective is to understand how to work in a non-conventional Class 10000 clean room environment and understand several equipment including but not limited to the laminar flow hoods, CO2 incubator, Microscopes, autoclave, peristaltic pump, etc.
The course fee is not refundable unless the organizers decide not to conduct the course due to some unavoidable reasons Course FeeStudents: Rs 4000 Others: Rs. 5000* As a special discount for ISSS members 50% discount