Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology

November 27, 2008

Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology

Author: Chue San Yoo

Edition: First

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing and Imperial College Press

Pages: 484

Price: £65.00

ISBN 9789812568236

This textbook aims to cover all the information that an engineer needs to know to start a career in the semiconductor industry, and provides readers with essential background information for semiconductor research. It is written by a professional who has worked in the field for more than two decades and taught university students for the past 15 years. It includes process knowledge from raw material preparation to the passivation of chips in a modular format.

Who is it for? Final-year undergraduate and postgraduate students taking courses in manufacturing engineering and students studying semiconductor manufacturing technology.

Presentation: The text is written in a clear format and is well illustrated. There is a nice balance between process, physics and applications.

Would you recommend it? Yes, but only to a limited readership.

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