Spring 2013 textbook list
The Spring 2013 ECE textbook list is available online for students.
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ECE 5236G Advanced Principles of Electronic Packaging (3C)
System-level package design issues to meet application requirements are introduced and modeling tools for analyzing electronic packages are applied. Materials and process selection guidelines are discussed for the manufacturing and reliability of packaged electronic products. Application of theoretical principles to analysis designs.
Program Area: Electronics.
Prerequisites: Graduate standing.
Department Syllabus Information:Major Measurable Learning Objectives:
- Design architecture and layout of an electronic package to application requirements;
- Use a finite-element modeling tool to analyze the mechanical, or thermal, or thermomechanical, or electromagnetic designs of an electronic package;
- Select appropriate materials and processes for the manufacture of an electronic package.
- Apply theoretical principles in electrical and electromechanical engineering to analyze package designs.
|1. Application Requirements of Packaged Electronic Systems||15%|
|2. System Partitioning and Package Architecture||20%|
|3. Mechanical and Environmental Analyses||15%|
|4. Thermal and Thermomechanical Analyses||20%|
|5. Electrical and Electromagnetic Analyses||20%|
|6. Evaluation of Alternative Designs and Processes||10%|