Every modern device you can name - from desktop computers to laptops, smart phones, fitness watches, modern cars, and tablets - rely on the core technology of semiconductor chips. The ubiquitous and critical role of this technology in our daily lives has only become more apparent as we turned to zoom, Whatsapp, and Teams to keep working and stay in touch with colleagues and family members throughout the pandemic.
Our reliance on semiconductors will only continue to grow, which is why the US, EU, and others are providing billions in funding to ensure their uninterrupted manufacture and improvement. But what's the technology behind those chips, and how can you get into that field to begin a very successful, lucrative career?
This free webinar will present the basic science behind chip manufacturing: semiconductor lithography. It will also explore the careers available in the field and how you can travel to a conference to meet those working in the area and learn more. We'll conclude with how you can receive funding to attend one of these conferences for free and see if lithography is right for you.
This webinar assumes no prior knowledge of lithography and is appropriate for anyone curious about this field.