The Department of Electronic Components and the Department of Technology and Materials, which initially were formed within the Electronic Engineering Section at the Faculty of Technical Sciences, in early seventies merged into a single Department of Electronic Components and Materials. This department changed its name first into the Department of Microelectronics and Electronic Components, which was shortened to the Department of Microelectronics in the early nineties. The department of Microelectronics was the first at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering to organize the graduate level studies by engaging professors and research associates from the University of Ljubljana, “Jožef Štefan” Institute, and “Vinča” Institute. Accordingly, the first master thesis at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering was completed at the Department of Microelectronics.



Compulsory subjects
Professional studies: Physics, Electrical Materials and Components;
Academic studies: Physics, Electronic components, Electronics Materials, Fundamentals of Optics, Semiconductor Devices, Analog Microelectronics, Optoelectronics, Advanced Materials and Technologies, Sensors and Actuators, Digital Microelectronics, Power Devices and Circuits, Design and Simulation of Microelectronics Devices, Solar Devices and Systems, Modeling and Simulation of Microelectronics Devices and Circuits
Master academic studies: System on Chip, Microsensors and Microsystems;
PhD studies: Physical Electronics of Semiconductors, Semiconductor Devices, Microelectronics, Nanotechnologies and Nanodevices, Optoelectronics, Materials Science, Quality Control and Reliability Techniques, Microsystems Technologies, Design and Characterization, Microsensors, Software Engineering in Microelectronics, Reliability of Devices and Microsystems, Radiation effects in Microelectronics Devices, Power Devices and Circuits, Solar Systems, Technologies and Devices, Prognostics of Material Properties, Advanced Electronic Ceramic Materials and Structures, Simulation Methods in Material Design.

Optional subjects
Professional studies: Physics in Medical Diagnostics;
Academic studies: Components for Telecommunications, Design of Electronics Materials, Fundamentals of Quantum and Statistical Physics, Printed Circuit Board Design, Microsystems Technologies, Materials Characterization, Statistical Methods of Quality Control, MEMS Devices, Semiconductor Device Failures, Laser Techniques and Applications, Microsystems Design, Low-Temperature Microelectronics, Renewable Energy Sources, Physics of Ionized Gases and Plasma, Medical Physics, Reliability Analysis, Smart Power Devices, Microwave Technologies and Devices, Laser Electronics, Reliability of Electronic Devices and Microsystems, Dosimetry and Dosimeters, Vacuum and Gas Devices, Materials for Advanced and Alternative Energy Sources;
Master academic studies: Nanoelectronics, Computer Design of Microelectronic Devices, Integrated Optoelectronics, Heterojunction Devices, Plasma Processes, Materials for Energetic Devices and Systems, RF Microelectronics, Technologies of Organic Semiconductor Materials and Devices, Characterization of Devices and Microsystems, Failure Physics and Diagnostics, Devices and Microsystems for Operation under Extreme Conditions, Physical Fundamentals of Materials Reliability.

Current professors and associates of the Department of Microelectronics have published 25 monographs, 17 textbooks, 23 supplementary textbooks, 1027 research papers, 2 patents, participated in a number of domestic and foreign research projects, and won 8 awards and recognitions.
The Department of Microelectronics is making continuous efforts in improving the employees’ teaching and research skills and in following the latest tendencies in both educational and research activities. Particular efforts are being made on proper profiling the knowledge acquired by the students so they can get the desired positions in industry or in appropriate research institutions soon after graduation. As for the research, the emphasis is being put on intensifying collaboration with foreign research institutions and domestic industry.


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