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The Virtual Chemical Vapor
Oregon State University
October 10, 2008
|The Virtual CVD laboratory allows your students to practice skills they would use in the microelectronics industry, in much the same way a flight simulator is used for training pilots. The laboratory is housed within a three-dimensional (3D) graphical user interface where students become familiar with the appearance of a cleanroom in a comfortable environment, similar to popular video games they play. CVD reactor runs and wafer measurements have costs associated with them so there is a realistic economic constraint.|
Come to the Virtual CVD Workshop and:
From Workshop Summer 2008
Photos: Dave Hata
Receive up to $250 in stipend
What they have said:
"After a long drive home, I just wanted to tell you again how much I loved the VCVD workshop. It was just about all I could think of. I was intellectually engaged throughout, fascinated, and inspired. Rest assured, that WILL translate into my developing a unit within my courses this year to implement the VCVD lab with students."
"I think the Virtual CVD, more than anything else, is what I remember from high school last year"
Project Leader: Milo Koretsky (firstname.lastname@example.org)