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We need young professionals in Microelectronics - Company reports

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Social status and prestige of microelectronic and electrical engineering are not too high, despite rising demand by the influx of young professionals in this field. However, this demand is for young people quite often several times higher than for other attractive and popular subjects.

The fact that young people can get quality education in fields that may ring hollow too good, but implementation and evaluation of them is far more interesting than others, at first sight more popular disciplines. The Czech Statistical Office here in the electronics industry, including microelectronics, has 1,200 companies employing 163,000 people. Industry sales reach 450 billion crowns and the total output of all industry in the Czech Republic and contributes 14.6 percent.

Another big advantage is a tradition in this field and our personalities based on the time that Czech companies occupy a significant position in the world. An example may be at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Technology (FIT) BUT ** Assoc. Ing. Ivan Szendiuch, PhD .** lecturer and researcher at the Institute of Microelectronics FEEC ** ** and one of the main promoters of microelectronics among young people in our country and the world he worked in senior positions in a number of domestic and foreign companies, and now your experience with others students.

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The faculty provides teaching the course – Microelectronics and technology components in the undergraduate studies and modern microelectronic technology, a master's degree. These articles deal with electrical hardware, or the basic principles of the production and use of electronic devices, circuits and systems in a broader sense so that graduates not only get an overview of the principles and essence of individual components, but also their use, including the integration of the principles. * „It may sound tricky, but it's very simple, just need to realize the whole picture“ * smiles ** doc. Szendiuch ** and adds: * „Each of us, although this may not know, is the microelectronics daily basis – mobile phones, televisions, iPhones, computers and many other commonly used goods consist of electronic components. In order to be efficient to use, it is important to know how to deal with such things. In order to achieve reliable operation, each at least should have known where the electronics occurs and what can never be expected. This applies not only to design, manufacture and use, as well as liquidation, which is closely related to ecology and global legislation on environmental protection. What implications do the monitors, batteries, and consumer electronics in municipal waste should be aware of all of us. It is therefore necessary to design new products with high quality, which means a high technical level, but still cheap and ecological way to make life easier for us both now and in the future "* Evidence skill“ Czech hands "may be as game console, the Xbox 360 PlayStation, the majority of Nokia phones, or even watch Swatch – all the controls integrated circuits designed and manufactured in the Czech Republic. Example, many people also know that with us there is a central service for Asus Central and Eastern Europe and North Africa and many world famous companies.

Credits and Awards ** Assoc. ** Szendiuch illustrates a number of awards in the world, the last of which was granted in 2007 in San Jose (USA) as the price of „Fellow of the Society Award“ by the International Microelectronics and Packaging Society for Merit in Research and Education the assembly of microelectronic technologies for the establishment and development of teaching laboratories at FIT BUT in Brno and for many years active work in the TPC (The program committee IMAPS), where he published a number of countries, dozens of scholarly articles. At the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Studies are now about 700 new students have the opportunity to check their position on the field as on upcoming conferences conventional sources of electricity (www.nzee.cz) or at the international conference Modern batteries, rechargeable batteries and fuel cells (www.aba-brno.cz). Microelectronics young can also try a sample test in Multimedia Virtual Laboratory of Microelectronic Technology (Vasko http://www.umel.feec.vutbr.cz/ ~ / O application /).

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** Information about the faculty: **

Electrotechnical disciplines were first at the technical university, BUT the first time in 1905. Since 1959, when it was founded as an independent faculty of energy, which later transformed into the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, has successfully completed engineering studies at our faculty over 23 000 graduates. In 2001 she received the present name of Science – Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Technology (FIT) and a year later she conceived the accreditation of new advanced degree programs in a structured study. The faculty has more than 4,400 students in bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs. Studying at the faculty is focused on a wide range of scientific areas: control technology and robotics, biomedical engineering, power electronics and electrical engineering, electrotechnology and electronics, microelectronics, and Radioelectronics Teleinformatics.

For more information, please contact me.

** Press contact: **

** ** George Wagner Public relations manager Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Technology BUT GSM: 604504695 mail: wagner@feec.vutbr.cz www.feec.vutbr.cz




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