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Master of Science

with Major in

Packaging of

Electronics and

Optical Devices

Engineering Leaders Masters Series

presentation outline
Presentation Outline

SMU School of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Department

Graduate Degree Programs

  • MS and PhD in Mechanical Engineering

Professional Degree Programs

  • MS with a Major in Manufacturing Systems Management
  • MS with a Major in Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices

Details of Professional Degree Program

MS with a Major in Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices

Professional Certificate in Electronic Packaging Fundamentals

school of engineering

School of Engineering

Engineering Leaders Masters Series

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“At SMU, we are educating today’s engineers to be tomorrow’s engineering leaders.”

~Geoffrey Orsak, Dean

SMU School of Engineering

five engineering departments
Five Engineering Departments

Mechanical Engineering (ME)

Computer Science and Engineering (CSE)

Electrical Engineering (EE)

Engineering Management, Information and Systems (EMIS)

Environmental and Civil Engineering (ENCE)

student population
Student Population

Undergraduate students

~ 800

Graduate Students

~ 1,005

(~43 Ph.D. students)

school of engineering1
School Of Engineering

First University to offer Distance Learning program with

    • TAGER Satellite Network
    • VHS Delivery
    • DVD delivery
    • Streaming Video downloads
    • WebEx and Blackboard
    • 100% Coverage of all graduate courses
  • SMU is the only university that offers a complete program in Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices via Distance Learning
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Engineering Leader’s Masters Series

Continuous Learning

  • Undergraduate
  • Certificate
  • Graduate
  • Beyond

Lecture Series

  • Evening and daytime events
  • Current and topical
  • Experts from Industry

Networking opportunities

delivery methods packaging of electronics and optical devices
Delivery MethodsPackaging of Electronics and Optical Devices
  • On Campus
    • Traditional classrooms
  • Distance Learning
    • DVD delivery
    • Streaming video downloads
on campus instruction
On Campus Instruction

Standard M/W , M/W/F or T/TH classes

Day and evening formats

Standard Fall / Spring / Summer Semesters

Taught by full-time and adjunct Faculty

distance learning
Distance Learning

Streaming Video Downloads

  • Flexible scheduling

Lectures are current

  • Usually posted to the SMU server within a few hoursof delivery

Exams are proctored

Industry students are welcome to attend on campus if convenient

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Mechanical Engineering Department (ME)

ME at SMU is a Research-oriented, student-centered department. The department promotes world class research with absolute commitment to excellence in teaching.

mechanical engineering faculty
Mechanical Engineering Faculty

Yildirim Hurmuzlu

Chair

Radovan Kovacevic

Peter Raad

Jose Lage

12 Full time faculty

7 Emeritus faculty

8 Adjunct faculty

3 Staff members

3 Post-Doctoral Research Associates

Wei Tong

Charles Lovas

Paul Krueger

David Willis

Gemunu Happawana

Dona Mularkey

Elena Borzova

Donald Price

mechanical engineering degree programs
Mechanical Engineering Degree Programs

Mechanical Engineering (ME)

BS, MS, Ph.D.

M.S. with Major in Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices (PEOD)

MS, Professional Certificates

M.S. with Major in Manufacturing Systems Management (MSM)

MS, Professional Certificates

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SMU

Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices

Presented from an Industry Perspective

Donald Price, Ph.D., P.E.

Director

December 15, 2006

why packaging of electronics and optical devices
Why Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices ?
  • In today’s environment, an engineer working in the electronics industry must constantly develop more advanced capabilities in the design and packaging of electronic systems.
  • These systems are becoming more complex, with ever-increasing requirements for higher reliability and lower-cost manufacturability.
  • To compete, you will need an understanding of the:
    • Effect of mechanical vibrations on components and systems,
    • Behavior of electronic components
    • Fundamentals of optoelectronics and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)
    • Failure modes and mechanisms of electronic components
    • Current thermal management techniques
    • Electronic materials and their material properties
    • Basics of experimental measurements
    • Computational techniques used in both mechanical and thermal design
    • Fundamentals of electronic manufacturing technology.
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Why Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices ?
  • Being trained in these disciplines, you will find yourself in high demand, as advanced electronic and optical devices reach even further into our everyday lives.
  • You will learn how this program will resolve all of the issues, which currently are limiting progress in your career.
why southern methodist university
Why Southern Methodist University ?
  • The MS program in Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices at SMU is one of only a few programs in the world designed to provide you, the practicing engineer, with the depth and breadth of skills in the diverse disciplines, which you need to succeed in this ever more demanding field
  • No time for on-campus coursework? No problem. Traveling for your employer! No problem.
  • This program is unique, in that it delivers courses via Distance Learning, enabling you to balance your advanced degree studies with your work priorities.
  • You are able to easily communicate with your SMU professors via telephone, fax, and email. Lecture notes and course materials are placed on the web site in advance of classroom lectures.
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Why Southern Methodist University ?
  • The lectures are digitally recorded and are available for streaming video downloads from the SMU web site to your computer over the internet.
  • With this form of course delivery, the program is ideally suited for engineers throughout the United States and for military personnel, whether stationed in the US or abroad.
  • SMU offers qualified military personnel and government employees discounted tuition.
smu s vision and mission statement
SMU’s Vision and Mission Statement
  • SMU has revised the course content and technical approach of the M.S. degree program in Packaging of Electronic and Optical Devices
  • The content of the program now features electronic packaging education being presented from an industry perspective in order to provide complete instruction in the design, development, and manufacture of electronic components and systems.
  • SMU believes that the electronics industry in this area requires engineers with multidisciplinary skills in the fields of electronic materials science, mechanical design, and thermal management.
vision and mission statement cont
Vision and Mission Statement (cont)
  • SMU seeks to develop students uniquely able to contribute to the growth of the electronics and avionics in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area and around the world.
  • We believe that the electronics industry seeks to hire engineers with a cross-disciplinary educational background, possessing skills and capabilities in mechanical modeling, mechanical design, and thermal design, as well as an understanding of electronic materials and material properties.
  • To this end, we believe that the program, as now structured, meets that need
degree requirements
Degree Requirements

In addition to meeting the School of Engineering degree requirements for a Master of Science degree, applicants are required to satisfy the following additional requirements:

  • Satisfactory completion of a required core curriculum consisting of the four courses (12 hrs)
  • Satisfactory completion of the required six (6) electives selected from a list of eight (8) electronic packaging courses (18 hrs)
admission requirements
Admission Requirements

In addition to meeting the School of Engineering admission requirements for a Master of Science degree, applicants are required to satisfy the following additional requirements:

Bachelor of Science in one of the engineering disciplines, or in a closely related scientific field

admission process
Admission Process

Procedures and forms are located at

http://engr.smu.edu/students/graduate_admission.html

What you will need

  • Completed application form
  • Two recommendation forms (one from a manager or supervisor)
  • Current resume
  • All official undergraduate and graduate transcripts
  • $75 application fee
curriculum packaging of electronics and optical devices
CurriculumPackaging of Electronics and Optical Devices
  • Core Courses - 12 hrs
    • ME 7334 – Fundamentals of Electronic Packaging
    • ME 7242 – Introduction to Thermal Management of Electronics
    • ME 7343 – Electronic Packaging Materials: Processes, Properties, and Testing
    • ME 7358 – Vibration Analysis of Electronic Systems
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CurriculumPackaging of Electronics and Optical Devices
  • Electronic Packaging Electives [select six (6) of eight (8) courses] - 18 hrs
    • ME 7314 – Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems and Devices
    • ME 7335 – Convective Cooling of Electronics
    • ME 7344 – Conductive Cooling of Electronics
    • ME 7346 – Application of Computational Techniques to the Mechanical and Thermal Design of Electronic Systems
    • ME 7348 – Thermal, Fluid, and Mechanical Measurements in Electronic Systems
    • ME 7360 – Electronic Product Design and Reliability
    • ME 7367 – Electronic Manufacturing Technology
    • ME 7359 – Analysis and Design of Optoelectronic Packages
training programs
Training Programs

Professional Certificates in

Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices

Manufacturing Management Fundamentals

Short Courses

Cutting-edge topics for IT professionals

professional certificate in electronic packaging fundamentals
Professional Certificate in Electronic Packaging Fundamentals

A Graduate Certificate is earned upon the successful completion of three (3) courses selected from the following list of four (4) core courses:

ME 7334 – Fundamentals of Electronic Packaging ME 7242 – Introduction to Thermal Management of Electronics ME 7343 – Electronic Packaging Materials: Processes, Properties, and Testing

ME 7358 – Vibration Analysis of Electronic Systems

admission requirements professional certificate in electronic packaging fundamentals
Admission RequirementsProfessional Certificate inElectronic Packaging Fundamentals
  • Students must have an undergraduate degree in science or engineering or five (5) years of directly relevant professional experience
  • Students who complete the requirements for the professional certificate, and meet the admission requirements, can apply for admission as a degree-seeking student in the graduate degree program in Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices
  • For those students accepted into the graduate degree program, the courses taken to complete the professional certificate will count toward the graduate degree requirements
completion requirements professional certificate in electronic packaging fundamentals
Completion RequirementsProfessional Certificate inElectronic Packaging Fundamentals
  • The professional certificate will be awarded upon completion of three (3) of the four (4) core courses with a grade of B or better in each of the three courses
  • The three courses for the professional certificate must be completed within three (3) years from admission to the program
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Statement Regarding Thesis RequirementMS Degree with Major in Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices
thesis not required for ms degree
Thesis Not Required for MS Degree

For the MS degree with a major in Packaging of Electronics and Optical Devices, a thesis is not normally required

If the student wants to pursue a research project and has a topic of sufficient applicability to the interests of the student’s sponsoring company, it is permissible to substitute a thesis for two (2) of the ten (10) courses required for graduation

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Thesis Requirement (continued)

Basic requirements for substitution:

  • The research should be totally funded by the sponsoring company
  • The research may either be performed at SMU or on the premises of the sponsoring company, depending on the topic and the scope of the work
  • The student will need to select a faculty member to act as thesis advisor
  • SMU faculty and staff, associated with the project, are willing to sign a confidentiality agreement, but there is a basic requirement that the thesis, and any publications derived from the thesis, be publishable in the open literature
  • Depending on the scope of the work and the level-of-effort, it may be necessary for the student’s sponsoring company to compensate the faculty thesis advisor for time required for supervision
smu tuition loan programs
SMU Tuition Loan Programs
  • For graduate students registered for a minimum of six hours per semester, go to

http://smu.edu/financial_aid

and click on “Grad and Professional Students”

  • Federally backed low interest loans are available, and students may be eligible for up to $18,000 per year
  • Payment is not required until after the student finishes his or her studies
  • For graduate students registering for three hours per semester, application websites for two lenders that offer educational loans

www.wellsfargo.com/student/undergrad/education/?_requestid=50321

www.educationone.com/chase-student-loans/continuing-education.htm

  • Both of these lenders offer loans, which are consumer/credit based with variable interest rates.  Funds are disbursed directly to the student, not the school.
distributed tuition payments
Distributed Tuition Payments
  • To ease the pain of advance tuition payments prior to reimbursement by your company, SMU has created an arrangement whereby you can make distributed tuition payments through Sallie Mae
  • Two payment plans are available depending on when you apply
  • These are: 5 month/ten month payment plan and four month payment plan
  • 5 Month and 10 Month Payment Plans
    • Due Dates – The 1st of each month beginning June 1st
    • Enrollment fee - $50.00 for the 5 Pay Plan (Fall or Spring Only) and $100 for the 10 Pay Plan (Fall & Spring)
    • Last date to enroll in this plan for Fall is August 4th
    • Students can enroll by phone (1-800-635-0120 or 1-800-556-6684), online at www.tuitionpay.com, or by mailing in the enrollment form
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Distributed Tuition Payments
  • 4 Month Payment Plan
    • Due Dates – August 25th, September 25th, October 25th, November 25th - Please note that this plan was set up so that the students MUST pay for the first (August 25th) payment and the enrollment fee AT THE TIME OF ENROLLMENT regardless of when they enroll in this plan.
    • Enrollment Fee - $100.00 for plans $2,499.99 or less & $150.00 for plans $2,500.00 or more. 
    • The last date to enroll in this plan for Fall is September 30th
    • The only way to enroll for this plan is by PHONE.  Students cannot enroll online. 
  • The 5 Month Payment Plan is offered before the fall semester begins.  
  • The 4 Month Payment Plan is offered to those students who are not able to make payment after payment due date.  Those students who enroll on the 4 Month Payment Plan are also responsible for a $100 Late Payment Fee in addition to the enrollment fee.
core courses
Core Courses
  • ME 7334 - Fundamentals of Electronic Packaging
    • This course is an introduction into all aspects of the packaging of electronics covered in this degree program
  • ME 7342 – Introduction to Thermal Management of Electronics
    • This is an introductory course into all of the methods used for the thermal design and thermal management of electronic components and systems
  • ME 7343 - Electronic Packaging Materials: Processes, Properties, and Testing
    • This course covers all of the materials used in electronic components and systems and the properties of those materials
  • ME 7358 – Vibration Analysis of Electronic Systems
    • This course introduces all aspects of the mechanical design of electronic components and systems, particularly in the areas of vibrations and mechanical shock
packaging electives
Packaging Electives
  • ME 7314 - Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) and Devices
    • This course develops the basics for microelectromechanical devices and systems, including microactuators, microsensors, and micromotors, micromachining techniques (surface and bulk micromachining), and microfabrication techniques
  • ME 7335 - Convective Cooling of Electronics
    • This course reviews of the fundamentals of convection heat transfer, followed by applications of these principals to the convective cooling of electronic components and systems. Special topics in convective cooling, such as spray cooling, jet-impingement cooling, microchannel cooling, and heat pipe applications will also be included.
  • ME 7344 - Conductive Cooling of Electronics
    • This course reviews of the fundamentals of conduction heat transfer, followed by application to the conductive cooling of electronics. Special topics in conductive cooling, such as contact conductance, interface thermal resistance, heat spreaders, thermal interface materials, phase change materials, and thermoelectric devices
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Packaging Electives (continued)
  • ME 7346 - Application of Computational Techniques to the Mechanical and Thermal Design of Electronic Systems
    • This course focuses on the utilization of CAD tools to develop mechanical and thermal models of electronic systems and to design elements of these systems
  • ME 7348 - Thermal, Fluid, and Mechanical Measurements in Electronics
    • This course covers all methods of experimental measurements used in the design and testing of electronic systems. In addition, proper experimental procedures will be discussed
  • ME 7359 - Analysis and Design of Optoelectronic Packaging
    • This course will cover optical fiber interconnections, packaging for high-density optical back planes, selection of fiber technologies; semi-conductor laser and optical amplifier packaging, optical characteristics and requirements, optical alignment, and packaging
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Packaging Electives (continued)
  • ME 7360 - Electronic Product Design and Reliability
    • This course will investigate the failures, failure modes, and failure mechanisms in electronic systems, including failure detection, environmental stress tests, and failure analysis.
    • In addition, this course will cover temperature as a reliability factor and provide an overview of high temperature electronics, the use of silicon devices at high temperatures, and the selection of passive devices for use at high temperatures.
  • ME 5/7363 - Electronic Manufacturing Technology
    • This course covers an introduction to the electronics manufacturing industry, electronic components, interconnections, printed wiring boards, soldering and solderability, automated assembly, including leaded component insertion and surface mount device placement
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