A look into ASU’s microchip development program
With the U.S. pushing to advance its global position in the semiconductor and microchip manufacturing industry, ASU and the Fulton Schools are gearing up to support the national effort. More students are being trained in microchip engineering at the university’s research centers and laboratories equipped with some of the latest microchip design, development and production technologies. Zachary Holman, an associate professor of electrical, computer and energy engineering and director the Fulton Schools faculty entrepreneurship program, says students who master skills in these areas will have promising career prospects in many of the engineering professions. See related report.