​​​Electronic materials track​​

The rapid development of the high-tech industry in Israel and around the world has raised the need for materials engineers specializing in the electrical properties of materials and materials processing for microelectronics. To meet this ever-increasing need, the department has established a unique and unprecedented track that prepares graduates for this industry by acquiring the necessary knowledge.

The first two years of this track's degree focus on basic engineering science courses. From the third year, the specialization in the track begins through several core and elective courses that provide the necessary knowledge and enrich the students with tools relevant to the field. In addition, the curriculum includes unique laboratories for the track, which do not exist in parallel departments in Israel, with advanced and modern equipment for microelectronic device fabrication, such as thin film deposition and photolithography and device characterization.

​​Graduates of the program are employed in companies such as Intel, Applied Materials, TowerJazz, Vishay, SolarEdge, Orbotech, Elbit, Flextronics, and Motorola.

The course of study appears in the grade sheet and in the study printout but not in the graduate certificate