Cross regional joint project in the Erasmus+ Framework
Development of two cycle innovative curricula in microelectronic engineering
Vision and Participants outline
The main purpose of DOCMEN is the modernisation of academic curricula in the field of microelectronics by developing innovative courses and methodologies using ECTS, the three cycle system and the recognition of degrees.
DOCMEN aims at a curricula reform in study courses related to microelectronics of higher educational institutions in the partner countries Armenia, Israel, Kazakhstan.
This goal is achieved through the cooperation of the partner countries with European partners and industrial project participants.
Academia & industry focused
Main project contributions
New and revised courses have been developed and implemented for a sustainable academic and professional landscape in the microelectronics industry of the partner countries.
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Individual students, lecturers and researchers
Industry staff/management & higher education administrative staff
This page lists the developed modules implemented by the partner universities. Links are provided to facilitate the contact to individual universities for fellow academics and potential future students interested in admission.
For cooperation opportunities between individual partner universities and external universities or (local) businesses (e.g. placement/job offers, common R&D projects), feel free to reach out to the provided contact persons directly.
Teaching material containing courses developed withing the DOCMEN project in fields related to microelectronics and transferable skills. The files are available for download and the access password can be requested through the contact form.
This framework offers a broader cooperation opportunity for external universities and companies with the consortium under the DOCMEN umbrella. DOCMEN Plus aims at the dissemination, implementation and further development of the results of the project.