Graduate students involved in microelectronics and microsystems research at the Ph.D. and M.A.Sc. levels shows relatively consistent numbers over the last few years.
About 75% of our graduates in 2000 are working in Canadian industry, have moved to academic appointments in Canada, or are continuing their education at Canadian universities. New or continuing students active in microelectronics and microsystems research at the end of 2000 include 61 M.A.Sc. and 26 Ph.D. candidates. In addition, about 950 undergraduate students are exposed to the microelectronics program at Toronto each year, through electronics, microelectronics, and VLSI-related courses; about sixty of these are involved in fourth-year theses where knowledge in these areas is applied to complete their projects.
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