Invest in the Success of Students, Faculty and Programs
Endowing Microelectronics Professorship
Associate professor Wolfgang Fink – an AIMBE fellow, UA College of Engineering da Vinci Fellow and IEEE senior member with more than 221 publications to his credit – in 2009 became the inaugural recipient of the Edward and Marie Keonjian Distinguished Professorship in Microelectronics, a title he still holds today.I am very enthusiastic about joining the University of Arizona with its multitude of research, collaborative and educational opportunities to pursue and expand my various research interests.
Facilitating Campus Cleanroom
A class 10 certified cleanroom facility in ECE’s Micro/Nano Fabrication Center was made possible through funds from an Intel-UA College of Engineering program in materials science and engineering. It benefits many ECE students, such as former PhD student Jivaan Kishore.Not many universities offer such a comprehensive training program with respect to semiconductor processing.
Supporting da Vinci Scholars
ECE students Seth Werly and David Malboeuf were among 10 da Vinci Student Scholars in 2017. Using unrestricted funds administered by Dean Jeff Goldberg, the scholarships are awarded annually to exceptional students in the College of Engineering.As a member of the da Vinci Circle, you will partner with us to fulfill our vision of becoming a global leader in technology innovation.