A Way to Introduce Innovative Approach in the Field of Microelectronics and Nanotechnologies in the Chinese Education System
Keywords:innovation, higher education, microelectronics, practice and labworks
The innovation is more and more useful in order to develop new products such as the connecting objects. The field of microelectronics is particularly concerned by them since it combines the fast evolution of the technology, and their application to many domains. The educative system in China is mainly based on memorization of knowledge: the students are lacking of methodology, understanding and practice. In the same time, the pedagogy in higher education moves progressively towards a numerical approach. In this context, the main challenge is to give to the students, the methodology, the know-how, and thus an innovative behaviour. In this way, several suggestions are given: introduction of much more works on applications of the theoretical knowledge, training on the linking of knowledge, and improvement of the practice by laboratory works on dedicated platforms.
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