120 ECTS; 2 years (4 semesters)
The Master degree in Micro and Nanotechnology Engineering (MEMN) aims to launch Masters into the labor market with a solid scientific background capable of helping companies to face the challenges of global competitiveness in the areas of Micro and Nanotechnologies.
It is intended to generate skills in disruptive and innovative areas of knowledge, linked to the Excellence of Scientific Research, through:
Provision of skills and knowledge in the area of Microelectronics and Nanotechnologies; solid multidisciplinary scientific training in the areas of Electronics, Mathematics and Physics and Chemistry as well as Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation; Solid and multidisciplinary training in Technologies of micro and nano manufacturing and applications of nanomaterials in Life Sciences, Biotechnology, Micro / Nano-electronics; Encouraging creativity and problem solving; Fostering teamwork, leadership and entrepreneurship skills.
MEMN has the support of the CENIMAT / I3N Research Center, which has great international recognition and where it is a leader in areas such as transparent electronics; electronic paper; nanotechnologies applied to electronics; processing of nano devices; Photovoltaic Solar Cells; Intelligent nanomaterials and nanobiosensors.
The graduates of the Micro and Nanotechnologies Master degree have professional opportunities in the global market, with a main focus on the European market in areas linked to cutting-edge technologies, with a strong component of leadership and entrepreneurship based on scientific research. Examples include Navigator, Microsoft, the automotive industry, the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry, the microelectronics industry and research laboratories such as I3N, INL and AlmaScience.
Any Scientific Area
Microelectronics: Systems andDevices
Microelectrónics: Project and Simulation
Quality Planning and Control
Unrestricted Elective B
Caracterization of Nanostructures and Nanofabrication
Initiation to Dissertation
Unrestricted Elective B
Dissertation in Micro and Nanotechnologies Engineering
1st and 2nd Year - Option Group A, B, C and D - (1st semester)
Recording Electronic Information
Sensors: Materials and Applications
Smart Materials and Systems
Materials Mesomorphs and Applications
Paper and Cellulosic Materials
Foams and Cellular Materials
Digital Systems Design
Nanocircuits and Analog Systems
Cell Biology C
Cell and Tissue Engineering
Medical Image Processing
Photovoltaic Energy: Materials and Applications
1st Year - Option Group E - 2nd Semester
Materials and Technologies for Displays
Surface Degradation and Protection
Materials for Energy
Computational Modelling of Materials
EDA/CAD for Nanoelectronics
Electronics for Biomedical Micro Systems and Multimedia
Electronics Low Voltage and Power Management
Advanced Topicsin Digital Image Processing
Renewable Energy Technology
Advanced Programing for Data Science and Engineering
Medical Image Processing
1st Year - Option Group F – 2nd Semester
Macroeconomics and Globalization
Sociology of Organizations
Sociology of New Information Technologies
Finance for Entrepreneurs
José Rui Silva (alumnus), working at SRON
Before going to college, I wasn't sure what I wanted to follow, undecided between areas such as aerospace, biotechnology and nanotechnology, I ended up applying for these options and ended up entering Micro and Nanotechnology Engineering in 2011. Although I was not my first choice I quickly realized that i ended up in the best possible place, and today, taking a doctorate in Instrumentation for Space I feel that the course was the perfect choice in my academic path.
The course offers an excellent coverage of the most varied areas related to nanotechnology, ranging from materials to microelectronics, covering instrumentation techniques so critical for the study and manipulation of this tiny scale of matter, passing through biomaterials and biosensors, among many other topics. I felt above all that I left the course with an excellent and extensive knowledge base on what is done in nanotechnology allowing me a more informed choice of the career I wanted to follow. To add to this during our academic path we had the honor of being taught by professors and researchers of international renown as well as conducting experiments using equipment at the forefront of technology, giving us a glimpse of what and working at the nanoscale.
NOVA School of Science and Technology is also a faculty that welcomes and welcomes us with open arms, in an environment of companionship and mutual assistance, giving us all the conditions that allow us to explore and enhance the best of us. With an academic profile that stands out from the rest of the country through the introduction of the intermediate profile, a quarter between semesters, which complements our teaching through soft skills, internships and experiences related to entrepreneurship.
All of this contributed to the fact that today I am working on an instrumentation project for Space, where I am responsible for the development of the cameras that will be used in NASA's GUSTO telescope where I end up combining two great passions of mine, Space and Nanotechnology. Although in this work I have to learn many new things, I feel that what I learned over the 5 years in the course allowed me to quickly adapt and capture the necessary knowledge for the demands presented.
Portuguese students: 1500 €/year
Foreign students: 7000 €/year
|Phase||Date||Comunicação de resultados|
|1st Phase||17th to 28th february 2021|
|2nd Phase||18th june to 22nd july 2021|
Until 27th july
30th august to 15th september
Until 20th september
Acceptance rate in masters
Accepted applicants will have to pay (within a maximum of 7 consecutive days from the date of placement) a non-refundable rate of 100 euros, which will be deducted, after registration, from the total tuition fee. Any payment made after the deadline will not be refunded, leaving the candidate excluded.
Vacancies for 2021/2022:
Professor Hugo Águas
Registration number R/A-Cr 201/2021 on 24/06/2021
Publication date of the accreditation decision: 25/05/2021
Period of validity of the accreditation:
6 years from 31/07/2021
The Department of Materials Science (DCM), NOVA School of Science and Technology, was the first to be created nationally in 1976 at the initiative of its first president, Prof. Leopoldo Guimarães. The initial aim was to create university extension courses in the field of materials leading to the creation of a root degree covering a wide range of scientific areas, including metallurgy, semiconductor materials, polymeric materials and mesomorph, ceramic materials and crystals, crystal chemistry and quality control.
Since then the Department of Materials Science has grown and diversified its activities, mainly due to the efforts of its faculty and staff, embodied in a large number of projects (academic and industrial) funded by National, European and International authorities. This allowed its modern adaptation to new technologies, providing for such a unique laboratory infrastructure in Portugal, for teaching and research, internationally recognized and that has allowed to form Material Science Engineers of high scientific quality , able to respond to current society's demands.More info