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Sunday, June 14, 2020

#436 Remote college education

Because of the changes extorted by COVID-19, college education is forced to move, at least partially, toward remote learning, with no direct, personal-interactions with university professors and facilities (laboratories).  


While the remote learning may work for some majors, it will definitely not work for the engineering majors. Simply, there cannot be college-level education in the engineering without some kind of the hands-on experiences in the universities’ labs. Certainly not in the case of semiconductor materials/devices engineering. Obvious, but still worth stressing over and over again…

Posted by Jerzy Ruzyllo at 04:58 PM | Semiconductors | Link is a personal blog of Jerzy Ruzyllo. He is Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Penn State University. With over forty years' experience in academic research and teaching in semiconductor engineering he has a unique perspective on the developments in this technical domain and enjoys blogging about it.

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