Microelectronics global diffusion through education

@article{Ekekwe2009MicroelectronicsGD,
  title={Microelectronics global diffusion through education},
  author={Ndubuisi Ekekwe and Agu Collins Agu and Chinweike Ekekwe},
  journal={2009 IEEE International Conference on Microelectronic Systems Education},
  year={2009},
  pages={104-107}
}
In our contemporary scientific and engineering scene, one of the most dominant and pervasive technologies is the microelectronics technology. It influences all aspects of modern commerce and industries through its capacities to enable applications that enhance speed, capacity and performance. It remains the engine that transforms nations into knowledge economies. Yet, it is not globally diffused. The technology creation is concentrated in developed nations, while many developing and emerging… 
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