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Excursion to Vaisala

MSc students at "Semiconductor Devices" course had a guest-lecture and factory visit at Vaisala

As part of the ongoing course "Semiconductor Devices", we took our students to Vaisala - a company that is known for its high quality environmental measurement devices, e.g. automatic weather stations with advanced humidity sensors. The students were familiarized with some of the company products in detail and afterwards they had a factory tour to see how the devices are being fabricated in clean room premises.

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