The electromigration drift velocity of Al in Al(3wt.% Si), Al(2wt.%Cu), and Al(2wt.%Cu,3wt.%Si) was measured in a temperature range 133 to 220 °C with current densities of 1.0 to 1.5×106A/cm2. In Al(3wt.% Si), a significant Al depletion at the cathode end and accumulation at the anode end of stripe were observed within a few hours at 1.5×106A/cm2 and 200°C. In addition, local hillocks and voids along the metal lines were observed. For Al(Cu,Si), the Al drift velocity was slowed down by Cu addition. The majority of hillocks started to grow at a distance about 6 μm away from the cathode end with current density of 1.5×106 A/cm2. The drift velocity of Al in Al(Cu,Si) was found to be a function of time starting with an initial low value and increasing to a an final steady-state value. The behavior was attributed to the migration of Cu and dissolution of Al2Cu precipitates. The activation energies of the depletion 3 Aμm of Al(2%,Cu, 3%Si) was determined to be 0.90±02 eV. The dissolution and growth of A12Cu in the tested samples of Ti/Al(2%Cu)/Ti/TiN were observed using the scanning electron microscope and an electron microprobe.