Ultrasonic Micro-transducers : High resolution c-MUTS
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-0622
Capacitively actuated ultrasonic transducers (c-MUTS) are focusing the attention of R&D labs of major international companies. The applicative field for this type of MEMS is highly increasing especially in the biomedical and health domain, for cellular diagnosis and targeted medical treatment.
MEMS/NEMS sensors in liquid for biologcial or chemical applications
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-0710
Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems are nowadays key players in various industrial fields. There is currently a strong need for MEMS/NEMS solutions enabling rapid detection of trace amounts of biochemical compounds inside a liquid sample. MEMS/NEMS operation inside a liquid media imply a very particular set of constraints. Therefore the previously developed solutions for MEMS/NEMS sensors in air cannot be generalized to sensing in liquid media.
Etch Process developement for sub 10nm FEOL applications
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-0706
For the 10nm CMOS technology and beyond, 3D Si or SiGe nanowire devices are envisionned. Plasma etching plays a key role in the fabrication of these high performance devices but we are facing more complexity and atomistic scale dimension control. There is a need to develop processes meeting technology requirements: 2D and 3D profile control and film integrity with an atomic precision. The LETI just got a new etch tool allowing to solve these issues.
Time Domain Analogue and RF Signal Processing to cope with Advanced CMOS design challenges
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-0520
This Ph.D. Thesis is focused in the research of new integrated circuits using the time and other temporal variables, such as the phase, for representing analog and RF signals in combination with advanced CMOS devices(FinFET, FDSOI)for emerging application requiring ultra-low power consumption for the Internet of things and sensor networks applications.