Multimodal lensless microscopy for biomedical applications
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0512
The development of miniaturized and high performance CMOS-sensors allowed the emergence of new imaging methods, called “on-chip” microscopy. These methods, generally based on shadow imaging or in-line holography, use simplified and robust instrumentation, and allow to address applications in "point of care" or in resource limited or hostile environments.
Connection of three-dimensional assemblies under extreme conditions: refractory materials studies
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0505
Electronic components in extreme conditions of realization and / or use (high temperature processes, electrical stress ...) are prominent in various fields of applications such as avionics, automotive or the management of electricity distribution networks. These extreme conditions make obsolete the use of transition metal layers commonly used in bonding metal: Copper, Gold, Titanium, eutectic compounds ...
SPAD for High resolution depthmap
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0908
SPAD (Single Photon Avalanche Diode) is the more accurate TOF (Time Of Flight) distance measurement. Some specific issues appear when SPADs are used in matrix to get a depthmap of the scene: sensitivity, compactness, internal speed and integration density are of major concern. Existing SPAD matrix do not allow a large diffusion, although the need is great to improve embedded image treatment efficiency.
Build auto-optimizing libraries for High Performance Computing
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-1028
The PhD objective will be to invent a methodology allow to build compute intensive library able to adapt statically to new architectures and dynamically to usage conditions. The context thesis will be between compilation, computer architecture and applied mathematics.