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Hardware virtualization of Input-Output Peripherals in micro-servers for Big-Data applications.

Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0498

Start date: 1 Sep 2014

Massively parallel computer servers have experienced strong growth since the 70s. Initially dedicated to high performance computing (Cray and CDC Super Computers) and telecommunications (first e-mail computer servers in 1975), many servers are nowadays used for the storage and processing of information (eg. Google, Facebook ...). With the increase in size of these servers, power consumption has become a major concern.



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Sub 100 nm resolution 3D Imprinting/patterning process development for microelectronics, MEMS and optoelectronics applications

Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0607

Start date: 1 Sep 2014

NanoImprint Lithography, based on the use of a nanopatterned stamp, has been developed to 2D or advantageously 3D (discrete or analog) patterns within polymer layer. Transferring these patterns within the underlying active layer or substrate without affecting the exact shapes and dimensions remains still challenging. During this thesis, a disruptive approach, based on localized plasma treatment, will be investigated to perform such transfer.



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3D Video Lensfree Microscopy of 3D culture of cells

Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0464

Start date: 1 Sep 2014

The passage of the cell culture monolayers (2D) to three-dimensional cultures (3D) now allows us to study in vitro functions of living tissue. Video-microscopy without lens that we have developed for monitoring 2D culture of cells should be refined to fully extract the potentials that lie in 3D culture of cells. Work will focus on the experimental method, instrumentation and holographic 3D reconstruction algorithms.



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Acoustic trap micro fluidic realization for biological applications using thin film membranes

Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0571

Start date: 1 Aug 2014

In biology, it is a real challenge to be able to manipulate easily and without damage objects such as cells, bacteria and so forth. Indeed, most biological tasks (centrifugation, concentration, sorting...) rely on this capability. Acoustic waves are a very good candidate since ultrasound is a non-invasive technique, compatible and insensitive to electrical charges present in biological Medias.



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