Exploration of contact-less coupling technologies applied to wire network monitoring
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0538
Nowadays detection and localization of faults in wiring networks is done with the relectometry technology. The principle is to analyze reflections of RF signals injected into the wire via an ohmic connection to the conductor. However, for some applications, it is not possible to establish an electrical contact with the wires to be sensed. For such cases a contact-less solution will be required.
Low-loss Non-uniform Polarisation Splitting Fibre Couplers pour integrated receiver circuits
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0420
LETI is an internationally recognised R&D centre involved in the development of novel micro-electronic technology and architectures. Within this domain, LETI is a major contributor to the integration of optical functions on silicon.
Flexible piezoelectric transducers based on self-organised GaN nanowires
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0415
The aim of the PhD thesis is to design and fabricate piezoelectric transducers based on GaN nanowires obtained by directed growth and integrated into a flexible technology. The candidate will carry out studies on both the fundamental level – on the material – and the R&D level – on the effect of the mechanical deformation of the wires which will enable high performing device optimisation.
III-V material integration by layer transfer for 3D architectures
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0480
The Advanced Substrate Laboratory (LSA) is specialized in the development of innovative substrates and architectures and has an international reputation in this field. During the last 20 years, the laboratory has been developing innovative substrates in terms of materials and dimensions enabling key technological developments in electronics, radio frequency, optronics or photovoltaics.