Enhancing task scheduling for real-time systems using profiling information
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-0521
In embedded real-time systems, the scheduler plays a central role as it is responsible of the fulfillment of the temporal deadlines that the tasks of an application are subject to, but also of the achievable performances resulting from the effectiveness of its implementation with respect to the underlying hardware architecture.
Study of the surface preparation of III-V and Ge materials with the aim of their integration in the sub 7 nm CMOS transistors
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-1002
Continued performance scaling of silicon MOS transistors meets immense challenges at sub-10 nm. Therefore, scaling-free technologies are now strongly needed to achieve further improvement of CMOS devices. A number of non-silicon channel materials have been considered for advanced CMOS devices such as SiGe or Ge (PMOS) as well as various III-V materials combinations including InGaAs, GaAs, InAs (NMOS).
Wearable sensor data fusion for human stress estimation
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-0717
Stress is a normal reaction to external constraints. A reaction too much important or lasting too long can lead to physical or mental disorders. Measuring stress level of a person wearing sensors could help to detect too high or long stress levels and act consequently in order to prevent the emergence of associated troubles. Recent works show that it is possible to link non-invasive physiological measures with several stress levels induced in laboratory conditions.
Development of a new interformetric microscopy for the 3d imaging of biological 3d complexes structures
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-0504
Our laboratory develops unconventional microscopy techniques like lensless and interferometric microscopy. The subject of this thesis is to extend a previous work dedicated to microbiology to more complex structures like cells network and skin tissues. During this thesis, the student will further develop the instrument and the processing method to provide true 3D images without specimen labelling.