Nano characterization of switching mechanism in HfO2-based oxide resistive memories
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0121
Resistive-Switching Random Access Memories based on oxide as switching element (OxRAM), are considered as one of the most promising candidates for replacing or complementing current non-volatile memories, based on FLASH, in next memory generations. Indeed, they have two key advantages compared with the standard FLASH memories which are on one hand a simple integration using existing CMOS fab technology, and on the other hand the low-power/low-energy for the write/erase operations.
Multi-Layers Time Resolved Tomography for exploration of biological tissue in depth.
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0733
A new endogenous optical probe has been designed by the lab LISA-CEA LETI to characterize the optical properties of biological tissues up to 2cm in depth. In a clinical context, the functional analysis of this signal in depth is confronted to 2 main difficulties: (i) the superficial layers of the tissues may change the propagation of the photons in the medium (ii) there is a difficulty to separate the signal coming from the deep layers and the superficial ones.
Contribution to miniature antennas development with sensing functions
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0714
The Ambient Intelligence is a key concept for the development of future information and communication systems. It is based primarily on a new class of communicating sensors in development for several years. These communicating nodes are generally able to interact with their environment by sensing or controlling physical parameters.
New paradigms for image aquisition and associated embedded processing for future nanometric SoC
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0126
the aim of this PhD is to revisit the images acquisition to make it robust and scalable in nanoscale technologies (such as 28nm FDSOI) by coupling new modes of image capture along with integrated co-processing, to fully exploit the integration density and processing capabilities offered by these future nodes.