Electrical Characterization and optimization of breakdown voltage for HEMTs power devices on GaN substrate
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0869
This PhD thesis is proposed in the context of the definition and the optimization of technologies for power devices on GaN substrate. Devices will be HEMTs transistors with GaN/AlGaN heterojunction. GaN material is promising for such technologies due to its high electron mobility and high level breakdown field.
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.
Sharing of compiled Java programs for low power cloud systems
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0743
The goal of this PhD is to revisit the relationship between a JVL and the compilation infrastructure in the context of cloud applications, in order to maximize the energy efficiency and minimize latency of the overall solution.
Innovative Confined Phase Change Memories targeting embedded Non Volatile Memory applications for the 28 nm node and beyond
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0100
In the framework of collaboration with STMicroelectronics, LETI is developing the next generation of embedded Phase Change Memories (PCM), which are thought to be able to overcome the limitations of standard embedded Non-Volatile Memories (eNVM) beyond the 28nm technology node. In this technology, the information is coded using the resistance level of the memory cell, which varies whether the Phase Change Materials is in the amorphous or the crystalline state.