Thesis, internship, and post-doc opportunities
Integrated microfluidic characterization device for the study of complex fluids
Offer N°: SL-DSM-15-0855
This research project takes place in the framework of the European Research Council (ERC Advanced) funding grant REE-CYCLE (for Rare Earth Element reCYCling with Low harmful Emissions). It aims at developing more environmentally friendly processes, and could therefore have a huge societal, economic and environmental impact at a global level.
Investigation of innovative transistor architecture for sub-7nm CMOS
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-0816
The context of the thesis concerns the main topics of micro-nanoelectronics and the understanding of the physics involved in nano-transistors beyond 7nm node. This means to study devices with gate length below 10nm with three main challenges:
-Electrostatic control of CMOS transistors which determines the static and dynamic power consumption
-Performance related to the tradeoff between ON state current and parasitic capacitances
-Variability control for logic
Strain germanium and germanium tin alloy for laser light emission
Offer N°: SL-DSM-15-0798
We propose to explore the optical properties of nano and micro- objects made of germanium to evaluate their potential as an optical gain material.
Development of microbatteries with low internal resistance
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-0147
Lithium microbatteries are developed at LMBE (Laboratory of Micro-Batteries Embedded) in a common laboratory between ST microelectronics and the CEA/LETI/DCOS. Microbatteries consist of a stack of thin films made by Physical Vapor Deposition: current collector, cathode, electrolyte, anode and encapsulation. The whole stack is developed at the laboratory from current collector until encapsulation of the final product.