Thesis, internship, and post-doc opportunities
co-optimization of a bio-inspired image sensor and scene analysing technics
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0668
Artificial vision systems (camera(s) and processor(s)) have recognition capabilities well below those achieved by biological systems (eye - cortex). Moreover, biological systems are able to process information within a few milliseconds, which is still out of range of electronic systems, even though their electronic image sensors are far from achieving the resolution of human eyes (few dozen megapixel against more than one hundred million).
Electrical characterization and study of carrier transport in new generation transistors fabricated from III-V materials (InGaAs)
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0319
The topic of this thesis is related to the Research effort in more Moore domain to pursue CMOS technology nodes beyond 7nm.
Dual-channel radio-frequency reflectometry on coupled quantum dots and dopants in silicon
Offer N°: SL-DSM-16-0437
We design and fabricate silicon nanowire transistors in which transport at low temperature occurs through a single or two coupled dopants, or through the first electrons or holes of coupled quantum dots. We also built a dual-channel radio-frequency reflectometry setup which allows to probe very small changes in the charge state of these devices, including internal transitions between two dopants or dots which are not detectable by direct transport measurements.