Thesis, internship, and post-doc opportunities
Cache-aware multiprocessor real-time scheduling for embedded systems
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0247
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.
Doping of III-V semiconductors by low temperature MOCVD for sub-14nm transistors
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-1106
The thesis' objectives consist in studying the n-type and p-type doping of III-V semiconductors by mean of low temperature MOCVD. Both blanket 300 mm diameter silicon substrates and patterned ones will be used. Such doped layers are predicted to be integrated in future advanced MOSFETs. First, n-type doping af a blanket III-V semiconductor layer will be studied.
Nanosized lanthanide-based supramolecular architectures: understanding, control and application to luminescent materials
Offer N°: SL-DSM-14-0354
The assembly of sophisticated molecular architectures containing lanthanide ions and organic/inorganic cromophores allows the combination of a nanoscopic size with the magnetic or optical properties of the metals leading to interesting new materials.
frequency agility technique for wideband antenna miniaturization
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0986
The miniaturization of wideband antennas is a major scientific challenge. This miniaturization proves very difficult especially when one wants to design directional antennas to overcome the satellite structure effect that supports them . A solution that can enable miniaturization of wideband antennas consists in introducing frequency/impedance agility of the antenna to make it "multi-band".