Thesis, internship, and post-doc opportunities
RF magnetometer for magnetic resonance imaging in a weak magnetic field
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0866
CEA-LETI's has a long-standing expertise in the field of Helium optically-pumped magnetometers. In the frame of the space project SWARM carried out in collaboration with CNES and ESA, space-qualified atomic magnetometers (TRL8) were designed, realized and characterized. These magnetometers launched in 2013 and dedicated to the measurement of the Earth's magnetic field are based on the paramagnetic resonance of helium 4 atoms (in a gaseous state).
In situ monitoring of the growth and optimization of 2D materials using synchrotron X-ray
Offer N°: SL-DSM-16-0847
Two-dimensional materials are of highly significant interest for many applications in nano-opto-electronics. Graphene is the prototype of this material family however the absence of gap limits its potential applications e.g. for making transistors logic field effect. Recently transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) have emerged in the growing field of 2D materials and give rise to a new area of research.
Adaptive Electronic Interface for Wideband Vibration Energy Harvesting.
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0829
The main objective of the thesis is to study and develop a smart interface circuit for wideband vibration energy harvesting. An ultra-low power integrated power management circuit will be designed to online adjust the harvester to the surrounding vibration characteristics.
Embedded speed estimation/prediction filter on an embedded platform fusing multiple range sensors outputs
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0821
In the context of autonomous vehicles, the environment is perceived thanks to multiple range sensors. The perception aims at localizing the position of potential obstacles. The objective of this thesis is to propose an embedded method for the estimation of the velocity of these obstacles in order to allow their avoidance