Thesis, internship, and post-doc opportunities
Optical transmitter III-V epitaxial growth on Silicon
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0677
For over 25 years, the heart of telecom networks has become one of the fields of application of III-V components (InP_like and AsGa_like). This field is based on the IR wave transmission in optical fibers fed by III-V materials laser sources. For a dozen years a new technological route has been developed, Silicon-Photonics, which lowers manufacturing costs by increasing integration density (integrating 3D Wafer Level Packaging).
Development architected materials to improve healing
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0658
The department of technologies for biology and health (DTBS) CEA Grenoble (France) designs and develops medical devices for improving the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Presently, chronic wounds represent 500 000 burns of which 10 000 require hospitalization, 300 000 bedsores, 600 000 leg ulcers and 120 000 diabetic foot ulcers of which 10 000 require amputation. Considering the aging population and decreasing hospital stay, these trends are bound to increase.
Epitaxy of quaternary InGaAlN layers for high performace transitors
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0659
CEA is dedicated to working on Atomic and Alternative Energy, to advance clean technologies using science and technology. As part of these developments, CEA-LETI is developing high power transistors and low energy LEDs with several major companies. For high power transistors, the goal is to have components working at high voltage, and passing a current of up to 100A.
Design of microneedles (MN) based on biocompatible polymers for enhanced skin vaccinal delivery.
Offer N°: SL-DRT-16-0650
The Division of Technologies for Biology and Health Care in the CEA institute at Grenoble (France) designed new medical devices to improve diagnosis and treatment of patients. Transdermal delivery is generally well-liked by patients and allows the permeation of drugs across the skin and into the systemic circulation thus avoiding the hepatic-first pass effect observed during oral administration and the inconvenience of frequent parenteral administration.