Thesis, internship, and post-doc opportunities
Non-volatile emerging technology-based asynchronous ASIC study and design for very low power application
Offer N°: SL-DSM-14-0293
The limits of conventional microelectronics are almost reached in CMOS technology. Several methods attempt to puch them further. The objective of this thesis is to investigate several tracks by combining several advantages of microelectronics, including advanced non-volatile memories such as MRAM (Magnetic Random Access Memory) technology, and type FD-SOI (Fully Depleted SOI Substrate ).
Propagation channel modelling for Mobile-to-Mobile wireless communications
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0625
The PhD thesis here proposed is in the field of channel propagation modeling for inter-vehicle and inter-objects wireless communications.
Modeling and dimensioning of hybrid dataflow and real time systems
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0312
The emergence of new applications mixinf both real-time tasks and computationally intensive "best effort" tasks such as the ADAS applications (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) or augmented-reality (e.g. Google Glass), has created new research issues in both modelling and execution levels. Indeed, an effective implementation of such applications requires the hybridization of formalisms and techniques for hard real-time with other more suitable to computationally intensive systems.
Study and design of innovative circuits exploiting the characteristics of new resistive memory technologies
Offer N°: SL-DRT-14-0308
The exponential increase in computing power and memory capacity leads to increasingly complex and data hungry applications. Since 2005, Intel has identified three major applications that are today at the heart of the most demanding systems in terms of computing and memory resources: data recognition, mining and synthesis.