Thesis, internship, and post-doc opportunities
In-operando characterization of advanced devices by photoelectron spectroscopy
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-0473
Recent technological developments make possible real-time characterization of devices in operating conditions. This analysis is of upmost importance since it will allow a better understanding of the physico-chemical mechanisms that take place when applying an external stress, such as thermal (inter-diffusions), electrical (creation of conductive paths) or chemical ones.
Study of inter-pixel surface states for semiconductor X-ray detectors
Offer N°: SL-DRT-15-0373
As part of its activities in medical imaging, LETI has developed over several years a new technology of detectors based on CdTe/CdZnTe semiconductor material, in order to offer new performance X-ray and gamma-ray imaging for different applications like radiology, CT scanner, gamma-camera, and non-destructive testing. The first prototypes have shown an interest in improving image quality and dose reduction.
Modeling of new spintronic devices: magnetic memories based on circular cross-section wire arrays
Offer N°: SL-DSM-15-0361
Spin based electronics (spintronics) exploits mutual interaction between magnetic media and electron spins in order to create new functional devices (for example, for mobile phone antenna or magnetic memories applications). The development of such devices requests a lot of modeling in order to analyze the experimental data and predict optimal working conditions.
Modeling of spintronics phenomena in magnetic nanostructures
Offer N°: SL-DSM-15-0340
The ultrafast dynamics of the magnetization in magnetic nanostructures is a key factor for designing new miniaturized electronic devices (e.g. magnetic memories, integrated microwave components, magnetic logic gates,…). To build the active part, concepts such as spin transfer torque or spin-orbit torques are intensively studied experimentally.