Leti researcher wins Helmholtz International Fellow Award
Categorie(s) : Life @ MINATEC, News, Research
Published : 5 February 2018
Jean-Michel Hartmann, Director of Research at Leti, recently won the Helmholtz International Fellow Award in recognition of more than a decade of cooperation with German research institute ForschungsZentrum Jülich (FZJ) that has resulted in nearly 70 joint publications and numerous nanoelectronics and photonics research projects. Most notably, Leti supplied FZJ with multiple Si/SiGe stacks on silicon and SOI for the fabrication of field-effect and tunnel-effect transistors, as well as germanium sheets used as substrates for GeSn/SiGeSn heterostructures that enabled the fabrication of laser structures emitting in the mid-infrared range (2.5 µm–3.1 µm), for example.