Maryline Bawedin joins IMEP-LAHC
Categorie(s) : Life @ MINATEC, MINATEC, News, Research
Published : 30 November 2014
Maryline Bawedin, an expert in characterizing and modelling advanced CMOS components, has joined IMEP-LAHC as lecturer. She had previously completed her Ph.D. dissertation there, following degrees from Liege and Louvain Universities in Belgium. She later completed post doctorate studies at Cambridge before moving on to a position at the University of Montpellier, where she stayed for four years.
Bawedin has been assigned to a project on SOI-based DRAM volatile memory, which uses a transistor only rather than a transistor and capacitor. And, under the EU Minos project, she will also investigate the ultimate limits of miniaturization for CMOS-on-SOI components at the 10 nm node. IMEP-LAHC is home to a complete range of characterization equipment that will be useful in this research.