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December 05 2019

Point-of-Care medical device development for high sensitivity multiplexed detection of blood biomarkers for health care management of cardiac patients

Health systems must adapt to new societal and economic constraints that constitute an important challenge to address for the health of tomorrow. In this context, the development of Point-of-Care (POC) devices to carry out in vitro analyses provide valuable assistance to the decision-making of the practitioner for the diagnosis and/or prognosis of the disease. In […] >>

December 05 2019

Optomechanical reference oscillators

Clocks (reference oscillators) are ubiquitous elements in electronic circuits. The arrival of new technologies such as 5G or autonomous vehicles requires a level of performance that is not attainable by commercial clock technologies. One of the most promising routes to improve performance is the development of clocks based on micro-electromechanical (MEMS) resonators at high frequency […] >>

December 05 2019

Antimicrobial functionalization of nanostructures by initiated Chemical Vapor Deposition

The production of antimicrobial and antibiofouling surfaces without antibiotics or nanoparticles is still a challenge despite the needs of a growing number of applications, particularly in the hospital field and more specifically for implanted medical devices. The number of patients infected each year with nosocomial diseases is still too high and infections related to implanted […] >>

December 05 2019

Lensless imaging and artificial intelligence for rapid diagnosis of infections

The objective of the thesis is to develop a portable technology for pathogen identification. Indeed, in a context of spread of medical deserts and resurgence of antibiotic-resistant infections, it is urgent to develop innovative techniques for rapid diagnosis of infections in isolated regions. Among optical techniques for pathogen identification, lens free imaging methods draws attention […] >>

December 05 2019

Study of Vertical GaN Device Architectures

LETI is currently transferring an AlGaN/GaN epitaxy-based power device technology on 200mm Silicon wafers to a well-established industrial partner in the field of power devices (Silicon, SiC,…) Current GaN transistor technologies that are available on the market have a lateral architecture. They allow to render electric power conversion circuits up to the several 10 kilowatt […] >>
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