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August 07 2019

Embedded perception system for real time 4D scene analysis

With the growing number of autonomous systems the needs of environment perceptions explode in the embedded systems. These systems integrate a wide variety of sensors and of perception functions. They often model the near environment with a collection of mostly independent specific functions. The goal of this work is to design a new embedded perception […] >>

July 15 2019

Adaptive CMOS Image Sensor for smart vision systems

The aim of this thesis is to explore new kind of smart vision sensor architectures using for enhance the sensor reactivity and for simplify the image processing. The studied vision system will use new 3D microelectronic technologies from CEA-leti. These technologies are capable to stack several integrated circuits. The main advantage is to propose a […] >>

July 15 2019

SPAD Imager for HDR ToF using multimodal data fusion

Depth sensors are currently a very high trending topic. Indeed, in the fields of autonomous vehicles, portable electronic devices and the Internet of Things, new technology enablers now tend to provide handy 3D image data for future innovative end-user applications. There is a great diversity of 3D sensor types, either using passive imaging (depth from […] >>

July 15 2019

Core-shell perovskite nanocrystals for photovoltaic applications

Halogenated perovskite materials have recently created a sensation in the field of photovoltaics and other optoelectronic applications because of the very high efficiencies obtained. Colloidal nanocrystals (NCs) of the perovskites have very recently attracted a lot of attention because of their unique optical properties, very high quantum yields and simple synthesis. The use of the […] >>

July 15 2019

Superconductor / Semiconductor hybrid nanostructures based on Germanium for quantum information

Holes in germanium have the advantage to possess a strong spin-orbit coupling enabling fast electrical control of their spin. In addition, p-type germanium has the tendency to form low-Schottky-barrier contacts with several metals, including superconducting ones. This opens the opportunity to realize novel hybrid superconductor-semiconductor devices relying on the superconducting proximity effect in germanium. The […] >>
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