Contactless electronics under high-temperature and radiation exposures
Published : 8 February 2020
The objective is to design a new generation of contactless electronics to be robust to high-temperature and radiation expositions. Based on the recently introduced “contactless electronics” paradigm, the PhD student have to define new mechanical structures and electronics schemes to operate in harsh conditions and to offer analog- and digital-operations. This study is based on a complete breakthrough proposal compared to the classical transistor-based electronics to overcome the inherent physical limit of transistor at high-temperature. The PhD student will propose, model and simulate electro-mechanical micro fabricated structures to validate the theoretical principle recently announced by some senior-scientists in our laboratory. The project involves multi-disciplinary study including microelectronics, electromechanical MEMS devices, solid-state physics and gives an excellent opportunity for PhD student to cover a large scientific scope.