Plasma chemistry modeling in a capacitively coupled plasma used for microelectronics applications. University of Antwerp
Computer modelling of plasmas used for etching applications in the microelectronics industry (postdoc.beurs S. ZHAO, China). University of Antwerp
Computer modeling and experimental validation for plasmas used for etching in the microelectronics industry. University of Antwerp
Modeling of the plasma chemistry in CHxFy based gas mixtures for microelectronics applications. University of Antwerp
Numerical simulations of plasmas and their surface processes, used for microelectronics applications. University of Antwerp
Theoretical and experimental investigation of thermal AC analyses with applications in microelectronics Ghent University
The use of AC heat sources, who are varying sinusoidally in function of time, will be analysed. A first application is dealing with the spatial distribution of the heat transfer coefficient through the use of phase measurements. A second application involves the introduction of a fluctuating heat source in a focal plane array thermographic camera.
Chips at the heart of application demonstrators: MICAS exploring new valorization horizons. KU Leuven
Electronics has become an essential part of our society. This is mainly thanks to the continuous improvement of semiconductor technologies. Today, nanotechnologies allow designers and engineers to build and develop highly complex systems and chips for a plethora of applications. The research on such novel electronic circuits, integrated in a nanotechnology, requires validation by fabricating and testing the designed chips. This prototype ...
Micro‐electronics for micro‐biology KU Leuven
Life is all about electricity. Certain species of living cells are capable of directly exchange electrons with the surrounding for their metabolism. This remarkable feature of nature has recently gained much attention as a key link for achieving a true circular economy. Indeed, these so‐called bioelectrochemical systems where electricity is supplied to the cells via solid state electrodes and circuitry result in many novel but more ...