In the Laboratory of Electronic Components, Technology and Materials (ECTM) of the Department of Microelectronics and Computer Engineering nationally and internationally recognized research and development is carried out in the field of silicon technology. Currently the most important application area's are Organ-on-Cip and Microsystems/MEMS Technology, Flexible and Strechable Electronics, and micro/nano System Integration and Reliability.
Two Assistant Professor positions in digital design
High-speed communcation; Ultra-low-power for biomedical applications
Solid Mechanics in Microelectronics Applications
LCE material and technology for medical applications
PhD vacancy in EU iRel4.0 project
Postdoc vacancy for ECSEL JU "Moore4Medical"
A position for a talented and highly motivated Post-Doc with a special
interest in biomedical engineering, sensor systems, microphysiological systems (Organ-on-Chip), electrochemistry and electrophysiology.
The goal is to realize and functionalise a multi-well plate for organ-on-chip applications.
Fundamentals of backside metals system for 5G RF power modules
PhD position on in-vehicle health monitoring in EU project ArchitectECA2030