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Les membres chercheurs du ReSMiQ sont à la recherche d’étudiants aux cycles supérieurs présentant un grand potentiel pour la recherche scientifique. Vont trouverez ici une liste de projets dirigés par les membres de notre centre.

Voir la liste de projets:

Master Thesis in packaging development for smart liquid cooling in microelectronics

Domaines:
Fabrication, intégration, prototypage & validation

The STREAMS project proposes an innovative and smart thermal management on the chip, using passive self-adaptive technologies on a liquid cooled interposer. A new packaging solution is required to integrate additional features (compact fluidic suppling up to the chip, sealing properties) cohabitating with the electronic interconnections. The present mandate is to develop, at the 3IT from Université de Sherbrooke, a complete chip packaging combining electric and microfluidic interconnections. For more details, please contact Pr. Luc Fréchette.

https://www.usherbrooke.ca/gmecanique/departement/corps-professoral/luc-frechette/

Chercheur: Luc G. Fréchette (Université de Sherbrooke)

luc.frechette@usherbrooke.ca

 

Machine learning and signal processing in ultrasound imaging

Domaines:
Algorithmes, architectures, synthèse & co-design
Traitement de signal

La description en français suit: This project involves using machine learning and signal processing techniques to improve the capabilities of ultrasound imaging for various medical applications. Ce projet implique l'utilisation de l'imagerie ultrasonore pour diverses applications médicales.

users.encs.concordia.ca/~hrivaz/

Chercheur: Hassan Rivaz (Université Concordia)

hrivaz@ece.concordia.ca

 

Post-doctorate in microfabrication processes for smart liquid cooling in microelectronics

Domaines:
Fabrication, intégration, prototypage & validation

The STREAMS project proposes an innovative and smart thermal management on the chip, using passive self-adaptive technologies on a liquid cooled interposer. In collaboration with French partners, this mandate is to implement a process flow for the microfabrication of an innovative smart cooling management for microelectronics. It takes place in a pre-industrial facility working with 200 mm wafers at C2MI Bromont or in a class-100 research cleanrooms at 3IT from Université de Sherbrooke. For more details, please contact Pr. Luc Fréchette.

https://www.usherbrooke.ca/gmecanique/departement/corps-professoral/luc-frechette/

Chercheur: Luc G. Fréchette (Université de Sherbrooke)

luc.frechette@usherbrooke.ca