The MNE group focuses its activity on future electronic devices that make it possible to push forward the frontiers of Silicon microelectronics and to add new functions to integrated circuits. Our research is based on close combination of experimental and theoretical approaches.
The RF and Millimeter-wave group is composed of 6 Professors and 7 Assistant Professors, between 15 and 20 PhD students and up to 3 Post-doc researchers. 4 to 5 MSc students also stay each year between four to five months within the group for their internship.
In the PHOTO department, we pursue researches in photonics (from visible to far infrared) from the physics of the device up to the whole system.
Although mainly experimental, these researches include also electromagnetic models, technological developments and phenomenological approaches that constitute the base on which innovative devices are developed. The results of these researches lead to important technology transfers towards start up and spin off of the laboratory.
Our research activities concern the three following axes :