Master projects/internships - Brussel | More than two weeks ago
Explore the latest developments in micro-display technology, including defect inspection techniques, and gain hands-on experience with micro-display structures
The demand for microLED technology, particularly in the virtual reality market, has driven the need for precise defect inspection. This project aims to develop an advanced Fourier Ptychographic Microscope (FPM) system for detecting defects in micro-LEDs. The FPM uses innovative phase retrieval algorithms to reconstruct 3D objects with sub-micron resolution and a wide field of view, achieved through the use of large-FOV & small-NA objective lenses. This provides an alternative to traditional microscopes that may struggle to detect specific defects or are slow in high-volume manufacturing.
The primary goal of this project is to demonstrate the effectiveness of the FPM for defect inspection of microLEDs. The candidate will be responsible for fabricating samples to create defect models on micropatterns, conducting defect inspection experiments using the in-house FPM, categorizing the defects to support machine learning studies, and improving the FPM's inspection capabilities.
Type of Project: Combination of internship and thesis
Master's degree: Master of Engineering Technology; Master of Science; Master of Engineering Science
Duration: 6 months, starting around July - Aug 2023
Master program: Chemistry/Chemical Engineering; Materials Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Nanoscience & Nanotechnology; Physics
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A 6-months internship allowance will be provided.