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Vertical phoNonic devices in logic platforms

PhD - Leuven | More than two weeks ago

Let's further scale resonant body transistors through truly-3D integration in novel ultra-scaled technologies and nodes

Required background: Physics, nano-engineering, electrical engineering

Type of work: 60% modeling/simulation, 30% experimental, 10% literature

Supervisor: Piet Wambacq

Co-supervisor: Xavier Rottenberg

Daily advisor: Jan Genoe

The reference code for this position is 2024-028. Mention this reference code on your application form.

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