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RF Materials & Devices

MATRF

The department's themes range from the development of functional materials to the design and modeling of microwave devices. Its central topic is the modeling, design and integration of physical layers, components and functions for communication and detection systems (transmissions, sensors). The department's research activities, mainly focused on hardware electronics, complement those developed in the other poles of the Lab-STICC to study the whole communication chain (from sensor to knowledge: communicate, decide).

The organization of the department and the teams can be summarized by the figure below and underlines the continuum between the upstream phase of definition of a support structure (the material) to the development of its physical/mechanical/electrical properties in a high frequency context, to finally design the targeted functionality.

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The MatRF pole pools the skills of physicists, electronic engineers and electromagneticians and is able to take into account interdisciplinary issues, particularly useful for ICT concerns in general, but also in related fields. It is composed of two teams focused on materials and nanostructures (SMART and NSF) and one team focused on microwave devices (DH).

Teams
SMART
Smart Materials and Related Technologies

19 Researchers

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DH
Microwave Devices

46 Researchers

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NSF
Functional Nanostructures

7 Researchers

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Actualités
Les dernieres infos

Special session "Full-duplex communications for 5G & Beyond and IoT applications" - ATC Conference

SMART   DH   ASMP   CODES   COSYDE   SI3  

  As part of the UBO / IBNM chair of excellence CyberIoT on the physical layer security where the Lab-STICC and the LMBA are involved, a special session on "Full-duplex communications for 5G & Beyond and IoT applications" has been proposed at the Int…

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Offres
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PhD proposal: improvement of a mmW channel probe

DH  

Project context Trains are entering the era of full automation thanks to wireless systems shifting control functions from the human driver to computers. The objective in considering mmW is to improve the communication system adaptability for full bea…

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PhD position : HYbrid Quantum system: spin waves & microwave cAvities pRinted in 3D

NSF  

Over the past decade, quantum systems that provide new computing and detection capabilities have emerged. One such promising hybrid system involves the coherent interaction between microwave cavity photons and collective spin wave resonance (quantise…

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