[Seminar] Training and research activities of Microelectronics Center of Provence
The Microelectronics Center of Provence (CMP) is a Research and Education center of the École des Mines de Saint-Étienne, located in Gardanne between Aix-en-Provence and Marseilles. The CMP was created in 2003 at the heart of a major French microelectronics cluster (known as the cradle of smart card industry) which gathers leading manufacturers and designers of microelectronic devices and systems. From the beginning, the CMP has adopted a policy of strong partnerships with the smartcard industry, including large companies such as STMicroelectronics and Gemalto, as well as several innovative SMEs. Research is organized in four departments (including a joint team with CEA-Leti) covering domains of semiconductor manufacturing and logistics, digital security, flexible electronics, as well as emerging fields of bioelectronics and printed electronics. Georges Charpak Campus provides different types of graduate and post-graduate programs in electrical engineering to over 400 students (including 35 PhD students) in strong interaction with the research departments of CMP: ICM: Master’s degree in engineering and management (Smart Systems & Applications option). ISMIN: Master’s degree in microelectronics ISFEn: Continuing training program in microelectronics MINELEC: M.Sc. in micro/nanoelectronics, in partnership with Aix-Marseille University PhDs in Micro, Nano, Bio-electronics, Digital Security, Industrial Engineering and Operational Research.
- Computer sciences (design / mobility & security)
- Embedded electronics
- IC design
- Technologies for supply chains
문의: 민상렬 교수 (880~7047)