Research Summaries: CNDN Designs Fabricated Through CMC in 2019-20

Research Summaries: CNDN Designs Fabricated Through CMC in 2019-20
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This document provides information about the research activities which have taken advantage of the fabrication services offered by CMC Microsystems during fiscal year 2019-20 (April 2019 - March 2020). It provides a view into the prototyping activities of researchers in Canadian post-secondary institutions – often in the context of applications and solving problems. 

Looking for an academic collaborator? If you are interested in the designs, we encourage you to contact the researchers directly, or CMC Microsystems, Pat Botsford.

Table of Contents

Micro- Nanoelectronics

  • 45-nanometer RF SOI
  • 65-nanometre CMOS
  • 130-nanometre CMOS
  • 180-nanometre CMOS
  • 350-nanometre CMOS 


  • III-V Epitaxy
  • Active and Passive Silicon on Insulator (SOI) - including Passive Silicon on Insulator Training Course Designs


  • PiezoMUMPS
  • PolyMUMPs

Micro- Nano- Technology (MNT) Fabrication
Examples of Canada's National Design Network projects utilizing Canadian Micro- Nano- Technology (MNT) fabrication facilities. 

  • Categories: Characterization, MEMS, Microelectronics, Microfluidics, Micromachining, Nanotechnology, and Photonics


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