Research Summaries: CNDN Designs Fabricated Through CMC in 2014-15

Research Summaries: CNDN Designs Fabricated Through CMC in 2014-15
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Complimentary with a CMC Account - - This document provides information about the research activities which have taken advantage of the fabrication services offered by CMC Microsystems during fiscal year 2014-15 (April 2014 - March 2015).

  • 420 designs were fabricated for almost 500 graduate students and 170 professors from 27 institutions in 2014-15

How to Use This Report
Looking for an academic collaborator? The report describes designs that have progressed to fabrication for prototype purposes – providing a view into the research activities taking place at Canadian institutions and helping you uncover new opportunities. If you are interested in the designs, we encourage you to contact the researchers directly, or CMC Microsystems, Pat Botsford.

Table of Contents

Microelectronics

  • 28-nanometre (FD-SOI) CMOS
  • 65-nanometre CMOS
  • 130-nanometre CMOS
  • 180-nanometre CMOS
  • 350-nanometre CMOS  
  • 80-nanometre CMOS
  • Gallium Nitride (GaN)
  • Low Temperature Co-fired Ceramic (LTCC)

Photonics/Optoelectronics   

  • Active Silicon on Insulator (SOI)
  • Active Silicon on Insulator (SOI) - Course Designs
  • Passive Silicon on Insulator (SOI)
  • Passive Silicon on Insulator (SOI) - Course Designs
  • III-V Epitaxy on GaAs Substrate
  • III-V Epitaxy on inP Substrates
  • III-V Process on GaAs and InP Substrates
  • III-V Epitaxy on Ge Substrates
  • Nano-Silicon on Insulator (NanoSOI)

MEMS

  • MetalMUMPs
  • PiezoMUMPs
  • PolyMUMPs
  • SOIMUMPs
  • MicraGEM-Si

Microfluidics

  • Sensonit

Micro- Nano- Technology (MNT) Fabrication

  • Examples of National Design Network projects utilizing Canadian Micro- Nano- Technology (MNT) fabrication facilities. 

   

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