Modeling of a MEMS module for pressure measurement in a harsh environment
Thesis in external company
keywords ELECTRONICS DEVICES, MICROELECTRONICS, MODELLING AND EXPERIMENTAL TESTS, MULTISCALE MODELS
Reference persons SERGIO FERRERO, LUCIANO SCALTRITO
Research Groups AA - Materials and Processes for Micro and Nano Technologies
Thesis type EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH, EXPERIMENTAL/MODELLING
Description The development of Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) has reached a degree of reliability that can be used in almost all industrial sectors. Industry 4.0 promoted in recent years by central governments to increase the level of innovation in the production sector, is in fact based on the use of numerous devices for measuring physical and chemical parameters through MEMS devices. The automotive sector from the beginning was the first to drive the development of this technology, the only possible one to manufacture micro-devices capable of following the Moore law. Today about eighty percent of the cost of these components lies in the creation of the interface towards the parameter to be measured and the relative packaging to protect it from the environment, very often critical as regards pressure, temperature and composition from chemical environment. In this context we want to model a module with some MEMS devices in order to design the packaging suitable for the application context.
Required skills The candidate must demonstrate good mechanical drawing skills and good knowledge of multi-physics and multi-scale simulation tools.
Deadline 27/04/2023 PROPONI LA TUA CANDIDATURA