Available Projects for Students

Student projects in LMIS1
We offer a variety of projects for students for both semester and master projects in the field of Micro- & Nanoengineering. Mostly, the proposed projects are linked to our ongoing research topics for PhD projects, postdocs or senior scientist, that are funded by EPFL or third party funds (SNF, CTI/KTI, EU, etc). In that way, the student is involved in real-life topics with clearly assigned tasks that are complementary but in collaboration with the laboratory’s research staff. Alternatively, we also invite Master students to propose their own idea on the realization of a new technology or device in the field of Micro- & Nanoengineering. If you have a concrete idea, please don’t hesitate to talk to Prof. J. Brugger directly or to one of the staff members to see if a Semester or Master project can be defined around the idea generated by you.
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All student projects are also listed on IS-academia

2D materials

If you want to study the unique properties of 2D materials or work on different nanofabrication techniques for nanoelectronic devices check our projects.

Bottom-up nanofabrication

Work on assembly of carbon nanotubes and plasmonic nanoparticles or simulate the physical properties of the assembly

Additive manufacturing

Experiment with the inkjet printing or discover the melt electro writing

 

Wearable and implantable devices

Develop biodegradable drug delivery implants or work in triboelectric generators for wearable devices

Cryogenic Microwave Sensors

Design and test of cryogenic microwave oscillators, resonators and sensors for electron spin resonance and thermometry

Laser-induced forward transfer technique

Study the transferability of different materials using LIFT and explore possible applications

 

Stencil lithography

Study the behavior of biodegradable metalic microstructures fabricated by stencil

Reconfigurable photonics

From conceptual designs into fabrication layouts of innovative enhanced photonic devices