Hello and Welcome
The objectives of the Flexible Electronics (FEL) Department are in the development of technological bricks required for the realization of electronic components that are complex, flexible and/or stretchable.
Manufacture of autonomous, ultra-thin, flexible and conformable devices have spread the research from nanomaterials, energy management to heterogeneous integration on flexible / stretchable substrates. We are very active in applications such as: smart interfaces (human-machine interface), IoT, smart sensing, biorobotics/mimetics.
- October 2020, want to do academic, we have multiple job offers PhD, research engineer, postdoc and internship, click on the link towards Job offers
- Article in Science & Vie by Prof. Thierry Djenizian and Prof. Jean-Louis de Bougrenet de la Tocnaye :
- Award of the SCS World-Class Cluster (December 2019)
- Contribution of Prof. Thierry Djenizian to the Cahier de veille 2020 de l’IMT entitled: Numérique Durable
- Our department “has produced” many new doctors in Science : Omar Kassen (2019), Severine de Mulatier (2019), Simon Regal (2020): congratulations to all of them, they did a great job
- Jan. 2020, Launch an IPCEI project named Flexeo that intends to create multistack, versatile and flexible electronic for various sensing applications. This large project will occupied many PhDs and postdoc in our department. Contact: Prof. Sylvain Blayac.
- Our papers “Flexible micro-battery for powering smart contact lens” and “High Performance Stretchable Li-ion Microbattery” attracted attention in conventional press: Medgadget, Science & Vie.
- Oct. 2019, Article (in French) by Prof. Djenizian highlighting the Li-ion technology battery: “Quèsaco la batterie lithium-ion ?“
- Jan 2019, our paper on “e-cigarette effect onto tracheal cell” got back cover letter in Advanced Biosystems. Morevover, a new article highlights this publication “E-Cigarettes: Friend or Foe? “ https://www.advancedsciencenews.com/e-cigarettes-friend-or-foe/
- Dec 2018, Interview of Marc Ramuz: article highlights our effort on textile electronics.
- November 2018, Congratulation to Bastien Marchiori, We would say Dr. Marchiori !!
Prof. Thierry Djenizian
Tél. : 04 42 61 67 60
Centre de Microélectronique de Provence – CMP Georges Charpak
Département d’Électronique Flexible
880, avenue de Mimet- 13541 Gardanne