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.
- Jan 2019, our paper on “e-cigarette effect onto tracheal cell” got back cover letter in Advanced Biosystems.
Flexible Electronic Platform for the Continuous Monitoring of Airway Tissues at the Air-Liquid Interface
Morevover, an 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 !!
- July 2018, job offer: Postdoctoral position in Stretchable electronics.
- October 2017, What is renewable energy storage? Interview of Prof. Thierry Djenizian for the I’MTech, IMT science and technology news.
- April 2017, Colloque Institut Mines-Télécom : L’énergie en révolution numérique
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