Flexible Electronics Department (FEL)

Hello and Welcome

FEL in 2017

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.

Figure : Autonomous flexible smart sensors

Latest news:

December 2017, job offer: internship M2. Stages M2 à pourvoir (link in French)

  1. Développement d’une matrice d’interconnexions étirables dans 2 dimensions ; Main subject : stretchable electronics
  2. Développement d’un dispositif électronique textile: fabrication et intégration d’une matrice 2D de LEDs dans un tee-shirt ; Main subject : textile 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


Department head

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