Lukasiewicz – Institute of Microelectronics and Photonics provides technical support to start-ups incubated at ESA BIC Poland.
About the company
Łukasiewicz – Institute of Microelectronics and Photonics (Lukasiewicz – IMiF) is part of the Lukasiewicz network. The institute offers entrepreneurs solutions that help improve business and create technologies that change reality.
Technical support offer
Access to technological experts whose scope of advice coincides with the area of the institute’s activity.
As part of its activities, Lukasiewicz – IMiF can offer support in the prototyping of new gallium nitride-based semiconductor devices for space applications for microwave power electronics and power electronics systems, from the design of structures using the modelling and numerical simulations, development of device topologies, development of device manufacturing processes to the comprehensive characterization of devices over a wide range of currents, voltages, temperatures and frequencies. Lukasiewicz – IMiF also offers support in a wide range of material and optical testing of materials and instruments, including structural analysis of materials by X-ray scattering (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM), surface studies by scanning probe microscopy (SPM). Lukasiewicz – IMiF also offers support for radiation resistance testing of materials by implantation with high-energy ions in the energy range up to 2MeV.
Lukasiewicz – IMiF has a full production line for manufacturing nitride-based semiconductor instruments, performs photolithography and electronolithography processes, thin film deposition processes for metals, semiconductors and dielectrics by cathode sputtering, electron beam sputtering (e-beam), atomic layer deposition (ALD) chemical vapour deposition (CVD), deposition of metallic layers by electrochemical methods, ICP and RIE plasma dry etching or wet etching.
In addition, Lukasiewicz – IMiF offers technologies for the production of advanced materials (thermoelectric, ceramic, radiation-resistant, anti-corrosive) for applications in the space industry, among others. Łukasiewicz – IMiF also carries out R&D work in the field of systems for monitoring vital parameters of people and biomedical sensors, which can be used in space missions.
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