Heli Jantunen, the receiver of 2019 Finnish Science Award, was awarded Yushan Scholar by the Ministry of Education (MOE), ROC Taiwan. Professor Heli Jantunen is a current Head of the Microelectronics Research Unit at the University of Oulu. Her works on ultra-low temperature co-firing ceramics in particular have received world-renowned recognition.
In recent article in Helsingin Sanomat, university resarcher Jari Juuti is interviewed how energy harvesters can be utlized for powering electronics in dificult situations.
Are you Interested in Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship at the Microelectronics Research Unit? If yes, please contact us so we can begin to work on the application together.
Microelectronics Research Unit is part of NEWPACK project consortium which developes bio-based plastics.
At the University of Oulu, two research infrastructures are making new headway in fundamental research which will have far-reaching consequences for future systems and communication technologies. These two projects - PII, Printed Intelligence Infrastructure and FUWIRI, Research Infrastructure for Future Wireless Communications - received major funding totalling 3,1 million euros from the Academy of Finland in the previous funding round.
Researchers of the Microelectronics Research Unit (MIC) at the University of Oulu have demonstrated in collaboration with Tampere University that carbon nanotubes can be used to control the direction of neural cells growth.
Professor Heli Jantunen has received two major awards for her work in science and technology.
The Microelectronics Research Unit (MIC) and the Research Unit of Medical Imaging, Physics and Technology (MIPT) at University of Oulu have received a new funding (about 1 million euros) from EU Research and Innovation Programme Horizon 2020 for innovative strategies to repair cartilage damage. The RESTORE project joins 9 European partners from 7 countries. The total funding for the 3.5-year project is worth 5.5 million euros.
Mikroelektroniikan tutkimusyksikkö etsii diplomityöntekijöitä sekä tutkimusharjoittelijoita.
M.Sc (Tech.) Jarkko Tolvanen defended succesfully his doctoral thesis "Novel sensor and switch applications for flexible and stretchable electronic materials" on 2nd of November 2018.
Batteries will lead the way in the future of the Internet of Things, but they can damage the environment.
Our unit has three positions currently open. Assistant Professor position in the field of small power self-sufficient sensor systems
Tek-magazine has made an article about Dr. Jaako Palosaari and his research on energy harvesters.
Skills and knowledge in electroceramics at the University of Oulu range from composition to components
The Microelectronics Research Unit at the University of Oulu approaches development of electroceramics from the angle of the whole.
Dr. Yang Bai was interviewed to Peoples Daily about the 5G research at Oulu and Shenzen.
Newspaper UusiTeknologia wrote a comprehensive article about energy harvesting and our research
If wires and batteries are out of the question, energy can be harvested from mechanical vibrations, movement, friction and heat.
Mikroelektroniikan tutkimusyksikkö, 2 harjoittelupaikkaa ajalle 1.6.-31.8.2018
Dr. Tech. Jaakko Palosaari defended his doctoral thesis on energy harvester in December. Newspaper Tekniikka & Talous published an article in Finnish about the harvesting technology.
Postdoctoral reseacher position, biochemistry and cell biology
Research teams of Umeå University, Åbo Akademi, University of Danang and University of Oulu have developed a novel robust and efficient catalyst nanomaterial for electrochemical water splitting, which is easy to apply and feasible to produce in large quantities at low cost.
Academy of Finland Postdoctoral Fellow Gabriela Lorite and Associate Professor, Academy Research Fellow Simo Saarakkala from the University of Oulu have received 1
Marie Sklodowska-Curie grantee Dr.