University of Oulu – Microelectronics Research Unit
Microelectronics Research Unit is part of the Faculty of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering. Our research is focused electronics materials and their applications. The research facilities of the units can roughly be divided into materials synthesis, fabrication and other facilities. Synthesis facilities is performed in our chemistry laboratory (nano/macro materials, composites), fabrication covers ink and paste formulations and screen/gravure/inkjet printers and other wide variety of characterization tools. The characterization tools include full setup of equipment for piezoelectric poling, optical and electrical (frequency up to 67 GHz) characterization, reliability testing and multiphysic modelling of devices.
University of Oulu – Optoelectronics and Measurement techniques Research Unit
The unit is doing research and development in electronics and optoelectronics-based technologies covering the whole path from the component manufacturing to the system integration. Research is especially focused on additive manufacturing, instrumentation and measurement techniques for (bio-)medical and industrial applications.
Tampere University – Laboratory of Future Electronics
LFE investigates technologies and solutions related to energy-autonomy (storage and harvesting), sensors, conformably wearable electronics (soft/stretchable, on-skin, textile), and hybrid system integration.
Strong emphasis is placed on scalable, low-cost manufacturing methods such as printing as well as the integration of printed components and circuits with more conventional component assembly methods.
LFE explores new device and circuit approaches based on printable organic and metal oxide semiconductors.
VTT – Printed and hybrid manufacturing services
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Last updated: 5.12.2019