research in microelectronics

Research institutes in microelectronics

Cardiff University Centre for Multidisciplinary Microtechnology – Focused on the design, fabrication and evaluation of III-V semiconductor opto-electronic and electronic devices.
Center for High Frequency Electronics – Part of the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of California at Los Angeles. The facility is available primarily to faculty, researchers and industrial affiliates for research that requires state-of-the-art design, fabrication and use of microwave/millimeter wave instrumentation.
Centre for Microelectronics Assembly and Packaging – Multi-university and multi-company consortium in Canada conducting fundamental and applied research relevant to the microelectronics and optoelectronics industry.
Chipworks – Reverse engineers and analyzes the circuits and structure of semiconductors and electronic systems for competitive study, intellectual property support, and reliability assurance.
CSRI Elektropribor – Central Scientific and Research Institute – Leading research institute in Russia in the field of marine navigation, gyroscopy and gravimetry: marine navigational equipment; inertial systems, gyroscopic devices and multipurpose systems, fine electromechanical devices; wind-driven power plants; medical equipment. Also publishes the (All-Russian) journal “Gyroscopy and Navigation”.
Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration – Develops advanced packaging technologies for microelectronics and microsystems. Information on institute, locations, research programs, events and news.
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center – Headquarters of the research division of International Business Machines corporation. Research focuses primarily on physical and computer sciences, semiconductors, systems technology, mathematics and information services, applications & solutions.
IMEC – Microelectronics research and development service specializing in SOC, ULSI and VLSI platforms..
Information Technology and Telecommunications Laboratory (ITTL) – Part of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). ITTL performs research in Internet and database technologies and applications; broadband, defense, radio frequency and wireless communications; network applications and security issues; mapping/geographical information, distributed simulation and enterprise information systems; and product research and development, manufacturing preparation and other steps toward product commercialization.
Lviv Radio Engineering Research Institute (LRERI), Ukraine – Research and development relating to millimeter wave radar technology, including all weather, day and night operation radar sights, fire control radars and armoured vehicles based command and control systems.
MB International – Independent research and design laboratory based in Milan, Italy, with a focus on the Telecom market, with particular emphasis on broadcasting.
McLaughlin Centre for Population Health Risk Assessment – Researches the health effects of wireless technology, including effects from using mobile phones or living close to base station antennas.
Microsensor and Actuator Technology (MAT) at TU-Berlin – A research and development center in the field of micro electromechanical systems (MEMS). Information on microsensors, and related fields.
Microsystems Design Group, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne – Multidisciplinary research group led by Prof. R. S. Popovic, working in the field of design, fabrication, and characterization of sensor micro-systems.
Optical Communications Research Group – Interdisciplinary research group at Northumbria University, UK, with research interests in optical wireless communications, photonic networks, high speed optical switching and optical sensors.
School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Leeds – Opportunities in teaching, learning and research. Formed from the Department and two research Institutes, opportunities for collaboration are offered across the School.
Scottish Microelectronics Centre – This centre for incubation, research and development in the semiconductor sector is a joint venture between The University of Edinburgh, Scottish Enterprise and Scottish Enterprise, Edinburgh and Lothian. Details of facilities, news and events.
Southwest Research Institute Component Analysis Group – THE SRI is an independent, nonprofit applied research and development organization in San Antonio, Texas. This section conducts failure analysis and construction analysis of electronic and electrical components.
UCLA Microwave Electronics Lab – Professor Tatsuo Itoh’s lab group at the University of California at Los Angeles, carrying out theoretical/numerical projects and experimental investigations in the area of microwave/millimeter-wave active integrated circuits, microwave-optical interactions and electromagnetics.