Articles by Jean-Pierre RASKIN

Jean-Pierre RASKIN

Jean-Pierre RASKIN has written 2 articles on Advanced Substrate News.

Jean-Pierre RASKIN received his PhD degree from the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium, in 1997. In 1998, he joined the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, as a research fellow. Since 2000 he has been a professor at UCL. His research interests are SOI technology in the RF domain and the use of NEMS to extract intrinsic material properties at the nanometer scale.

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SOITEC and UCL boost the RF performance of SOI substrates

Posted by and (Soitec) on December 4, 2013
In Advanced Substrate Corners, Design & Manufacturing, In & Around Our Industry, Professor's Perspective, R&D/Labnews
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Soitec and a team from UCL have been working together to identify the technological opportunities to further improve the high-frequency performance of SOI substrates. Based on the wideband characterization techniques developed at UCL, the RF characteristics of high-resistivity (HR) SOI substrates have been analyzed, modeled and greatly improved in order to meet the specifications of […]

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MEMS in thin film SOI

Posted by (UC Louvain) on May 27, 2009
In Advanced Substrate Corners, ASN #12, Professor's Perspective
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SOI is major contender for heterogeneous applications. The advantages of SOI technology for building thin film sensors on membranes as well as three-dimensional (3D) surface micromachined sensors and actuators have been demonstrated over these last years. The flatness and robustness of the thin membrane as well as the self-assembling of out-of-plane 3D microstructures rely on […]

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