The Microwave and Millimetre Wave (MMM) Laboratory is an international leader in radio frequency microelectromechanical systems (RF MEMS)and microwave and millimetre-wave devices for mobile and satellite communications.
The fabrication of nanoscale devices featuring inorganic semiconductor nanowires and organic electronic and bioelectronic materials enables novel electronic applications such as bio-compatible devices.
Design, fabrication and measurement of nano- and micro-scale systems with mechanical, electrical and/or optical functionalities on a silicon substrate or CMOS integrated circuit, enabling the development of novel and advanced sensors and actuators.
Oxide nano-electronic materials promise dramatic improvements in the performance and lifespan of electronic devices. Due to these superior properties, the materials have been implemented in radiation-hardened circuits for space applications, in an array of sensors and actuators, and within next-generation electronics such as ferroelectric memory.
Aerospace systems with high performance, real-time requirements are increasingly implemented using commercially available field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). This requires FPGA-based systems able to operate in high radiation environments.