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MORGaN Consortium

19 Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava

Contact     Ing. Jaroslav Kováč

Location    Bratislava, Slovak Republic

Overview  
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU-BA) consists of seven faculties and is attended by c. 18000 students. The Microelectronics Department at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of STU in Bratislava has been internationally acknowledged as one of the leading educational and R&D centres with immediate transfer and implementation of new-knowledge into the microelectronics curricula in undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD study. Research areas within physics and technology include electrical and optical characterisation of semiconductor devices. STU-BA has an experienced staff (c. 40 teachers and researchers and 20 PhD students) and provides a very good environment for intensive participation of the department in many national and international R&D projects in the field of Microelectronics, Optoelectronics and Sensorics. STU-BA plays an important role in transfer of advanced technologies towards the regional universities and industrial partners by organising of many workshops, seminars and training events.

Main research topics and capabilities
The research teams of STU have strong experience in design and technology as well as  structural, electrical and optical  characterisation of III-V based heterostructures for micro and optoelectronic  devices. The Microelectronics Department has been internationally acknowledged as a leading R&D centre involved in several national and EU funded research projects such as Tempus, ESPRIT, Copernicus, Inco-Copernicus and  5th&6th EU Framework projects.

MORGaN tasks

  • Development and optimisation of GaN and InAlN heterostructures growth technology by utilising nanoscale techniques for structural analysis

  • DC and RF characterisation of fabricated devices will be performed to evaluate HEMT processing technology and degradation processes under extreme conditions.

MORGaN is supported by the European Commission under FP7