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Maxime Vincent
PostDoc 2011

Since 2012 / Product Industrialization Engineer at Tronics Microsystems (Crolles, France).

2010-2011 / PostDoc in Prof. Maboudian's lab, BSAC.
Silicon Carbide (SiC) for MEMS devices operating in harsh environment.

2007-2010 / PhD in Electrical Engineering (Grenoble Institute of Technology, France)
Collaboration between Schneider Electric & CEA-Leti
Thesis title: "Reliability of electrical contacts in a MEMS switch".

2006 / MS in Micro&Nano Electronics (Grenoble Institute of Technology, France)
Thesis title: "Feasibility study of hybrid lithography in 45nm CMOS technology", performed at STMicroelectronics

2005 / MS in Materials Science and Engineering (Polytech'Grenoble, France)
Thesis title: "Growth and integration of carbon nanotubes on MEMS heaters", performed at EPFL (Switzerland) in Prof. de Rooij's lab.

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