COLLOQUIA: Axion Landscape

Monday, 21 December 2015 at 12:00 at IFAE Seminar room

Speaker: Georg Raffelt (Max Planck Institut, Munich)

The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology

The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology's mission is to promote cutting-edge research in science and technology within an environment of multidisciplinary scientific excellence. Its scientific community is made up of members of the participating research centers: the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG), the Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia (ICIQ), the Catalan Institute for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICN2), the Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO), the High Energy Physics Institute (IFAE) and the Institute for Research in Biomedicine(IRB Barcelona).

The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology's aims are:

1. To contribute towards improving conditions for carrying out high-quality research at the research centers and to increase its international visibility.

2. To offer coordinated postgraduate programs of excellence with international impact.

3. To build a critical mass to multiply the capacity of the research centers in different fields, such as knowledge transfer, scientific and technological platforms and talent attraction.

4. To cooperate with scientific institutions, companies, individuals and public or private entities to fulfill these aims.

SEMINAR: CP asymmetry in heavy Majorana neutrino decays at finite temperature

Tuesday, 15 December 2015 at 12:00 at IFAE Seminar room

Speaker: Simone Biondini (TUM Munich)

COLLOQUIA: Search for Dark Matter with liquid argon

Friday, 11 December 2015 at 12:00 at IFAE Seminar room

Speaker: Aldo Ianni (Research Division, INFN Gran Sasso Laboratory)

SEMINAR: Probing dark matter above TeV and below meV

Friday, 4 December 2015 at12:00 at IFAE Seminar room

Speaker: Giovanni Grilli di Cortona (SISSA Trieste)

Miércoles, 02 Diciembre 2015 15:23

IFAE Microelectronic Services

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IFAE Microelectronic Services for Industry

  

The IFAE Microelectronics laboratory is equipped with the ultimate packaging and assembly technologies, including automated wire-bonding, flip-chip and device inspection facilities hosted in a clean room infrastructure class 100.000/10.000/1.000.

IFAE covers the whole microelectronics assembly process, offering wide experience, know-how and singular infrastructure for design, pre-production and quality assurance, including:

  • Digital, analog and mixed-signal ASIC design
  • FPGA and microcontroller programming
  • ASIC, FPGA and microcontroller assembly

IFAE, is an R&D CERCA center, member of the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology (BIST), having the Severo Ochoa'12 Award for its international prestige in basic and applied physics.


IFAE expertise in microelectronics is focused in the development of solid-state radiation pixel detectors for different applications, including high energy physics experiments and medical radiology.

 

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Our Projects

  Voxel Imaging Positron Emision Tomography Pathfinder (VIP) at IFAE      
  Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN (Geneve, Switzerland)
  Cerenkov Telescope Array (CTA) at ORM (La Palma, Spain)

 

 

Our Systems

1. Microelectronics assembly line:

  

Solder bump deposition

A SB2-SM machine provides bumps with different alloys such as Sn Ag in a range from 40 to 760 microns.

                                                                                                                                   
 

Bump bonding

A Suss FC-150 machine is used for the complex process of flip-chipping. High-density interconnections of solder bumps of typical 25 micron diameter can be achieved with this technique.
 

Reflow Oven

An AVT oven is used for reflow soldering of surface mount electronic components to printed circuit boards (PCB) or other substrates.

Device assembly

The Finetech pick and place machine provides 5 micron positioning precision.

Wire-bonding

An automatic Delvotec G5 bonder offers solutions for the most demanding integration needs.

2. Asembly quality control and characterization

 

 

X-Ray inspection machine

Inspection of assemblies using an x-ray system of sub-micron resolution. 
                            
 

Probe station

Electrical characterization of microelectronic devices.
 
 

 Pull and shear bond tester

The DAGE 4000 Plus system is a multipurpose bond-tester used to ensure the qualityof the critical interconnections.

 

 

IFAE Microelectronics Services 

 

We offer solutions in the field of radiation & particle detectors based on tailored electronics & microelectronics technology

We also offer collaborative research with industry in the framework of public funding at national and international level.

  • Pixel detector development, including readout and front-end electronics
  • X-Ray, Nuclear Medicine and IR-Vis Camera design and construction
  • High performance R+D including: high vacuum and cryogenics
  • High precision mechanics, electronics, optics & control software 

 

December 2015 - Opening of FPU predoctoral fellowships

The "Institut de Física d'Altes Energies" (IFAE) in Barcelona announces the opening of FPU predoctoral fellowships by the Ministerio de Educación y Deportes. Those are positions for outstanding young graduates interested in working towards a PhD thesis at IFAE.

COLLOQUIUM - Simulating the proton

Friday, 27 November 2015 at 14:30 - - Seminar room

Speaker: Gunnar Bali (Regensburg U)

 Abstract: Almost all the known mass of the universe can be attributed to nuclei, i.e. bound states of nucleons (protons and neutrons). These are made up of quarks and gluons, that strongly interact according to the laws of quantum chromodynamics (QCD). QCD constitutes the theoretically cleanest and most solid component of the present standard model of elementary particles and their (strong and electroweak) interactions. This "model" leaves many questions unanswered and we may well learn about yet to be discovered fundamental theories from studying its cleanest part, i.e. QCD.

COLLOQUIUM - Big Data for Biosciences


November 9 2015, 12:00pm - Seminar room

Speaker: Roderic Guigó (Centre de Regualció Genòmica, Barcelona)

Breakthrough Prize for Fundamental Physics for the T2K collaboration and other neutrino experiments

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