Nadine AL KHUDARY
From 2010 to 2014, Nadine AL KHUDARY was a PhD student in the MITEC group. The objective of the thesis was to measure the thermal conductivity of flexible substrates constituting microwave propagation structures. A bench of thermal conductivity measurements by the "3-omegas" method was realized. Polymers have been tested and new simulation models have been developed.
Nadine AL KHUDARY defended her thesis entitled « Material thermal conductivity measurement by the 3-omega method. Application to polymer characterization using inkjet printing technology » on December 17, 2014.
From 2011 to 2015, Hind BAKLI was a PhD student in the MITEC group. The subject of her thesis consisted in developing an instrumentation based on near-field microwave microscopy by a multi-port technique, for the local characterization of dielectrics. The calibration and inverse problem solving aspects were studied in order to extract the quantities of interest from the measured data.
Hind BAKLI defended her thesis entitled "Development of a microwave field-probe microscopy platform using interferometry" on May 28, 2015.
From 2003 to 2007, Clarisse BEAUCAMP was a PhD student in the MITEC group, where she worked on research topics dealing with microwave radiometric devices for temperature measurement, in particular for industrial and medical applications.
Clarisse BEAUCAMP defended her thesis entitled "Use of microwaves for the characterization and non-contact monitoring of thermal trajectories of metal-ceramic powders: application to the control of the sintering process" November 14, 2006.
Clarisse BEAUCAMP was then an ATER for one year at the IEMN in the MITEC group.
From 2005 to 2009, Oussama BENZAIM was a PhD student in the MITEC group. The research topic concerned the design and realization of systems in microwave and millimeter frequency ranges. The targeted applications are network analysis, non-destructive testing and evaluation and microwave microscopy.
Oussama BENZAIM defended his thesis entitled "Multi-port techniques for the design and realization of microwave systems dedicated to the non-destructive evaluation of materials" on July 7th 2009.
Abdelhatif EL FELLAHI
From 2010 to 2014, Abdelhatif EL FELLAHI was a PhD student in the MITEC group. The work carried out during the thesis brought innovative solutions for the characterization of nano devices at microwave frequencies for which there were no tools allowing direct and accurate measurement. Several devices based on a new architecture and offering a high reference have been designed, realized and validated.
Abdelhatif EL FELLAHI defended his thesis entitled "Design and realization of an instrumentation adapted to the measurement of high impedances in the microwave domain" on April 7, 2014.
Abdelhatif EL FELLAHI was then a post-doctoral fellow for 18 months at IEMN in the MITEC group.
From 2013 to 2016, Sijia GU was a PhD student in the MITEC group. The research topic was aimed at the characterization of nano-objects in the microwave frequency domain: development of microwave instrumentation, calibration techniques and calibration standards dedicated to the measurement of S-parameters of nano-devices in the frequency range 1-18 GHz.
Sijia GU defended his thesis entitled " Contribution to local broadband characterization of materials by near-field microwave microscopy" on December 12, 2016.
The work done in this thesis is in the field of design, fabrication and characterization of printed antennas based on composite materials. Different types of materials have been studied and developed, in particular nanocomposites based on polyaniline (PANI) loaded with carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) and composites based on polyaniline loaded with carbon nanoparticles coated with cobalt have been developed and characterized in order to realize printed antennas. Several antennas intended to operate in the 1-8 GHz band have been realized and characterized.
This work was carried out in the framework of a collaboration between the University of Blida 1 (Algeria), the Ecole Nationale Supérieure Mines-Télécom Lille Douai and the Institute of Electronics, Microelectronics and Nanotechnology (IEMN) of the University of Lille.
Zahir HAMOUDA defended his thesis entitled "Flexible Ultra Wide Band Microwave Antenna based on Composite Materials" in May 2016.
From 2014 to 2018, Tianjun LIN was a PhD student in the MITEC group. The research topic was on improving the sensitivity (in a wide band of working frequencies) of the near-field microwave microscope operated in the group. This instrument which offers a sub-wavelength imaging capability was tested in different situations (surface and sub-surface imaging).
Tianjun LIN defended his thesis entitled " Investigation of microwave imaging and local dielectric characterization of materials by using a homemade interferometer based near-field microwave microscope " le 23 Avril 2018.
From 2007 to 2011, Qing LU was a PhD student in the MITEC group. His research focus was on microwave dielectric characterization of micrometer and nanometer powder composites, based on S-parameter measurements of microwave cells specially created for this application.
Qing LU defended his thesis entitled "Dielectric characterization of powdered materials in a wide microwave frequency band" on June 16, 2011.
From 2008 to 2011, Charles SION was a PhD student in the MITEC group. His research topic was to realize a low cost infrared camera for consumer applications. The basic principle is the use of thermal micro-sensors developed by the group to build an infrared vision system that can be used in various applications such as home maintenance of elderly people and other systems based on people detection.
Charles SION defended his thesis entitled "Realization of a low cost infrared camera for consumer application" on November 16, 2011.
Ming Ming WANG
From 2006 to 2010, Ming Ming WANG was a PhD student in the MITEC group. Her research interests concerned the design and realization of a microwave microscope, which allows a non-destructive characterization technique, without contact and capable of covering a large area of investigation with a high resolution.
Ming Ming WANG defended his thesis entitled "Contribution to the design and realization of near field microscopes in microwave and millimeter frequency bands, application to non-destructive evaluation" on June 30, 2010.
From 2009 to 2012, Zheng YUAN was a PhD student in the MITEC group. The subject of his thesis was to develop a family of thermoelectric microsources intended to be produced in large numbers and with a low environmental impact.
Zheng YUAN defended his thesis entitled "Study and realization of planar thermoelectric microgenerators in silicon technology" on December 21, 2012.
Zheng YUAN then started a Post-Doc in January 2013 in the MITEC group to work 14 months in the MESYA research project "Microsources d'Energie pour SYstèmes Autonomes" (CPER - Campus Intelligence Ambiante).