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Microelectronics lab

Published: 6 October 2020

Location: House A, A2523

Description: The microelectronics lab is both where the majority of the electronics required in our different research projects is assembled, and our facility for evaluating the integrated circuits designed in our research on analog integrated circuits.

Thus, in addition to dedicated chip-level instruments such as a wire-bonder and a probe station, this lab also houses equipment for assembling circuit-boards  and a comprehensive set of measurement instruments.

  1. Devoltek 5410 wedge/ball wire bonder
  2. LPKF Protoflow soldering oven
  3. Weller WMD-3 Rework station
  4. SÜSS MicroTec probe station
  5. Sikama 8x8 hotplate
  6. Fritsch LM 900 manual smd placer2


Jonny Johansson

Jonny Johansson, Professor

Phone: +46 (0)920 491703
Organisation: Electronic systems, Embedded Intelligent Systems LAB, Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering