Luca Nela wins Thesis Award in Microsystems and Microelectronics
The Commission of the Doctoral Program in Microsystems and Microelectronics (EDMI) has selected Luca Nela to receive the 2022 EPFL Doctoral Thesis Award in Microsystems and Microelectronics.
Luca Nela was selected for his outstanding thesis, New Technologies to Enhance the Figures-of-Merit of GaN Power Devices, which was supervised by Elison Matioli in the Power and Wide-band-gap Electronics Research lab (POWERlab) in the School of Engineering (STI).
This annual prize, awarded for the first time in 2022, is given to the author of the most outstanding PhD thesis in the field of Microsystems & Microelectronics, and constitutes the EDMI’s highest recognition. The award consists of a certificate and of a CHF 3,000 prize, jointly funded by the Institute of Electrical and Micro Engineering (IEM) and by STI.
New Technologies to Enhance the Figures-of-Merit of GaN Power Devices. https://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/293521.