University College Cork
Environmental Health Research Facilities
Electrical and Optical Engineering Facilities
Materials Synthesis or Testing Facilities
Intense Light Sources
Micro- and Nanotechnology facilities
Energy Engineering Facilities (non nuclear)
Engineering and Energy
Physics, Astronomy, Astrophysics and Mathematics
Chemistry and Material Sciences
Both academic and industrial researchers can gain access to the extensive facilities and expertise at Tyndall.
Working with both Si and III-V materials, Tyndall has a large number of research facilities available, including:- Device Fabrication: design, implantation, etching and deposition, photolithography- Characterisation: SEM, TEM, FIB and full electrical test- Reliability: drop test, temperature cycling, HAST, vibration- Reverse engineering: competitive analysis at IC/chip level- MEMS: design & fabrication- Packaging: wafer thinning and dicing, die attach, wire bonding, package sealing- Systems Integration: Wireless systems, protoyping service.