Enabling Technologies for Airport Monitoring Systems
Approved by Decree of the General Director of MIUR prot. 664 / Ric, of 14/10/2011. Project code: PON01_02876.
The research will be conducted by the DTA (Aerospace Technological District), through the member Consorzio Optel and by the Institute of Microelectronics and Microsystems “(IMM) of the CNR (National Research Council) of Lecce. DTA scarl is responsible for the training project.
The main objective of the TASMA research project is the development and fine-tuning of enabling technologies aimed at the realization of microelectronic and microelectromechanical components for transmission and reception meeting the requirements of broadband, high power, high speed and high integration, as well as the related packaging oriented to the specific application. This research will allow the definition of a national supply chain dedicated to the creation of sensors for monitoring airport environments.
The TASMA research project was accompanied by the “training project for technicians and researchers who are experts in microelectronic and packaging technologies for innovative electronic devices”.
Through this project, we intend to offer the opportunity to 8 young graduates and 8 young graduates to acquire and consolidate knowledge, skills and abilities to operate as technicians and researchers in the field of microelectronic technologies and packaging of innovative devices.
In particular, the training activities will enable participants to:
- generate and apply new knowledge for the development of innovative devices in the field of radar, in the different development phases of the device from the design phase to the realization, packaging, testing and quality and reliability control, through coaching and participation in Research and Development activities and the systematization of training and research experience and corporate culture;
- interact, with companies, universities, research centers, with company functions related to R&D activities: from strategy to design, production and distribution, with particular attention to the life cycle of the product, processes and services and their competitiveness and sustainability.
Participants will have the opportunity to acquire and strengthen basic, technical, professional, scientific and technological and managerial skills and competences that will allow them to oversee various tasks and functions within the production process.