Arie Ruzin,  D. Sc.

Department of Physical Electronics, Faculty of Engineering
69978 Tel Aviv, Israel


 
 

WELCOME TO OUR LABORATORY PAGE !!

 

Experimental Setups:

       Current-Voltage (I-V) characterization as a function of temperature with four biasing sources up to 1100 Volts each and current resolution of 1 pA.

       Capacitance-Voltage (C-V) profiling as a function of temperature and frequency, up to 800V.

 

       Noise Power Spectral Density (PSD) characterization for both, current and voltage signals (with low noise voltage and trans-impedance amplifiers).

 

       Multi-channel X-ray spectroscopy characterization, including charge sensitive pre-amplifiers, shaping amplifiers, MCA (Multi Channel Analyzer), pulser.

 

       Setup for Transient Current Technique (TCT), with a 1060nm laser.

 

 

       Computer Simulation stations for device simulation with commercial ISE TCAD software.

 

       Deep Level Transient Spectroscopy (DLTS), and Laplace DLTS setup for trap characterization

       Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) with electrical measurements – Veeco Dimension 3100.

 

 


Laboratory staff :

       Dr. Sergey Marunko – Lab Engineer

       Ilia Torchinsky – AFM Engineer

       D. Sc. Students: Juri Guskov

       M. Sc. Students: Janna Glick, Igal Yaroslavsky

 
 

Open positions:
  M. Sc. and D. Sc. students are wanted

In the following fields of research: CdZnTe detectors for x- and gamma-rays, silicon detectors for soft x-rays, computer simulations of various detectors (with existing and self-written software), Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) measurements of various detectors, radiation damage to detectors and VLSI electronics, VLSI design and testing of front-end electronic circuits (fabrication will be performed elsewhere).


 

  B. Sc. Students for interesting projects are wanted

 

A variety of interesting projects is offered to fine students: Design and LabView programming of automatic electronic measurements; Design, simulation and testing of analog and digital VLSI circuits; Computer simulation of novel semiconductor devices by a commercial simulation software; Hardware and software design for student laboratory upgrades, etc.

 

Publications

Our Laboratory
Conferences
Photo Gallery 1 September 2003
 
 

Hot Links

CERN - European Research Center for Nuclear and Particle Physics

CERN – RD50 Homepage
Tel Aviv University Home Page
Analog Electronic Circuits (Course home page)
Advanced Laboratory for electronic devices (Lab home page)


 

If you have comments or suggestions, email me at  aruzin@eng.tau.ac.il