Visit of Professor Dmitriy Galayko (Sorbonne University, Paris) under the international project Erasmus+ APPLE



On April 23 and 24, 2019, at the Eurasian National University named after L.N. Gumilev a meeting with Professor Dmitry Galayko with students and undergraduates of the department was organized at the Department of “Space Technique and Technologies”.

The professor gave a lecture which is devoted to modern microelectronics and, more precisely, ensuring the energy independence of microelectronic equipment. Modern applications of digital technology dictate extremely stringent requirements for its autonomy and duration of work.

In the first day in his report, Dmitry Galayko presented an original solution, which allows converting vibration energy directly into electric current. The proposed method will significantly advance in such important areas as space research, medicine, automotive, finally, to make the "Internet of things" a reality.




The second day of the Professor at the University of Sorbonne (Paris), an employee of the Paris LIP6 research laboratory Dmitry Galayko under the program of the Erasmus + APPLE project was dedicated to the development of microelectronic circuits for interfaces with microsensors and the use of industrial CAD in this process.

The lecture gave basic ideas about the technology of designing microelectromechanical systems - MEMS (Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems).

MEMS technologies bring revolutionary changes to each field of application by combining silicon-based microelectronics with micromechanical technology, which allows the system to be implemented on a single SoC chip (Systems-on-a-Chip). The MEMS technology has given new impetus to the development of inertial navigation systems and integrated systems, opening the way to the development of smart products, increasing the computational capabilities of microsensors and expanding the design possibilities of such systems.

Teachers, undergraduates and students received valuable information. According to the organizers, a two-day lecture for students of the department can provide direction for further research projects.