About the MUPIA project

 This project addresses the topic Manufacturing process for ultimate performance inertial MEMS Gyrometer (JTI-CS2-2017-CfP06-SYS-01-04) within the Programme Area SYS of the Clean Sky 2 program.
The MUPIA project answers on the request for "Silicon Very High Performances MEMS Gyrometers Technology" by merging SINTEF, a research institute and experienced manufacturer of high-performance MEMS and MICROSS, a company with expertise in assembling bare dies into standard and custom ceramic packages for demanding applications. This consortium has proven manufacturing capabilities in the key technologies requested for the volumes indicated (several thousands units/year), including high precision deep reactive ion etching (DRIE) for silicon on insulator (SOI) wafers, through silicon vias (TSVs), ceramic packages and reliability testing. The consortium will answer on the challenge of bringing the manufacturing process for the gyrometer up to a manufacturing readiness level of 5 by exploiting systematic process development and optimization procedures according to their ISO certified Management Systems.

This project has received funding from the European Union's HORIZON 2020 Programme, Clean Sky II, Grant no. 785337.

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Sigurd T. Moe

Senior Research Scientist
975 80 163
Name
Sigurd T. Moe
Title
Senior Research Scientist
Phone
975 80 163
Department
Smart Sensors and Microsystems
Office
Oslo
Company
SINTEF AS

Daniel Nilsen Wright

Senior Research Scientist
+47 934 41 038
Name
Daniel Nilsen Wright
Title
Senior Research Scientist
Phone
+47 934 41 038
Department
Smart Sensors and Microsystems
Office
Oslo
Company
SINTEF AS