Jürgen Brugger

EPFL STI IMT LMIS1
BM 3107 (Bâtiment BM)
Station 17
CH-1015 Lausanne

Web site: Web site: https://lmis1.epfl.ch/

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Administrative data

Fields of expertise

MEMS & Nanotechnology 
Micro/Nanomanufacturing

Professional course

Full Professor

EPFL-STI-IMT-LMIS1

EPFL

2016 to date

Associate Professor

EPFL-STI-IMT-LMIS1

EPFL

2009-2015

Assistant Professor

EPFL-STI-IMT-LMIS1

EPFL

2001-2009

Research Program Coordinator "NanoLink"

MESA Research Institute (Mentors: Jan Fluitman and David Reinhoudt)

University of Twente, The Netherlands

1998-2001

Postdoc and Research staff member

IBM Zuerich Research Laboratory (Mentor: Peter Vettiger)

1995-1998

Hitachi Research Fellow

Hitachi Central Research Laboratory Tokyo (Mentor: Ryo Imura)

1993-1994


Education

PhD

Physical-Electronics

Neuchatel

1995

Diplome (M.Sc.)

Electronique-Physique

Neuchatel

1990


Awards

ERC Advanced Grant

MEMS 4.0: Additive Micro-Manufacturing for Plastic Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems

2017-2022

IEEE Fellow

"for contributions to micro and nano manufacturing technology"

2016

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Microengineering

PhD Programs

Doctoral Program in Microsystems and Microelectronics

Doctoral Program in Materials Science and Engineering

Doctoral program in advanced manufacturing

Courses

Introduction to additive manufacturing

(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)

Microfabrication technologies

The student will learn process techniques and applications of modern micro- and nanofabrication technologies, as practiced in a standard clean room, with focus on silicon mainstream and microsystems technologies.

Manufacturing DLLs (automne)

The goal of this DLL is to introduce students to both the practical aspects of micro-fabrication of a fully functional device.

Manufacturing DLLs (printemps)

The goal of this DLL is to introduce students to both the practical aspects of micro-fabrication of a fully functional device.

Advanced additive manufacturing technologies

Advanced 3D forming techniques for high throughput and high resolution (nanometric) for large scale production. Digital manufacturing of functional layers, microsystems and smart systems.

MEMS practicals I

Objective of this practical is to apply in specific experimental settings the knowledge acquired in various MEMS related class

MEMS practicals II

Objective of this practical is to apply in specific experimental settings the knowledge acquired in various MEMS related class

Nanotechnology

This course gives the basics for understanding nanotechnology from an engineer's perspective: physical background, materials aspects and scaling laws, fabrication and imaging of nanoscale devices.

Soft Microsystems Processing and Devices

(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)

MOOC: Micro and Nanofabrication (MEMS)

(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)

Advanced topics in micro- and nanomanufacturing: top-down meets bottom-up

This course introduces advanced fabrication methods enabling the manufacturing of novel NEMS/MEMS. Both top-down (stenciling, scanning probes, additive techniques) and bottom-up approaches (self-assembly) are presented.