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CESAR: Cryogenic Electronics for Space Applications and Research


Observations from space provide real benefits in many scientific fields, like astrophysics. They allow to significantly improve the spectral information compared to ground-based observations.

To carry out these observations, many laboratories are developing new generation ultra-sensitive sensors. The space environment is a major challenge for the development of cryogenic electronics associated with these sensors.

The CESAR project explores new solutions in this area.


The CESAR project funded by the European Union is a collaborative project under the Seventh Framework Program (FP7).

COORDINATOR : Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives (CEA), France

EU FP7 Contract no : 263455

Duration : 36 months

Latest CESAR Publications
  • V. Revéret et al, "CESAR: Cryogenic Electronics for Space Applications", J Low Temp Phys, Online Edition (2013)

  • Q. Dong et al, "The role of the gate geometry for cryogenic HEMTs: towards an input voltage noise below 0.5 nV/Hz1/2 at 1 kHz and 4.2K", J Low Temp Phys, 167, 626-631 (2012)

  • Y.X. Liang et al, "Input noise voltage below 1 nV/Hz1/2 at 1 kHz in the HEMTs at 4.2 K", J Low Temp Phys, 167, 632-637 (2012)

  • Y. X. Liang et al, "Insight into low frequency noise induced by gate leakage current in AlGaAs/GaAs high electron mobility transistors at 4.2K", Appl. Phys. Lett. 99, 113505 (2011)
 
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