POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest (UPB) has just registered at the EPCI passive component industry database. See brief overview of their capabilities here.
The POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest (UPB) is the largest technical University in Romania. The Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunication and Information Technology is the oldest electronics Academic Institution in Romania. The Centre for Technological Electronics and Interconnection Techniques from “Politehnica” University of Bucharest, CETTI, was founded in 1995 as a research and training centre and in 2001 was certified as Centre of Excellency by Romanian Research Ministry. CETTI members are active in student’s curricula for Electronic Passive Components. CETTI is the founder, since 1995, of the international symposium SIITME – The International Symposium for Design and Technology in Electronic Packaging (www.siitme.ro) and, since 1992, the professional student contest TIE- Interconnection Techniques in Electronics (www.tie.ro). CETTI is IPC member since 1997. CETTI members are active in the IEEE-CPMT/ HU&RO Joint Chapter and represent Romania in IMAPS ELC and TPC.
advanced pressure sensors and transducers; sensors modelling; hybrid subsystems electromagnetic, electromechanical and thermal aspects
capacitors, inductors, resistors, sensors
aerospace, automotive, consumer, defence, industrial, telecom
- Development of advanced pressure sensors and transducers. The UPB-CETTI task was to do the FEM modeling and simulation of a ceramic pressure sensor realized in LTCC technology, and to improve the performances of the sensor.
- Electromagnetic, Electromechanical and Thermal Aspects in the Construction of Hybrid Electronic Subsystems- EETAC. In this project a main component of a DC-DC converter was analyzed, a planar transformer. The transformer was designed, modeled and simulated using FEM software and finally was prototyped. (1) and (2) were bilateral Romania – Slovenia, co-operation.
- Scientific Network and Technological Platform for Electronic (national project). Having as the start point ROHS Requirements, the scientific, technological environmental and economical aspects of transition to Lead-free soldering were investigated.
- Investigation of electronic micro-modules, „ROHS” conformal based on energy efficient methods, Bilateral Romania – Hungary co-operation.
electrical characterisation, failure analysis, reliability & endurance, simulation & modelling, solderability