By: Lisa Mitterhuber, Julien Magnien, Elke Kraker Introduction Twenty years ago, a lamp had exactly one purpose—to illuminate the room. A typical incandescent lamp lasted a year and failure was caused by a filament or/and a glass breakage . Nowadays typical lighting is based on LED technology, which is considered as durable. Due to the fact that many materials are … [Read more...]
Lisa Mitterhuber is working as a senior scientist in the department of materials for microelectronics at the Materials Center Leoben in Austria. She studied Technical Physics at the University of Technology in Graz from 2010 to 2016. In 2019 she got her Ph.D. degree in materials science at the Montanuniverstät Leoben. During her thesis she was developing a scale-bridging methodology of the thermal transport in microelectronic devices, considering both wafers as well as package level.