Special Issue "Single Event Effect Prediction in Avionics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 January 2020) | Viewed by 12124
Interests: electronic reliability; single event effects; radiation effects; semiconductor device; modelling
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The development of the uses of microelectronic circuits, also called avionics, on board aircrafts and spacecrafts has been gaining momentum in recent years. These advanced systems perform various functions, including communication, navigation, flight control, display systems, flight management, etc. There is a great need for advanced avionics in civil, military and space systems. In space, heavy ions, protons, even electrons issued from cosmic rays, solar flares, radiation belts are strong constraints for the reliability (especially Single Event Effects (SEE)) of avionics during a space mission. In the Earth’s atmosphere, primary comic rays interact with the nuclei of atmospheric gases, creating cascades of secondary particles including neutrons, protons, pions, and muons. In addition to space applications, and because of the strong integration of technologies used for microelectronics circuits, SEE risks are a growing concern for atmospheric and ground applications.
This Special Issue on "Single Event Effects Prediction in Avionics"; will solicit review and original articles on the developments of SEE modeling and prediction methodologies that tackle this important topic. In order to provide a dedicated focus, articles that address the evaluation of the practical issues, such as SEE sensitivity trends with technology roadmaps, on-board testing, and prediction tools for hardening through design, are welcome.
Dr. Laurent Artola
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Single Event Effects Prediction tools
- SEE estimations of avionics in aircrafts
- SEE estimations of avionics in spacecrafts
- SEE estimations of avionics in satellites
- On-board testing
- Methodologies for SEE in-flight prediction from ground testing
- Roadmap of the SEE sensitivity of incoming technologies