RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB

RISE is an independent, state-owned research institute. As an innovation partner for the entire society, RISE develops technologies, products, services, and processes contributing to a sustainable world and competitive industry.

Company profile

RISE is a unique mobilization of resources to increase the pace of innovation in our society. By gathering a number of research institutes and over a hundred test beds and demonstration environments under the umbrella of a single innovation partner, RISE create improved conditions for society’s problem solvers.

With 3000 employees who work all over Sweden, RISE develops innovations of tomorrow. Together RISE accelerates the development of new sustainable services, concepts, methods, and products. RISE does this through Sweden’s largest array of testbed facilities, by offering problem solving, expert support, and innovation management, as well as management and coordination of research programmes. As an institute, RISE operates at the juncture of the latest academic research and real societal needs.

Together RISE accelerates the development of new sustainable services, concepts, methods, and products.

Role in the project

RISE is Swedish coordinator for All2GaN. In WP1, RISE will work towards the development of GaN power devices and IC's up to 100V and related substrates. In WP4, RISE will work in the area of integration and packaging of GaN devices, whereas in WP5, RISE will investigate reliability from components to system. For project management, communication, dissemination and exploitation, RISE is also a partner in WP7.

Key contribution

RISE will contribute to All2GaN in following ways:

  • Development of vertical nanowire based HEMT by realizing 2DEG at vertical planes of GaN nanowires. Processing of lateral D-mode and E-HEMT devices by utilizing SweGaN QuanFine technology.
  • Identifying an appropriate rapid prototyping approach to test optimized power package designs.
  • To develop a comprehensive methodology that employs AI and PHM to qualify the reliability of GaN devices.

RISE Research Institutes
of Sweden AB

Brinellgatan 4
50115 Boras


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