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June 01 2019

French Chemistry Society recognizes young researcher from Phelma

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Vivien Gatard graduated from Grenoble Institute of Technology’s Phelma engineering school in 2018. He recently won the French Chemistry Society’s “Master’s in Electrochemistry Internship” award for the Master’s thesis he completed during his internship at LEPMI (a lab specializing in the electrochemistry and physiochemistry of materials and interfaces). While Vivien was enrolled in the Physics-Nanosciences […] >>

June 01 2019

Patents: CEA remains very active

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France’s National Industrial Property Institute (INPI) released its 2018 ranking of patent filers. The CEA held on to its fourth-place ranking, coming in just behind three industrial corporations (Valeo, PSA, and Safran) with 674 patent applications published. This was the CEA’s best year ever with the exception of 2016 and 2017 (684 applications). It is […] >>

June 01 2019

IRIG researchers awarded three ERC Advanced grants

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Of the 31 ERC Advanced grants awarded by the European Research Council (ERC) to researchers in France at the end of March, five were given to researchers in Grenoble, and three went to researchers at IRIG. Martin Blackledge is investigating the structural and dynamic behavior of viral-replication machines. Renaud Demadrille is developing dye-sensitized photovoltaic cells […] >>

June 01 2019

Deposition techniques: ALD gains traction

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Atomic layer deposition (ALD) has become a technique of choice for depositing very thin films. However, the technique does have the disadvantage of being very slow. For the first time ever, speeding up the process appears to be within reach. A recent article by David Muñoz-Rojas (LMGP), Tony Maindron (Leti), and other ALD experts outlined […] >>

June 01 2019

Deep learning a threat to hardware encryption

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Deep learning could be used to crack the encryption codes used to safeguard secure products. Leti’s CESTI* studied the threat in research that recently resulted in a PhD dissertation that earned broad international recognition. The research focused on attacks via auxiliary channels. These attacks log massive amounts of data on a chip’s electricity consumption and […] >>
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