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October 03 2017

Growing numbers of Phelma students opt for work-study programs

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Work-study programs are increasingly popular at Grenoble Institute of Technology’s Phelma engineering school. This year, 21 students were admitted into the work-study program, up from 14 the previous year, exceeding the school’s target. While the program mainly focuses on integrated systems design, its name was recently changed to Electronics, Microelectronics, and Telecommunications (EMT). Graduates of […] >>

October 03 2017

Women in Science competition: Now is the time to enter

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To promote the “Women in Science” collection recently created at the Phelma library, APMST, a French non-profit group promoting gender equality in the sciences, is running an original competition to get people reading! Both women and men are eligible to enter. Participants must read one of the 49 books in the collection and do a […] >>

October 03 2017

Grenoble strengthens ties with Latin America

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 The NanoAndes school has been held every year since 2010. This November, a new school, MEMS-AL, will kick off in Bogota. Research scientists from Leti and Grenoble-Alpes University will teach students the basics of MEMS, IoT, and Big Data over the five days of the session. NanoAndes, held in Buenos Aires, will cover nanomaterials and […] >>

October 02 2017

New introductory-level book on electronic measurement systems

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Davide Bucci is a lecturer at Grenoble Institute of Technology’s Phelma engineering school, where he teaches several electronics, microelectronics, and guided optics courses. He also conducts research at IMEP-LaHC. And he is now author of a book published by Wiley-ISTE:  Analog Electronics for Measuring Systems. The 180-page book, intended for a readership with some prior […] >>

October 02 2017

NanoMada: MINATEC exports its know-how to Madagascar

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The MINATEC Nanolab consortium (which includes the CEA, MINATEC, CIME Nanotech, and 40-30), created to support developing countries, is helping to set up a micro and nanotechnology lab in Madagascar. The project includes the 2017 NanoMada school to be held in Antananarivo from November 9–14. Some 50 Master’s and PhD students will attend lecture and lab […] >>
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