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October 01 2019

How to read and modify a quantum bit, step by step

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A team of researchers from Grenoble (IRIG, Leti, and CNRS) made headlines in 2016 with the world’s first FDSOI qubit device—based on holes rather than electrons—made on a 300 mm CMOS fab line. Now they can read the state of the qubit, too. The researchers used a screen-grid reflectometry method, applying microwave signals to the […] >>

October 01 2019

Startup Rosi wins two awards in one month

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July 2019 was a big month for the founders of startup Rosi, which specializes in the recycling of photovoltaic-industry waste. In the space of just a few days the company won an award from French energy agency ADEME for its Redesign project and the i-Lab 2019 competition, bringing in €600,000 in grants and advances and […] >>

October 01 2019

Assystem joins Grenoble Institute of Technology-Phelma Partners Circle

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International engineering firm Assystem has been very involved in activities at Phelma since the school’s inception. Assystem and Phelma recently signed a partnership agreement that will deepen their cooperation. Assystem will provide financial support and will also contribute actively to academics and career placement by offering Phelma students and graduates internships, jobs, and positions under […] >>

October 01 2019

Substrates: Soitec-Leti innovation center off to a good start

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The Soitec-Leti Substrate Innovation Center opened a year ago. Today it continues to grow, with a team of around a dozen Soitec R&D engineers and substantial support from Leti staff. The Center’s 200 mm and 300 mm equipment, which includes a pilot line entirely dedicated to R&D, has recently expanded to include a Kokusai furnace. […] >>

October 01 2019

Grenoble deep tech ecosystem wins big in i-Lab national innovation competition

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This summer, eight Grenoble-based projects were awarded prizes in the 21st national innovative startup competition, i-Lab. Of the eight, three of the winners were projects from CEA Grenoble labs that had previously received CEA Tech support under the Challenge First Step competition. The three CEA winners of i-Lab are: PowerUp (a battery management and optimization […] >>
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