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June 07 2022

Leti Innovation Days to put a spotlight on eight semiconductor leaders

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Leti Innovation Days is a much-anticipated event for electronics-industry stakeholders.The past year has been unprecedented, whether it was the component shortage or the dizzying pace of progress on a number of technologies.On June 21 to 23, industry leaders will come together to talk about their company’s tech and strategy choices and, of course, network. Eight […] >>

June 07 2022

Interview: Jérôme Garin, Director, Irig

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You have been at the CEA for 37 years and plan to retire in September. What is your main takeaway? I am really pleased to see that our younger scientists are just as passionate about their work as we were about ours back in the 80s.You can just see it, especially at events like PhD […] >>

June 07 2022

Émile Rivoire ready for 2,500 km of solar-powered cycling

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Émile Rivoire of Phelma’s Class of 2016 is ready for Sun Trip Alpes 2022, a 2,500-km solar-powered cycling adventure. He recently picked up his two CEA-built solar modules which, he hopes, will get him all the way to the finish line without plugging in to the grid.A team at CEA was tasked with building the […] >>

June 07 2022

CEA-Leti partnership with UCLouvain off to a great start

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CEA-Leti and Université Catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain) in Belgium signed a three-year partnership agreement in early 2022 that has already sparked two workshops.A kickoff workshop was held at UCLouvain in March, and a second workshop, which included CEA-Leti lab tours, took place in Grenoble in late May.UCLouvain (not to be confused with nearby IMEC) is […] >>

June 06 2022

World’s first 2D ferromagnetic materials at 229 K

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Researchers at Irig achieved a world first when they grew Fe5GeTe2 thin films on sapphire using molecular-beam epitaxy.They were able to obtain a single-crystal two-dimensional material with controlled composition. Here, the simple bilayer boasts ferromagnetic ordering at temperatures up to 229 K, compared to under 100 K for most 2D magnets made using mechanical exfoliation.France’s […] >>
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