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February 05 2019

SOI Academy Shanghai launch a success

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In order to promote FDSOI, their advanced CMOS technology, to Chinese manufacturers, Leti and Soitec are ready and willing to organize events in China. In late November they met with some 200 managers, technicians, and circuit designers in Shanghai. The two-day “SOI Academy” was facilitated by experts from Leti and Soitec, and featured speakers from […] >>

February 04 2019

European microelectronics roadmap ready to roll

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Mission accomplished! EU H2020 project Nereid, coordinated by Grenoble Institute of Technology, has delivered on its promise of creating a fifteen-year European micro and nanoelectronics roadmap. Parts of the European roadmap were included in the IRDS global roadmap. Europe’s major technology research organizations and academic research labs in the field of microelectronics contributed to the […] >>

February 04 2019

Interview: Laurent Fesquet, research scientist, TIMA

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“Rebooting Computing challenges the very foundations of today’s computers”   The ICRC conference, to be held in Grenoble in April, will provide insights into the Rebooting Computing initiative that began in the United States in 2016. What is it all about? The idea is to rethink how computers are designed. Today, most machines are built […] >>

February 04 2019

Scintil Photonics develops faster, more affordable optical interconnects

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Startup Scintil Photonics has set the ambitious goal of developing competitively-priced optical interconnects capable of achieving transmission speeds of 800 Gbit/s. The company, a Leti spinoff currently in incubation, won the Bpifrance i-lab competition in 2018. It was founded by Leti research scientist Sylvie Menezo and former Tronics CEO Pascal Langlois. Scintil Photonics is leveraging […] >>

February 04 2019

MagIA cofounder Sarah Delshadi earns kudos from C’Nano

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The Centre national de compétences en Nanosciences granted the C’Nano 2018 dissertation award in the Completed Research category to Sarah Delshadi in December. Delshadi completed her dissertation on fast immunological diagnostic testing combining superparamagnetic nanoparticles and structured micromagnets at IAB and G2ELab. Earlier research by CNRS and Grenoble Institute of Technology (G2ELab, Institut Néel, and […] >>
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