Inn.0tech : discovering micro-electronics
Founded in 2007, Inn.0tech aims to attract young people to the scientific and technical professions through the discovery of the world of micro and nanotechnologies and the semiconductor industry. Grenoble INP’s partners in organizing and funding this program are STMicroelectronics, Soitec, Air Liquide, Applied Materials, Tokyo Electron, MINATEC and the Leti of CEA Tech.
The program takes place over 3 days:
- Two days at the sites of industrial partners: STMicroelectronics and Soitec ;
- One day on the MINATEC site with 6 workshops offered at Grenoble INP-Phelma, CIME Nanotech, LMGP laboratories and IMEP-LAHC: clean room, nanomaterials, hologram, chip design, Fablab.
Innotech hosts 36 students per session (18 boys and 18 girls) accompanied by teachers. A total of 72 students from Grenoble high schools, some of which are in the Priority Education Zone, benefit from this action. Innotech’s originality is that it is an industry initiative that relies on university resources.
Contact : Nathalie.Mathieu@phelma.grenoble-inp.fr