Grenoble deep tech ecosystem wins big in i-Lab national innovation competition
Categorie(s) : Industry, Life @ MINATEC, News
Published : 1 October 2019
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 solution developed with Liten), Worms (thin-layer piezoelectric touch sensors developed with Leti), and Wise-Integration (GaN/Si integrated circuits for USB-C power components developed with Leti).
Several other winning projects incubated at Grenoble-Alps tech-transfer company Linksium also have ties to MINATEC stakeholders, like Hymag’In (founded by two Grenoble Institute of Technology-Phelma graduates) and Rosi (see article in this issue).