Grenoble off to Korea for Nano-KISS

Categorie(s) : Innovation & Society, News, Research

Published : 1 June 2015

Sorin Cristoloveanu, a research scientist at IMEP-LAHC, is organizing the sixth annual Nano-KISS* summer school from July 13–15 in Daejon, Korea. The program will host 120 participants and leading speakers from around the world, for a full program of talks on microelectronics, nanoelectronics, and sensors.

Cristoloveanu, who spearheaded the Migas summer school, took the helm of Nano-KISS in 2010 at the behest of his Korean counterparts, who wanted to shift away from their habitual focus on the United States and build bridges with other parts of the world—like France! And Grenoble’s scientific community will be well represented at the event. To date, 20 scientists from Leti, Grenoble-Alpes University, and the CNRS are among the confirmed speakers.

Registration is free for Grenoble-based participants.

*Korean International Summer School on Nanoelectronics



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