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Design: Leti and Silvaco set up joint lab
Weighing viruses is not as easy as it looks
Germanium-tin could be a winning combination for silicon photonics
Noisy cracks, rough material
Leti focuses on embedded artificial intelligence
Life-sized IoT experiments underway at Maison MINATEC
300 mm: Leti brings state-of-the-art technology to industry
Thanks to Nano 2022 initiative funding, Leti will complete installation of its first wave of 30 pieces of 300 mm microelectronics equipment in 2019. The equipment will expand Leti’s technological capabilities, positioning the institute to address tomorrow’s innovations.
The Nano 2022 initiative, financed by the CEA, the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Regional Council, and the French government via the Directorate General for Enterprise, is spectacular in scope and in terms of its budget. The...
Rebooting Computing challenges the very foundations of today’s computers
“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 on the von Neumann architecture. This architecture was invented in 1945 to perform exact computations, something that uses a...