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List, a CEA Tech institute, recently made an advance in quantum-computer programming with the development of a quantum program specification, programming, and formal verification environment.
The latest version of the CIVA non-destructive testing (NDT) software platform developed by List, a CEA Tech institute, has been released. This latest release has a brand-new structural health monitoring (SHM) module developed specifically for metal and composite structures. This is the first SHM tool to be integrated into CIVA.
Lallemand Animal Nutrition announce its partnership with CEA to design NUMCELL. NUMCELL is a technology to quantify live yeast cells within a range of feed materials, free from the time-constraints of culture-based numeration techniques.
Ventilairsec partnered with Liten, a CEA Tech institute, on a residential HVAC solution that takes care of air quality and heating.
At a time when artificial intelligence is making inroads into our everyday lives, List, a CEA Tech institute, is driving advances in cybersecurity that could result in more robust neural networks. CES 2020 provided an opportunity to showcase two demonstrator systems.
When it comes to functionally integrating photovoltaic modules into buildings, it is vital to address architectural concerns. Liten, a CEA Tech institute recently evaluated techniques to improve the appearance of building-integrated photovoltaic solutions.
CIVA*, developed by List, a CEA Tech institute, is the software of choice for non-destructive testing. With a host of new features in the 2020 version, CIVA’s prospects for remaining the world’s leading NDT software suite are excellent.
Nitrogen oxides, produced mainly when diesel fuel is burned, are harmful pollutants. Liten, a CEA Tech institute, recently modified automotive cabin air filters to effectively filter out nitrogen oxides at ambient temperature, improving air quality for drivers and passengers.
In the fight against nuclear terrorism, not all weapons are created equal. To help level the playing field, researchers recently developed a portable detector that is sensitive to both gamma and neutron radiation. Now a single device can be used to detect both types of radiological sources, even in crowds!
CEA-Leti, a CEA Tech institute, unveiled a state-of-the-art demonstrator chip for high-performance computing applications at ISSCC 2020. The low-cost, energy-efficient processor is built on an innovative multi-core system that is both modular and expandable
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.