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State aid: Commission approves plan by France, Germany, Italy and the UK to give €1.75 billion public support to joint research and innovation project in
The MIRPHAB pilot line is a one-stop-shop for mid-infrared detection technologies. It is available to companies that would like to integrate state-of-the-art chemical sensors into their products.
Smart Battery for Electric Cars, Bikes, Robots & Smartphones Powers on Even When Cell Fails
New Curved Image Sensor Technology Reduces Size, Weight & Cost of Digital Cameras – and Improves Image Quality
CEA-Leti has proven that RRAM-based ternary-content addressable memory (TCAM) circuits, featuring the most compact structure developed to date, can meet the performance and reliability requirements of multicore neuromorphic processors.
CEA-Leti has reported breakthroughs in six 3D-sequential-integration process steps that previously were considered showstoppers in terms of manufacturability, reliability, performance or cost.
CEA-Leti today announced during IEDM an extension of its 300mm silicon-based wafer line to open new R&D avenues for its industrial partners.
CEA-Leti and Silvaco Inc. announce a project to create innovative and unified SPICE compact models for the design of advanced circuits using nanowire and nanosheet technologies.
A team of French researchers has demonstrated a new mass-spectrometry technology based on nanomechanical resonators that measures the mass of particles previously beyond the reach of current commercial technology, and which they used to measure the mass of a whole bacteriophage virus capsid.
During the state visit of His Excellency Emmanuel Macron President of the French Republic, the Belgian research center imec and the French research institute CEA-Leti, two world-leading research and innovation hubs in nanotechnologies for industry, announced that they have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that lays the foundation of a strategic partnership in the domains of Artificial Intelligence and quantum computing, two key strategic value chains for European industry, to strengthen European strategic and economic sovereignty.
A micro-hydro turbine designed to be integrated into water distribution networks was developed at Leti, a CEA Tech institute. The turbine harvests energy from the flow of water to power sensors used to monitor the network.
EU Horizon 2020 project REDFINCH is tackling the next generation of miniaturized portable optical sensors to detect gases and proteins in liquid. The sensors under development will initially target the petrochemical and dairy industries.
MIRPHAB, a European Commission project to create a pilot line to fabricate mid-infrared (MIR) sensors by 2020, is accepting proposals from companies that want to develop and prototype new MIR devices that operate in gas and liquid media.
Workshop on disruptive technologies to be held on Dec. 2nd. Invited Paper Will Address Breakthroughs in NEMS Resonators, Spectrometry and 3D Sequential Technologies.
Three ERC Synergy projects, which fund two to four researchers from several laboratories for six years, will be co-lead by the CEA, announced the European Research Council on 23 October 2018. This highly selective program is dedicated to exploratory research and this year, has recognized the CEA’s scientific excellence in the subtle understanding and technological use of the laws of physics, from quantum physics to astrophysics.
CEA-Leti, today announced that its sensiNact Internet of Things (IoT) middleware will be the core of a platform under development in an EU-Korean project that will empower emerging artificial intelligence (AI) applications with on-demand computing at the edge of networks.
Leti and the Taiwanese National Applied Research Laboratories (NARLabs), two key nanotechnology research providers in their respective countries, will explore opportunities for joint research-and-development projects in high-performance computing and networks, photonics, bio-medical nanotechnologies and brain-computer interface. Their scientists will meet in a series of workshops to initiate joint R&D projects. This agreement also includes access to each other’s unique equipment and platforms, and will offer opportunities to researchers with a specific exchange program.
Transdev, a company that specializes in transportation technology, has kicked off a program to characterize and evaluate LiDAR sensors. The testing campaign will lead to improvements in autonomous vehicle performance and safety.
Microbolometers, which are infrared detectors that operate at ambient temperature, were first developed for military and space applications. Today, the devices are making their way into driverless cars, where they are helping improve safety.
Soitec, one of the seven leads of the Nano 2022 plan, and Leti, a CEA Tech institute, recently renewed and expanded their innovative substrate R&D partnership.
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.