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Cea-Leti and UnitySC today announced a four-year extension of their collaboration to further advance metrology-inspection capabilities per tool, while reducing the tools’ footprint and cost of ownership.
More than 1000 decision-makers attended the plenary sessions, successfully wrapped-up by Cédric Villani, and 10+ technical workshops as part of the Leti Innovation Days event in Grenoble, France from June 24 to 28, 2019.
The world's first solid-electrolyte lithium-ion microbatteries have been developed to meet the needs of specific healthcare applications.
Leti, a research institute of CEA Tech, and Radiall, a global manufacturer of leading-edge interconnect solutions, announced a five-year common lab to design innovative antennas, radio frequency (RF) to meet infrastructure requirements of 5G networks and photonics components for harsh environments.
GRENOBLE, France – June 26, 2019 – Desoutter Industrial Tools and CEA-Leti today announced a precise, new indoor-location system that enables factories to monitor tools in real time and help manage their use by workers to improve efficiency, safety, security and quality control on assembly lines.
Novares unveiled its Nova Car 2 demo car to manufacturers on June 25. The car incorporates around fifteen patented innovations, two of which were developed by CEA Tech institutes.
Global leaders in the communications, lighting, infrastructure and device manufacturing industries announce that they have formed the Light Communications Alliance (LCA) to promote new wireless technologies enabling Light Communications (LC). They will establish and advocate the use of standards for this emerging industry.
A MEMS-type accelerometer capable of measuring acceleration in three directions with a larger field of detection and greater sensitivity than conventional sensors was developed at Leti, a CEA Tech institute.
Researchers from Leti successfully integrated a high-performance chemical sensor on silicon.
The system’s quantum cascade lasers, photoacoustic cell, and photonic circuit take up less than 1 cm3; the conventional system originally took up around a liter.
In mid-May Leti presented a promising micro-LED fabrication technology at a conference in the United States.
The technology would make it possible to fabricate micro-LEDs at a very low cost and transfer the LEDs onto all types of substrates rigid, flexible, transparent, or opaque with no limits on size. In the future, consumers could even order custom TV screens tailored to the size and layout of their living rooms!
A silicon component cabled using wire bonding and encapsulated with a polymer using 3D printing was presented at ECTC 2018 in San Diego
Aledia has been housed at MINATEC Entreprises for seven years. Today, the company is investing €20 million in a 4,000 sq. m facility in Echirolles, near Grenoble.
Startup Scintil Photonics, a spinoff of Leti, a CEA Tech institute, is developing optical communications technologies capable of achieving speeds of 800 Gbit/s at a very competitive cost. The company won the Bpifrance i-lab award in 2018. CEO Sylvie Menezo told us more.
Project Combines CEA-Leti's Semiconductor Development Expertise and Silvaco's SPICE Simulation and Variability Analysis Technologies.
Primosens is a miniaturized and portable gas chromatography system developed under a French government CBRN-E counterterrorism program. It can detect the presence of a given gas in a mixture right at the testing site. The advance also offers potential for use in fields other than counterterrorism.
New Concept Creates All-in-One RGB MicroLEDs, Eliminates Several Transfer Steps to Receiving Substrate & Boosts Performance
Leti, a CEA Tech institute, was selected to supply micro-coolers for CERN’s LHCb experiment, one of four conducted on the synchrotron’s main ring. Leti had previously contributed to the NA62 experiment at CERN.
SEMI partners with imec, CEA-Leti and Fraunhofer to drive innovation and deepen industry alignment on technology roadmaps and international.standards.
The ERC-backed My Cube project is setting its sights on the first-ever in-memory computing technology. The goal is to be able to carry out simple computations directly in a circuit’s memory.
The three-dimensional cell culture images obtained will be used by biologists to study cell self-organization.
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.