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Adapted for Spectronite’s X-Series Modem for 5G Systems, the Technology Enables Carrier Aggregation that Provides Radio Links with 10Gb/s Capacity
The 2021 CEA-Leti Scientific Report highlights the major inroads it has made over the past year. Industrial partners will find within the latest R&D available to drive their business value up.
Since September, CEA-Leti and startup Aryballe have been contributing to the European Rose project to design a miniaturized artificial nose.
A CEA-Leti PhD candidate collaborated with scientists from Gipsa-Lab and the UGA psychology and neurocognition laboratory to determine whether acute stress can be detected and assessed using an explainable and interpretable “white box” method or not.
Present in connected speakers and GPS microchips, energy efficient FD-SOI technology has become a microelectronics staple in the past three years. Born in Grenoble at CEA, FD-SOI has now established itself on the smartphone market: it’s at the core of Google’s latest pixel 6 Pro. François Andrieu, an FD-SOI expert, and Eric Mercier, co-leader of the 5G/6G program at CEA, offer explanations.
Odile Allard founded Fluoptics in 2009. A CEA-Leti spin-off, which became a world leader in fluorescence imaging for thyroid surgery.
CEA-Leti has been developing photonics on silicon nitride for several years now. Today, the technology is mature enough to address growing demand for high-performance chips.
The EU H2020 PANBioRA project, which will be completed at the end of 2021, is making advances that will one day help doctors optimize the biomaterials used to make medical implants on a patient-by-patient basis.
CEA-Leti invites decision makers on the lookout for innovative and promising chip-based R&D, as well as editors, analysts and entrepreneurs to peruse the institute's reader-friendly "2021 Highlights" report
The Clinatec endowment fund has earned the support of several patrons, including the Covea mutual insurance company, since 2020.
Primo1D miniaturizes RFID devices to integrate them into a textile thread, a true alternative to the detachable and cumbersome RFID tag.
The problem with implantable medical monitoring devices for organs like the eye, brain, or heart, is that the power sources are often larger than the actual sensors.
SET (Smart Equipment Technology) is a small high-accuracy semiconductor process equipment company based in Haute-Savoie in the French Alps. This CEA-Leti and IRT Nanoelec partner recently signed an agreement with SUSS MicroTec to develop the NEO HB flip-chip machine for die-to-wafer (D2W) hybrid bonding.
Research conducted as part of the EU SmartRepro project has resulted in an ear patch that can detect hormone fluctuations in cows.
ISKN, now AMI, revolutionized the relationship between physical objects and the digital world through a smart “Slate” that digitizes drawings, notes, and sketches in real time.
CEA, in collaboration with CNRS Néel, a leading team in SI-based quantum computing, presented two papers on that topic at IEDM 2021, including an invited paper that identifies the material and integration challenges facing large-scale Si quantum computing. The second paper presents a novel Si quantum device integration that reduces by half the effective gate pitch and provides full controllability in 1D FDSOI quantum dot (QD) arrays.
CEA-Leti, a CEA microelectronics research institute, will introduce a smart, integrated multi-sensor system for knee implants at CES 2022 that can help surgeons more accurately position the implant, dramatically reduce risk of follow-up surgery, and enhance rehabilitation.
CEA-Leti has reported the world’s-first demonstration of 16-kbit ferroelectric random-access memory (FeRAM) arrays at the 130nm node that advances this energy-saving technology closer to commercialization. The breakthrough includes back-end-of-line (BEOL) integration of TiN/HfO2:Si/TiN ferroelectric capacitors as small as 0.16 µm², and solder reflow compatibility for the first time for this type of memory.
CEA-Leti has developed an innovative secure integrated circuit packaging technology that protects against eavesdropping and electromagnetic interference attacks.
This digital sniffer can recognize thousands of smells from the most delicate (flowers, perfumes, fruits and monitoring their ripening) to the less pleasant (putrefaction, ammonia, etc.).
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.