Drug testing can now be performed in as little as one hour with this highly precise microchip.
Leti's industry and academic peers recognized its outstanding work on advanced optoelectronic systems during a premiere microelectronic packaging event in Grenoble.
Leti, a CEA Tech institute, contributed to the development of the Gravity interferometer. The instrument, which is installed at the ESO's* Very Large Telescope Interferometer (VLTI) in Chile, makes it possible to observe the stars gravitating around the black hole in the center of the Milky Way.
FDXcelerator ecosystem will facilitate 22FDXTM system-on-chip (SoC) design and reduce time-to-market for its customers.
Leti, a CEA Tech institute, developed the world's first modem capable of providing broadband internet access in rural areas and developing countries, thanks to an innovative technology called TV White Space.
In 2015, Leti coordinated approximately 110 innovation projects serving French and European industry in fields ranging from hardware to embedded systems and software technologies.
Leti, a CEA Tech institute, has come up with a method for troubleshooting background-noise-related disturbances in NEMS electromechanical nanoresonators. The new method will pave the way for further performance enhancements. The research was published in Nature Nanotechnology.
This annual spring event unlocked System Reliability and Security concerns for industry, with a variety of presentations and discussions about enabling a safe connected world.
Leti researchers have recently demonstrated that k-photoelectron emission microscopy (k-PEEM) measurements with laboratory sources were more reliable than with synchrotron radiation thanks to an advanced methodology combining three techniques.
Leti taps into nature's 4 billion years of R&D to develop better sensors with a four-year Carnot visiting research chair.