Leti’s Direction joins Leti/DCOS Division’s VP in congratulating Sylvain Barraud for winning the 2014 IEEE EDS Paul Rappaport Award for his work in multi-Core/Shell-(SiGe/Si) nanowire transistors. This award recognizes the best scientific paper targeting IEEE transactions on electron devices. The article was selected from more than 600 papers published in 2014.
LETI, Imec and other partners have successfully completed a three-year program (2012 - 2015) making more accessible a variety of silicon photonics technologies for industry and academia worldwide.
London, July 15 2015 – mmMAGIC, an international consortium led by Samsung and bringing together key vendors and major European operators has kicked off its race to develop concepts and key components for a new 5G mobile radio access technology which is expected to operate in a range of frequency bands between 6 and 100 GHz, including mm-Wave frequencies. The use of such extremely high frequencies for mobile communications is challenging but necessary for supporting 5G’s extreme mobile broadband service which will require very high (up to 10 Gbps) data rates, and in some scenarios, also very low end-to-end latencies (less than 5 ms). The project aims to accelerate standardisation of millimeter wave technologies for 5G so that the industry and citizens will benefit from commercialisation by 2020.
Simon Deleonibus, Research Director at CEA Leti’s Components and technology division, has been selected Fellow of The Electrochemical Society (ECS), class 2015, in recognition of his world-class career. This is a mark of high distinction conferred by his peers in recognition of his scientific achievement throughout his carrier and service to the ECS. Formal recognition of this honor will take place during the Plenary Session of the 228th ECS Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, USA in October 2015.
CEA-Leti announced today that it will continue a collaboration with Illumina, Inc.,(NASDAQ:ILMN) a leading global genomics company headquartered in San Diego, California, on sequencing technologies for both life science research and advancing human health.
Technology for Tomorrow’s Market Opportunities and Challenges: LetiDays Grenoble Presents the Possibilities.
June 24-25 Event Includes Focus on IoT-Augmented Mobility and Leti’s Latest Results on Silicon Technologies, Sensors, Health Applications and Smart Cities
DDIVA project, labelled by the Global Competitive Cluster Minalogic (Grenoble-France) has been selected for the 18th FUI (Single Inter-Ministry Fund) call for projects.
The partners of the project, CEA-Leti, AVALUN (project leader), DIAGAST, DIAGNOSTICA STAGO et SYNTHELIS, met on February the 2th for the kick off meeting of the project which will last 3 years. This project aim at developing an innovating and portable in vitro diagnosis device which will enable multi testing using a blood drop.
IPRASENSE launched Cytonote, a breakthrough solution for real time monitoring of cell cultures.
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