innovation for industry
From 10/10/2019 to 10/12/2019
Parvis des sciences, Grenoble, France
For the twelfth consecutive year, the GIANT campus and its partners in Grenoble are mobilizing and organizing the 2019 Science Fair: Saturday, October 12 for the general public free entry and from October 10 to 11 for schoolchildren in Minatec, Parvis Louis Néel in Grenoble.
For the curious and passionate about science of all ages, the Science Parvis 2019 will offer you an overview of scientific research in the fields of energy, new technologies, health, or even biology.
Among thirty stands, you can visit the area proposed by Leti teams and take part in attractive activities! It's an opportunity to manipulate, to wonder ... and to have fun with science.
Come discover :
1. Accelerometers in everyday life
Come discover a giant model of an accelerometer and understand the basic principles that guide your object in relation to the earth. How to switch from portrait to landscape mode on your smart phone? How does your game console controller reproduce your movements? How does your airbag fire?
2. From sand to the chip
Electronic chips are present in many objects of modern life: mobile phones, game consoles, etc. But do you know how, from the quartz sand, they are made? We will explain how, in the clean rooms of Leti, we go from the silicon wafer to the realization of these chips and how we can hold three billion transistors on a chip of just 2cm2.
3. The decoded light
The light as you have never seen it. Our eye only perceives the visible part of the light. But its spectrum extends from X-radiation to radio waves, via UV, infrared. We will illustrate it by 3 applications: IR imaging, LED lighting and "coded" light in optical fibers, to transmit data.
4. Find out what's in your smartphone
What is a mobile phone? More specifically, what are the technical evolutions and associated trades? So many questions and answers on this stand offered by Leti's laboratories.
5. Drops and bubbles to handle cells and globules
On-chip labs are miniaturized devices that can perform tasks normally reserved for a laboratory. They respond to current issues in health and environment: analyze a drop of blood or water, detect bacteria in the air or in food ... Experiments will illustrate the phenomena involved and their applications.
6. Sensors at the service of intelligent construction
Accelerometers, magnetometers and gyrometers are at the heart of new generation construction sites. Discover, through different models and simulations, the impact of sensors in intelligent construction.
Visit the site of Sciences Fair and discover the program: http://parvis-des-sciences.com/
Tram B - "Cité internationale"3 Parvis Louis NéelGrenoble INP amphitheatre - Phelma and MINATEC house38000 Grenoble
Palazzo di Toppo Wassermann, Università degli Studi di Udine, Udine, Italy.
Leti is pleased to offer a workshop on "Advanced Simulations for Emerging Non-Volatile Memory Technologies" during the 2019 IEEE SISPAD conference. FREE REGISTRATION. As an official satellite event of the IEEE SISPAD conference, the workshop will held on Tuesday, September 3rd, from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm, Palazzo di Toppo Wassermann, Università degli Studi di Udine, Udine, Italy.
CEA Leti, Minatec Campus, 3 Parvis Louis Néel, 38054 Grenoble, France.
E\PCOS conference brings the phase change community together to discuss the latest R&D available in that specific area and their potential applications.
Espace Champerret, Paris, France
Looking for an R&D partner to get started on your innovation project or bring your project to maturity?
RENDEZ-VOUS CARNOT 2019 is made for you! This event brings together 38 French research institutes dedicated to large, medium and small enterprises. Join Leti Booth and learn more about the institute R&D offer for industry.
Meet Leti and his partner VNano at CPhI and discover ou partnership on Lipidots® technology, versatile and biocompatible lipid-based delivery system nanoparticles for bio-medical applications.
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.