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It is very likely that integrated photonics will drive major advances in VR hardware. CEA-Leti’s latest transparent silicon nitride components, developed for a project on smart glasses, certainly appear to be going in that direction.
CEA-Leti and CEA-Irig developed a lensless imager that will be modified for use in sub-Saharan Africa, with its particularly harsh climate. The low-cost device can rapidly identify bacterial strains.
A phase change memory (PCM) developed for embedded computing was co-integrated with a back-end selector—a first.
CEA, Soitec, GlobalFoundries and STMicroelectronics working together to define technology and ecosystem roadmap.
CEA-Leti recently helped developed a photonic detection system that meets the requirements of space missions. The research, part of the EU H2020 Holdon project, will help democratize atmospheric LiDAR.
While quantum computers have become the Holy Grail in the quantum field, there is a much more advanced branch which harnesses the same properties, that of quantum sensors. In fact, these have become one of the key technological solutions in the quantum computer quest, not just to detect encoded information, but also in telecommunications or medical imaging, and numerous other applications.
CEA and C12 Quantum Electronics, a startup focused on developing the next-generation of quantum computers using carbon nanotubes, today announced a partnership to produce the first multi-qubit chips at wafer scale.
CEA-Leti today announced that Elisa Vianello, senior scientist and Edge AI program coordinator, has received a €3 million grant from the European Research Council (ERC) to build nanoscale memory devices inspired by insect nervous systems for such applications as consumer robotics, implantable medical diagnostic microchips and wearable electronics.
A solution to the problem of excessive variability in ReRAM (resistive memory) could be found in Mott insulators, metals that conduct electricity in theory, but that turn out to be insulators.
Diabeloop obtained French national health insurance approval for its DBLG1 closed-loop automated insulin therapy device (DBLG1) in September.
The ability to maintain human cells and organoids (which replicate the functioning of in vivo organs) in culture could help advance personalized medicine and provide an alternative to animal testing.
Scintil Photonics creates fully integrated silicon-based photonic circuits. In short, these circuits contain all the components that are required for optical communications, from lasers to modulators and photodetectors. The startup’s integrated circuits have two key advantages: they are quicker and less costly than existing solutions.
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 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.