New partner: Almae Technologies joins IRT Nanoelec consortium

A new partner joined the IRT Nanoelec consortium in December 2017. Almae Technologies specializes in the deposition of III-V materials used in silicon photonics component technology bricks. The company will bring know-how in custom epitaxy techniques and photonic components for telecommunications applications. Almae Technologies is involved in the IRT Nanoelec silicon photonics program. ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec holds national meeting on silicon photonics

IRT Nanoelec held the first-ever national silicon photonics meeting on November 27, 2017 in Paris. The meeting on “Silicon photonics: a breakthrough just over the horizon” was attended by major silicon photonics stakeholders from across France. The meeting was attended by more than 50 people, including representatives of organizations like Nokia, II-V Lab, Orange Lab,… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec in trade publications

IRT Nanoelec was mentioned in several trade publications over the summer: IRT Nanoelec and Infineon partner on sensor fusion for driverless cars: Silicon photonics for datacenters: ... Read more »

Education and Training Strategy Committee

The Education and Training Strategy Committee met in late June. The meeting was also attended by representatives of industrial companies and training providers. The objective was to prepare the IRT Nanoelec Education and Training program roadmap for 2018–2020 based on information that included the education and career placement study completed in early 2017. The decision… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec 2018–2020 roadmap in the works

The year 2017 marks a turning point for IRT Nanoelec. It is this year that we will draw up our 2018–2020 roadmap and ensure that our course for the next two years remains consistent with our longer-term (2021–2025) goals. The process began with a preparatory phase within each of IRT Nanoelec’s programs to determine new… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

Nanocharacterization program at ICNS 2017

ILL (through the Characterization on Large Instruments program) was at ICNS (International Conference on Neutron Scattering) 2017 in Daejeon, South Korea, on July 9–13. The Platform for Advanced Characterization-Grenoble (PAC-G) of the IRT Nanoelec Characterization on Large Instruments program was represented at ICNS (International Conference on Neutron Scattering) 2017. PAC-G was on hand at the… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

D43D’2017 Workshop

The D43D’2017 Workshop (the ninth edition) was held on the MINATEC campus in parallel to Leti Innovation Days. IRT Nanoelec and partners Leti, STMicroelectronics, and Mentor Graphics presented four papers on the latest research in 3D integration and new architectures suitable for computing applications. View the full program here: or at ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec sponsors RESSI information systems security conference

The third RESSI conference on information systems security was held in Autrans, in the Vercors mountains near Grenoble, from May 17 to 19, 2017. The popularity of the event confirmed the community’s desire to grow. The RESSI conference on information systems security brought in 81 attendees (20 PhD candidates, 11 from industrial companies, and 3… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

Blockchain: Work with MIT begins

Leti researcher Christine Hennebert, who has been assigned to the IRT Nanoelec PULSE program’s POC Blockchain project, was at MIT from April 17 to 19, 2017. Hennebert met with researchers from MIT’s OPAL/ENIGMA team to discuss the science and technology of blockchain. They addressed the benefits blockchain can bring, from making data more robust and secure… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec at Leti Innovation Days

IRT Nanoelec participated in Leti’s Innovation Days event held on June 26 and 27 on the MINATEC campus. Leti Innovation Days provided a great showcase for the latest results of IRT Nanoelec’s silicon photonics integration work and offered insights into how the sensor fusion technology under development could shape tomorrow’s driverless cars. The Easytech program had its… Lire la suite » ... Read more »