Schneider Electric executive Christel Heydemann tours IRT Nanoelec

Christelle Heydemann, President of Schneider Electric France and member of Schneider Electric’s Executive Committee, toured IRT Nanoelec with Schneider Electric’s Sylvain Paineau, EMEA Open Innovation & Business Incubation Director. The tour gave IRT Nanoelec a chance to present the cybersecurity and digital trust projects through its Education & Training and PULSE programs. There was also… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec at Entreprises du Futur conference show in Lyon

IRT Nanoelec attended the third Entreprises du Futur conference held in Lyon on April 18, 2018. This conference was attended by a well-rounded audience representing 3,500 small to mid-sized businesses, 300 startups, and 200 corporations and research centers. IRT Nanoelec joined forces with Brunet and Akéoplus to facilitate a workshop entitled “IA and Blockchain: Driving… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

Integrating lasers onto photonic circuits

Some major advances in the integration of optical and photonic components onto silicon have been made over the past several years. A number of demonstrators have been built and tested, from low-loss waveguides, couplers, and other passive components to fast optoelectronic components like photodetectors and modulators operating at 25 Gbps in industrial environments and at… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

The three-question interview with Sven Salomon, Head of R&D Partnerships, EasyMile

You recently became an IRT Nanoelec partner. Tell us about your company. EasyMile was founded in 2014. We combine state-of-the-art software engineering and robotics tools and practices to develop innovative driverless vehicle solutions. EasyMile designed, developed, and commercialized the EZ10 driverless shuttle—a public road transportation solution that is practical, economical, and environmentally friendly. Today, EasyMile… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

Two workshops held during Leti Innovation Days

IRT Nanoelec was one of the organizers of two satellite workshops held during Leti Innovation Days on July 2-3, 2018 at MINATEC. The purpose of the two workshops was to bring academic researchers and industrial R&D professionals together to share their latest results and achievements at the state of the art in a given field…. Lire la suite » ... Read more »

EasyMile a new member of the IRT Nanoelec consortium

March 2018 saw a new member, EasyMile, join the IRT Nanoelec consortium. EasyMile was founded in 2014. This innovative company supplies driverless vehicle solutions, with services that encompass the design, development, sale, implementation, operation, and maintenance of automated transportation systems. The systems can be based on different types of driverless vehicles equipped with embedded software… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec partner Mentor Graphics wins award

“For the third-year in a row, Mentor, a Siemens business won 3DInCites’ EDA Supplier of the Year Award. 3DInCites is a publication dedicated to coverage of the 2.5/3D IC industry. The award is not only for the products Mentor creates for companies designing and manufacturing 2.5/3D ICs, but is also for Mentor’s efforts to grow… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec joins EARIV

IRT Nanoelec has joined EARIV, the European Analytical Research Infrastructures Village. IRT Nanoelec and its PAC-G platform for advanced characterization in Grenoble have joined the European Analytical Research Infrastructures Village to promote access to Europe’s research infrastructures—which include some of the most advanced instruments in the world—by businesses. The initiative was unveiled at #RISofia2018 to… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

Stéphane Moreau joins ITRS 2.0 working group on electromigration in heterogeneous integrations

Stéphane Moreau, a researcher at IRT Nanoelec partner Leti, has joined the ITRS 2.0 committee. Stéphane will contribute his in-depth knowledge of electromigration issues arising from heterogeneous 3D integrations (the three-dimensional packaging of single and multiple chips). His experience developing technology under the IRT Nanoelec 3D Integration program will be crucial to the International Technology… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec attends inter-IRT meeting on artificial intelligence

The meeting, held on March 20 in Paris, is part of a strategy to develop an inter-IRT initiative on artificial intelligence, with the ultimate goal of supporting enterprises in order that they integrate this technology into their products and services. Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be used across virtually all industries, with applications in transportation, healthcare,… Lire la suite » ... Read more »