GRENOBLE, France – Feb. 25, 2015 – CEA-Leti will present updates on its silicon photonics technology, including its results on “heterogeneously integrated III-V on silicon distributed feedback lasers at 1310nm” and hybridization of electronic and photonic ICs at OFC 2015, March 22-26, at the Los Angeles Conference Center in Los Angeles, Calif.
In addition, Hughes Metras, Leti’s vice president for strategic partnerships, North America, will participate in a panel discussion on “State of the Market/Industry: 2014 in Review,” beginning at 12:30 p.m. on March 24 in the Exhibit Hall. His topic is “The Promises of Silicon Photonics: Current Status and Future Trends.”
Leti staff will be available at booth No. 635 in the Exhibit Hall to elaborate on the results and answer questions.
Launch of the gateone Innovation Action, an innovation service for SMEs
One year after raising 10 times its inital funding goal on Kickstarter ($350,000), iskn delivers its first products and unites renowned investors to accelerate its growth.
LETI WILL PRESENT 17 PAPERS AT 2014 IEDM; THE HIGHEST-EVER TOTAL INCLUDES FOUR INVITED PAPERS
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Hélène Michel, professor at the Grenoble Ecole de Management (GEM) and chairwoman for Serious Games and Innovation, received second place for the MBA Innovation Awards given by the Association of MBAs (AMBA), one of the three main accreditation services for MBA programs in the world. Bestowed on October 30, 2014, the award recognizes the creation of the Nanorider game by CEA-Leti and GEM.
GRENOBLE, France – Oct. 9, 2014 – IRLYNX and CEA-Leti today announced they have launched a technology-development partnership for a new CMOS-based infrared technology that will allow a new type of smart and connected detectors in buildings and cities.
Long-time CEA Executive Will Emphasize Disruptive Technologies and Positioning Leti as ‘Global Standard in Micro- and Nanotechnologies and Connectivity’
GRENOBLE, France – Oct.7th , 2014 – CEA-Leti announced today that Marie-Noëlle Semeria has been named the institute’s CEO, succeeding Laurent Malier.
Leti and LUCIOM Focusing on High-data-rate Bidirectional Transceivers for Enriched LiFi Applications
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