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Leti, a CEA Tech institute, recently outfitted the particle detectors for CERN’s renowned NA62 experiment with silicon cooling circuits. This remarkable achievement will pave the way for future cooperation with CERN on other higher-profile experiments.
Greenfield Technology turned to Leti, a CEA Tech institute, to develop an electronic delay component with picosecond resolution. The development will help the company address new markets from a position of competitive advantage.
A new software application capable of simulating how battery pack components’ electrical characteristics will evolve over several years has been developed by Liten, a CEA Tech institute. The software will be useful in accurately predicting battery pack performance over time.
Non-destructive testing (NDT) is crucial to controlling product quality and integrity. To be effective, NDT methods must effectively address the complex issue of interpreting results. List, a CEA Tech institute, has developed meta-modelling software that can automatically classify defects. The software will serve as the foundation for a future real-time diagnostics system.
Bolivia is home to a large proportion of the world’s lithium reserves. Bolivian state mining corporation YLB (Yacimientos de Litio Bolivianos) has acquired the equipment and know-how required to establish a local lithium industry.
In research conducted under the EU PLAT4M project, Leti, a CEA Tech institute, helped develop a new silicon photonics platform addressing optical communications for high-performance computing. The developments will reduce component costs while improving speed and energy consumption.
Leti, a CEA Tech institute, will provide access to its Mentor Veloce emulator to European chip manufacturers, who will benefit from direct access to the latest technology and be able to test their designs at the early stages, shortening time to market.
Liten, a CEA Tech institute, helped develop and/or manufacture three types of batteries to power a terrestrial robot for France’s Directorate General for Armaments.
Exagan, a spinoff of Soitec and Leti, a CEA Tech institute, appears to have a bright future on the power electronics market. Named 2017 startup of the year by Ernst & Young, Exagan is scaling up a technology that could speed up the widespread adoption of GaN components.
Leti, a technological research institute at CEA Tech that has launched more than 60 startups, has created a Medtech Entrepreneur-In-Residence program to help bring to market creative devices and solutions that will address tomorrow’s healthcare challenges.
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.