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Today’s electronics industry is under pressure to boost processing power, reduce component form factors and power consumption, and keep costs down. CEA Tech’s electronics research focuses on component miniaturization and advanced CMOS technologies like FDSOI and nanowires, as well as density-enhancing 3D circuits. CEA Tech is also developing complex products like non-volatile memory, power components, MEMS and NEMS switches and sensors, and RF technologies for 5G communications networks. Finally, CEA Tech is paving the way for future advances through research on quantum electronics and new computing paradigms like neuromorphic architectures, for example.
CEA Tech research covers all segments of the electronics industry in the broadest sense of the term.
Kalray, which completed its IPO last year, recently signed a distribution contract that will bring its intensive computing solutions for artificial intelligence to the rapidly-growing Chinese market
Leti, a CEA Tech institute, was selected to supply micro-coolers for CERN’s LHCb experiment, one of four conducted on the synchrotron’s main ring. Leti had previously contributed to the NA62 experiment at CERN.
A power transformer with satisfactory thermal performance was produced using powder injection molding (PIM) and a printed-circuit-type industrial assembly. This advance will pave the way to smaller power supply components suitable for a variety of mobile devices.
A review of a decade of research on GaN microdisplays authored by a researcher at CEA Tech institute Leti and published in the Journal of the Society for Information Display recently won a Best Paper award.
A curved sensor that limits the number of lenses required in optical equipment was recently developed. The new sensor reduces the volume of camera modules by half, creating opportunities for the manufacturers of cameras, smartphones, and other optical systems.
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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.