STMicroelectronics’ Tours, France plant featured in French business daily les Echos

STMicroelectronics announced that it had launched production of new power components at its Tours, France plant. The components will target embedded energy systems for the automotive market. A new 100 sq. m building at STMicroelectronics’ Tours, France plant will be entirely dedicated to the fabrication of GaN (gallium nitride) power components on 200 mm wafers… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

SET at Semicon Taiwan trade show

IRT Nanoelec partner SET was at Semicon Taiwan from September 18 to 20, 2019. SET showcased its latest machine, the NEO HB automatic flip-chip hybrid/direct bonder, at Semicon Taiwan. The machine offers very high precision after assembly (± 1 µm @ 3 sigma), high throughput (hundreds of chips per hour), and very low particle contamination… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

Easytech attends Sport Unlimitech

Talking about what sports will look like in the future is one thing. Experiencing it is another! Sport Unlimitech, the first-ever trade show dedicated to sports and innovation, was held at Matmut Stadium in Lyon from September 19 to 21. The program included lectures, exhibitors, demonstrations, and—of course—sports. The event, created by French rugby player… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

IIoT Security project presented at RESSI conference on May 15, 2019 at MINATEC in Grenoble

The RESSI conference (Rendez-Vous de la Recherche et de l’Enseignement de la Sécurité des Systèmes d’Information) is for French-speaking academic and research communities involved with IT system security. This year’s conference, held on the MINATEC campus in Grenoble, brought in around a hundred people, and the program addressed the latest research, PhD dissertation topics, and… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec takes part in meeting on fault injection attacks

A day-long meeting (JAIF 2019) on fault injection attacks was held on May 23, 2019 at MINATEC in Grenoble. The day-long meeting on fault injection attacks followed two previous conferences on the same topic (SERTIF 2016 in Grenoble and JAIF 2018 in Paris). The purpose of the meeting was to bring together France’s security system… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec collaboration with G2ELab

The IRT Nanoelec POWERGAN program recently began working with Grenoble Institute of Technology’s G2ELab on GaN/Si (gallium nitride epitaxied on a silicon substrate) power electronics. G2ELab, Grenoble Institute of Technology’s power electronics lab, has joined the POWERGAN program. The arrival of this new member will push POWERGAN to new levels of excellence and support the… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

The three-question interview with: Jean-Luc Jaffard, CTO, Prophesee

Tell us a little bit about your company, Prophesee. Prophesee was founded in 2014 to commercialize technologies developed at the Institut de la Vision. Our company is the inventor of the world’s most advanced neuromorphic vision systems. Our sensors and artificial intelligence algorithms are protected by 51 patents and mark the beginning of a new… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

RnDynEO: A serious game for industrial companies

The RnDynEO serious game has brought the IRT Nanoelec education and training program an innovative response to some major challenges industrial companies are currently grappling with. The game also meets companies’ organizational needs in today’s highly competitive international business environment. The RnDynEO project was initiated in response to a very clear need identified by STMicroelectronics… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

Pulse| RISC-V Meeting

IRT Nanoelec hosted the second RISC-V Meeting in Paris on October 1rst & 3, 2019. RISC-V is a 32, 64, or 128 bit open source instruction set architecture (ISA). RISC-V specifications can be used freely for teaching, research, and commercial purposes. Over the past several years, RISC-V has stood out for its role in microprocessor… Lire la suite » ... Read more »

IRT Nanoelec consortium welcomes new member, Aledia

Aledia joined the IRT Nanoelec consortium in June 2019. Aledia develops LED (light-emitting diode) technologies for displays. The company leverages its unique 3D GaN (gallium nitride) nanowire on silicon architecture to deliver high image quality, unrivalled brightness both indoors and out, and very low energy consumption. The company addresses the connected watch, telephone, TV, and… Lire la suite » ... Read more »