Academic center for Microelectronics and Nanotechnology
The CIME Nanotec is a joint research and education platform dedicated to microelectronics and nanotechnology. The mission of the center is to offer state of the art facilities to support research and education in the fields of integrated devices for nanoelectronics and systems, biochips, integrated circuits design and test, nanocaracterisation, smart devices, sensors and actuators, MEMS and NEMS, hyper-frequency and guided optics. The center is part of a national network providing service to micro and nanotechnology research and education community. The CIME Nanotech hosts every year around 1800 people coming from 12 universities nationwide and from 30 laboratories (LMGP, TIMA, IMEP-LAHC, Spintec, CEA, CNRS,…). The center is jointly operated by the Grenoble Institute of Technology and the Université Joseph Fourier of Grenoble and receives the support of the IRT Nanoelec since 2012.
> Key figures
- 1750 students and 200 researchers welcomed each year
- 77 training programs for all the country
- 19 laboratories
- More than 141600 hours of work
- A network of 8 technical platforms : Clean rooms, characterization, nanoworld, design and tests, communicating objects, microwave radiation, optoelectronic and optical link, biotechnologies, microsystems and sensors.