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Posted: Jun 07, 2011
Leti to present challenges and opportunities for companies and researchers in key new technologies
(Nanowerk News) Emerging technologies enabled and supported by breakthroughs in microelectronics have opened exciting new markets and research fields for innovative companies and leading researchers.
On June 27-28, CEA-Leti's 13th Annual Review will present the latest results in micro- and nanotechnologies that address the challenges and opportunities in these areas, along with Leti's systems of transferring innovation to industry.
The annual review includes more than 30 presentation topics, including:
Micro Nanotechnologies Landscape, Prof. Alberto Sangiovanni-Vicentelli, UC Berkeley
Imaging the future
More than Imaging: JoŽl Karecki, Philips
Enter the Future of Imaging, Dr. Valťrie Nguyen, Leti
Electronics and sensors for biomedical
Bioproduction by Design, Dr. Christian Valentin, Sanofi-Pasteur
Motion Sensors and Applications: Sam Guilaumť, Movea CEO
Future Nanoelectronics Device Research Challenges and Opportunities, Prof. Yohio Nishi, Stanford University
MEMS & NEMS and Applications, Philippe Andreucci, Leti
Sustainable immersive communication technologies
Holistic Approach of Green Communications, Adel Rouz, Fujitsu
Future compact antennas, Dr. Laurent Dussopt, Leti
Leti leverage for industry
Leti Leverage, an Innovative Path for Industry, Dr. Marie-NoŽlle Semeria, Leti
III-V and silicon for a brighter future, Xavier Hugon, Leti
Other speakers include Prof. Pasquale Pistorio, honorary chairman of STMicroelectronics, and Laurent Malier, CEO of Leti. The two-day event includes a gala dinner on June 27 and networking opportunities where business executives and top researchers can explore new ideas and strategic thinking in the areas of micro- and nanotechnology.