Leti Innovation Days to explore presentations on how microelectronics is fueling innovation

Leti, a technology research institute of CEA Tech, today announced its annual flagship event, Leti Innovation Days, July 4-5 in Grenoble.

This year, the institute will address how microelectronics, Leti’s core activities, are empowering new technological revolutions within industry, changing our daily lives in ways that will shape tomorrow’s global, post-modern society – in other words, how humans interact, commute, consume and much more. This two-day event gathers each year hundreds of top executives for presentations and discussions of the latest tech trends and the outlook for the future. 

Program 2018

From microelectronics to markets and end-users

–        Quantum computing: from lab to fab

–        New advances in materials

–        The virtues of photons

–        Bio-inspired circuits

–        5G: Towards less redundant processing

Sessions during the two-day event also will present novel use cases in personalized healthcare and other fields in a hyper-connected world, as well as live tech demonstrations from Renault, Rossignol and other global industrials.

On the evening of July 4, Arianespace CEO Stéphane Israël will headline a special Leti Innovation Days event about trends and visions for the space industry.

Technical Workshops

In addition, there will be seven satellite workshops on design for 3D, lithography, quantum engineering, silicon photonics, memory, 5G, and MEMS on July 2, 3 and 6.

The full program can be found here.

For free registration, please contact camille.giroud@cea.fr

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