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Working with researchers at Politecnico di Milano, CEA-Leti has developed the world's smallest-footprint MEMS gyroscope that is capable of providing navigation-grade performance. The researchers were able to meet these specifications with a sensor footprint of only 1.3 mm2 by leveraging nano-resistive sensing.
CEA-Leti Launches Direct Analysis to Bring Speed And Efficiency to Food-Safety Testing - Press ReleaseJune 02, 2021
70th Startup Highlights the World-Class, Basic-Research Institute’s Culture of Encouraging Entrepreneurship Among its Scientists.
CEA-Leti Reports High-Performance Gyroscope For Automotive, Aeronautic, and Industrial Applications - NewsJanuary 26, 2021
World’s First NEMS-Based Gyroscope Operates at 50 kHz in Severe Environments
CEA-Leti announced that its scientists have demonstrated a machine-learning technique exploiting what used to be considered non-ideal traits of RRAM devices. This overcomes barriers in the development of RRAM-based edge-learning systems.
CEA-Leti Announces Demo of Full Data-Transfer Silicon Photonics Module Delivering 100 Gb/s and Develops Building Blocks for Tb/s - OtherJune 23, 2020
According to the company, this demonstration opens the way to technology that allows a reduction in the cost, the power consumption.
VLSI 2020 Paper Details First Proof of Integration of FDSOI CMOS Devices Processed at 500°C, for Further 3D Monolithic Integration.
CEA-Leti Demonstrates Architecture for HPC Devices Using Gate-All-Around Nanosheet Fabrication Process - NewsJune 15, 2020
CEA-Leti demonstrated a fabrication of a gate-all-around (GAA) nanosheet device. The new device is to be used as an alternative to FinFET technology.