Leti to Host Workshop on Preparing for the
‘Digital And Energy Transition’ at SEMICON West, July 11
Workshop and Networking Celebration Are Among Several Events Marking
The Institute’s 50th Anniversary in 2017
Leti, a technology research institute at CEA Tech, will host a workshop during SEMICON West 2017, July 11-13, focusing on how microelectronics will influence and address tomorrow’s digital and energy challenges.
As part of the institute’s 50th anniversary events this year, the workshop for invited guests will include special keynotes from Applied Materials and EVG officials, and presentations from Leti senior managers. The workshop will be from 5-9 p.m., July 11, at the W Hotel – 181 3rd St. in San Francisco. A 50th Anniversary Celebration/reception will follow the workshop.
The workshop, “Prepare Your Digital and Energy Transition”, includes:
- Welcome: 50 Years of Pioneering Innovation: “What’s Past is Prologue” – Marie Semeria, CEO, Leti
- Invited Presentation from Applied Materials – Steve Ghanayem, Group Vice President – General Manager, Transistor and Interconnect Group
- Microelectronics & New Materials: Challenges & Opportunities – Bruno Mourey, CTO, Leti
- Density and Efficiency: Technologies and Devices to Address Computing Challenges – Carlo Reita, Technical Marketing and Strategy Director Nanoelectronics, Leti
- GaN On Silicon Technology: A New Era of Energy Conversion – Thierry Bouchet, Power Electronic Strategic Marketing Manager, Leti
- Invited Presentation from EVG – Markus Wimplinger, Corporate Technology Development & IP Director
Leti scientists will be in the European Pavilion, booth #6468 in the North Hall, to meet with partners, editors and other visitors.
In addition, Cédric Dehos will present at TechXPOT North on July 13, during a session on “The Road to 5G Communications and the Next-Generation Cloud: Exponential Growth in Data Volume Demands New Technologies for Computing and Communications.”
His presentation: “Towards 5G HetNet: Stakes, Challenges and Key Enabling Technologies” begins at 10:55 a.m.