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Leti, a leading global research center committed to creating and commercializing innovation in micro - and nanotechnologies, is hosting a workshop on innovative memory technologies at MINATEC during Minatec Crossroads'10 events on Monday, June 21.

Leti Workshop on Innovative Memory Technologies to Include Presentations by STMicroelectronics, Numonyx, Hewlett-Packard and Hanyang University

Grenoble, France | Posted on April 6th, 2010

The workshop will explore the latest achievements in semiconductor memory technologies. Topics will range from short-term to long-term memory solutions, including:

· Floating-gate, charge-trap non-volatile memories for embedded or stand-alone applications.

· Resistive memory technologies such as phase-change memories and oxide-based memories.

· Three-dimensional integration approaches to increase memory density

· Innovative ideas covering thin-film memories, molecular memories, bio-inspired memories and new architectures.

The workshop also will feature presentations by leaders in the global memory industry:

STMicroelectronics, Numonyx, HP and Hanyang University.

The workshop is part of the 3rd Minatec Crossroads'10 June 21-25. For more information about the Minatec Crossroads'10 and the memory workshop, including registration options, visit:

www.minatec-crossroads.com/innovativememory

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About CEA Leti
CEA is a French technological research public organisation, with activities in three main areas: low carbon energies, technologies for information and healthcare, and defence and security. Leti, a CEA laboratory located in Grenoble, is one of the main European applied research centers in electronics. More than 85% of its activity is devoted to industrial research with 350 contracts a year. Since its creation in 1967, Leti has led to the creation of more than 30 start-ups in high-technology. The main areas of activity are micro- and nano-technologies for microelectronics (more Moore, More than Moore and Beyond CMOS), technologies, design and integration of microsystems, photonics and imaging technologies, micro- and nano-technologies for biology and health, communication technologies and nomadic objects. Leti operates with an annual budget of 200 M€ and employs 1,000 people with, in addition, more than 600 external collaborators (postgraduates, research and corporate partners). Leti has 8,000m˛ of clean rooms, an equipment portfolio worth 200 M€ and invests more than 40 M€ a year on new equipment. Leti has a dynamic Intellectual Property policy and has filed more than 250 new patent applications in 2008.

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+33 4 38 78 31 95


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