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Ninth Annual Leti Day to Focus on Microsystems & Sensors, Future Networks, Microelectronics and Imaging Technologies

CEA-Leti will present its latest developments in four fast-growing technology fields and the competitive advantages they offer to its partners at the ninth annual Leti Day in Tokyo on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013.

The Leti Day presentations at Keio Plaza Hotel will focus on:

  • Microsystems & sensors (MEMS & NEMS technology, actuators, optics for chemical sensing and energy harvesting)
  • Future networks (millimeter wave technology, Internet of Things and Cloud of Things)
  • Technology enablers in microelectronics (silicon photonics, 3D technology, FDSOI and associated design)
  • Imaging technologies (Lensfree imaging, x-ray and γ-ray imaging, embedded computing for imaging)

Leti, which is coordinating Europe’s participation in the joint European-Japanese consortium ClouT to create smart cities, said Leti Day in Tokyo will include an overview of Leti developments by Leti CEO Laurent Malier and presentations by leading experts at Japanese companies.

Keynote speakers include:

  • Yoshio Sekiguchi, senior general manager, Micro Devices HQ, OMRON Corp.
  • Laurent Herault, vice president Europe, Leti
  • Jens C. Rasmussen, director, Photonics Laboratory, Network Systems Laboratories, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.
  • Daisuke Ueda, director, Advanced Technology Research Laboratories, Panasonic Corp.

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