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GRENOBLE, France, January 14th, 2020 — Teledyne e2v, a Teledyne Technologies [NYSE: TDY] company and global innovator of imaging solutions, announces its new Emerald 36M, a 37.7 Megapixel image sensor specifically designed for demanding industrial and outdoor applications requiring both high resolution and high speed. Emerald 36M uniquely combines 6k... Read more
Published on: 2020-01-14
In March, a scientific note on Quantum technologies was published by the Parliamentary Office for the Evaluation of Scientific and Technological Options (OPECST) highlighting the current status on quantum technologies advancements as well as the worldwide and French public and private initiatives. ID Quantique contributed to this note, together with... Read more
Published on: 2019-05-02
REDFINCH yields prototype portable photo-acoustic sensor for gas detection and analysis  Semiconductor TodayGrenoble-based micro- & nanotechnology R&D center CEA-Leti has announced the development of a prototype miniaturized, portable optical sensor for the ...... Read more
Published on: 2019-03-20
Teledyne e2v’s military qualified version of NXP’s LS1046A processor, guarantees its operation at -55°C to 125°C for Aerospace and Defence Applications. 4th March 2019, Grenoble, France – Teledyne e2v, an aerospace qualified manufacturer of advanced semiconductors, has qualified and released the first upscreened processor from NXP’s new Layerscape® Series, the... Read more
Published on: 2019-03-04
Meet us at the European Quantum Technology Conference 2019 in Grenoble, France.February 18th –  22nd (2019) The post Meet us at the EQTC19 in Grenoble appeared first on kiutra.... Read more
Published on: 2019-02-12
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Meet us at the European Quantum Technology Conference 2019 in Grenoble, France.February 18th –  22nd (2019) The post Meet us at the EQTC19 in Grenoble appeared first on kiutra.... Read more
Published on: 2019-02-12
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Meet us at the European Quantum Technology Conference 2019 in Grenoble, France. February 18th –  22nd (2019) The post Meet us at the EQTC19 in Grenoble appeared first on kiutra.... Read more
Published on: 2019-02-12
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REDFINCH Consortium Detects Gas with Light, Sound  Photonics.comGRENOBLE, France, Nov. 26, 2018 — Events such as the Port of Rizhao gas plant explosion in China that killed 173 people and injured hundreds of others in ...... Read more
Published on: 2018-11-26
Pour la seconde année consécutive, le réseau RéMiSoL (voir ci-dessous), avec le soutien du CEA LETI, de l’IEMN et de partenaires industriels (NanoAndMore, Zurich Instruments), a proposé une action nationale de formation (ANF) CNRS le 7 et 8 Novembre sur le thème de la microscopie à sonde de Kelvin (KFM... Read more
Published on: 2017-11-29
Project Description

We aim at leveraging silicon technology to develop innovative electronic devices for new computational paradigms based on quantum physics

Our group gathers researchers from three different institutes having different complementary
competences:
- Experimental physicists from the Institute for Nanoscience and Cryogenics (CEA-INAC) and from the Néel Institute (CNRS-NEEL) with an expertise in quantum electronics, low-temperature transport, quantum coherent manipulation of single electrons in semiconductor nanostructures
- Theoretical condensed-matter physicists from CEA-INAC, with a long-standing expertise in the modeling of semiconductor nanodevices
- Microelectronics engineers from the Laboratory of Electronics and Information Technology (CEA-Leti) with a broad expertise in silicon technology and integration, including device modeling and circuit design.

Many of us have been collaborating on common projects for over fifteen years. Strong of this long-lasting interaction and of a jointly developed know-how, our multi-institutional team is currently expanding and focusing its research towards the developing field of quantum engineering. Among our primary goals, we aim at developing a scalable quantum processor based on state-of-the-art silicon technology.

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