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Article | High performance computing
Taking up tomorrow's computing challenges in a connected world: maintaining performance progress while curtailing power consumption.
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It seems like wherever you looked in 2023, someone was talking or writing about chips. As a leading center for IC R&D, CEA-Leti made quite a bit of its own chip-related news last year.
Perfectly-transparent piezoelectric materials could enable new high-performance haptic interfaces, groundbreaking products like smart and self-cleaning windows, and novel piezo transducers for photoacoustic imaging. Unfortunately, these materials are difficult to manufacture. CEA-Leti recently came up with innovations in both processes and materials that get around some of the issues plaguing PZT, one of today’s most commonly-used piezoelectric materials.
CEA-Leti invites decision makers on the lookout for innovative and promising chip-based R&D, as well as editors, analysts and entrepreneurs to peruse the institute's reader-friendly "2023 Highlights" report
Gaël Pillonnet, a seasoned energy conversion expert at CEA-Leti, has come up with an ingenious solution that significantly reduces the energy consumption of traditional transistors, albeit at a slower computation speed. This opens up a host of possibilities for achieving energy efficiency and computational performance, especially in edge computing.
CEA-Leti invites decision makers on the lookout for innovative and promising chip-based R&D, as well as editors, analysts and entrepreneurs to peruse the institute's reader-friendly "2021 Highlights" report
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.