1 10 th A UNIQUE SET OF TECHNOLOGICAL PLATFORMS AND EXPERTISE TO ADDRESS FUTURE INDUSTRIAL CHALLENGES
2 WELCOMING SESSION 09:00 a.m. 09:10 a.m. Welcoming address Mr Bruno Paing, Representative, CEA-Leti Japan Office Leti introduction and overview Dr Laurent Malier, CEO, CEA-Leti PROGRAM 10:00 a.m. SESSION 1 COFFEE BREAK SOI & LOW POWER TECHNOLOGY Chairman: Dr Jean-René Lequepeys, Head of 10:20 a.m. 10:50 a.m. 11:10 a.m. Keynote: Industrial vision about market opportunities for FDSOI Mr Makoto Ohkawa, General Manager, High Performance SoC Solutions, Fujitsu Semiconductor Ltd FDSOI, 3 generations of highly versatile high performance low cost planar technology Dr Maud Vinet, Head of Advanced CMOS Laboratory, FDSOI design capabilities: digital & mixed signal Mr Paul Greve, Business Development, Architecture, IC Design and Embedded Software Division, CEA-Leti 11:30 a.m. Si photonics toolbox for optical communication applications Dr Sylvie Menezo, Head of Photonics Components on CMOS Laboratory, Optics and Photonics Division, CEA-Leti 12:00 p.m. SESSION 2 LUNCH SENSORS & MICROSYSTEMS Chairman: Mr Mark Scannell, Business Development, 01:00 p.m. 01:30 p.m. 01:50 p.m. Keynote: Future of devices for automotive, industrial and emerging applications Dr Minoru Kubo, Managing Officer, CTO, Automotive & Industrial Systems Company, Panasonic Corporation More than pixels: from interference filters to time-of-flight imaging Dr Alexis Rochas, Imagers Program Manager, Optics and Photonics Division, CEA-Leti MEMS sensors at Leti: new developments and latest achievements (CMUT, pressure sensors, flow sensors and others) Dr Julien Arcamone, Business Development, 02:10 p.m. Microtechnologies to face biology and health challenges Mr Claude Vauchier, Microsystems for Biology and Chemistry Program Manager, Bio and Health Applications Division, CEA-Leti 02:30 p.m. SESSION 3 03:00 p.m. 03:30 p.m. 03:50 p.m. 04:10 p.m. BREAK LOW POWER SECURELY CONNECTED SMART WORLD Chairman: Dr Laurent Herault, VP Europe, CEA-Leti Keynote: Future market opportunities for IoT services Mr Satoshi Yamaguchi, Deputy General Manager, Public Sector Sales Division, Corporate Sales Promotion Headquarters, NTT East Corporation Anticipate new trends in radio communication systems for IoT applications Dr Thierry Collette, Head of Architecture, IC Design and Embedded Software Division, CEA-Leti CyberSecurity Mr Florian Pebay-Peyroula, Head of Communicating Systems and Objects Security Laboratory, Systems and Solutions Integration Division, CEA-Leti Green computing: from Microservers to HPC Dr Marc Duranton, International Expert, Architecture, IC Design and Embedded Software Division, CEA-Leti CLOSING SESSION 04:30 p.m. 04:40 p.m. Leti s involvment in EU-Japan projects Dr Laurent Herault, VP Europe, CEA-Leti Governmental support and incentives for R&D activities Mr Christophe Grignon, Japan Office Director, Invest in France Agency 04:50 p.m. Closing remarks Dr Laurent Malier, CEO, CEA-Leti
3 WELCOMING SESSION Laurent Malier was graduated from Ecole Polytechnique and received his M.S. degree in Solid State Physics in1990, from University of Paris-Orsay. His thesis research covered the synthesis of nanoporous oxides and their applications, and he pursued research on semiconductor nanocristals, fullerenes and optical glasses. In 1996, he joined the French ministry of Defence, in charge of R&D strategy and programs in electronics, where he launched developments in uncooled infrared imagers and high-power gallium nitride RF devices. He was at that time chairing the European cooperation of DODs in electronic components. In 2001, he joined Alcatel Optronics, a public company producing optoelectronic components for optical telecommunications, in charge of new product developments. He took over the semiconductor business unit of Alcatel Optronics, which became Avanex in 2003, into which he developed the wafer service business. Laurent Malier joined the Leti in 2005, first as VP strategy and programs. He took over the direction of the Institute in October Graduated from Supelec (Master of Science in Electronics Engineering) and EM Lyon (Executive MBA), Mr Paing worked in Taiwan ( ) and Vietnam ( ) for the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and at SAGEM and BIMSolutions in Paris from 1999 to 2002 as pre-sales Engineer. Since 2005, Mr Paing joined the CEA and has been successively appointed Strategic marketing manager, deputy Director of MINATEC and VP Sales & Marketing of CEA-LETI. In August 2013, he moved to Tokyo to take over the position of Japan representative of CEA Technology Research Division (CEA-DRT). SESSION 1: SOI & LOW POWER TECHNOLOGY Dr Laurent Malier CEO, CEA-Leti Mr Bruno Paing Japan Representative, CEA-Leti Dr Jean-René Lequepeys Head of Jean-René Lèquepeys is the Head of the Silicon Components Division at CEA-Leti since This division is involved in 3 main areas: micro and nanoelectronics, micro and nanosystems, and 3D stacking. Jean-René Lèquepeys graduated in Electrical Engineering from Supelec in He was Programs manager of Telecom and Smart devices at CEA-Leti from 1998 to From 2005 to 2010, he was the Head of the Chip Architecture an IC Design Division at CEA-Leti. In 2000, Jean-René was the winner of the Grand Prix de l Electronique Général Férrié prize for his work in the field of spread spectrum and CDMA radiocommunications. Mr Makoto Ohkawa General Manager, High Performance SoC Solutions, Fujitsu Semiconductor Ltd Makoto Ohkawa has been working in Fujitsu semiconductor limited, where he has developed world-wide custom SoC business in variety range of applications. Currently, Makoto Ohkawa is heading high performance SoC solutions division of the company as a general manager, in charge of designing and producing leadingedge SoCs for high performance optical transport network, enterprise server system, super computing system, and industrial application. Dr Maud Vinet Head of Advanced CMOS Laboratory, Maud Vinet joined Leti in 2001 as a device engineer. Her research has been focused on improving MOS transistors performance together with scaling its dimension. In 2009, she joined IBM Alliance in Albany as a Leti assignee to take part to the development of FDSOI. Within Albany state-of-the-art facilities, she extensively worked on device design and performance improvement of FDSOI devices. In 2013, she became Manager of the Advanced CMOS Laboratory in Leti. The laboratory pursues conventional scaling through improved electrostatics and transport properties. Focus is also put on alternative paths to conventional scaling either by stacking CMOS over CMOS in a monolithic 3D integration or by adding beyond CMOS devices. Maud Vinet authored or co-authored about 120 papers (conferences and journals) and owns 40 patents related to nanotechnology. Mr Paul Greve Business Development, Architecture, IC Design and Embedded Software Division, CEA-Leti Paul Greve is a senior business development manager at the IC Design & Embedded Software division of CEA-LETI. Paul has previously worked as marketing & business development director at several high-tech companies, and has extensive experience in product development and international Go-To-Market strategies. Paul holds a master s degree in micro-electronics, a MBA in international marketing, and has worked and lived in more than 7 countries. Dr Sylvie Menezo Head of Photonics Components an CMOS Laboratory, Optics and Photonics Division, CEA-Leti Sylvie Menezo received her Engineering degree in material sciences in 1996 from INSA Lyon France. She got a Ph.D. degree in Optoelectronics in 1999 at France Telecom France and an Executive MBA at Audencia Nantes France in In 1999, she joined Alcatel CRC, where she completed a transfer of a laser pump to Alcatel Optronics production lines (Telecom applications). From 2002 to 2009, she set up and led the Optical technologies lab (France & USA at Sercel/CGG Veritas) for the development of fibre-optic-sensor-arrays for 3D-seismics. In 2010, she joined CEA-Leti (France) for developing Silicon Photonics-based solutions for high speed-communications. She led the Silicon photonics lab at CEA-Leti for 2 years, as well as the IRT Nanoelec-Photonics French project. She is now the Head of Integrated Photonics Programs at CEA-Leti.
4 SESSION 2: SENSORS & MICROSYSTEMS Mr Mark Scannell Business Development, Mark SCANNELL has an engineering degree from National University Ireland. He has over 20 years experience in the electronics and semiconductor industry. Starting his career as an electro-mechanical design engineer in 1989; he subsequently worked for the one of the world s leading semiconductor equipment suppliers in various engineering positions and as a technology business director. Mark has lived in several countries; notably Japan, Germany, USA and France. He joined CEA-Leti in Mark s current position is Business Development Director where his responsibilities include business development for silicon components, industrial contracts and IP management. Dr Alexis Rochas Imagers Program Manager, Optics and Photonics Division, CEA-Leti Alexis Rochas is Imagers Program Manager in the Optics and Photonics Department at CEA-Leti. He holds a Ph.D. degree in Technical Sciences from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne. From 2004 to 2012, he was R&D Manager at idquantique SA (Switzerland), the world leader in the commercialisation of quantum cryptography and single photon detection products. In 2012, he joined the CEA-Leti as Program Manager, responsible for strategy, program and business development for visible and near infared imaging. This includes in particular Leti activities in CIS (CMOS Image Sensor) and SPAD (Single Photon Avalanche Diode) process development, optical filters, curving of sensors and InGaAs imagers. Dr Minoru Kubo Managing Officer, CTO, Automotive & Industrial Systems Company, Panasonic Corporation Graduated from Sophia University (Master of Physics in1982) and Osaka University (Ph.D. of Physics in 1989), Dr Minoru Kubo joined Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. in 1982 and was assigned to Central Research Laboratory, Semiconductor Research Center. In 1985, he was assigned to Opto-Electronic Device Laboratory, Semiconductor Research Center and did R&D for Compound semiconductor devices and Epitaxial crystal growth technology. In 1992, he was appointed Senior Engineer in Semiconductor Research Center and worked on R&D for Fundamental physics of semiconductor materials and its evaluation technology. In 1995, he got promoted as Manager in Semiconductor Research Center in charge of R&D for SiGeC high speed devices and Si device materials. In 2001, he was assigned as General Manager of Advanced Electronics Device Group in Advanced Technology Research Laboratory, in charge of R&D for High frequency device, Image sensor, and Ultrasound devices and in 2002, he was assigned General Manager in Nanotechnology Laboratory in charge of R&D for Nano-device, Terahertz device and Brain function devices. In 2005, he moved to Engineering Planning Group, Development Technology Center at Panasonic Electronic Device Co. Ltd. as General Manager in charge of Technology plan and strategy and was promoted in 2007 as Director of Development Technology Center, and Power management Device Laboratory in charge of R&D for Automotive devices and management. In 2010, he was promoted as Director of Development Division and Device Application Division and became in 2012 Managing Officer, CTO and Director of Development Division, Industrial Devices Company (former AIS company), Panasonic Corporation. Since 2013, Dr Minoru Kubo is assigned as Managing Officer, CTO and Director of Engineering Division, Automotive & Industrial Systems Company of Panasonic Corporation. Dr Julien Arcamone Business Development, Julien Arcamone graduated from INSA Lyon in Materials Engineering in 2003 and received a PhD in Electronic Engineering in 2007 from CNM-IMB (CSIC) and the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain). Then, he spent several years as staff research scientist in the Micro and Nanosystems group at CEA-Leti MINATEC in Grenoble (France). His research area involved the design of MEMS and NEMS devices for advanced sensing and actuating applications, as well as the integration of nanomechanical devices with CMOS circuitry. Dr. Arcamone has authored or co-authored more than 50 peer-reviewed scientific publications and is the co-inventor of seven patents. In 2012, he was appointed Manager of Business development in MEMS for the Silicon Components division of CEA-Leti. Mr Claude Vauchier Microsystems for Biology and Chemistry Program Manager, Bio and Health Applications Division, CEA-Leti Claude Vauchier is graduated from Ecole Nationale de Chimie of Montpellier and in management from ISG Paris. In 1984, he joined the CEA-LETI where he was in charge of the development of liquid crystals compounds for displays applications. From 1989, he worked in the field of chemical microsensors development (methane microsensor for domestic application, thin film semiconductor gas sensor, portable infrared ethanol spectrophotometer). From 1997, he was in charge to organize and manage a Laboratory on Microsystems for Biology targeting to merge microtechnology and biology. In this frame, he was involved in developments in the field of DNA chips (low cost CMOS based DNA chip, oligonucleotide grafting thanks to covalent reaction on different substrates, in-situ syntheses ), lab-on-a-chip (microfluidics, electrowetting droplets actuation, Point of Care chip), cell chips and microsystem for in vivo applications. He is currently at the Bio and Health Applications Division, in charge of Programs on Microsystems for Biology and Chemistry.
5 SESSION 3: LOW POWER SECURELY CONNECTED SMART WORLD Dr Laurent Herault VP Europe, CEA-Leti Dr. Laurent Hérault was born in Tours, France, in He received the BS degree in electrical engineering and the MS degree in control engineering from the Institute National Polytechnique de Grenoble, (INPG) in 1987 and a Ph.D. degree in computer science from INPG in He won the Best Junior Researcher Award from the University of Grenoble, France, in Since 2004 he is International Expert at CEA. From 2009 to 2011, he has led the Wireless Communications and Security labs. Since 2011 he is VP, Director of the Europe division of CEA-Leti. Mr Satoshi Yamaguchi Deputy General Manager, Public Sector Sales Division, Corporate Sales Promotion HQ, NTT East Corporation After he graduated from Tohoku in Material and Metallurgical Engineering in 1988, Mr Satoshi Yamaguchi joined NTTCorporation and worked in the LSI laboratories as a research Engineer until From 1997 to 2000, he worked at Nippon Telematique Inc. as Deputy General Manager. He became Senior Research Engineer of NTT Network Innovation Laboratories until 2002 and got promoted Senior Manager of Broadband Promotion Office. From 2004 to 2006, Mr Satoshi Yamaguchi worked as Senior Manager of the Service Planning Department for NTT Resonant Inc. In 2006, he was assigned ad Senior Manager of Research and Development Planning Division at NTT Corporation. In 2012 he got promoted Vice President of Research and Development Planning Division. In 2014, Mr Satoshi Yamaguchi is assigned as Deputy General Manager of Public Sector Sales Division for NTT East Corporation Mr Florian Pebay-Peyroula Head of Communicating Systems and Objects Security Lab, Systems and Solutions Integration Division, CEA-Leti Florian PEBAY-PEYROULA joined the CEA-Leti in 2003 as an electronic engineer. He worked in the field of contactless communications for smartcards and more especially to increase the bitrates of the ISO14443 standard. Several propositions of Very High BitRate (VHBR) were pushed to standardization. In 2011, he joined the security team and worked in the domains of automotive and Internet of Things (IoT) on embedded systems security testing and secure countermeasures design and development at hardware and embedded software level. Since early 2014 he is heading the laboratory for security of connected objects and systems. Dr Marc Duranton International Expert, Architecture, IC Design and Embedded Software Division, CEA-Leti Dr. Marc Duranton is a senior member of the Embedded Computing Lab of the CEA-Leti. He previously spent more than 23 years in Philips, Philips Semiconductors and NXP Semiconductors. He has two MSc degrees, in electrical engineering and in computer science, from ENSERG and from ENSIMAG, both in Grenoble and a PhD in signal and image processing from Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble. He worked within Philips Semiconductors in California on several video coprocessors for the VLIW processor TriMedia and for various Nexperia platforms. In NXP Eindhoven (The Netherlands), he led the Ne-XVP project which targeted the design of the hardware and software of a multi-core processor for real-time applications and for consumer video processing. He also led the architecture of a baseband for a millimeter wave transmission system and realized several digital processor using neural networks techniques. His research interests include parallel and high performance architectures for real-time processing including vision, domain specific architecture, system modeling and validation, models of computation for (hard) real-time systems, software optimization, compiler technology and emerging paradigms for computing systems. He has published several articles and book chapters, and more than 30 patents. He is in charge of the roadmap activity in the Network of Excellence HiPEAC. Dr Thierry Collette Head of Architecture, IC Design and Embedded Software Division, CEA-Leti Thierry Collette is VP division of CEA-Leti, well-known research technology organisation in France. This division (DACLE) is in charge of design of integrated components and embedded systems, represents 300 people and is a joint division between Leti and List. Previously he was deputy director of CEA-List, the academic French laboratory of technology research on smart systems. He has obtained an Electrical Engineering Degree in 1988 and a Ph.D in Microelectronics of the University of Grenoble in He wrote, as author and co-author, several papers in conferences and journals on technologies for embedded parallel and reconfigurable computing and holds several patents too. He teaches computer architectures in master degree at Ecole Centrale of Paris and University of Paris XI. He is expert CEA senior and has evaluated several international and national projects (MEDEA, ANR, OSEO, etc) and is member of the evaluation committee of the French National Research Agency. CLOSING SESSION Mr Christophe Grignon Japan Office Director, Invest in France Agency Christophe Grignon graduated from EM Lyon Business School in 1991 with a major of Finance (MBA). In 1994 he received a Master s Degree in Japanese Language at Université Paris VII - Denis Diderot. In 1996 he obtained a Master s Degree in Economics (DEA) at Université Paris X - Nanterre. From 1993 to 1996, he worked as a credit analyst for the Fuji Bank at the Paris Branch. From 1996 to 2000, he worked as Deputy to the Consult General and Commercial Attaché in Charge of Industry at the French Consulate in Osaka-Kobe. From 2000 to 2004, he moved to the Economic Department of the French Institute in Taipei [Taïwan] as Commercial Attaché in charge of Information Technology, Industry and Health and was appointed Head of the Invest in France Agency of the Taipei Office. From 2004 to 2007, he came back to Japan, at the Economic Department of the French Embassy as Commercial Attaché in charge of Information Technology and was appointed as Director of French Technology Press Office of the Tokyo Branch. Since 2007, Christophe Grignon has been Director of the Japan Office of Invest in France Agency at the French Embassy.