Grenoble INP and Joseph Fourier University implemented a set of platforms around CIME Nanotech geared towards microelectronics and nanotechnologies and designed to meet teaching and research needs. These platforms cover hyperfrequency and guided optics, communicating objects, microsystems, sensors and nano-biotechnologies.
The role of the centre is to:
Develop and propose new teaching programmes in micro and nanoelectronics to schools and universities both with regard to the initial training plan as well as off-the-job training,
Support the research activity in microelectronics and nanotechnologies by placing all the Centre's equipment at the disposal of the laboratories on the site,
Support the industrial stakeholders in micro and nanoelectronics (Start-ups, SMEs, etc.) by providing them with access to the Centre's technical resources,
Contribute to and support the teaching and research actions of European programmes.
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