Laurent MONTES received his Ph.D in microelectronics from the Université Joseph Fourier de Grenoble in 1999. In 2000, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Rochester, NY - USA. In 2001, he became an Assistant Professor at Grenoble IT, where he became an Associate Professor in 2002. His research interests include microelectronics, nanotechnologies, nanosilicon memories, nanowire devices and micro-nanosystems (MEMS/NEMS) with strong industrial and international partnerships. His teaching activities include lectures in nanoelectronics, nanostructures for optics and measurement techniques. He has set-up undergraduate and graduate laboratories in Microsystems and nanotechnology. He is director of MIGAS, an international summer school on advanced microelectronics. He is also involved in the European School On Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies (ESONN) and the International Master's Degree in Micro and nanotechnologies for Integrated Systems (Nanotech) between Grenoble IT in France, Politecnico di Torino in Italy and Lausanne Swiss federal Institute of Technology in Switzerland.
Philippe MOREY-CHAISEMARTIN, Associate Professor at Grenoble IT - ENSERG
Philippe MOREY-CHAISEMARTIN got a master of Computer Science in 1982 and a PhD of Microelectronics in 1986 at Grenoble Institute of Technology. Dr Philippe MOREY-CHAISEMARTIN has 15 years of experience in private microelectronics companies for which he worked in various areas: from chip architecture to mask data preparation through physical design.
He is founder and currently Chief Technical Officer of XYALIS, a company dedicated to software developement of EDA tools. In the mean time he is associate professor at Grenoble IT - ENSERG for which he organizes training for post-graduate industry employees.
Dr Philippe MOREY-CHAISEMARTIN has filled 7 international patents on different topics: chip architecture, chip design, back-end methodologies and algorithmics. He is also the author of different publications in the most important conferences.