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Presentation Hall B1 SEMICON EUROPA > Technology for Communication > Technology for Communication
15:15-15:35 h | Hall B1 Tech Arena 2, Booth B1.770
Subjects: SEMICON EUROPA
ECSEL projects open new paths in the European collaborative landscape enabling Full Value chains and increasing communication between technology and application.OCEAN12 and REFERENCE tackle the challenges of Smart Mobility and communication using the RFSOI and FDSOI technologies.With 28 European partners OCEAN12 aims to answer the energetic challenge of Autonomous Driving by offering a palate of FDSOI based energy efficient solutions integrated from the substrate to components and systems. Real case demonstrators such as "Always-on wake-up systems", "mm-Wave radar SoCs" and "high performance Neural processors for edge computing" are developed on FDSOI making a link between application needs and technology disruption. Electronic components already represent an important vector of valorization and differentiation for the automotive industry but increased autonomy levels will require a very strong build-up of computational capacities. Following this trend a fully autonomous car would require a power consumption equivalent to that of more than 50 computers running continuously. The power consumption of these components becomes a key element in the choice of technologies.With 16 partners REFERENCE ambitions to demonstrate sustainable Radio Frequency SOI technology platforms (RFSOI and FDSOI) to cover the frequency range from 0.7GHz to more than 100GHz, and to demonstrate the technical superiority of SOI when combining large scale integration, low power consumption, cost competitiveness and higher reliability; thus, resulting in high volume production of trusted components with low environmental impact in Europe.
Soitec, Public Affairs
graduated as physics and electronics Engineer from SUPELEC Paris, in 1997. From 1998 to 2002 he worked in STMicroelectronics Crolles as a device integration engineer for embedded DRAM products on 0.25 and 0.18µm CMOS technology. In 2002, he joined Soitec R&D department as group manager. From 2002 to 2009 he built and led the advanced characterization laboratory. From 2009 to 2011, as a product line manager, he led the SOI product development and offering, for RF and Smart-Power market segments, developing a strong interface with Soitec customers worldwide. Since March 2012, he is partnership program manager, in charge of more than 10 national or European collaborative programs every year.