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Friday, 20 March, 2015
The article titled "Effect of injection current and temperature on signal strength in a laser diode optical feedback interferometer" of Jalal Al Roumy (OSE team), published in Applied Optics in January 2015, has been selected by the Optical Society of America (OSA) for inclusion in the " Spotlight on Optics "which highlights the best work published by OSA.
Thursday, 27 November, 2014
During he 7th Franco-Spanish Day CMC2 / IBERNAM (MicroCapteurs Chimiques français / Spanish Network of Micro and Nanosystems) in Bilbao (Spain), our colleague Aliki Tsopela (MICA group) received the Club Award 2014 for Chemical microsensors for her invited talk «Electrochemical lab on-chip biosensors for the detection of water pollutants ».
Monday, 24 November, 2014 - 08:00 to Sunday, 30 November, 2014 - 19:00
LAAS-CNRS, through its Robotics teams, is one of the partners of the European Robotics Week, which will be held from November 24 to 30 in the Cité de l'Espace in Toulouse. Several events will be organized during the week, as the RoCKIn robots challenge, the National Days o Interactive robotics or the meeting organized by MPI "Robotics together: European regions' meeting".
Friday, 21 November, 2014
LAAS-CNRS, Tunisie Telecom and QoS Design, start-up from the LAAS will collaborate in the field of new telecommunications technologies, following the agreement signed last September. This collaboration, built on a true public / private partnership is a first step to meet the challenges of next generation networks, fixed lines, mobile and optical. The CNRS Innovation newsletter devotes an article to this agreement.
Thursday, 20 November, 2014
During the Internationale Conference On Humanoid Robots, 18-20 november, 2014, in Madrid, Mehdi Benallegue and Florent Lamiraux (Gepetto team), received the price Mike Stilman rewarding the most original and innovative works for their presentation "Humanoid flexibility deformation can be efficiently estimated using only inertial measurement units and contact information"