When Silicon Chips In Flexible Labels Meets Printed Electronics
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom H
14:40 - 15:00
Coralie Gallis graduated as a PhD in Materials Sciences from Paris University and has an engineering degree in Physic-Chemistry. Coralie has worked for 20 years in the semiconductor field, holding various positions in different companies from software designer, Intelligent Specialist, Business Development and Strategic Partnerships. During her career, she developed the business for various domains such as BioMedical electronics, wearable electronics for healthcare, sport, wellness, food industry, automobile and mobility sector. Since 2016, she is based in Silicon Valley, California and manages the Strategic Industrial Partnerships for the North American Market for CEAtech, a French technology research center.
CEA Tech is the technology research unit of the French Atomic Energy and Alternative Energy Commission (CEA), a key player in research, development and innovation in defense & security, nuclear energy, technological research for industry and fundamental physical and life sciences.
In 2015, Thomson Reuters identified CEA as the most innovative research organization in the world.
CEA Tech's three labs—Leti, Liten, and List—develop a broad portfolio of technologies for ICTs, energy, and healthcare.
CEA Tech leverages a unique innovation-driven culture and unrivalled expertise to develop and disseminate new technologies for industry, effectively bridging the gap between the worlds of research and business.
CEA Tech is building on CEA Leti's successful track record innovating for industry. Our organization's 4,500 researchers and administrative staff are dedicated to bringing manufacturers a broad range of Key Enabling Technologies developed by Leti, List, Liten, and other CEA operating divisions.