Marc Sansa Perna

Project Manager, CEA-Leti


Marc Sansa obtained his Ph.D. degree in electronic engineering from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, in 2013. He is an expert in microelectromechanical system (MEMS) sensors, RF MEMS and optomechanics, having co-authored over 50 publications and several patents. He is currently a project manager at the Sensors and Actuators Laboratory of CEA-Leti.

Abstract :

Electrical microsensors (MEMS) have been gaining maturity and performance during the last 40 years, and they are nowadays ubiquitous in our everyday life. Recently, the combination of MEMS and silicon photonics has given birth to optomechanical MEMS (optically transduced microsensors), enabling a jump in performance in terms of readout sensitivity and frequency of operation.
In this talk I will present the advantages of optomechanics for high-efficiency sensing, and how CEA-Leti’s developments have enabled novel applications in the fields of biosensing, environment/biological monitoring, high-speed AFM and clocks.

11:05 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.

Thursday [24][LID-WORLD] Sense & Act (matin)

Project Manager, CEA-Leti

Enabling high-efficiency sensing with optomechanical devices...more info