TECHNOLOGICAL CENTER OF THE FEMTO-ST INSTITUTE
FEMTO Engineering offers specific and high-level engineering developments based on the research conducted at FEMTO-ST, a privileged partner. FEMTO Engineering meets your needs for industrial innovation from laboratory validation to the operational prototype.
FEMTO Engineering serves SMEs and large companies.
Different fields of technology
With the support of the excellent facilities of the FEMTO-ST research institute, FEMTO Engineering undertakes development projects in 5 broad technological fields
- Optics, photonics and laser machining,
- Electronics and hyperfrequencis,
- Micro-technologies for cleanrooms,
- Word stability record avec l’oscillateur cryogénique ultra-stable ULISS
- World machining record avec le nano-usinage par laser femtoseconde
The FEMTO Engineering team is comprised of 12 staff members, mainlyPhDs and engineers. Having come from the world of research or business, they are privileged ] partners for industry.
Located at FEMTO-ST’s different sites, the technologists are an integral part of the institute’s research teams : in Belfort for energy, in Besançon for time-frequency, microfabrication and nano-machining.
Femto Engineering est le centre d’ingénierie de la Fondation FC’INNOV, créée en 2013 par l’ Université de Franche-Comté.
FEMTO Engineering was awarded Carnot Institut accreditation (Carnot Télécom & Société numérique) for the quality of its engineering partnerchips.
Accredited in 2006 and then renewed in 2011 and 2016, the Carnot Telecom & Digital Society institute represents the benchmark in Information and Communication Science and Technology (STIC). It consists of 31 research laboratories.
Carnot Télécom & Société numérique Institute
It offers high-level research and integrated solutions to complex technological problems induced by digital, energy-ecological and industrial transformations:
- Networks, communication and information processing systems,
- Strong interactions between interfaces and contents,
- Critical role of communication in the development of uses.
It focuses on the technical, economic and social implications of the digital transition, in particular on the issues of communication objects, networks and media of the future, uses and services, autonomy and health of people, environment or security.