About Us

SEMi - Service d'électronique et de Microélectronique : The Unit research activities are focused on the development of methodologies, algorithms, devices and tools for the design of integrated circuits and systems with particular emphasis on the design of 4th generation wireless low-power platforms.

Our activity sectors

Industry

Small and Medium companies

Medical

Numediart is a long-term research programme centered on Digital Media Arts, funded by Région Wallonne, Belgium (grant N°716631). Its main goal is to foster the development of new media technologies through digital performances and installations, in connection with local companies and artists.

It is organized around three major R&D themes: HyFORGE – hypermedia navigation, COMEDIA – body and media, COPI – digital instrument making. It is performed as a series of short (3-months) projects, typically 3 or 4 of them in parallel, which are concluded by a 1-week “hands on” workshop. Participation to projects is open, and can be done remotely, by physical participation to the workshop is mandatory. No funding is provided, but no fee is asked for either (see calls for participation for further details).

Numediart is the result of collaboration between Polytech.Mons (Information Technology R&D Department) and UCL (TELE Lab), with a center of gravity in Mons, the cultural capital of Wallonia. It also benefits from the expertise of the Multitel research center on multimedia and telecommunications. As such, it is the R&D component of MONS2015, a broader effort towards making Mons the cultural capital of Europe in 2015.

Cadence

Cadence

Arduino

Arduino

Synopsys

Synopsys

IMEC

IMEC

Intel

Intel

Mentor

Mentor

MicroChip

MicroChip

Raspberry

Raspberry

Xilinx

Xilinx

Android

Android