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We fabricated CMOS devices on Ultra-Thin Boby and Buried Oxide SOI wafers using a single mid-gap gate stack. Excellent global, local and intrinsic V<inf>T</inf>-variability performances are obtained (A<inf>VT</inf>=1.45mV.&#x00B5;m). This leads to 6T-SRAM cells with good characteristics down to V<inf>DD</inf>=0.5V supply voltage and with excellent Static(More)
Since 1996 CERFACS has been developing the PALM parallel coupler, which is currently used for more than 50 research and industrial projects ranging from operational data assimilation to multi-physics modelling, from climate change impact assessment to fluid and structure interactions. It can be defined a dynamic coupler for its ability to deal with(More)
Coupling numerical models, i.e. implementing synchronized exchanges of information between models, is a central issue in many research fields such as climate modelling, data assimilation, or computational fluid dynamics. Since about 15 years, CERFACS specializes in developing coupling software tools, also called “couplers”. In 1991, CERFACS was commissioned(More)
Aims. Our goal was to improve the fundamental parameters of the massive close double-lined eclipsing B2.5V+B2.5V binary CV Velorum. Methods. We gathered new high-resolutionéchelle spectroscopy on 13 almost consecutive nights covering essentially two orbits. We computed a simultaneous solution to all the available high-quality radial-velocity and light data(More)
Context. The second short run (SRa02) of the CoRoT space mission for asteroseismology was partly devoted to stars belonging to the Mon OB2 association. An intense monitoring has been performed on Plaskett’s star (HD 47129) and the unprecedented quality of the light curve allows us to shed new light on this very massive, non-eclipsing binary system. Aims. We(More)
We present the luminosity function of 90μm selected galaxies from the European Large Area ISO Survey (ELAIS), extending to z = 0.3. Their luminosities are in the range 10 < h 65 L/L⊙ < 10 , i.e. non-ultraluminous. From our sample of 37 reliably detected galaxies in the ELAIS S1 region from the Efstathiou et al. (2000) S90 ≥ 100mJy database, we found(More)
The recent downward revision of the solar CNO photospheric abundances now leads to severe inconsistencies between theoretical models for the Sun’s internal structure and the results of helioseismology. There have been claims that the solar Ne abundance may be underestimated and that an increase in this ill-defined quantity could alleviate (or even(More)