Congratulations on this promising project by Jean-Philippe Attané, Manuel Bibes and Laurent Vila.

The energy consumption of microelectronic devices is both an environmental and an industrial problem that the young company Nellow aims to solve. Currently being set up by Jean-Philippe Attané and Laurent Vila of the Spintec laboratory and Manuel Bibes of the Laboratoire Albert Fert, Nellow is targeting the microelectronic logic market with the invention of a new type of logic-in-memory technology with very low energy consumption. This technology is the result of 15 years of fundamental and applied research between the Laboratoire Albert Fert and Spintec. Nellow recently won 1st prize in the HEC Challenge + Forum for an ambitious project and a convincing business plan, awarded by a jury chaired by François Pelen, co-founder of Point Vision.