Although our themes continue to be part of the "historical" research activities of the RADIAC team (understanding basic physical mechanisms, qualification methods, reliability studies and prediction), they evolve to adapt to the needs that appear every day.

In a context of technological integration, with the arrival of new technologies, the use of increasingly complex electronic systems, the use of commercial components (COTS), but also depending on the radiation environments encountered and the constraints of the industrial world, we try to be always ahead of the issues to come. To meet these new needs, we are currently working on:

- The study of basic physical phenomena on new technologies: studies on SiC and GaN technologies and other emerging technologies.

- The development of the ECORCE software, TCAD simulator to take into account the radiative effects (SEE, Dose, Displacement) with a dynamic and adaptive mesh. This development is in line with the previous point on the study of basic physical phenomena on components.

- The development of prediction tools (MC-ORACLE and DHORIN).

- The system-level approach based on COTS seems to become unavoidable and it is therefore necessary to find solutions to make reliable and qualify such systems. The results of the RADSAGA project will form the basis of these studies.

- The Predictive reliability. This subject is very ambitious. The goal is to use intelligent systems (Bayesian network, neuromorphic system) to identify the most robust electronic systems or to predict their life expectancy.

- The consideration of synergistic effects related to combined electromagnetic/radiative constraints remains to be explored and the first work we are conducting shows the relevance of this approach.. The study of the electromagnetic susceptibility of irradiated electronic systems will continue on more complex systems, including "high-frequency power amplifiers" (PA) and "low-noise amplifiers" (LNA). In addition, near field imaging appears to be a fine analysis tool for local characterization of materials. The use of this technique in the study of the reliability of the irradiated structures will be a complementary characterization for the RADIAC team.