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June 28th, 2005
FP6 project to keep EU at forefront of nanoelectronics
In an effort to keep Europe at the forefront of nanoelectronics, the European Commission is providing 24.17 million euro for a new project aimed at pushing the limits of semiconductor performance and density.
The NanoCMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semi-conductor) project represents an attempt to allow scaling (arrangement in a graduated series) to continue. It therefore strives to pioneer the necessary and revolutionary changes in materials, process modules, device architectures and interconnections, as well as the related characterisation, modelling and simulation work, necessary to go from a 45-nanometer CMOS node to a 32-nm one.
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