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The European Nanoelectronics Forum 2008 will be held in Paris, France, on 2 and 3 December. The event is jointly organised by EUREKA clusters MEDEA+ and CATRENE as well as the European Technology Platform on Nanoelectronics (ENIAC).
Presentations and speeches will address a variety of issues and MEDEA+ projects, including:
- the integration process of public and private efforts to boost research in nanoelectronics;
- 'The Automotive Silicon Drive';
- the journey from 'leading edge' to application-oriented micro-/nanoelectronic systems;
- fields of innovation in Europe;
- the semiconductor market as seen by a financial analyst;
- competition and looking ahead for the European nanoelectronics industry;
- MEDEA+ project 2A201 BLAZE- Facilitating high-definition media storage with blue-ray disc technology;
- MEDEA+ project 2T201 NEMeSyS- Non-volatile embedded memory for systems on silicon;
- MEDEA+ project 2T103 FOREMOST- Integration of 45nm CMOS technology;
- MEDEA+ project 2A206 ASIC-CCD- High-end CCD images and video processing for imaging applications.
MEDEA+ and ENIAC have held separate events for the past two years, but decided to join forces from 2008 onwards. Participation in the two-day forum is by invitation only. An invitation request can be sent via the website mentioned below.
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