- About Us
- Career Center
- Nano-Social Network
- Nano Consulting
- My Account
The European Commission has published a call for proposals under the work programme of the ENIAC Joint Undertaking.
The ENIAC Joint Undertaking (JU) was created in February 2008 in order to implement a Joint Technology Initiative (JTI) on Nanoelectronics - a research programme aimed at enhancing the further integration and miniaturisation of devices and increasing their functionalities.
The research strategy of the ENIAC Joint Undertaking is defined in the Multi-Annual Strategic Plan (MASP). It is elaborated by the Industry and Research Committee of the ENIAC Joint Undertaking. The document reflects the research priorities identified in the ENIAC Research Agenda, taking into account long-term societal needs and lead markets.
To this effect, the MASP identifies the most important challenges to address from economic, societal and political viewpoints, and indicates promising areas in terms of market success and lasting impact. The selected topics ensure a broad participation of Member States. They also encompass the complete value chain, from technology development to applications that would yield commercially successful products.
In line with the objectives of a joint technology initiative, there is room for larger, Europe-wide initiatives, with flexibility, increased efficiency and no restriction in duration or size. At the same time, a realistic representation of the underlying nanoelectronics research and development ecosystem in Europe, including large corporations, small and medium-sized corporations, institutes, and universities, should be found within each integrated project.
For more information, please click here
Copyright © CordisIf you have a comment, please Contact us.
Issuers of news releases, not 7th Wave, Inc. or Nanotechnology Now, are solely responsible for the accuracy of the content.
|Related News Press|
News and information
Soft decoupling of organic molecules on metal June 23rd, 2016
Scientists engineer tunable DNA for electronics applications June 21st, 2016
FEI and University of Liverpool Announce QEMSCAN Research Initiative: University of Liverpool will utilize FEIís QEMSCAN technology to gain a better insight into oil and gas reserves & potentially change the approach to evaluating them June 22nd, 2016
French Research Team Helps Extend MRI Detection of Diseases & Lower Health-Care Costs: CEA, INSERM and G2ELab Brings Grenoble Regionís Expertise In Advanced Medicine & Magnetism Applications to H2020 IDentIFY Project June 21st, 2016