The ENIAC Joint Undertaking (JU) is a public-private partnership focusing on nanoelectronics that brings together ENIAC Member/Associated States, the European Commission, and AENEAS (an association representing European R&D actors in this field).

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The European Nanoelectronics Forum 2014 will take place on
26-27 November in Cannes, France

 

 

 

ECSEL Calls 2014-1 and 2014-2
are now closed

 

Deadline for the proposals was 17 September 2014.

 

More information available

on ECSEL Call page.

 

 

 
KET Pilot Line Projects


 

The ENIAC JU Leverages 2.86 Billion Euro Allocating 101% of its Initial Research Budget

 

 

Brussels, 15 January 2014. The 63 ENIAC Joint Undertaking projects arising from 9 open and competitive calls for R&D proposals in nanoelectronics reach a total of 2.86 billion euro in eligible costs. They are supported by 490 million euro national and 444 million euro ENIAC JU contributions. The ENIAC JU reinvested its administrative cost savings into R&D; therefore exceeding by 1% the initial budgetary allocation foreseen in the Council Regulation No 72/2008.

 

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The Council adopts the

ECSEL JU Regulation

The Council of the European Union adopted on 6 May 2014 the Regulation establishing the ECSEL Joint Undertaking and issued a press release at:
http://www.consilium.europa.eu/uedocs/
cms_data/docs/pressdata/en/intm/142505.pdf

The last version of the document can be found at:
http://register.consilium.europa.eu/doc/srv?l=EN&f=ST%207692%202014%20INIT

 
Commission Proposes New European Industrial Strategy for Electronics

The Comission proposes New European Industrial Strategy for Electronics – better targeted support to mobilise €100 billion in new private investment. The European Commission today launches a campaign for coordinated public investments in micro- and nano-electronics (such as semiconductors and computer chips), designed to expand Europe's advanced manufacturing base. Click here for the full Commission Press Release.

 

Introducing the new European strategy for micro- and nanoelectronic components and systems announced today – 23 of May 2013 – by Neelie Kroes during a press conference.

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