ICT WP 2009-10 Guide

Report
2010 – 2020
A new momentum for
Nanoelectronics in Europe
Dirk Beernaert
European Commission,
DG INFSO
Nanoelectronics
INC6 18 May 2010 Grenoble
NANOELECTRONICS 2010
“ A new momentum for the European industry ”
INC 6 Conference
From 10 year Lisbon Strategy … to EUROPE 2020
• UPDATE VISION TO POST-CRISIS WORLD
• IMPROVE DELIVERY
EUROPE 2020: A EU strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth
3 priorities:
• Smart Growth: knowledge and innovation economy
• Sustainable growth: greener and competitive economy
• Inclusive growth: high employment, knowledge
people and social and territorial cohesion
5 EU Targets – translated into national ones
7 Flagship initiatives – EU & national action
COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION COM(2010) 2020
http://ec.europa.eu/eu2020/pdf/COMPLET%20EN%20BARROSO%20%20%20007%20-%20Europe%202020%20%20EN%20version.pdf
Europe 2020: 5 EU Headline Targets
By 2020:
• 75 % (now 69) employment rate (% of population aged 20-64 years)
• 3% (now 1,8) Investment in R&D (% of EU’s GDP)
• “20/20/20” climate/energy targets met (incl. 30% emissions reduction if
conditions are right)
• < 10% (now 15) early school leavers & min. 40% (now 31) hold tertiary
degree
• 20 million less people (now 80) should be at risk of poverty
Europe 2020: 7 Flagship Initiatives underpin the Targets
Smart Growth
Sustainable Growth
Inclusive Growth
Innovation
« Innovation Union »
Climate, energy and
mobility
« Resource efficient
Europe »
Employment and skills
« An agenda for new skills
and jobs »
Education
« Youth on the move »
Competitiveness
« An industrial policy
for the globalisation
era »
Fighting poverty
« European platform
against poverty »
Digital society
« A digital agenda for
Europe »
Outline
From Lisbon to EU 2020
Nanoelectronics Challenges
What can Commission do: Policy and €€€€
Research and Innovation
A few words on international cooperation
Conclusion
for
Nanoelectronics
”Small, smaller, smarter”
- Advanced communication & computing components enabling pervasive applications -
performance
Lower cost, higher
performance and more
functionality
Enabled by
Smart design and Smart
manufacturing of Smart Components
Baseline CMOS: CPU, Memory, Logic
•Power consumption
Moore’s Law: Miniaturization
Digital Society
More than Moore: Diversification
Analog/RF
Passives HV Power
130nm
65nm
45nm
22nm
Biochips
Interacting with people and
environment
Non-digital SoC & SiP
90nm
32nm
Sensors
Actuators
Information
Processing
Digital content
SoC
Nanoelectronics: Challenges
”Small, smaller, smarter”
• Miniaturisation : Progress is complex, expensive and global (More Moore)
• Moore’s law will come to an end: (Beyond Moore)
• System Integration & adding Functionality: energy efficiency, systemtechnology interactions, design, 3D, novel architectures (More than Moore)
•Globalisation of RTD and Manufacturing, changing business & research
models, consolidation
• Keep research, manufacturing, integration & system competence
in Europe? IPR, lead markets, user-supplier relationships, regional innovation clusters.
• Our part of global value chain: equipment, manufacturing (450mm), SMEs
• R&D&I part of a holistic view to increase global competitiveness
and address “Grand Challenges”: European R&D infrastructure,
equal global level
playing , education, lead markets, VC
Policy & more efforts to keep Europe attractive for
investments in semiconductor research & manufacturing and
for its application in key lead markets.
High on EU 2020 Agenda
What can the European Commission do ?
policy
funding
Policy instruments
• Legislation, regulation, action plans
• Coordination, consensus-building
– National R&D&I Directors, European Parliament , Council
– e.g. pre-commercial procurement
Why an industrial policy for Nanoelectronics NOW?
- financial & economic crises (B€ losses – lack of capital for risk taking!)
- globalisation (loss of jobs, loss of value added, loss of government income!)
- fierce and growing competition from industry clusters in other regions
driven by increased political and financial support.
“If Europe wants to achieve global competitiveness it has to have direct access to
state of the art processing technology and manufacturing competencies.
Therefore the European Community should extend their Industrial Policy Framework
by similar programs as in the Rest of the World in order to keep Europe’s Innovation
driven Industry sustainably and globally competitive.”
Dr. J. Knorr
Urgent need for a competitive industrial policy, a project plan
with detailed Objectives and estimated amount of resources !
Nanoelectronics Dialogue reaches consensus
Common understanding (Industry, Member States and Commission
thanks to ESIA, SEMI, AENEAS, CATRENE)
- No Knowledge Society or Digital Agenda w/o R&D&I in Nanoelectronics
- Semiconductor devices are driving innovation and modernisation in
Europe's key industries, develop new goods, have systemic relevance
- SC technology addresses societal issues as climate change, renewable
energy, security or health care.
- Nanoelectronics creates innovation ecosystems
Need a competitive European industrial policy and action !
Actions at European level:
- 2008: Strategic Initiatives Eniac and Artemis launched
- 2009: Communication on Key Enabling Technologies
E
U
2
0
2
0
Identified Key Enabling Technologies
(KET)
• Knowledge intensive
• R&D intensive
• Capital intensive
• (Multi-)Skill intensive
• Enable innovation,
• Multipliers
• Systemic relevance
• Nanotechnology
• Micro- and Nanoelectronics,
including semiconductors
• Photonics
• Advanced Materials
• Biotechnology
The Way Forward
-Support of Key Enabling TechnologiesShort Term
Make policy recommendations
using existing instruments

Better application of existing state aid
rules

Ensure level playing field

Improve access to finance

Reinforce existing initiatives including
on RTD
Long Term
 Put KETs high on political agenda
 Promote - create a shared long term
vision and sense of partnership
 Support for the recommendations
of policy initiatives
Make policy recommendation for
EU2020, flagships and FP 8

Assess
competitiveness
focusing on deployment

Analyse R&D&I capacity

Make concrete recommendation for
policy action (in key lead markets)
situation
High Level Group (25#):




of the industries, incl. SMEs,
of research community,
of member states,
of European Investment Bank
Nano Action Plan
2010-2015
-Third Action Plan under preparation
NanoTechnology:
a Key Enabling Technology
• maximise societal, environmental and economic benefit from
application-driven nanotechnology system R&D&I
• a world leading Nanotechnology industry
• leadership in fact based awareness and control of risks from
production and use of Nanotechnologies
Third Action Plan expected to be adopted in Nov 2010.
• Consolidate Public trust in Nanotechnologies
• Ensure high levels of consumer, worker and
environmental protection
• Stimulate innovation and sustainable
growth in the EU with Nanotechnologies
• More resources
International Cooperation Coordinated Calls; S&T Agreements; OECD; Safety Cluster
http://ec.europa.eu/nanotechnology/policies_en.html
0.35 b€/y 0.55 b€/y
(2003-06) (2007-08)
FP + MMEE
2.5 b€
(2007-08)
“Cohesion policy: Regional Innovation & Clustering”
Stimulate Innovation Ecosystems
• Advanced concepts + pilot lines + industrial sites / SMEs
• Education + academia + industry
• Access to finance and an attractive environment
•Grenoble
•Silicon Saxony in Dresden
• Leuven-Aachen-Eindhoven
• Intel Ireland
Cohesion Policy is largest source of EU funding
200mm
More Than Moore More Moore
& Beyond CMOS
200mm
300mm
More Moore
Nanoscale
Characterization
Nanosciences
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AEC/APC
Conference
2010, Catania,
Europe
cannot
achieve
‘2020’Italy
goals unless regions achieve
them !
What does the European Commission ?
policy
funding
FP7-CIP/ICT Budget Profile:
70% increase in period 2011-13
M€
PF7 ICT
CIP
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
TOTAL
1.189
1.217
1.227
1.241
1.382
1.582
1.760
9.597
58
52
105
113
120
135
149
732
Financial support
– FP7: master & shape research & development
– CIP: ensure wider uptake & better use of research
– + Regional and Structural Funds,…
Nanoelectronics in FP7 /ICT (WP 2011-2012)
A KET: ”Small, smaller, smarter”
to target major
“system” objectives
We need a more
holistic approach
for a
multidisciplinary
research community
Nanostructured mat’ls
- System-technology
interaction
-Nanofabrication
-Energy efficiency
-Next switch
-Universal memory
-3D integration
-Novel architectures
- Advanced component technology + advanced system design
- Beyond CMOS + advanced More than Moore integration with More Moore
For systems 2020 and beyond
Systemability, integratability, manufacturability
ICT Work Programme 2011-13
Nanoelectronics
Objective 3.2: Smart
components and smart
Objective 3.1: Very Advanced
Nanoelectronics
Components
•
•
•
Beyond CMOS technology
Circuit-technology solutions
Nano-manufacturing and
Joint Equipment
Assessment
systems integration
•
•
•
Smart (miniaturized)
systems
Smart components
Micro-Nano Bio Systems
(MNBS)
Call 7 (July 2010) (MNBS – call 8)
Call 8 (July 2011)
70M€
60M€
Draft
FP 7 / ICT: Continued support for Future &
Emerging Technologies – FET
Supporting high-risk transformative research in ICT
Two complementary funding schemes
FET Open
• Bottom-up approach
• Open to any research idea
FET Proactive
• Top-down approach
• Set of novel pre-defined
themes
Nanoelectronics related topics with EU funding ~ 30M€/year:
Molecular-scale systems, Tera-scale computing, Quantum-ICT,
Bio-Chemistry-based and towards zero power ICT
Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs)
ENIAC & ARTEMIS
•
•
•
Public private partnerships in industrial R&D with
coordinated public support
– In two key areas Nanoelectronics and Embedded Systems
Pooling of resources from:
– Community funding: (ICT in FP7) ~800 M€
– Member States programmes: ~1600 M€
– Industry:~ 2.4 B€
Boosting competiveness and building ERA
– Attracting private investment, coordination of efforts, large
strategic initiatives with high impact, long term partnerships
ARTEMIS autonomous: end 2009
ENIAC autonomous: May 2010
ENIAC launched contracts in nanoelectronics
for 205 M€ funding, 3th call in progress - 85M€
ENIAC JU Multi-Annual Strategic Plan:
Results to date
Health & wellness
Transport & mobility
3#
33M€
1#
10M€
Energy & environment
Total:19# - 205 M€
3th call: 85 M€
request: 350 M€!
Security & safety
2#
33M€
1#
8.5M€
2#
16M€
1#
11.6M€
Communication
eSociety
2#
Design methods & tools
18.3M€
Materials, Equipment & Manufacturing
7#
74M€
Eureka: a long history
JESSI (1989-1996)
helped European companies to be back in the
race in Technology
MEDEA (1997-2000)
strengthened R&D cooperation of System suppliers
and Semiconductor manufacturers
MEDEA+ (2001-2008)
helped Europe to conquer leading domains in System
Innovation on Silicon
CATRENE (2008-2011)
focuses to deliver Nanoelectronic Solutions
responding to the needs of society at large,
improving the economic prosperity of Europe,
reinforcing industry’s ability to be at the forefront of the
global competition lighthouse projects & lead markets
Catrene is a 4 year (4 year extendable) program started 1/2008,
6 Billion Euro for extended programme, third call evaluated now
Contracted public funding for cooperative
projects in Nanoelectronics
400
350
300
ENIAC - National
250
ENIAC - JU
CATRENE
200
FP others
FP - nanoelectronics
150
FET
100
50
12
20
11
20
10
20
09
20
08
20
07
20
06
20
05
20
04
20
03
20
02
20
20
01
0
Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials
Key Enabling Technologies
WP for the 2nd part of FP7
Application oriented research directed towards the Grand
Challenges:
•
–
–
–
•
Providing support to regulation governance and structuring
actions:
–
•
Nanotechnology contributing to sustainable development
Nanotechnology for benefiting environment, energy and health
Application oriented materials for advanced applications
Ensuring the safety of Nanotechnology, ERAnet, international
cooperation, networking
Cross cutting and enabling R&D:
- Preparing for a wide range of products
Call 2011:
198M€
(all NMP topics)
European Platform on Nano Outreach and Dialogue, NODE (2011)
Adding Value to Mining at the Nanostructure level (Coordinated call with Mexico) – 6M€
Modelling
toxicity
behaviour2010,
of engineered
(Coordinated call with•••
the25
USA) – 6M€
AEC/APC
Conference
Catania, nanoparticles
Italy
Properties of superconducting materials (Coordinated with Japan)
2010: Preparing FP 8 & “Innovation Union”
(some key messages)
– Link RTD with Innovation: a strengthened CIP !
– Focus on Grand (societal) Challenges (mission orientation of
research) and Leadership in Key Technologies: « Research and
Innovation Partnerships »
– Keep developing the European Research Area, coordination with
Member States (joint programming) and with international scene.
– Long term (ERC) and global cutting edge frontier research
– A simpler structure (cooperation, capacities & skills and fundamental
Research), simplified procedures and easier access for SMEs
– Externalisation (leverage private investments in PPPs)
– ….: Proposal for a “European Innovation Plan”, “Digital Agenda”
– Sept 2010: First Communication Financial Perspectives beyond 2013
– Nov-Dec 2010: Introductory Communication on FP8
R&D&I is high on the political Agenda
A word on international cooperation
• Most EU problems are global problems.
• Most Solutions = global solutions and offer global opportunities.
• Innovation in “nano” is innovating products and essential to address the
“Grand Challenges ” of this world and for a sustainable and greening
economy.
“Innovation in “nano” is too important to leave it to one region alone”
• We already plan together (ITRS, IWFIPT, …), we already meet a lot
together, however the hurdles to overcome, the roadblocks to remove are
so numerous and huge that now we need to act together.
“Concrete proposals and long term partnerships are required”
EU2020 put Europe in a wider, more global perspective. This as an opportunity, to
propose together large cooperative exercises to our common future benefits.
A common vision, a common “man on the moon target” would
benefit us all.
Summary
. 2010 is a turning point with
- a new Commission willing to take cooperative action
- a new project EU 2020
- an enhanced emphasis on policy for Key Enabling Technologies
. 2010 is the mid term of the 7th Framework marked by
- a more integrated approach towards R&D in nanoelectronics
- a more application oriented approach towards R&D in
nanotechnology and nanomaterials
- an autonomous Joint Technology Initiative ENIAC for industrial
research in nanoelectronics
with several calls for cooperative research projects to come
. 2010 is the start for preparing
- a new endeavour: the 8th Framework for beyond 2013
Conclusion
A new Commission, a new set of people and an enhanced strategy.
-----Europe prepares itself to be competitive at global level whilst
establishing a “smart, sustainable, greening inclusive” economy ------
Time is ready to take action.
Research in Nanoelectronics and nanotechnology is contributing to
this objective and to take advantage of this new wind.
“Europe will however not do this alone and invite all international
actors to contribute whenever possible and beneficial.”
More information:
Courtesy Fraunhofer IZM
Thank you
http://www.eniac.eu
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/nanoelectronics/
[email protected]
For next calls on Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials
[email protected]
[email protected]
Courtesy Fraunhofer IZM
Back-up slides
More information:
http://www.eniac.eu
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/nanoelectronics/
[email protected]
R&D & innovation, a key pillar of the Digital
Agenda for a sustainable Digital Economy &Society
1. Ultra Fast Internet
2. Vibrant Digital Single Market
3. Enhanced digital skills and
inclusion
4. Dig Society: ICT enabled benefits
5. ICT Research and Innovation
greater priority !
6. Trust & Security
7. Interoperability / standards
Single
information
space
Inclusive
information
society
ICT
R&D
& Innovation
(draft)
EU2020 consultation: “Building on its strengths in technology and
knowledge, Europe should tap fully the potential of the digital economy”
AEC/APC Conference 2010, Catania, Italy
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PRELIMINARY
ENIAC Proposal submitted
Budget
Requested:
352.6M€
Budgeted:
84.9M€
-National Authorities
budget:
54.8M€
-ENIAC JU budget
@ 55% PA: 30.14€

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