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ICT 25 – Generic micro- and nano-electronic technologies
ICT 25
Generic micro- and
nano-electronic technologies
Cosmin Codrea, Henri Rajbenbach
DG CONNECT, A.4 Components
NNCP Training – Brussels – 23-Oct-2013 - CC
ICT 25 – Generic micro- and nano-electronic technologies
The context
Components, from nanometers to centimeters
cm
nm
ICT 25
ICT 2
3-D transistors
CMOS 22 nm
3-D stacking
Ultra-wideband telecom
ICT 3
Lab-on-Chip
Miniaturised devices
Plastic electronics
(Place-it)
ICT 25 – Generic micro- and nano-electronic technologies
The Silicon context
ITRS Roadmap
ICT 25 – Generic micro- and nano-electronic technologies
What are want
• To keep Europe's position at the forefront of advanced
micro- and nano-electronic technologies developments
• To ensure strategic electronic design and manufacturing
capability in Europe avoiding dependencies from other
regions
ICT 25 – Generic micro- and nano-electronic technologies
What are looking for
Innovation actions
7 M€
70% funding
Research & Innovation
40 M€
100% funding
• Extend MOSFET to the end of the ITRS roadmap
Make "Beyond and Extended CMOS" devices
CMOS compatible
• Integrate functionalities in System-on-Chip (SoC) /
System-in-Package (SiP)
• New computing paradigms like quantum computing
and neuromorphic computing with a focus on their
future integration with Si technologies
• Design for advanced nanoelectronics technologies.
Focus on:
Energy efficiency, high reliability, robustness.
• Access to advanced design tools and IC
fabrication (includes training)
• Assessment for technology suppliers in nanoelectronics
Evaluate novel equipment, processes and
building blocks with potential customers
Coordination and Support Actions
• International cooperation
- 450mm wafers
- Potential impact on workers of the
manipulation of nano-materials
• Development of common roadmaps
• Awareness actions targeted at young
students
3 M€
100% funding
ICT 25 – Generic micro- and nano-electronic technologies
Is this new or has it been called before?
 Most topics have been called in the past
 Technology update (e.g. 22nm –> 16nm)
 New topic: quantum and neuromorphic computing
 Call 11 projects serve as a “bridge” between FP7 and H2020.
No disruption.
Current project portfolio
http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/ict/components/projects-fp7_en.html
EU12 participation (Call 8, Obj. 3.1): 4.64% (funding), 7.7% (participations)
ICT 25 – Generic micro- and nano-electronic technologies
What we do NOT want?
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Duplication of R&D
R&D with low exploitation, innovation, impact
Research focused only on materials
Research focused on large systems integration
(done in ICT 2)
Research focused on power and mixed-signal
electronics (done ECSEL)
ICT 25 – Generic micro- and nano-electronic technologies
Key actors
Key Groups / ETPs
• International Roadmap of
Semiconductors (ITRS - ERD)
• Scientific Council of the ENIAC ETP
• High-Level Expert Group on Key
Enabling Technologies (KETs)
• NANO-TEC Coordination Action Building a Nanoelectronics Design
and Technology Community
• ENI2 Nanoelectronics
Infrastructure
Leading Players
• Industry: ST, INTEL, Global
Foundries, Infineon, IBM, NXP, …
• Regional clusters
 Dresden – GF/Fraunhofer
 Grenoble – CEA/ST
 Leuven – IMEC
 ... and SMEs around them
• RTO - European Universities of
Excellence
ICT 25 – Generic micro- and nano-electronic technologies
Questions:
• [email protected][email protected][email protected]
DG CONNECT:
http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/connect/en/content/dg-connect
Electronics: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/electronics
ECSEL:
http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/blog/ecsel-excellence-electronics

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