Free access to the European Infrastructure for Nanoelectronics
Keywords: nanoelectronics, infrastructure, research
Duration: 01.09.2020 - 31.08.2024
Programme: Horizon 2020 research and innovation
European tool box for microelectronics: You put in your technical enquiry and we look for the suitable tool for you!
We offer free access to European nanoelectronics research infrastructures, providing key competences in state-of-the-art processing, modelling and simulation datasets, metrology and characterization, test equipment and chips.
Who is it for
Researchers in SMEs, large companies, universities and research centres.
- Tyndall National Institute (IE)
- CEA-Leti (FR)
- Fraunhofer Mikroelekronik (DE)
- Imec (BE)
- INL International Nanotechnology Laboratory (PT/ES)
Next ASCENT+ Webinar
#11 European Toolbox for SME’s in Micro- and Nano-electronics
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#7: Sustainable Electronics
#6: Angle-Resolved PhotoEmission Spectroscopy
#5: 2D Materials
More about the project
As a further development and extension of the ASCENT programme, the newly launched ASCENT+ project integrates additional key European infrastructures to address emerging research challenges in the field of nanoelectronics. Through a single entry point and a user-oriented access interface, ASCENT+ offers specifically interested SMEs a unique research infrastructure in which more than 2.5 billion euros have been invested. ASCENT+ thus represents a unique opportunity for Europe to regain global leadership in nanoelectronics.
5 Research and Technology Organisations: Coordinator- Tyndall National Institute (IE), CEA-Leti (FR), Fraunhofer Mikroelekronik (DE), Imec (BE), INL (PT/ES)
5 Knowledge Hubs: CNRS (FR), Universiteit Gent (BE), TU Bergakademie Freiberg (DE), INL (AT), University of Padova (IT)
|ASCENT+ has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under GA No 871130|