For micro- and nanoelectronics, the engagement of the industry to attract the young generation, early in its education is critical. We will continue to co-finance projects to develop and disseminate training and teaching materials on the latest technology in micro- and nanoelectronics, as well as support awareness campaigns targeting young entrepreneurs. This will be achieved through the research and innnovation programme, Horizon2020.
Digital Single Market
Access to design and silicon, developing skills
In Europe, the micro- and nanoelectronics industry is responsible for 200,000 direct and more than 1,000,000 indirect jobs. The demand for these particular skills is increasing.
17 December 2013Last update:
9 May 2017