The European Nanoelectronics Forum (ENF) is a yearly event which brings together key stakeholders from industry, academia and public authorities, in particular Member State representatives involved in ENIAC and/or CATRENE. Around 300 people participated at this year's edition which took place in Munich. ENF 2012 was co-organised by ENIAC JU, CATRENE and for the first time, the European Commission. 15 FP7 projects were present with posters or demonstrators. Vice-president Kroes, Commissioner for the Digital Agenda was present. She emphasised the importance of keeping and enhancing actual manufacturing in Europe: