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Microelectronics and Photonics Industry (Unit A.3)

Microelectronics and Photonics Industry (Unit A.3)

European Chips Act Information Session

The Chips Act, now going through its adoption process, promises to deliver a fundamental change to the European semiconductor ecosystem. This open event gave stakeholders an overview of the current status of the proposal and the opportunity to ask questions.

 
EU to set up new European Partnerships and invest nearly €10 billion for the green and digital transition

The Commission has proposed to set up 10 new European Partnerships between the European Union, Member States and/or the industry. The goal is to speed up the transition towards a green, climate neutral and digital Europe, and to make European industry more resilient and competitive. The EU will provide nearly €10 billion of funding that the partners will match with at least an equivalent amount of investment.

 
Member States join forces for a European initiative on processors and semiconductor technologies

The Commission is welcoming a joint declaration by 22 EU Member States on processors and semiconductor technologies, discussed at the Video conference of the Ministers of Telecommunications this morning . Through their declaration, the Member States will commit to work together to bolster Europe’s electronics and embedded systems value chain and strengthen leading-edge manufacturing capacity, in view of reinforcing Europe’s capabilities in semiconductor technologies and offering the best performance for applications in a wide range of sectors.

 
European Forum for Electronic Components and Systems (EFECS) 2020

Our Digital Future is now! EFECS is the international forum along the Electronic Components and Systems value chains in Europe. This year EFECS is going to inspire you virtually, by providing the means to meet online, learn, discover and shape Our Digital Future together.

 
Emerging Technologies in Electronic Components and Systems (ECS) - Opportunities Ahead

This study presents a roadmap of the emerging technologies impacting the global electronic value chain. It also identifies the main emerging Micro-Nano Electronics (MNE), Smart Systems and Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) technologies and forecasts their economic impact in short and midterm on the different end-user segments. It assesses which of these technologies are the most critical technologies for the EU and are therefore suggested to be supported by the European Commission and the follow-up Joint Undertaking in the context of Horizon Europe.