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information society technologies micro and nano electronics in fp6 call 1

Information Society TechnologiesMicro- and Nano- electronicsin FP6 call 1

Georg Kelm

European Commission

DG Information Society

Unit C1 : Micro-, nano- and opto-electronics components

georg.kelm@cec.eu.int

presentation outline
Presentation Outline
  • Framework Programme 6 : IST
  • Micro- and Nano-electronics in FP6 call 1
budgets for the specific programmes
Budgets for the Specific Programmes
  • Integrating & strengthening
    • Genomics 2,255 B€
    • IST 3,625 B€
    • Nanotechnologies, int.. 1,300 B€
    • Aeronautics and space 1,075 B€
    • Food safety 0,685 B€
    • Sustainable development 2,120 B€
    • Citizens in knowledge 0,225 B€
    • Anticipation of S&T needs
      • SMEs 0,430 B€
      • Specific InCo 0,315 B€
      • Anticipating needs 0,555 B€
    • Reinforcing ERA basis 0,320 B€
  • Structuring ERA
    • Research and Innovation 0,290 B€
    • Human resources 1,580 B€
    • Research Infrastructures 0,655 B€
    • Science/Society 0,080 B€
  • Joint Research Centre 0,760 B€

12,905 B€

2,605 B€

760 B€

16, 270 B€

Euratom: 1,230 B€

ist strategic objectives
IST Strategic Objectives

- networked organisations

- services for mobile user

- service & product engineering

- eHealth

- eInclusion

- eSafety of transport

- environmental risk mgmt

- learning & culture

- dependability & security

- GRID-based systems

& complex pb solving

Applied IST research for major societal and economic challenges

‘anywhere, anytime, any service, for all’

core technologies & “pull-through” applications

Components

& microsytems

Communication, computing

& software technologies

Knowledge

& interface technologies 

- mobile: beyond 3G

- broadband access

- networked audio- visual systems

- software & services development

- embedded systems

- semantic-based knowledge

- cross-media content

- [post-]CMOS

- optical, opto-el.,

photonics

- micro & nano

systems

- displays

- multi-modal interfaces

- cognitive systems

defining the strategic objectives 1
Defining the Strategic Objectives (1)
  • Reinforce leadership where Europe has demonstrated strengths, e.g.
    • mobile communications and services, broadband communications
    • micro-, opto-electronics & µsystems,
    • networked audiovisual systems...
    • Security and dependability,…
  • Seize new opportunities that arise from the ‘AmI’ vision and address weaknesses / threats critical for its realisation, e.g.
    • multimodal interfaces, semantic-based knowledge handling,..
    • embedded systems, integration of sensing & actuating devices, ...
    • Knowledge and computing GRIDs
defining the strategic objectives 2
Defining the Strategic Objectives (2)
  • Continued support to leading / challenging applications, responding to emerging needs, e.g.
    • eHealth, eInclusion, eLearning and culture,
    • Entertainment and leisure content
    • business support tools, networked organisations,...
  • Support to research at the frontier of knowledge
    • FET open
    • FET proactive
    • Cognitive science
  • Support to infrastructure development
    • Research networking test beds
    • Open development platforms
    • IST for safety in transport, risk management,..
time table for calls 2003 2004
Time Table for calls 2003-2004
  • Call 1
    • opened 17 December 2002,
    • closing 24 April 2003 at 17:00
  • Call 2
    • opening 15 June 2003
    • closing 15 October 2003
fp6 six instruments for priority areas
FP6: Six instruments for “Priority Areas”
  • Integrated Projects
    • Objective driven
  • Networks of Excellence
    • Exploratory research
  • Article 169
    • Member states initiative
  • Specific Targeted Research Projects
    • Address specific issues
  • Co-ordination actions
  • Support Actions

New instruments

No longer available …..

- Individual Take-up Actions

- SME Exploratory Awards

presentation outline1
Presentation Outline
  • Framework Programme 6 : IST
  • Micro- and Nano-electronics in FP6 call 1
expressions of interest

45

Design

40

35

18%

30

µElectronics

Opto

25

IP

52%

48%

20

NoE

Technology

15

10

34%

5

0

µElectronics

Opto

Technology

Design

Expressions of Interest

161 EoIs in Micro-, Nano- and Opto-electronics

(analysis see http://www.cordis.lu/ist/ka4/mel/future.htm)

Topics :devices CMOS limits SoC

components compound semic. (IP re-use,

material alternative devices RF, MS)

(+ applicat.) lithography low power

ist workprogramme 2003 2004
IST Workprogramme 2003-2004

Pushing CMOS, Preparing post-CMOS

Micro & nano systems

Broadband access for all

Mobile & wireless systems beyond 3G

Towards a global dependability& security framework

Multimodal interfaces

Semantic-based knowledge systems

Networked AV systems& home platforms

Networked businesses & governments

eSafety of road & air transports

eHealth

eLearning & access to cultural heritage

Advanced displays

Optical, opto-electronic & photonicfunctional components

Open development platforms for software & services

Cognitive systems

Embedded systems

Applications & services for the mobile user & worker

Cross-media content for leisure & entertainment

GRID-based systems for solving complex problems

Improving risk management

eInclusion

Products & services engineering 2010

FET

Call 1

Call 2

topics for wp 2003 2004 call 1
Topics for WP 2003-2004 (call 1)
  • Pushing the limits of CMOS and preparing for post-CMOS Prepare for electronic components of 2010 and beyond Focus on: Technology (down to 5nm)
    • nano CMOS : integration of advanced and non-CMOS devices, on-chip wiring
    • high frequency : facilitating ultra high frequency and power applications silicon-based or compound semiconductors including packaging
    • lithography : pushing the limits of lithography (including maskless)
    • alternative technologies and devices for post-CMOS: emerging nanoelectronics technologies for future applications
    • IPs may include equipment assessment activities
ic design productivity gap

Escalating Design Costs !

  • Skill Shortage !

Transistors/Chip (M)

Transistor/PM (K)

1,600my

  • Grand Challenge = Multiply productivity by 10

ITRS’99

IC Design “Productivity Gap”
  • Can we design what we can produce?

IC Production

Design productivity

topics for wp 2003 2004 call 11
Topics for WP 2003-2004 (call 1)
  • Pushing the limits of CMOS and preparing for post-CMOS Improve design productivity by a factor of 10 by 2010 Focus on: Design : reliable 1 billion gate systems
    • system level : novel approaches to design better and faster improve system performance / reliability, specify / verify at system level, stimulate IP re-use, enhance flexibility / reconfigurability, optimize power consumption
    • improve the use of large systems (redundancy), improve testability
    • specific design challenges : mixed-signal, low power, RF, packaging
    • support change from board electronics to system-on-chip : develop, demonstrate and standardize architectures, design productivity
    • complement with education and training in design
websites for information
Websites for information

General FP6 Site: (Legal texts etc).

  • http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/fp6/index_en.html

Instrument fiches:

  • http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/fp6/networks-ip.html

Contracts:

  • http://europa.eu.int/comm/research/fp6/working-groups/model-contract/index_en.html

Expressions of Interests:

  • http://www.cordis.lu/fp6/eoi-instruments/home.html

Micro-, nano- and opto-electronics components (Unit C1):

  • http://www.cordis.lu/ist/ka4/mel/index.html

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Georg.Kelm@cec.eu.int