Europe blazes its own trail in nanoelectronics

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Published : 8 December 2015

Neireid, a Horizon 2020 project, kicked off on November 16, 2015, under the watchful eye of Francis Balestra (IMEP-LAHC). The project will establish Europe’s nanoelectronics roadmap to 2025 and beyond. Europe no longer wants to simply follow the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS), which is global in scope and whose focus is limited to circuits and memory, and with good reason. Europe’s strengths lie in More than Moore, with new functions like sensors, biocircuits, power, and very-low-power.
The thirteen project partners, with include Leti and Grenoble Institute of Technology, will work with academic researchers, applied research labs, and manufacturers to predict future market needs in terms of uses, functions, and components and identify the associated requirements in terms of speed, energy consumption, features, and systems.



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