IPCEI Microelectronics: dispositivi e sistemi avanzati per guidare la transizione digitale e verde

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IPCEIs Microelectronics: devices and systems driving the digital and green transition 

September 12th, 14:00-15:30, NanoInnovation 2024 2024, Rome and online 

Airi is promoting a workshop to offer companies, research centres and universities the opportunity to learn about IPCEI ME results, IPCEI ME/CT ongoing activities and to get in touch with the main players in the field at national and EU level. 

Italy is a key player in these areas, and for this reason Airi from 2020 supports IPCEI activities through a series of events (2020, 2022 e 2023) also in collaboration with its Partners Fondazione Bruno Kessler and STMicroelectronics. 

Europe is strengthening its industrial and leadership capacity in the semiconductor value chain through ad hoc legislation, such as the EU Chips Act 2023, and targeted investments, including the two IPCEI ME and ME/CT (Important Projects of Common European Interest – Microelectronics and Communication Technologies). 

The IPCEI ME/CT builds on the results of the first IPCEI ME and involves 68 projects from 56 companies and an ecosystem of over 600 R&I players. It aims to create innovative, fast, safe, reliable and energy- and resource-efficient electronic systems and production methods. 

Breakthrough are expected along four lines: sensing, thinking, acting, communicating, and the solutions developed are strategic assets with application in many sectors. 

The first part of the workshop (14:00-15:30) will feature keynote speeches by influential IPCEI partners. The second part will be a matchmaking session (16:00-17:30) during which IPCEI representatives will meet participants, whether large industries, SMEs, start-ups, or research organisations, to share and discuss R2B (Research to Business) and B2B (Business to Business) opportunities with IPCEI representatives. 

AGENDA

September 12th, 2024 (14.00-15.30) @NanoInnovation 2024, Rome and online

Moderators: Cosimo Musca, STMicroelectronics, Andrea Porcari, Airi

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  • André Mugliett, STMicroelectronics, Malta
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  • Sandra Eger, AT&S, Austria
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  • Emanuele Corsi, MEMC-GlobalWafers

The TeNeT Project: Leading Edge 300mm and 200mm Silicon Wafers Manufacturing in Italy to Strengthen the Europe’s Microelectronic Ecosystem

MATCHMAKING SESSION

September 12th, 2024 (15.30-17.00) @NanoInnovation 2024, Rome

Register to the matchmaking session to meet, share, and discuss research and business opportunities with IPCEI representatives

Info:

  • Thursday, September 12th, 2024 (14:00-15:30 & 16:00-17:30)
  • NanoInnovation 2024 (hybrid event, Rome & online)
  • Pre-register here 

Giovedì 12 settembre 2024, 14:00-15:30, NanoInnovation 2024 (evento ibrido, Roma & online)

Airi promuove un workshop per offrire ad aziende, centri di ricerca e università l’opportunità di conoscere i risultati dell’IPCEI ME, le attività in corso dell’IPCEI ME/CT e di entrare in contatto con i principali attori del settore a livello nazionale e comunitario. 

L’Italia è un attore chiave in questi ambiti, e per questo Airi dal 2020 supporta le attività IPCEI tramite una serie di eventi (2020, 2022 e 2023) anche in collaborazione coi suoi Soci Fondazione Bruno Kessler e STMicroelectronics. 

L’Europa sta rafforzando la propria capacità industriale e di leadership nella catena del valore dei semiconduttori tramite leggi ad hoc, come l’EU Chips Act 2023, e investimenti mirati, tra cui spiccano i due IPCEI ME e ME/CT (Importanti Progetti di Comune Interesse Europeo – Microelettronica e Tecnologie della Comunicazione). 

L’IPCEI ME/CT si basa sui risultati del primo IPCEI ME e coinvolge 68 progetti di 56 aziende e un ecosistema di oltre 600 attori della R&I. Mira a creare sistemi elettronici e metodi di produzione innovativi, veloci, sicuri, affidabili ed efficienti dal punto di vista energetico e di impiego delle risorse. 

I progressi attesi riguardano 4 modelli: percepire, pensare, agire e comunicare, e le soluzioni sviluppate sono asset strategici che troveranno applicazione in molti settori. 

La prima parte del workshop (14:00-15:30) prevede interventi di autorevoli partner IPCEI. La seconda parte sarà una sessione di matchmaking (16:00-17:30) durante la quale i rappresentanti IPCEI incontreranno i partecipanti, che siano grandi industrie, PMI, startup, od organizzazioni di ricerca, per condividere e discutere le opportunità R2B (Research to Business) e B2B (Business to Business).

Info:

  • Giovedì 12 settembre 2024 (14:00-15:30 & 16:00-17:30). 
  • NanoInnovation 2024 (evento ibrido, Roma & online). 
  • Pre-registrati qui