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1 Dr. Andreas Wild Executive Director, ENIAC JU
Joint Undertaking: a Funding Mechanism for KETs Dr. Andreas Wild Executive Director, ENIAC JU Brussels, 15 November 2013

2 Content Nanoelectronics: a KETs
ENIAC JU Ecosystem: - Aerospace: Projects, Pilot Line Proposal To ECSEL JU

3 Nanoelectronics: the “Smart” of Everything
Nanoelectronics: a KET Smartphone Smart Card Smart Grid Smart Cities Smart Mobility Smart Governance …. Smartanything !

4 Nanoelectronics: Systemic and Strategic Impact
Commodity ? KET !

5 The Structuring Concept: Key Enabling Technologies
Nanotechnology Micro- and nanoelectronics, including semiconductors, are essential for all goods and services which need intelligent control in sectors as diverse as automotive and transportation, aeronautics and space. Smart industrial control systems permit more efficient management of electricity generation, storage, transport and consumption through intelligent electrical grids and devices; Photonics Advanced materials Biotechnology Advanced manufacturing Commission communication “Preparing for our future: Developing a common strategy for key enabling technologies in the EU, Brussels, ”, COM(2009) 512

6 ENIAC JU Three-Way Funding Implementation: Respecting Subsidiarity
A three-way funding mechanism like the ENIAC JU is not: A programme belonging to a centralized European institution: the majority stakeholders are the Industry defining the content and the ENIAC member States assigning the public funding A competitor for resources: the national funding goes entirely and exclusively to the national beneficiaries, the ENIAC JU increases the public funding by adding European grants A line in the budget of a national Ministry: any budget line supporting a project of national interest can be augmented through the ENIAC JU mechanism The JU is a mechanism to increase investments in any national priority project funded through any national sources that can benefit from European collaboration

7 ENIAC JU Ecosystem 613

8 ENIAC JU Projects with Aerospace Relevance
MERCURE Micro and Nano Technologies Based on WBG Materials for Future Transmitting Receiving and Sensing Systems Applications in aeronautics and aerospace, impact on air-transportation (e.g. gas sensors enabling advanced control for efficient operation of the turbines) NANCOM Reconfigurable Microsystem Based on WBG* Materials, Miniaturized and Nanostructured RF- MEMS RF MEMS-based agile radio – tuneable filter – able to meet the specification of air traffic control radars; NANOTEG Nanostructured ThermoElectric Systems for Green Transport & Energy Efficient Applications Avionic Demonstrations: ThermoElectric material fully adapted to aeronautical environment and specifications 12.5 M€ Total Eligible Costs 39 participants, 10 countries *: Wide Band Gap

9 Raising to the Challenge: The “Three Pillar Bridge” of the HLG on KETs
ENIAC JU compatibility Second Pillar → “Pilot Line Project ” Executed by an industrial consortium Using an innovative technology Developing an innovative product, meeting a social challenge Demonstrating its value and potential R&D Part Establishing a realistic environment, a facility Having a deployment plan to a real life European manufacturing site

10 KET Pilot Line Projects:
EPPL E450EDL AGATE PLACES2BE Lab4MEMS ENIAC Call KET Pilot Line Projects: 728 M€ (220 M€ grants) 128 Participations (28% SME) 20 European Countries

11 European Parliament, 6 November 2012

12 Project with Aerospace Content Arising from the ENIAC 2013 Calls
in Negotiation DEMETER DEep SubMicron System-on-Chip (SoC) for Harsh Environment applicaTions using EuRopean Technologies Objective: a development platform for new families reprogrammable Systems-on-Chip for harsh environments in order to: (a) enhance the technical capabilities and overall competiveness of Europe on the worldwide harsh environment market especially for satellites, but also automotive, avionic, transportation and energy applications, (b) reduce the dependence on critical technologies and capabilities from outside Europe for future space programs, (c) enable the European industry to get non-restricted access to high performance technologies, increase competitiveness and expertise in the harsh environments (d) improve the overall European space technology landscape, complement the activities of European and national space programmes.

13 ENIAC JU: Demonstrated Ability to Induce Private Sector Involvement
Total: ~ 2.8B€ Good trend, but insufficient! HORIZON 2020 ECSEL JU Three-way funding + Co-financing

14 Public Authorities Board
Horizon 2020: ECSEL JU Union Body, Legal Personality, 4 Bodies: Governing Board ECSEL Members (Public Authorities, Private Members) Strategic orientation, supervises implementation Approves MultiAnnual Strategic Plan, Work Plan, rules, membership, budget, staff, communication policy Executive Director Programme Office Chief Executive, legal representation Consolidates Multi Annual Strategic Plan and Financial Perspectives, elaborates budget proposal, Work Plan, executes calls; monitors projects Public Authorities Board European Commission, ECSEL Participating States Representatives of the Public Authorities Approves call launching, call rules, allocates funding Private Members Board AENEAS, ARTEMIS-IA, EPoSS Defines research agenda Elaborates the multiannual strategic research and innovation agenda and the annual research and innovation activities plan

15 ECSEL Objectives contribute to the implementation of Horizon 2020
contribute to a strong and globally competitive electronics components and systems industry in the Union ensure availability of electronic components and systems for key markets and societal challenges, keep Europe at the forefront of innovation, create economic & employment growth align strategies with Member States, attract private investment, avoid fragmentation of efforts, ease participation of R&I actors maintain and grow semiconductor and smart system manufacturing capability in Europe secure and strengthen a commanding position in design and systems engineering including embedded technologies provide a world-class infrastructure for design/manufacture of components and embedded/cyber-physical and smart systems build a dynamic ecosystem involving SMEs, strengthen existing clusters and nurture the creation of new clusters

16 Horizon 2020 Perspective 1. The new ECSEL JU will cover the topics addressed in FP7 within the ARTEMIS and the ENIAC JUs and in the ETP EPoSS 3. Total estimated eligible costs: >4.8 Billion Euro EU grants through ECSEL JU: 1.2 Milliard Euro ECSEL Member State contributions: 1.2 Milliard Euro 4. Project co-financing using more than one European mechanism should become possible Particularly important: synergistically using regional and R&D&I funds The three-way funding – private, national, European - characteristic for the ENIAC JU has been proven as an effective instrument in increasing R&D&I investments. It shall be continued within Horizon 2020. The proposal set forth by the Commission foresees that the topics addressed so far by ENIAC JU, ARTEMIS JU and ETP EPoSS will come together in the future within the new ECSEL Joint Undertaking. The total eligible costs of the projects shall approach 4.8 B euro. The new rules should facilitate the co-funding of projects from more than one European sources, provided that they synergistically address the objectives of the funding mechanisms participating. It is particularly important to use this possibility in view of the regional smart specialization in Key Enabling Technologies. This is the key to getting access to the financial means needed to reach Europe‘s ambitious goals in nanoelectronics. Regions Must Include Micro- and Nanoelectronics in their Smart Specialisation Strategy!


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