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1 Dr Piotr Grabiec, prof. ITE Dept. of Silicon Microsystem and Nanostructure Technol. Instytut Technologii Elektronowej (ITE) Warsaw, Poland ITE is a major Polish R&D centre in the field of semiconductor electronics and physics with a focus on development of innovative micro- and nano- technologies and systems, and their applications in micro/nano-electronics, optoelectronics, photonics and micro/nano-systems EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

2 Investment in R&D is part of the solution to exit from the economic crises

3 Message to Poland ?

4 After Josef Alois Schumpeter ( ) Research is transforming money into knowledge Innovation is transforming knowledge into money A good balance of both will create welfare EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

5 Nanotechnology Micro- and nanoelectronics, including semiconductors Photonics Advanced materials Biotechnology Communication COM(2009)512 of Advanced manufacturing Systems KEY Enabling Technologies EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

6 > $ 6,500B $ 1,105B Consumer, Medical, Transport, Security, Space Telecom, Internet, Broadcast Cornerstone of high-tech economy Materials and equipment Products Services Semiconductors $ 280B $ 80B The industry underpins 1/6 of the world economy Source: Future Horizons Feb 2007 Estimated world market figures for 2007 EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

7 7 More than Moore: Diversification Moores Law: Miniaturization Baseline CMOS: CPU, Memory, Logic 130nm 90nm 65nm 45nm 32nm 22nm Beyond & Extended CMOS Analog/RFPassivesHV Power Sensors Actuators Biochips Information Processing Digital content System-on-Chip (SoC) Interacting with people and environment Non-digital content SoC & System-in- Package (SiP) Combining SoC and SiP: Higher Value Systems - Advanced components in advanced systems enabling pervasive applications - NANOELECTRONICS – A Key Enabling Technology Research in Europe EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

8 Yearoscilators micro- displ. Micro- phones micro- bolometersother RF MEMS Accele- rometrs pressure sensors Micro- fluidics , , , , MEMS market forecast (Yole) EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

9 Technology Readiness Level EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

10 Technology Readiness Level EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

11 TRL Funding Sources TRL Level Investment Low TRL Mid TRL High TRL Govt Grants, Fed & Universities R&D Projects, Family and Friends Govt Grants, SBIRs, BAAs, Angels Family and Friends Angel Organizations, Early Stage Funds Tier 1 VCs $$?<$500K <$2M$2M - $20M+ Challenge: Find New Emerging Funding Sources EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

12 12 Source: Preliminary HLG KET Report, Brussels, 09/02/2011 Technological facilities Pilot lines Demonstrator Globally competitive manufacturing facilities KEY Enabling Technologies KEY Enabling Technologies Observations of the HLG – The Valley of Death EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

13 Colaboration of the Research with Industry Research institutions do not sell products. They sell trust, that the marketable product will be developed: On time Within budget Within expected specification. To meet demands of the industry it is required that research is equipped with: Reliable, modern research infrastructure, Best, highly skilled, talented researchers, Adequate finacing, Research marketing skill. EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec This is all about a trust

14 Basic research as % of total R&D expenditure, 2001 EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

15 FP6 Integrated Project 1 st Year finacial report Structural funds POIG Project Bureaucracy EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

16 Bureaucracy EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

17 Investing in education Develop multi-disciplinary education and new training schemes covering the More-Moore, More-Than-Moore and beyond CMOS domains –ENGINEERING SKILLS! Create greater public awareness of the societal benefits of advanced nanoelectronics research and industry in Europe EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

18 Thank you for your attention

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20 From Micro- to nanoelectronics Reduction of minimum feature size (in micrometers) along the years. EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

21 World GDP as a function of time. Data published by De Long and Nordhaus, found in: Morten Tonnessen, The Future of Growth, TRAMES 2008, 12(62/57),2, EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

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23 23 Recommendation n°5: A strategic approach to KETs programmes The High Level Group recommends that the European Commission defines and implements a strategic, industry driven and coordinated approach to KETs programmes and related policies across EC RDI funding programmes and instruments (CSF, ERDF). Recommendation n°6: Establish an appropriate set of rules to implement KETs programmes The High Level Group recommends that the European Commission adapts its selection criteria and implementation rules in the CSF programme to maximise its impact on the value and innovation chains. In particular, a "value chain correctness" criterion should be added Recommendation n°7: Combined funding mechanisms The High Level Group recommends that the EU should introduce a tripartite financing approach based on combined funding mechanisms involving Industry, Commission, and national authorities (Member States and local government), when required by the high costs of the KETs RDI projects, and put in place the appropriate program management and mechanisms to allow the combination of EU funding (CSF, structural funds), to enable the optimum investment in significant KET pilot line and manufacturing facilities across Europe. Recommendation n°8: KETs state aid provisions The High Level Group recommends that the EU adapts state aid provisions to facilitate RDI activities and large-scale investment in KETs, in particular through the introduction of a matching clause in the EU state aid framework across the board, review of the scaling-down mechanism for larger investments increased thresholds for notifications, faster procedures and the use of projects of common European interest. KEY Enabling Technologies KEY Enabling Technologies Recommendations by the HLG EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

24 24 Recommendation n°9: Globally competitive IP policy in Europe The High Level Group recommends that the selection criteria and terms of the consortium agreements of EU RDI funding programmes should be amended to ensure that participating consortia have a clear and explicit plan for both the ownership of and first exploitation of IP resulting from the project within the EU. It should explicitly include provisions similar to those of the Bayh-Dole Act and Exception Circumstances-like provisions to encourage the first exploitation and manufacturing of products based on this IP within the EU. Recommendation n°10: Build, strengthen and retain KETs skills The High Level Group recommends that the EU should create a European Technology Research Council (ETRC) to promote individual excellence in technologically focused engineering research and innovation and establish the appropriate framework conditions through the ESF regulation in order to support KETs skills capacity building at national and regional level. Recommendation n°11: A European KETs observatory and consultative body The High Level Group recommends that the European Commission establishes a European KETs Observatory Monitoring Mechanism tasked with the mission of performing analysis and a KETs Consultative Body comprised of stakeholders across the entire innovation chain to advise and monitor the progress in Europe of the HLG KET recommendations towards the development and deployment of KETs for a competitive Europe this should include all relevant data regarding policies and strategies evolution outside EU. KEY Enabling Technologies KEY Enabling Technologies Recommendations by the HLG EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

25 As estimated by INTEL number of transistors sold in year 2003 has reached over pieces. Which is 100 times more than estimated number of ants in the whole world!!! EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

26 Prototype 128 x 128 channels, cm Radiation detector with integrated read-out electronics for medical applications - SUCIMA FP5 (Growth) project Integration of the pixel detector and readout electronics in SOI substrate: Detector handle wafer High resistive (> 4 k cm, FZ, 300 m) Conventional p + -n Electronics active layer Low resistive (9-13 cm, CZ, 1.5 m) Standard CMOS technology EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec

27 Proc. of Topical Workshop on Electronics for Particle Physics (TWEPP-07), 3-7 Sep. 2007, Prague, Czech Republic Electronics and Sensor Study with the OKI SOI process by Yasuo Arai KEK High Energy Accelerator Research Organization Institute of Particle and Nuclear Studies 1-1 Oho, Tsukuba, Ibaraki , JAPAN ….. Pioneering work for a SOI pixel detector has been done by the SUCIMA collaboration [17]. Unfortunately the technology used there was rather obsolete (CMOS 3 µm technology), and suffered from many technical problems. … Radiation detector with integrated read-out electronics for medical applications - SUCIMA FP5 (Growth) project EKG Katowice, Piotr Grabiec


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