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1 Trends of Components and Systems in the European R&D Programme Isabel Vergara Nanoelectronics Components and Systems Information Society & Media Directorate-General European Commission

2 Presentation Outline Current situation of the EU Research landscape (ICT in particular) Nanoelectronics and smart systems - Example of running projects Today’s opportunities: WP Something on the future 8th FP What is going-on at the higher policy level in the Commission? Summary

3 The EU’s research and innovation landscape
EC Funds National and Regional Funds Joint Programming Ageing (More Years Better Lives) Climate Knowledge (Clik-EU) Seas and Oceans Antimicrobial resistance Urban Europe Water challenges Eureka! ERANET+ ERANET EUROSTARS JTI Artemis Eniac Clean Sky IMI FCH Art. 169 AAL Bonus EMRP FP7 PEOPLE INFRASTRUCTURES IDEAS - ERC SMEs and SME Associations ICT-FET (Flag Ships) COOPERATION CIP JTI PPP PPP Energy Efficient Buildings Future of Factories Green cars Future Internet Fundamental Applied Innovation Development Deployment

4 FP7: total of 50 B€ ( ) FP7: Council/Parliament Co-decision

5 FP7 Cooperation Specific Programme
+700M€ for eInfrastructures from the Capacities programme

6 What is the money spent on? (in 2011-12)
Future & Emerging Technologies (FET) 1. Network and Service Infrastructures ICT for socio-economic challenges Basic ICT technologies & infrastructures ~10% ~9% ~11% International cooperation, Cooperation in an enlarged Europe, Pre-commercial Procurement 3. Component and Systems 4. Digital Content and Languages 2. Cognitive Systems and Robotics 5. ICT for Health, Ageing, Inclusion & Gov. ~26% ~6% ~17% ~7% 6. ICT for Lower-Carbon Economy ~12% 7. ICT for Manufac. & Enterprise 8. ICT for Learning & Cultural Resources ~4% +JTIs +AAL PPP 2 PPPs incl FI PPP ••• 6 6

7 FP7-CIP/ICT Budget Profile: 70% increase in period 2011-13
M€  2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 TOTAL PF7 ICT 1.189 1.217 1.227 1.241 1.382 1.582 1.760 9.597 CIP 58 52 105 113 120 135 149 732 Financial support FP7: master & shape research & development CIP: ensure wider uptake & better use of research + Regional and Structural Funds,…

8 ICT in FP7: Where do we stand?
In 2011, the FP7 ICT Programme is in its fifth year of implementation Six main calls have been launched and evaluated Total EU funding of 3,9 B€ Total number of projects ~1200 Launch of two JTIs and AAL 3 Calls launched for 220 M€ WP done, WP 2013 (1.5 B€) still to be drafted

9 ICT in FP7: In Summary ICT in the FP supports collaborative R&D projects industry - academia from at least 3 Member or ASs Project size between 3M€ and 20 M€ of funding 4 to 20 partners per project Supports ~17000 researchers and engineers/year During ~ 5000 distinct organisations, ~14000 participations 1250 projects running (FP6 + FP7)

10 Presentation Outline Current situation of the EU Research landscape (ICT in particular) Nanoelectronics and smart systems - Example of running projects Today’s opportunities: WP Something on the future 8th FP What is going-on at the higher policy level in the Commission? Summary

11 Nanoelectronics and Smart Systems ”Small, smaller, smarter”
Lower cost, higher performance and more functionality performance Enabled by Smart design and Smart manufacturing of Smart Components and Systems Digital Society Power consumption More than Moore: Diversification Analog/RF Passives HV Power Sensors Actuators Biochips 130nm Interacting with people and environment Non-digital SoC & SiP - 90nm 65nm Combining SoC and SiP: Higher Value Systems Moore’s Law: Miniaturization Baseline CMOS: CPU, Memory, Logic 45nm Information Processing Digital content SoC 32nm 22nm Beyond Moore

12 * Participation in STEEPER is still pending for GLOBALFOUNDRIES
STEEPER Steep subthreshold slope switches for energy efficient electronics Initiative aims to Increase Electronic Device Efficiency by 10x and Eliminate Power Consumption of Devices in Standby Mode Project Steeper will evaluate the physical and practical limits of boosting the performance of TFETs with III-V nanowires, and the resulting advantages for future energy efficient digital circuits. * Participation in STEEPER is still pending for GLOBALFOUNDRIES EPFL: Tunnel FETs In a TFET, quantum mechanical band-to-band tunneling is exploited to switch on the device and thus achieve a steeper turn-on characteristics compared to conventional MOSFETs. Goal is to reduce the operating voltage to less than 0.5 Volt, thus reducing the power consumption by one order of magnitude Budget Total Cost: 6.1M€ EC Contribution: 4.1 M€

13 VECTOR Versatile Endoscopic Capsule for gastrointestinal tumor recognition and therapy
The objective of the VECTOR project is to develop intelligent endoscopic capsules by investigating and developing a miniaturised robotic pill for advanced diagnostics and therapy in the human digestive tract (early detection and treatment of GI early cancers and cancer precursors). CONSORTIUM  novineon GmbH, DE SSSA, IT SINTEF, NO KIST Europe GmbH, DE Sensitec GmbH, DE KU-Leuven, BE EPFL, CH CTMN, FR Endosmart GmbH, DE SMIT, DE Ovesco GmbH, DE netMED AISBL, BE ERA Endoscopy Srl, IT Univ. of Barcelona, ES FORTH Foundation, GR Innovent e.V., DE IMC, South Korea Jagiellonian Univ., PL NeuriCam SPA, IT Spin-off device: Bleeding detection implant Budget Total Cost: 9.5 M€ EC Contribution: 7.0 M€

14 Presentation Outline Current situation of the EU Research landscape (ICT in particular) Nanoelectronics and smart systems - Example of running projects Today’s opportunities: WP Something on the future 8th FP What is going-on at the higher policy level in the Commission? Summary

15 Objective 3.1: Very Advanced Nanoelectronics Components
ICT Work Programme Objective 3.1: Very Advanced Nanoelectronics Components Beyond CMOS technology Circuit-technology solutions Nano-manufacturing and Joint Equipment Assessment Coordination and Support Actions Objective 3.2: Smart components and smart systems integration Smart components Smart (miniaturized) systems Micro-Nano Bio Systems (MNBS) Coordination and Support Actions Objective 3.1 Very advanced Nanoelectronics Components Beyond CMOS technology: Very advanced Si and non-Si switches, memories and interconnects (perf/scale/ee) Co-integration of non-Si, charge, spin, photon based devices on Si Carbon based electronic devices Novel materials for interconnects, nano-packaging, Beyond-CMOS (logic and memory) Understanding fundamental artefacts and limits: nano-scale thermal processes; computational material and device science Circuit-technology solutions Combined modelling, technology+ design work at circuit, device, material level for monolith and 3D integr of BeyondC+MtM on Si backbone Nano-manufacturing and Joint Equipment Assessment Mfg solutions integr/interfacing BeyondC+MtM with nanoC E&M solutions to manufacture and measure 1D + 3D Si Coordination and Support Actions CSA to develop strategies, attract young ones and link up globally to support IP creation and manufacture in Europe Objective 3.2 Smart components and smart systems integration Future smart components and smart systems Materials, technologies, processes, manufacturing techniques and design methods for: Innovative smart components (Systems on Chip or Systems in a Package) demonstrating very advanced performance (very high performance analogue, very high frequency, integrated passives); high voltage and high power operation or operating under special conditions (e.g. high temperature, high reliability, long lifetime). Miniaturized and integrated smart systems with advanced functionality and performance including nanoscale sensing systems. Autonomously operating, power efficient and networked smart systems. Robust systems, compatible and adaptive to environment and lifetime requirements. Micro-Nano Bio Systems (MNBS) highly integrated, safe, active and autonomous “smart” implants which provide real-time performance feedback and are able to tolerate interfering body signals; integrated systems for rapid, sensitive, specific and multi-parametric in vitro molecular analysis/detection and cellular manipulation based on biodegradable materials. Cost, manufacturing and real scenarios validation should be considered autonomous body sensor and actuator based systems for non- or minimally-invasive targeted early detection, diagnosis and therapy. Call 7 (41M€) Call 8 - MNBS (39M€) 80M€ Call 8 60M€

16 Two complementary funding schemes
Future & Emerging Technologies – FET Supporting high-risk transformative research in ICT Two complementary funding schemes FET Open Bottom-up approach Open to any research idea FET Proactive Top-down approach Set of novel pre-defined themes Nano-electronics related topics with EU funding ~ 30M€/year: Molecular-scale systems, Tera-scale computing, Quantum-ICT, Bio-Chemistry-based and towards zero power ICT Budget ratio: 1/3 FET OPEN, 2/3 FET Proactive 16

17 Prototype demonstration
Work Programme Objectives 3.1 and 3.2 vs FET Idea FET Proof-of-Principle Proof-of-Concept Objective 3.1: Advanced Nanoelectronics Technology Objective 3.2: Smart components and Systems Prototype demonstration

18 Objective 3.1: Advanced Nanoelectronics Technology
To stimulate interaction of system and technology to better explore European system competences. To address energy efficiency needs for mobile applications Nanoelectronics products as system enablers and solution providers for global challenges as aging society, global warming, growing population or sustainable manufacturing. To prepare for “beyond” traditional shrinking (ITRS roadmap) 35 nm Gate Length

19 Objective 3.1: Advanced Nanoelectronics Technology
Future developments in Beyond CMOS and More than Moore as an extended-CMOS vision. No disconnection from the advanced silicon CMOS in order to keep impact of its results on the applications and markets. Needs of hybridizing silicon with molecular switches, ferromagnetic logic, spin devices and sensors in order to enable heterogeneous and morphic system architectures. Integrate-ability of novel technology with CMOS and their reliability become key factors. ITRS-ERD vision of the role of Beyond CMOS and More than Moore elements to form future extended CMOS platforms.

20 Objective 3.1: Manufacturing and Equipment assessment
Semiconductor Equipment for Wafer Bonding with Plasma Activation EV Group, CEA-LETI, Soitec Access to nano-manufacturing and to advanced technologies to be assured in Europe. Access to world wide equipment market for European suppliers, especially SMEs, need to be stimulated. Ruthenium Atomic Vapor Deposition Competitiveness in Nanoelectronic Device Generations AIXTRON, Fraunhofer IISB, Infineon Munich Low Energy and Dose Implant Test SEMILAB, Fraunhofer IISB, ST Microelectronics Crolles II, NXP Crolles R&D Metrology Using X-Ray Techniques Jordan Valley, CEA-LETI, STMicroelectronics Crolles II, NXP Crolles R&D 3D Integration of Bulk Si Wafers EV Group, CEA-LETI, STMicroelectronics Crolles II

21 Objective 3.2 Micro-Nano Bio Systems
Micro-Nano Bio Systems are smart systems combining microsensing and microactuation, microelectronics, nano-materials, molecular biology, biochemistry, measurement technology and ICT. Research driven by Applications requirements Health, Medical and pharmaceuticals, Transport and mobility, Security and safety, Environment and Food quality assurance Targets Increased intelligence of devices Enhanced miniaturisation and integration of devices and systems Increased integration of bioactive components Picture of the verification labcard (Picture from IKERLAN-IK4) - LabonFoil

22 Presentation Outline Current situation of the EU Research landscape (ICT in particular) Nanoelectronics and smart systems - Example of running projects Today’s opportunities: WP Something on the future 8th FP What is going-on at the higher policy level in the Commission? Summary

23 Strengthen, focus & simplify
What is next? 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 ICT WP FP7 ICT WP 2013 Preparatory work 9 Feb Green Paper Feb-May Consultation based on Green Paper 10/6 Consultation ‘wrap-up’ event in Brussels June Proposal for next MAFF Dec Proposal (s) for FP8/CIP-II Light and fast EIPs FP8 Strengthen, focus & simplify KETs Externalisation MAFF 2014+

24 Focussed, Roadmap based e.g. Clean rooms, Innovation clusters
Some first and preliminary thinking on FP 8 Draft Towards a Common R&I framework in the next MAFF “3 sets of challenges, 4 type of activities, (funding schemes)” Societal challenges Industrial leadership Excellence in science Focussed, Roadmap based Flexible, Open, agile Infrast and skills Testing, piloting e.g. EIPs e.g. PPPs e.g. FET flagships e.g. FET open ERC Light WP Any time Small size SMEs specific e.g. Living labs e.g. Clean rooms, Innovation clusters E-Infrastruct . CIP Pilots

25 Presentation Outline Current situation of the EU Research landscape (ICT in particular) Nanoelectronics and smart systems - Example of running projects Today’s opportunities: WP Something on the future 8th FP What is going-on at the higher policy level in the Commission? Summary

26 EUROPE 2020: A EU strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth
From 10 year Lisbon Strategy … to EUROPE 2020 UPDATE VISION TO POST-CRISIS WORLD IMPROVE DELIVERY EUROPE 2020: A EU strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth • Smart growth: knowledge and innovation economy • Sustainable growth: greener and competitive economy • Inclusive growth: high employment, knowledge people and social and territorial cohesion 5 EU Targets – translated into national ones 7 Flagship initiatives – EU & national action COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION COM(2010) 2020

27 Europe 2020: 5 EU Headline Targets (translated in national and regional ones)
By 2020: 75 % (now 69) employment rate (% of population aged years) 3% (now 1,8) Investment in R&D (% of EU’s GDP) “20/20/20” climate/energy targets met (incl. 30% emissions reduction if conditions are right) < 10% (now 15) early school leavers & min. 40% (now 31) hold tertiary degree 20 million less people (now 80) should be at risk of poverty

28 Europe 2020 3 priorities, 7 flagship initiatives
Communication COM(2010)2020 of A strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth Innovation Union Youth on the move A Digital Agenda for Europe Resource efficient Europe An industrial policy for the globalisation era An Agenda for new skills and jobs European Platform against Poverty

29 Towards an Innovation Union
Innovation Union will advance scientific boundaries, increase European competitiveness and help solve societal challenges such as climate change, energy and food security, health and an ageing population. Around 16,000 participants from research organisations, universities and industry, including about 3,000 SMEs, will receive funding. It is expected to create more than jobs. Communication COM(2010)546 of From idea to the market Excellent Knowledge Base Access to finance Innovation Market European innovation partnerships & international cooperation “EIP”’s are an umbrella to guide all activities using all financial instruments

30 The Innovation Union: targets
Completing the European Research Area (already by 2014) joint programming with Member States and regions … Improving framework conditions for business to innovate single EU Patent, access to capital, setting of interoperable standards, making full use of public procurement, prototype manufacturing, … Strengthen partnerships in knowledge triangle between education, business, research and innovation and between knowledge clusters people, institutions, infrastructures, regions, … Launching EIP’s: 'European Innovation Partnerships' where all EU instruments to support innovation should work together: structural funds, rural development funds, R&D framework programme, CIP … EIB … and streamline administrative procedures …

31 Summary Transition Barosso I to Barosso II 2010: Renewed cooperative spirit towards EU 2020, renewed emphasis on R&D&I as a basis for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. Think larger, smarter and be competitive. Multi-Annual Financial Framework 2014+, new FP 8, CIP II,… is key : New opportunities for improvements and for holistic integrated views to face global and grand challenges FP8: More clarity of goals and strategy, Higher impact on competitiveness / society and more EU added value FP8: Simplification: Procedures but also of programmes/instruments; To attract wider constituency, smaller entities FP8: Work across silos: research-innovation-policy priorities; between themes and disciplines; EU-MSs, public-private Nanoelectronics as a KETs initiative is a major input to this processes Participate in Call 8 !!! « Time is ready. Let us profit from these exciting times and take action together -----” 31

32 THANK YOU Isabel.vergara-ogando@ec.europa.eu
!!!! Take part in the consultation processes !!!! !!!! 2011 is a year of change, you can influence the future !!!! THANK YOU Information Society and Media: European research on the web:

33 3.1 Very advanced nanoelectronic components: design, engineering, technology and manufacturability Summary Call 8 Open: 26 July 2011 Close: 17 January 2012 (at 17:00 Brussels local time) Funding schemes: Beyond CMOS technology: STREPs Circuit-technology solutions: STREPs and at least 1 IP Nano-manufacturing and joint equipment assessment: STREPs and at least 1 IP Support measures: CSAs Indicative budget distribution - 60 M€: IP/STREP 55 M€ CSA 5 M€

34 A Digital Agenda for Europe Every European Digital !
Flagship Communication COM(2010)245 of A vibrant digital single market Fast and ultra fast internet access Interoperability and standards Trust and security Enhancing digital literacy, skills and inclusion Research and innovation ICT-enabled benefits for EU society

35 Innovation Union European Innovation Partnerships
Flagship Strenghten the knowledge base Education & Skills Mobility of researchers Cross-border operation Research Infrastructure A better equilibrium between Research & Innovation Strong societal priorities Reinforce industrial competitiveness A good usage of financial instruments Venture capital, risk sharing Pre-commercial procurement for innovation Structural funds & social funds to promote R&I Communication COM(2010)546 of Just released !

36 Innovation Union European Innovation Partnerships
Flagship European Innovation Partnerships (EIPs) challenge driven, stakeholder commitment, EU added value Across the whole research and innovation chain Strong focus on results, outcomes and impacts 1 pilot Active and healthy ageing Potential others: Smart Cities Water-Efficient Europe Supply of raw materials Smart mobility Agriculture

37 An industrial policy for the globalisation era
EU2020 Flagship Communication in preparation A new approach: Policies directly targeting cost, price and innovative competitiveness of industry & sectors Specific focus on key sectors (transport, energy, environment,…) Promoting industrial innovation, closer linkage to industrial research

38 Industrial Policy Key Enabling Technologies
Communication COM(2009)512 of Micro- and nanoelectronics, including semiconductors Preparing for our future: Developing a common strategy for key enabling technologies in the EU Advanced materials Photonics Biotechnology Nanotechnology


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