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EUROSOI+

Project reference: 216373
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European platform for low-power applications on Silicon-on-Insulator Technology

From 2008-01-01 to 2011-06-30

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 870 602

EU contribution:

EUR 800 000

Coordinated in:

Spain

Call for proposal:

FP7-ICT-2007-1See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

CSA - Coordination and support action

EUROSOI+ is a CSA project that upgrade the European network on silicon-on-insulator technology set up by the EUROSOI project.

     In the framework of FP6, the European Commission supported the formation of a European Network on Silicon on Insulator Technology, Devices and Circuits, whose main goal was to create a discussion forum for the exchange of ideas and results on the topic of Silicon-On-Insulator technologies in Europe, and to facilitate the synergy between research groups which enables the use of Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) technology as an effective tool to push the limits of CMOS and prepare for post-CMOS. Today, EUROSOI network comprises more than 30 partners all over Europe, with expertise in all the fields of the SOI technology. EUROSOI network has already made possible a big part of this path by successfully organizing and achieving during the last three years an important number of events such as the EUROSOI roadmap and state of the art documents, workshops, training events, scientific exchanges. .
     EUROSOI+ is a coordination action (CA) project aiming at promotion, maintaining, follow-up and upgrading the activities and the network set up by the previous CA project EUROSOI. Important objectives are: i) Creation of a Permanent European School on SOI Technology; ii) Fostering and co-ordinating the initiatives and activities required to successfully face some of the challenges identified and listed in the updated EUROSOI+ Roadmap for the future. Creation of a consortium to elaborate new research project proposals addressing specific challenges identified in the Roadmap; iii) Development of a research-dedicated platform in order to address circuit design aspects, focussing on the advantage of SOI technology for Low Power applications. This platform will provide, through the integration at some point in EUROPRACTICE, prototyping and Multi-Projects-Wafers in SOI open to European research groups and Fabless Semiconductor companies (SMEs) using LETI SOI process. The long-term goal is to make SOI technology reachable to any European research group or fables Semiconductor Company in order to allow any circuit design to have the chance to become a SOI circuit using European technology.

Objective

In the framework of FP6, the European Commission supported the formation of a European Network on Silicon on Insulator Technology, Devices and Circuits, whose main goal was to create a discussion forum for the exchange of ideas and results on the topic of Silicon-On-Insulator technologies in Europe, and to facilitate the synergy between research groups which enables the use of Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) technology as an effective tool to push the limits of CMOS and prepare for post-CMOS. Today, EUROSOI network comprises more than 30 partners all over Europe, with expertise in all the fields of the SOI technology. EUROSOI network has already made possible a big part of this path by successfully organizing and achieving during the last three years an important number of events such as the EUROSOI roadmap and state of the art documents, workshops, training events, scientific exchanges.The first goal of the present proposal is upgrading and maintaining this important forum, providing upgraded versions of the State-of-the-Art report, Roadmap, facilitating scientific exchanges between partners, organizing workshops and later on, to use it as a launching platform for other important objectives:•Creation of a Permanent European School on SOI Technology.•Fostering and co-ordinating the initiatives and activities required to successfully face some of the challenges identified and listed in the EUROSOI Roadmap for the future. Creation of a consortium to elaborate new research project proposals addressing specific challenges identified in the Roadmap.•Development of a research-dedicated platform in order to address circuit design aspects, focussing on the advantage of SOI technology for Low Power applications. This platform will provide, through the integration at some point in EUROPRACTICE, prototyping and Multi-Projects-Wafers (MPW) in SOI open to European research groups and Fabless Semiconductor companies (SMEs) using LETI SOI process in two-three years.

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Coordinator

UNIVERSIDAD DE GRANADA
Spain

EU contribution: EUR 363 301


Oficina Proyectos Internacionales S/N
18071 Granada
Spain
Administrative contact: Francisco Gamiz
Tel.: +34 958246145
Fax: +34 958243230
E-mail

Participants

UNIVERSITE CATHOLIQUE DE LOUVAIN
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 63 772


Place De L'Universite
1348 LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE
Belgium
Administrative contact: Denis Flandre
Tel.: +32 10472540
Fax: +32 10472598
E-mail
INTERUNIVERSITAIR MICRO-ELECTRONICA CENTRUM VZW
Belgium

EU contribution: EUR 63 772


Kapeldreef
3001 LEUVEN
Belgium
Administrative contact: Hannelore Marain
Tel.: +32 16281 839
Fax: +32 16281 591
E-mail
COMMISSARIAT A L ENERGIE ATOMIQUE ET AUX ENERGIES ALTERNATIVES
France

EU contribution: EUR 91 357


RUE LEBLANC
75015 PARIS 15
France
Administrative contact: Marie-Laure PAGE
Tel.: +33 438782796
Fax: +33 438785183
E-mail
INSTITUT POLYTECHNIQUE DE GRENOBLE
France

EU contribution: EUR 73 563


AVENUE FELIX VIALLET
38031 GRENOBLE CEDEX 1
France
Administrative contact: Valerie Miscioscia
Tel.: +33 456529005
Fax: +33 456529501
E-mail
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE CORK, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, CORK
Ireland

EU contribution: EUR 68 105


Western Road
- CORK
Ireland
Administrative contact: Conor Delaney
Tel.: +353 214904263
Fax: +353 214904058
E-mail
CHALMERS TEKNISKA HOEGSKOLA AB
Sweden

EU contribution: EUR 76 130


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41296 GOETEBORG
Sweden
Administrative contact: Ingrid Collin
Tel.: +46 317721601
Fax: +46 317728498
E-mail
UNIVERSITE JOSEPH FOURIER GRENOBLE 1
France

EU contribution: EUR 0


Avenue Centrale, Domaine Universitaire
38041 GRENOBLE
France
Administrative contact: N/A N/A
Tel.: +00 0 000000
E-mail
CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE
France

EU contribution: EUR 0


Rue Michel -Ange
75794 PARIS
France
Administrative contact: N/A N/A
Tel.: +00 0 000000
E-mail
Record Number: 85479 / Last updated on: 2016-04-02