Links

Links

EURIPIDES² provides you with interesting links:

5E

5e-project.eu

The 5E project will underpin digitisation and support specifically the European electronics industry in seizing opportunities by federating – not merging – the 3 European electronics ecosystems, i.e. Nanoelectronics, Electronic Smart Systems, and Flexible and Wearable Electronics.

The consortium of 5E consists of 7 influential partners (VDI-VDE, CEA, TNO, IMEC, MESAP, HAHN-SCHICKARD and EURIPIDES²) with broad expertise in similar actions, with the required methodological competencies, in-depth expertise of the technology fields, and access to broad networks of stakeholders.

The partners will be supported by an Industry Board covering the organisations involved in the revision of the EC strategy on electronics, and further 25 Associated Partners covering demand-side industries, areas of digitisation and regions.

EUREKA Clusters

www.penta-eureka.eu
Nano and microelectronics technologies and applications

www.itea3.org
Software-intensive Systems and Services (SiSS)

www.celticnext.eu
Next Generation Telecommunications for the Digital Society

www.eurogia.com
Energy mix, from renewable energy to efficiency, and reduction of carbon footprint of fossil fuels

www.metallurgy-europe.eu
Revolutionary alloys and composites for key industrial applications.

www.smarteureka.com/en/
Advanced Manufacturing Program

EPoSS

www.smart-systems-integration.org
EPoSS is an industry-driven policy initiative defining R&D and innovation needs as well as policy requirements related to Smart Systems Integration and integrated Micro- and Nanosystems.

AENEAS

aeneas-office.org/
AENEAS is an industry association promoting RD&I in Electronic Components & Systems to strengthen European competitiveness.

IMAPS

www.imaps.org
International Microelectronics And Packaging Society

ECPE

www.ecpe.org
Power Electronics Research Network

MOV'EO

pole-moveo.org/en/
Mov’eo is a Mobility and Automotive French R&D competitiveness cluster, which since 2006 has been mobilizing its energies at the service of its members to meet the objectives assigned by the French State to competitiveness clusters: to foster the development of collaborative projects between members, to contribute to development in the regions of companies, in particular SMES, and to promote innovation in the sector.