ENIAC - JTI Nanoelectronics, European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory Council
The Joint Initiative on Nanoelectronics is based on the work of the European Technology Platform „European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory Council” (ENIAC), which was founded in 2004 by the industrial association AENEAS. The budget of the Joint Undertaking ENIAC amounts to EUR 3 billion in the period from 2008 to 2017. This includes EUR 450 million from the Seventh Framework Programme and EUR 2.55 billion as co-funding from private companies and the Member States.
The founding members of this Public-Private-Partnership are the European Union, represented by the European Commission, the industry association AENEAS and the 13 ENIAC Member States.
The Joint Undertaking ENIAC (2008-2017) was set up by Council regulation of December 20, 2007, according to article 171 of the EC Treaty (now article 187 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU)). ENIAC is based in Brussels. The Joint Undertaking is composed of an Executive Board, a Public Authorities Board and an Industry and Research Committee. The Executive Director is supported by a secretariat.
The entire budget will be managed by calls for proposals. Eligible institutions are:
private sector companies
non-academic research institutions
Call for proposals
On March 5, 2013 the ENIAC Joint Undertaking published the 8th call for proposals. Deadline for this two-stage call will be 23 May for project outlines and 12 September for Full Project Proposals (FPP).
The launch of the 9th call for proposals folllowed on April 11, 2013. Deadline for this two-stage call will be 23 May for project outlines and 12 September for Full Project Proposals (FPP) as well.