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Joint Technology Initiative in Nanoelectronics (ENIAC)

Nanoelectronics is a strategic technology for Europe that will have a major impact on industrial competitiveness and growth. Nanoelectronics underpins the future development of major high-tech manufacturing sectors which are key to the EU’s industrial strength and which account for R&D investment of around €20bn per year.

ENIAC Joint Undertaking

ENIAC 2013 call is now closed

The deadline for the submission of Project Outlines is the 23rd of May 2013, 17h00 (Brussels local time).

Full proposals must be submitted until the 12th of September 2013, 17h00 (Brussels local time).

The ENIAC Joint Undertaking (ENIAC JU) is the legal entity responsible for the implementation of the Joint Technology Initiative (JTI) in Nanoelectronics.

The ENIAC JU is a public-private partnership focusing on nanoelectronics that brings together ENIAC Member/Associated States, the European Commission, and AENEAS (an association representing European R&D actors in this field).

Since 2008, ENIAC JU has open competitive calls for R&D proposals focusing on the topics described at the pan-european strategy developed by AENEAS. The projects selected for funding have been co-funded by ENIAC Member/Associated States and the European Commission through ENIAC JU.

The ENIAC JU was set up in February 2008 and will allocate grants throughout 2013 and will execute the projects selected for funding till 31 December 2017. The total value of the R&D activities generated through this partnership upon its conclusion is estimated at 3 B€.

Calls 2012

The total Portuguese financial commitment to the 2012 call was 300.000 EUR. The ENIAC JU’s percentage of co-funding was 15% of total eligible costs.

Calls 2011-1 and 2011-2

Portugal did not commit funds to calls 2011. The ENIAC JU’s percentage of co-funding was 16.7% of total eligible costs.

Call 2010

The total Portuguese financial commitment to the 2010 call was 500.000 EUR. The ENIAC JU’s percentage of co-funding was 16.7% of total eligible costs.

Call 2009

The total Portuguese financial commitment to the 2009 call was 500.000 EUR. The ENIAC JU’s percentage of co-funding was 16.7% of total eligible costs.

Call 2008

The total Portuguese financial commitment to the 2008 call was 500.000 EUR. The ENIAC JU’s percentage of co-funding was 16.7% of total eligible costs.