The workshop will showcase the nanoelectromechanical switch-based technology that is being developed within the ZeroAMP project, to produce non-volatile memory and FPGA prototypes capable of withstanding 300 °C and over 1 Mrad radiation doses.
Furthermore, the workshop will feature talks by Stefan Ernst of X-FAB GmbH who will provide a foundry perspective and market potential of NEMS technology, and Marco Ceccarelli of the European Commission who will present an overview of the EU chips act and its ramifications for chip design and supply chains in Europe.
The workshop will take place in hybrid form.
For more information and registration: https://www.zeroamp.eu/outcomes/workshop-electronics-for-impossible-environments/
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- Bristol, United Kingdom
- Otseülekanne on vaadatav
- lifton Hill Houselifton Hill House, Bristol, United Kingdom