MEDEA+ announces call for proposals

April 8, 2004

Brussels, 07 Apr 2004

MEDEA+, the industry driven pan-European programme for advanced cooperative research and development in microelectronics, has announced an open call for proposals.

The main focus of the second phase of the MEDEA+ programme is on developing silicon solutions for complex chips on very advanced processes, with short time to market and generating higher margins.

The call is open from 5 April until 17 May, and projects are expected to start from 1 January 2005 onwards. An awareness day related to the call will be held on 22 April in Paris, France, to encourage exchange of information about proposals and bidding consortia.

For further information, please consult the following web address:

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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