Convocatorias

05 mayo 2020
CONVOCATORIA ECSEL JU 2020
ECSEL Joint Undertaking es una empresa común público-privada que financia investigación, desarrollo e innovación en Sistemas y Componentes Electrónicos (ECS) como tecnologías clave para la era de la economía digital y de acuerdo a la normativa que lo estableció (COUNCIL REGULATION (EU) No 561/2014 of 6 May 2014 establishing the ECSEL Joint Undertaking). Asociaciones industriales, estados miembros y la Comisión Europea forman ECSEL JU. ECSEL JU financia proyectos de investigación, desarrollo e innovación que incluyen ECS a través de convocatorias anuales de proyectos transnacionales.

Se encuentra abierta la convocatoria 2020. Esta convocatoria incluye dos tipos de instrumentos:
  1. Acciones de innovación H2020-ECSEL-2020-1-IA-two-stage (ECSEL-IA)
  2. Acciones de investigación e innovación H2020-ECSEL-2020-2-RIA-two-stage - (ECSEL-RIA)

Además de la financiación directa de ECSEL JU (2020-1-IA 93M€ y 2020-2-RIA 61M€), la Agencia Estatal de Investigación (AEI) y el Ministerio de Asuntos Económicos y Transformación Digital (MINAETD) financian entidades públicas y privadas españolas con presupuestos de 1,3M€ y 10M€ respectivamente.

ECSEL JU promueve ECS como tecnologías críticas básicas en un amplísimo rango de áreas y financia proyectos de gran envergadura en lo que se refiere a consorcios y presupuestos. Pueden ver debajo las áreas y objetivos de la convocatoria abierta.

Topics and Major Challenges
  1. Transport & Smart Mobility
  2. • Major Challenge 1: Developing clean, affordable and sustainable propulsion
    • Major Challenge 2: Ensuring secure connected, cooperative and automated mobility and transportation
    • Major Challenge 3: Managing interaction between humans and vehicles
    • Major Challenge 4: Implementing infrastructure and services for smart personal mobility and logistics

  3. Health and Wellbeing
  4. • Moving healthcare from hospitals into our homes and daily life requiring preventive and patient centric care
    • Restructuring healthcare delivery systems, from supply-driven to patient oriented
    • Engaging individuals more actively in their own health and wellbeing
    • Ensuring affordable healthcare for the growing amount of chronic, lifestyle related diseases and an ageing population
    • Developing platforms for wearables/implants, data analytics, artificial intelligence for precision medicine and personalised healthcare and wellbeing

  5. Energy
  6. • Major Challenge 1: Ensuring sustainable power generation and energy conversion
    • Major Challenge 2: Achieving efficient community energy management
    • Major Challenge 3: Reducing energy consumption

  7. Digital Industry
  8. • Major Challenge 1: Developing digital twins, simulation models for the evaluation of industrial assets at all factory levels and over system or product life-cycles
    • Major Challenge 2: AI-enabled cognitive, resilient, adaptable manufacturing
    • Major challenge 3: Developing digital platforms, application development frameworks that integrate sensors/actuators and systems
    • Major Challenge 4: Human-centred manufacturing
    • Major Challenge 5: Sustainable manufacturing in a circular economy

  9. Digital Life
  10. • Major Challenge 1: Ensuring safe and secure spaces
    • Major Challenge 2: Ensuring healthy and comfortable spaces
    • Major Challenge 3: Ensuring anticipating spaces
    • Major Challenge 4: Ensuring sustainable spaces

  11. Systems and Components: Architecture, Design and Integration
  12. • Major Challenge 1: Managing critical, autonomous, cooperating, evolvable systems
    • Major Challenge 2: Managing Complexity
    • Major Challenge 3: Managing Diversity
    • Major Challenge 4: Managing Multiple Constraint
    • Major Challenge 5: Integrating features of various technologies and materials into miniaturised smart components
    • Major Challenge 6: Effectively integrating modules for highly demanding environments
    • Major Challenge 7: Increasing compactness and capabilities by functional and physical systems integration

  13. Connectivity and Interoperability
  14. • Major Challenge 1: Strengthening the EU position on differentiated technologies and enabling it to capture higher value by moving to system/module level
    • Major Challenge 2: Autonomous interoperability translation for communication protocol, data encoding, security and information semantics
    • Major Challenge 3: Architectures and reference implementations of interoperable, secure, scalable, smart and evolvable IoT and SoS connectivity

  15. Safety, Security and Reliability
  16. • Major Challenge 1: Safety, security and privacy by design
    • Major Challenge 2: Reliability and Functional Safety
    • Major Challenge 3: Secure, safe and trustable connectivity and infrastructure
    • Major Challenge 4: Privacy, data protection and human interaction

  17. Computing and Storage
  18. • Increasing performance at acceptable costs
    • Making computing systems more integrated with the real world
    • Making "intelligent" machines
    • Developing new disruptive technologies

  19. Process Technology, Equipment, Materials and Manufacturing for Electronic Components & Systems
  20. • Major Challenge 1: Develop advanced logic and memory technology for nanoscale integration and application-driven performance
    • Major Challenge 2: Develop Technology for Heterogeneous System-on-Chip (SoC) Integration
    • Major Challenge 3: Develop technology for Advanced Packaging and Heterogeneous System-in-Package (SiP) integration
    • Major Challenge 4: Extend world leadership in Semiconductor Equipment, Materials and Manufacturing solutions

  21. Long-term vision
  22. • New computing paradigms (‘Beyond CMOS’)
    • Process technology, equipment and materials
    • Systems and components: architecture, design and integration
    • Health & wellbeing
    • Energy
    • Digital Industry
    • Transport and smart mobility
    • Connectivity and interoperability
    • Data science and Artificial Intelligence

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