Romanian gov't calls for innovative projects in microelectronics
Romania's Ministry of Economy will launch a series of calls for innovative projects in microelectronics, with a view of allotting the EUR 500 million dedicated to such projects in the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, Romania-insider reports, citing an article by local portal Adevarul.
The applied research and first industrial deployment of the innovative technology are financed under the program.
The ministry is preparing the first call for projects under the program Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI) on Microelectronics and Communications Technologies, between January 10, 2022 - February 4, 2022, according to the report cited by news portal Romania-insider.
Addressing technological, societal, and security challenges in Europe, the projects with a strong innovative component will be financially supported.
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