The European Nanoelectronics Applications, Design & Technology Conference will focus on electronic components, electronic system design, design automation, and manufacturing topics related to micro- and nanoelectronics, which are critical to success for many European companies. Exhaustive research and development in this area have been supported by EUREKA, Horizon Europe, and local governments in recent years. This conference will highlight the exciting and promising results primarily from the PENTA/XECS, ECSEL/KDT & H2020/Horizon Europe projects.
This annual event has a clear focus on deep technical discussions between the leading European experts in the addressed fields, independent from the research programs where the individual projects were started. All European projects related to electronic system design, to design technology and to manufacturing topics are invited to contribute to the conference.
The 100 expected attendees will include project managers and leading experts in R&D projects in the fields of nanoelectronics and design technologies and their applications, semiconductor-industry R&D managers, microelectronics experts in applications industries like automotive and industrial, and the major research organizations in the European scientific community.
This year, ADTC takes place in the Y-SPOT Building, 5, Place Nelson Mandela, Grenoble, in "Attique" room. For more information, please sroll down.
ADTC is organized as collaboration event for experts in the field. All attendees benefit from the intensive information exchange and share the cost, which will be kept low. It is a nonprofit event, the local organisers do not get any compensation for their work. Most attendees contribute actively to the event, e.g. as speaker or panelist, therefore free participation is not possible.
This year, ADTC is a side event of the Leti Innovation Days
All ADTC attendees will have a discount rate to the Leti Innovation Days registration fee.
Please see the ADTC registration page for more information
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.