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Desde la Subdivisión de Programas Temáticos Científico-Técnicos Fortalecimiento y Excelencia de la Agencia Estatal de Investigación, nos piden que difundamos el anuncio de la convocatoria ECSEL JU de financiación de proyectos (convocatoria), en la que participa la Agencia junto con el Ministerio de AAEE y TD (MINAETD).

La convocatoria cierra el próximo 5 de mayo de 2020.  Cubre un rango muy amplio de áreas (se pueden ver más adelante) y tiene gran relevancia internacional con 28 países participantes.

La financiación proviene, por una parte, de la empresa común ECSEL JU (154M€), y por otra, de la Agencia Estatal de Investigación (AEI, 1,3M€) y del Ministerio de Asuntos Económicos y Transformación Digital (MINAETD, 10M€), que financian directamente a centros de investigación, centros tecnológicos y empresas españoles.

Para cualquier cuestión, no duden en ponerse en contacto con beatriz.gomez@aei.gob.es.

ECSEL Joint Undertaking (https://www.ecsel.eu/) 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 (https://www.ecsel.eu/calls/calls-2020). Esta convocatoria incluye dos tipos de instrumentos:

  • Acciones de innovación H2020-ECSEL-2020-1-IA-two-stage (ECSEL-IA)
  • 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

Transport & Smart Mobility

  • 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

Health and Wellbeing

  • 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

Energy

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

Digital Industry

  • 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

Digital Life

  • 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

Systems and Components: Architecture, Design and Integration

  • 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

Connectivity and Interoperability

  • 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

Safety, Security and Reliability

  • 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

Computing and Storage

  • Increasing performance at acceptable costs
  • Making computing systems more integrated with the real world
  • Making “intelligent” machines
  • Developing new disruptive technologies

Process Technology, Equipment, Materials and Manufacturing for Electronic Components & Systems

  • 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

Long-term vision

  • 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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