(Photo © Frank Grätz)
Dresden welcomed more than 170 experts on 5 and 6 September 2018, to discuss their experiences and future expectations regarding ECSEL JU (the “Electronic Components and Systems for European Leadership” Joint Undertaking), the most important European co-financing initiative for the key and cross-sectorial technology of microelectronics.
Additional information about Germany's participation in ECSEL Projects can be found via the web-site of the BMBF, at https://www.elektronikforschung.de/projekte. (Here are some deep links to a selection of the projects:
On the photo - "Microelectronics enlightens Germany": The Saxon Prime Minister Michael Kretschmer, the Parliamentary State Secretary in the BMBF Michael Meister, together with the CEO of Infineon Technologies AG, Reinhard Ploss, and an LED wall that illuminates all locations of German ECSEL projects.