|21 Sept.||11:30 - 13:00|
|ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY|
|HIGH SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACT TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE GREEN AND DIGITAL TRANSITION|
|TT.VI - Technical Multi-Track with Parallel SYMPOSIA|
|IPCEI: the key role of Italy in the microelectronics, digital, health and energy large- scale EU industrial research projects|
|Co-organized with AIRI
Chair: Andrea PORCARI, AIRI
|Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI) are EU large-scale industrial research initiatives, aiming to overcome important market or systemic failures in strategic value chains, to promote sustainability and competitiveness of the national and EU economy. IPCEI are boosting the development of EU competences and manufacturing capacity on technologies with an enabling and pervasive impact in multiple industrial sectors, toward radical innovations. They are sustained by the Ministry for Business and Made in Italy (MIMIT). On-going and approved projects deal with microelectronics and communication technologies, cloud computing, hydrogen, energy storage (batteries) and healthcare. Italy is playing a significant role in these initiatives in terms of investments, technology development, and expected direct and indirect impact on the national economy.
Why attending the workshop? The session will provide a unique opportunity to learn on the vision and plans of IPCEIs and their impact on the Italian R&D landscape, with testimonials from companies and research organizations (Airi members), involved in these initiatives.
Who should attend? Companies, research organizations and universities, clusters and industrial associations, policy makers and media.
|The symposium is part of the Workshop WS.IV|
Ambition, results and future perspectives of the IPCEI microelectronics
|Sabrina ZAPPITELLI & Maximilian SERGIO
Menarini Silicon Biosystems
IPCEIs healthcare and microelectronics
From R&D to the industrialization of hydrogen technologies: the IPCEI Hydrogen
|Caterina COBINO, Paolo GUAGLIA
FBK, Bruno Kessler Foundation
Toward sustainable made in EU batteries: state of play of two IPCEI projects and Italy's position in the battery value chain
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