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Friday, 07 December 2012

New “Yellow Pages” of Nanoelectronics research in Europe

The NANO-TEC project consortium has created a publicly accessible directory of experts, institutions, projects, working groups and research results for Nanoelectronics research in Europe.

The NANO-TEC project consortium has developed a publicly available directory of experts, institutions, projects, and results for Future Nanoelectronics (e.g. Beyond CMOS) research in Europe. The information repository, called the “NANO-TEC-Yellow Pages”, was designed to help Nanoelectronics experts communicate and collaborate, so that they could ultimately form specialist groups.The technology-specific content in the Yellow Pages has been classified into categories such as Expert, Institution, Project, Result and Working Group. Additionally, technical terms in Micro- and Nanoelectronics, and in Economics & Funding, have been defined according to a five-level lexical hierarchy, enabling semantic classification of the categories.About NANO-TECNANO-TEC, coordinated by ICREA Prof Dr Clivia Sotomayor Torres, Group Leader at ICN, has two main objectives:• to identify the next generation of emerging device concepts and technologies for ICT;• to build a coordinated European technology-design community for nanoelectronics research in order to increase the competiveness of Europe in this field.  To visit the NANO-TEC-Yellow Pages, click here.For more details on NANO-TEC, click here.