Brussels, 20 January 2021 – COREnect today announced the finalization and submission of the first series of public deliverables. More specifically, the following deliverables have been successfully completed:
All those deliverables are available for download on the COREnect web site at https://www.corenect.eu/publications.
Professor Gerhard Fettweis, Project Manager of COREnect, declared that “this milestone is a major move for COREnect on its mission to identify the missing building elements and create a coherent and realistic roadmap of hardware enabling technologies for Europe to achieve digital autonomy and sovereignty in Beyond-5G and 6G networks”.
“The work has clearly identified main challenges for European industry related to the role of microelectronics in ICT. These include the value chain composition, capabilities in complex SOC design, as well as necessary research and education. We now have a good foundation to detail a strategy and actions to address these.“ says Fredrik Tillman, leader of deliverable 2.1.
Deliverable 3.1 is the first outcome of the work involving 3 pan-European Expert Groups, in the areas of Computing, Communications and Peripheral Technologies, with more than 80 leading experts coming from both the microelectronics and telecommunications communities. They provide their insights and vision on how to identify core components that will strengthen and preserve Europe’s leading position in the telecommunications’ sector in the next 10 years.
Leader of deliverable 3.1, Yaning Zou states “As captured in D3.1, the 3 Expert Groups have made very good progress in its first 3 months of operation, which includes the definition of working scopes and the initial identification of research areas and design considerations. These initial results will serve as an important milestone for the development of initial COREnect industry roadmap that is about to be published in June-July 2021.”
Both deliverables D2.1 and D3.1 took into account the outcomes of the 1st COREnect workshop, that was organised on November 26, 2020, in co-location with the EFECS conference (https://www.corenect.eu/news/efecs-2020-corenect-workhop).
That workshop gathered over 130 participants and touched on some significant topics such as: Should Europe develop its own CMOS manufacturing capability? How should it position itself with regards to open network architectures? How to seize opportunities in low power authentication, security, and performance? Beyond microelectronics, can Europe build on its optical capabilities for data transport?
To tackle such an important and complex topic, the COREnect project is planning on ways to reach out to a wider audience and receive feedback. More specifically, a public consultation will be launched on the results and conclusions of D2.1. COREnect will welcome feedback from technical experts and strategists. Moreover, COREnect will also activate a process for recruiting additional experts to participate in its three Expert Groups. Participation from female experts and representatives from SMEs will be particularly looked upon. These actions will be communicated in early February, so stay tuned to our news (https://www.corenect.eu/news)
About COREnect: The “COREnect” (European Core Technologies for future connectivity systems and components) is operating in the frame of the 5G PPP, Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation Programme. The project started its activities on the 1st of July 2020. During its planned 2-years journey of this Coordination and Support Action project, European industry and R&D leaders from both the microelectronics and telecommunications sectors will jointly develop a high-level strategic roadmap of core technologies for future connectivity systems and components, targeting the next generation telecommunications networks and services.
About Technische Universität Dresden/Barkhausen Institut: The Technische Universität Dresden (TUD) is the project coordinator and one of the largest “Technische Universitäten” in Germany. It is also one of the leading and most dynamic universities in Germany. As a full-curriculum university with 18 faculties in five schools it offers a broad variety of 121 disciplines and covers a wide research spectrum. Its focuses Health Sciences, Biomedicine & Bioengineering, Information Technology & Microelectronics, Smart Materials & Structures, Energy, Mobility & Environment as well as Culture & Societal Change are considered exemplary in Germany and throughout Europe. In the area of mobile communications, TUD is a global research leader and has been continuously working on pioneer research and contributing to the development and evolutions of mobile networks in the past 20 years. It founded 5G++Lab Germany in 2014 that enjoys international reputations and an extensive research and industry network around the world.
The Barkhausen Institut was founded in 2017 in Dresden, Saxony. It brings together researchers from a variety of backgrounds from all over the world. Barkhausen Institut targets to develop break-through technology with the aim of increasing the dependability of IoT systems (Internet of Things), that includes ensuring availability, integrity and confidentiality. Doing so, it create a foundation of a trustworthy IoT which is one basis of a future “digital democracy”. Therefore, besides such scientific research, science communication plays an important role in everyday’s work of the Barkhausen Institut.
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