German Microelectronics Design Initiative

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Slides r1 (with minor corrections)

File:German Microelectronics Design Initiative FSiC 2024 r1.pdf

  • p.02 (typo): Stengthening → Strengthening
  • p.12 (clarity): might as well → might be as well
  • p.13 (wording): Its priority has → Past priorities have
  • p.14 (clarity): No browser interfaces, no Python libraries, CI/CD platforms, AI/ML interfaces, etc. → No browser interfaces, no Python libraries, no CI/CD platforms, no AI/ML interfaces, etc.
  • p.14 (clarity): modern technology → modern software technology
  • p.15 (clarity): improve → reform
  • p.17 (typo): Divers → Diverse
  • p.22 (typo): souvereign → sovereign

Slides r0 (as presented)

File:German Microelectronics Design Initiative.pdf

Abstract

A significant proportion of the know-how in the microelectronic value chain lies in the design of microchips and the software tools used for this purpose. In order to strengthen Germany's innovation and competitiveness and to gain technological sovereignty, design capabilities are to be expanded at the national level. To this end, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research Germany (BMBF) launched the Microelectronics Design Initiative in September 2022. Based on the funding program "DE:Sign" as an integral part of the Microelectronics Design Initiative, the BMBF is funding projects to research new design tools and methods as well as innovative chip designs with a focus on open source processes for new microelectronics.