AENEAS is a non-profit industrial association established under French law, continuing the activities of the former ENIAC European Technology Platform and representing the Nanoelectronics R&D partners in the ECSEL Joint Undertaking.


It allows its members to participate in Joint Technology Initiatives and provides the European Technology Platform with a legal backbone.


AENEAS is open to all European key players in Nanoelectronics, such as large industry, Small and Medium Enterprises, research institutes, academia, and associations.







ECSEL JU opens two concurrent Calls in 2015:

  • H2020-ECSEL-2015-1-RIA-two-stage - Research and Innovation Actions (RIA)
  • H2020-ECSEL-2015-2-IA-two-stage - Innovation Actions (IA)

Both ECSEL Calls 2015 have two stages, Project Outline (stage 1) and Full Project Proposal (stage 2). The submission of a Project Outline is mandatory, only proposals having submitted a Project Outline will be allowed to submit a Full Project Proposal.

  • at 17:00 Brussels time on 12 May 2015 for Project Outline stage
  • at 17:00 Brussels time on 8 September 2015 for Full Project Proposal stage





More information on the ECSEL JU website here.




The ECSEL Multi Annual Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (MASRIA) is also downloadable from the ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS websites. Comments are welcome by e-mail.




ECSEL Documents





ECSEL JU 2014 Work Plan


2014 ECSEL MASRIA Part A (on behalf of AENEAS, ARTEMIS-IA and EPoSS)

2014 ECSEL MASRIA Part B (on behalf of AENEAS)

2014 ECSEL MASRIA Part C (on behalf of ARTEMIS-IA)

2014 ECSEL MASRIA Part D (on behalf of EPoSS)



The MASRIA documents are also downloadable from the websites of ARTEMIS-IA ( and EPoSS ( ).




A European Industrial Strategic Roadmap for Micro- and Nano-Electronic Components and Systems


        Report                                                   Implementation plan


                                         Report                                                                                                                                   Implementation Plan
                               (Published January 2014)                                                                                                                         (Published June 2014)