Tyndall National Institute
(Ireland) and its partners in the EU-funded program ASCENT
(Access to European Nanoelectronics Network) announced the launch of the program, enabling researchers to gain fast and easy access to Europe’s leading nanoelectronics institutes. ASCENT enables access to advanced nanoelectronics device data (14nm CMOS and beyond), test chips and characterization equipment at the Tyndall National Institute in Ireland, CEA-Leti
in France and imec
The ASCENT partners’ facilities represent more than €2 billion of combined research infrastructure with unique credentials in advanced semiconductor processing, nanofabrication, electrical characterization and atomistic and TCAD modelling. More than 70 researchers from 20 countries worldwide have already signed up through the ASCENT web site.