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  1. -SINANO Institute-General Assembly, January 27, 2010Francis Balestra, Director of the SINANO institute Members: 18 laboratories from 10 European countries, representing the main partners from the Academic and Scientific Community involved in the Sinano and Nanosil NoEs (> 600 scientific/technical staff in Nanoelectronics) Legal entity: French Association Structure: General Assembly (all the Members) Governing Board (5 Members representing all the research areas) Director of the Institute ,

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  3. Members of the Sinano Institute Chalmers IMEL AMO Glasgow Tyndall IUNET INPG Juelich KTH Liverpool Uppsala RWTH UCL Newcastle URV-Gran. USTL Warwick WUT => Association opened to other Members

  4. Main Objectives * Establish a durable EU Network of researchers from the European Scientific and Academic Community to form a distributed Centre of Excellence in the Nanoelectronics field (=> 16% of the World eco.) * Carry out a role of representation and coordination of the associated Organizations (=> strengthen the efficiency and increase its impact) * Explore the science and technology aspects for n+4 technology nodes and beyond using joint flexible technology, characterization and modelling platforms in order to identify the most promising topics for future ICT and speed up technological innovation * Activities devoted to More Moore (Ultimate CMOS), Beyond CMOS and More than Moore (micro-nano-bio systems, RF devices, etc.) fields * Perform training activities,University curricula, Workshops to develop high competence levels in Europe ; Participate in roadmap definition * Play an important role in European structuring and programs, in collaboration with Research Institutes and Industry, and strengthen the overall efficiency of the European research in Nanoelectronics

  5. Nanoelectronics Landscape The SINANO Institute is particularly focusing on the convergence of More Moore and Beyond-CMOS, on one hand, and the merging of More than Moore and Beyond-CMOS, on the other hand, for developing innovative nanoscale structures that can improve performance and/or enable new functionalities in future terascale ICs

  6. Presentation and approval of the final accountsand the report on the activities for the year 2009 1) Main activities of the Sinano Institute in 2009 i) First General Assembly: => Has been held in Minatec, Grenoble, on January 28, 2009. ii) Communication: * Web site: The web site (supported by Rhône-Alpes region) has been improved: New home page, Platforms, Positions, Dissemination doc. ( , * Flyers, Posters: Additional Flyers and Posters are available (supported by Rhône-Alpes region)

  7. 1) Main activities of the Sinano Institute (2): iii) Dissemination * Workshop: A joint Sinano Institute/Nanosil NoE Workshop, entitled “Silicon-based CMOS and Beyond-CMOS Nanodevices”, has been held in Athens, on September 18, 2009, in the framework of the Conference ESSDERC-ESSCIRC’2009 (5th Sinano Workshop). * Summer School: The Migas Summer School “SOI Concepts: from materials to devices and applications »has been organized in Autrans, France, on June 20-26, 2009.

  8. 1) Main activities of the Sinano Institute (3): iii) Dissemination (2) All the Members of the Sinano Institute have contributed to the report “Sinano Institute vision” (on the web wite), which has been presented to the EU Workshop devoted to future European Workprogrammes in the Nanoelectric field on September 11, 2009. Our vision has been included in the conclusion of the Workshop (Available on the web site Homepage). iv) Projects:         * Networks of Excellence: - The Sinano Institute is a Partner of the Nanosil NoE and is involved in a new NoE proposal in October 2009 - A Marie Curie ITN project has been proposed in December 2009 - Several STREPs involving many Sinano Institute Members have been proposed in October 2009

  9. 2) Final accounts for 2009 (amounts in €):  - Income: * One-time entry membership/Annual fee-2008 (1 Member) 4 000 * Annual fees 2009: 1 000 € x 15 15 000 * EC contribution for Nanosil: 32 762,74 Total 51 762,74 € - Expenditure: * Salaries: 2k€ net/month (Brice Rousseau) + social charges: 25 928 * Salaries: 1,6 k€ net/month (Pascale Caulier) + social charges:17 823 * Travelling expenses (Brice Rousseau+Pascale Caulier) 1 646,71 * Personnel Computer (Pascale Caulier) 988,96 *Professional accountant external to the association 944,84 * Bank account fees 21,27 Total 47 352,78 € - Cash position31-12-2009:79 764,12€

  10. Programme of activities and budget proposal for 2010 1)Programme of activities for 2010 i) Dissemination: * Workshops/Training activities: - A joint Sinano Institute/Nanosil Workshop will be organized in the framework of the Conference ESSDERC-ESSCIRC’2010, Sevilla, Spain, Sept. 10 (Convergence of More Moore, Advanced More than Moore and Beyond-CMOS, 50% Academic Community / 50% (pre-) Industrial Community) • New possible training/dissemination activities in the framework and supported by the Sinano Institute (training/seminar/conference that could be proposed to the Universities-researchers/students…, Members of Sinano Institute), based on the competence of Sinano labs, will be proposed : develop collaboration / attract talented young people to the nanoelectronics area, etc. ; Dissemination activities in public forums/conference/exposition... • Summer Schools: Sinano Modelling School’2010 and Migas’2010

  11. 1)Programme of activities for 2010 (2) i) Dissemination (2): * Book: - A book involving Sinano Partners, entitled “Innovative Materials, Modelling and Characterization for Nanoscale CMOS, will be published in 2010 (Publisher: ISTE/Wiley). * European/National networking: - Establish links with National Networks/Society/projects in order to present and discuss the European and National (Member States) vision/strategies in the Nanoelectronic field (GDR CNRS, Greek Micro-Nano Society, etc.): Research domains, Infrastructures, European/National projects, etc. (general vision/strategy or special topics) => Convergence/coordination of Eur/Nat efforts ii) Projects: - Several STREPs in the framework of the call devoted to Nanoelectronics technology (call 5) have been proposed in October 2009 (Nanowires, RF, Small slope switches, Memories, etc.): If accepted kick-off mid 2010 (objectives could be presented at the next GA) - A Network of Excellence in the framework of the call devoted to Nanoelectronics technology (call 5) has been proposed in October 2009 (Nanofunction: convergence of Advanced More than Moore and Beyond CMOS): If accepted kick-off mid 2010

  12. 1)Programme of activities for 2010 (3) ii) Projects (2): - A project in the framework of Marie Curie ITN actions (“Initial training of researchers” PIONEER) has been proposed in the “People” Programme in December 2009: If accepted kick-off by the end of 2010 -A project dedicated to flexible Research Infrastructures (“I3” action) could be proposed at the future “Capacities” call in 2010 (Networking activities, Transnational access, Joint research activities) - Collaborations with international partners outside Europe could be developed : => Possible projects could be submitted at the future “Capacities” calls in 2010 (activities of international cooperation devoted to “Science and Technology”) => Develop bilateral cooperation (MOU): exchanges, common students/PhDs, etc. - In the framework of the EC programme “Regions of knowledge”, projects to improve integration are supported (call in 2010): “Support of development across Europe of regional “research-driven clusters” associating universities, research centres, enterprises and regional authorities (implemented through CSA) : Research projects, Researcher mobility, Improving and sharing Infrastructures, Dissemination etc.

  13. 1)Programme of activities for 2010 (4) iii) Communication: - SinanoBest Paper Award in the framework of ULIS (joint Sinano/Ulis) ? - Other actions … ? iv) Other proposals ?

  14. 2)Budget proposal for 2010 (amounts in €): • Income: * Annual fees 2009: 1000€ x 3: 3 000 * Annual fees 2010: 1000 € x 18: 18 000 * EC contribution for Nanosil 10 212 * Nanofunction ? * Cash position 1-1-2010: 79 764,12 Total 110 976,12 € - Expenditure: * Salaries: 1,6 k€ net/month (Pascale Caulier) + social charges: 36 000 * Travelling expenses 3 000 * Animation of the SINANO Institute (organization of Workshops, etc.) 9 000 Total 48 000 € - Proceeds: 62 976,12€ Reserve fund(article 6 of Internal Regulations): 62 976,12 € ; this reserve fund will be updated every year.