With a budget of 80 million euros, financed with Next Generation EU funds from theRecovery Plan, the 'Cátedras Chip' program aims to train 1,000 professionals in the microelectronics sector in Spanish universities.
The event will be held this Wednesday, July 12, at 10 a.m. in the auditorium of theSecretary of State for Telecommunications and Digital Infrastructures, at PoetaJoan Maragall, 41, 28071, Madrid.
It will also be possible to attend the event online through a Teams link that will be sent to you once you register.
Those interested in attending the event, both in person and online, may register through the following link:
More than 60 companies will benefit from the 'Chip Missions' grants in collaboration with the CDTI.
Jaime Martorell, Special Commissioner, participates also in the Chips JU inauguration
The aid, totaling over 80 million euros from the Next Generation EU Funds, will be available at the end of the month.