The call, within the framework of the PERTE Chip, has been published today in the BOE. Applications may be submitted until September 12, with a budget of 80 million euros.
The objective of the Cátedras Chip grants is to train professionals in the field of microelectronics, semiconductors and R&D through public-private collaboration in Spanish universities, all financed by European funds-NextGeneration EU.
The program aims to promote equal opportunities for students to access training in microelectronics and semiconductors, including the financing of university expenses.
Chip Chairs has a budget of 80 million euros, which will finance university-industry chairs in microelectronics design between 2023 and 2027 to train at least 1,000 professionals.
Applications can be submitted until September 12 through the specific form published on the website of the Secretary of State for Telecommunications and Digital Infrastructure of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation (https://sede.mineco.gob.es/).
More information on the call and the rules governing the program at this 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.