Spain is committed to support the existing industry ecosystem throughout the country. Find out who is on it:
Companies, SMEs and Multinational companies make up a powerful sector in Spain.
Supporting the development of microelectronics and the relationship between centers to take advantage of existing and potential synergies.
Generating and expanding the synergies between our universities to promote talent.
The State Enterprise for Microelectronics and Semiconductors (SEMyS) was created with the objective to boost the growth of the microelectronics and semiconductors industry and make Spain one of the European leaders in chip supply.Learn more
Amid the country's digital transformation, the Government launched the Strategic Project for Microelectronics and Semiconductors, known as PERTE Chip, aimed to bolster the industry’s’ value chain based on existing strengths. It is structured around four axis, based on domestic strengths, to expand the design and production capabilities of microchips in Spain. It is an ambitious plan financed with Next Generation EU funds.Learn more
The PERTE Chip is developed around four strategic axis, covering the entire industry value chain at different levels.
These strategic components serve as a demand generator for domestic production of microchips and to boost the semiconductor entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Focused on building up the scientific capability of the Spanish ecosystem.
Essential to nourish the design activity, that is essential to the industry.
Projects aimed at increasing Spain’s production capacity and capability.
Oriented to create a fund to finance innovative SMEs, startups and national scaleups in the semiconductor sector.
Integrated in the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, this function is responsible for promoting and coordinating the deployment of all PERTE’s activities towards strengthening the national ecosystem and to place Spain among the benchmark countries in the semiconductor industry.
The Special Commissioner has a technical office to carry out these functions, among which is to promote close, high-level dialogue with the industry sectors. SEMyS plays this role.
Organismo, integrado en el Ministerio de Asuntos Económicos y Transformación Digital, encargado de promover y coordinar el despliegue de las actuaciones del proyecto estratégico de microelectrónica y semiconductores para reforzar el ecosistema nacional y situar a España entre los países referentes de esta industria.
El Comisionado Especial contará con una oficina técnica para el desarrollo de sus funciones, entre las que destaca el fomento de diálogo estrecho y de alto nivel con el sector.
The State Enterprise for Microelectronics and Semiconductors (SEMyS) is the tool with which to provide the industry with financing instruments that will build up the chip sector.
Within the framework of PERTE Chip, this instrument aims to mobilize public investments in the sector and foster public-private cooperation. Aligned with the complex semiconductor sector and with its own features, this organization is designed to innovate and adapt to change.
As part of the SEPIDES public business conglomerate, SEMyS deploys its activity under principles of information disclosure and accountability that provides credibility and confidence to the sector.
Como parte del conglomerado empresarial público de Sepides, SEMyS desarrolla su actividad bajo los principios de publicidad de información y rendición de cuentas que confieren credibilidad y confianza en el sector.
The aid, totaling over 80 million euros from the Next Generation EU Funds, will be available at the end of the month.
The call, within the framework of the PERTE Chip, has been published today in the BOE (Official State Gazette). Applications may be submitted until September 12, with a budget of 80 million euros.
The announcement shows the institute’s interest in strengthening cooperation inSpain within the framework of the Perte Chip.
The Committee, made up of 11 experts in the microelectronics sector, strengthens PERTE's governance.
New seminar will be held on the 'Cátedras Chip' program, aimed at financing education and research in the area of microelectronics, through university-industry collaboration.
The president of the US company has announced the investment, which has been very positively valued by the Government, to install a microchip manufacturing plant.