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 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 aid, totaling over 80 million euros from the Next Generation EU Funds, will be available at the end of the month.
Born as a contact and information point for companies, universities and R&D centers.
The first call for aid within the PERTE Chip framework, ‘Chip Mission’, in collaboration with the Center for Technological Development and Innovation (CDTI)
The announcement shows the institute’s interest in strengthening cooperation inSpain within the framework of the Perte Chip.
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 Committee, made up of 11 experts in the microelectronics sector, strengthens PERTE's governance.
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.
The Special Commissioner for the Microelectronics and Semiconductor Industry, Jaime Martorell, visited Canary Islands to learn about the state of the national ecosystem as part of his tour of Spain.
The First Vice President and Minister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation has chaired the first meeting with the main representatives of the semiconductor.