In 1989, the VLSI Design Action EUROCHIP was part of the Europe's response to the challenge created by the increasing use of microelectronics in the rapidly expanding high technology industries. Meanwhile, the follow-up project EUROPRACTICE has started. EUROPRACTICE is an EC initiative which aims to stimulate the wider exploitation of state-of-the-art microelectronics technologies by European industry. The ultimate goal of EUROPRACTICE is to enhance European industrial competitiveness in the global market-place. The institute has joined this project in order to continue with basic and advanced eduction and training in the field of VLSI design.
|Effective start/end date||1/12/92 → 30/11/95|
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