EPPL project successfully completed
Due to the fruitful cooperation of all EPPL project partners, the project results and achievements are groundbreaking.
Find all results and key indicators in the magazine „CTRtimes“ focusing on EPPL project. Read more...
We want to say thank you
to all consortium members for their outstanding spirit of collaboration and goal-oriented approach,
to ENIAC JU and the public authorities in the contributing member states for their financial support and
to all stakeholders involved.
Together, we strengthened European industry and research by innovating advanced semiconductor products made in Europe.
CTR times Magazine -Special Issue EPPL Project
Boosting Energy Efficiency with New Electronics
The EPPL project strengthens Europe’s leading position in power semiconductors by
providing a new generation of power semiconductors based on 300mm technology
setting up a 300mm power pilot line, and
demonstrating highly energy efficient solutions for applications like automotive, renewable energy, automotive LED and healthcare
Power semiconductors based on 300mm wafers open a new dimension in cost-competitive and energy efficient solutions. Manufacturing power semiconductors industrially requires capabilities that pose yet unresolved challenges. EPPL enhances technology research and semiconductor manufacturing and researches chip/package interconnect technologies aiming at practical use in modern, energy efficient applications. The results are targeting a multitude of product innovations of direct impact onto our everyday life.
The EPPL project is aiming for energy efficient innovations.
IMPACT OF EPPL
- Extending Europe’s leading position in power semiconductors – by providing competitive solutions addressing the EU’s Grand Challenges Climate Change, Energy Security, Health and Aging Population
- Securing qualified jobs for Europe by setting up an advanced power semiconductor manufacturing pilot line across European countries
- Improving energy efficiency of European products by providing power semiconductors with less ON-resistance, faster switching characteristics, better feature/cost performance and advanced packaging.
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