Submicron silicon process technology, manufacturing and design capability by 1995. Technical targets: very high complexity (10-100,000,000 transistors/chip); very high speed integrated circuits (5 gbit/s).
New industrial products and technologies as well as craft skills for conservation and restoration work. Establishment of technical standards and guidelines for examination and treatment of objects and monuments.
New generation computerized distribution system to meet the total future needs of the travel industry.
Set up a communication network to help industry initiate eureka proposals to improve maintenance. Subjects will cover the r & d needed to enable efficient maintenance techniques and strategies to be developed, tested and implemented.
Objective: help catalyse the creation of collaborative r & d projects in the field of adhesives and adhesive joining technology. This will be done through the operation of a network of people in the participating countries.
To improve pan-european computer networks for researchers by introducing advanced network technologies (at 34 mbit/s and and beyond)/applications; improving the quality of services and establishing an appropriate management environment.
Flexible communication network in the field of industrial production systems integrated in company operations to develop competitiveness in mfg. Methods/design, mfg.Systems/ technology and organisation/human resource development.
Will support further development of abatement strategies within europe by providing an improved scientific basis for the quantification of source-receptor relationships for photo-oxidants and acidifying substances.
Microsystems initiative to accelerate the growth and increase the market share of european industries in innovative products and systems that use key components based on micro-technologies, materials, tools and equipment.
The focus will be on both on eco-design and end-of-life management, particularly because of the legislative impact of the european commission's new directive (dg xi), which will probably come into force in 2003.