Our third ZeroAMP Consortium Meeting CM3 was held on 30 September and 01 October 2020. The meeting has been organised as a virtual event due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the online format, it was a fruitful meeting: the work for the coming months and the strategies to overcome the impact of COVID-19 on the project were discussed intensively.
In ZeroAMP, we have decided to form an Exploitation Council, composed of a broad range of European industries and experts. In particular, we are pleased to gather leading company representatives of different relevant industries such as automotive, oil and gas, aerospace and medical device.
Recently, we interviewed those experts to fully understand their needs and potential fields of application offered by our NEM switch technology and to give a rounded view of the future. Based on these fruitful discussions, we were able to define our initial set of specifications for the logic FPGA, memory NVM, packaging and the demonstrators.
In addition to technology specifications, the Exploitation Council members will give their regular feedback and suggestions on project execution, target applications, dissemination and use of results throughout the course of the project.
A description of the project has been developed and is available for download, as a two-page printer-friendly PDF document.
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Most of the ZeroAMP academic and industrial partners usually share their latest results obtained in research projects like ZeroAMP in internal seminars at their own premises. This is a good opportunity to showcase the project and get feedback from other colleagues which are not directly involved in this project.
However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the regular format of those seminar talks as a physical meeting of up to 60 people had to be adapted. The seminars are now all held as virtual events and streamed into the home offices of the ZeroAMP members.
Hence, despite COVID-19, the dissemination of our work is going on: our results are shared and always open for scientific discussion.