Project ADMONT

Project Admont
Project Admont

Holistic value creation processes for More than Moore technologies are lacking Europe-wide. The project ADMONT starts here and will merge various competencies and technical equipment regarding this topic within the area of Dresden. The goal is to establish a distributed pilot line for products and services, from ultra-high voltage technology, to OLEDs, to the 2.5D and 3D integration of ICs. Due to the local proximity of the individual modules in the pilot line, users can benefit from short throughput times and fast production processes. The project partners from industry and research are therefore creating an offer for pioneering developments, such as from the areas of medical technology, mobility or intelligent production.

Share of the Fraunhofer IIS/EAS

The pilot line pursues the approach of covering the broadest possible process variety while ensuring a high level of reliability and robustness of the resulting products. Fraunhofer IIS/EAS will help manage these challenges with its design expertise. For this purpose, automatically created models in particular should help, which can be integrated into simulations with typical design environments of IC designers. The researchers are thus developing simulation models with which the future behavior of circuits and their components can be tested virtually. In order to ensure that these simulations can be used by a number of potential clients, they are adapted to all popular design environments that semiconductor designers work with.


Project status: completed


ADMONT was financially supported by the European Commission as well as the participating member states. The national funding for Saxon project partners was divided equally between the federal government and the Free State of Saxony.