The National Centre for Programme Management is involved in two main Joint Technology Initiatives (JTI) projects:

- The Artemis JTI (Advanced Research & Technology for EMbedded Intelligence and Systems);
- The ENIAC JU (European Nanoelectronics Initiative Advisory Council Joint Undertaking) has the role to implement the Joint Technology Initiative (JTI) on nanoelectronics.



Artemis JTI implemented as a Joint Undertaking (JU) which is as a public-private partnership between:

The European Commission
Member States
Artemisia, a non-profit Industrial Association

Artemis aims to tackle the research and structural challenges faced by the industrial sector. The objective is to define and implement a Research Agenda for Embedded Computing Systems. The Artemis JU will manage and co-ordinate research activities through open calls for proposals through a 10-year 2.5 billion research programme on Embedded Computing Systems.

The programme is open to organisations in European Union Member States and Associated Countries. Selected projects will be co-financed by the Joint Undertaking and the Member States that have joined Artemis.

Artemis aims to help European industry consolidate and reinforce its world leadership in embedded computing technologies. The economic impact in terms of jobs and growth is expected to exceed 100 billion over ten years.

For more information: http://www.artemis.eu/.



The ENIAC Joint Undertaking (JU)- has been set up for a period up to 31 December 2017.

ENIAC JU defines and implements a Research Agenda, notable by awarding funding to participants in selected projects following competitive calls for proposals, by promoting a public-private partnership, and by achieving synergy and coordination of European R&D efforts in the field on nanoelectronics.

The total funding for this R&D programme is estimated at about 3.3 Billion Euro.

The founding members of the ENIAC Joint Undertaking include:

(a) The Community, represented by the European Commission;
(b) Belgium, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, the United Kingdom;
(c) AENEAS, acting as a representative of companies and other R&D actors operating in the field of nanoelectronics in Europe.

For more information: http://eniac.eu/.

Romania represented by CNMP is participating to these initiatives as funding organization for the Joint Calls launched within the ARTEMIS JTI and ENIAC JU projects.