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Stakeholders are all private and public institutions (companies, research centres, academia, regional and national authorities, European Commission) that are involved in the development, support and industrial exploitation of Nanoelectronics.
Structure and Governance
The organization of ENIAC is based on a consolidated model, adopted with minor modifications by most Platforms, and aims at satisfying the requirements of openness and transparency.
The Forum of Stakeholders includes decision makers from leading stakeholders from the private sector and academia, as well as representatives of Public Authorities, of the European Commission and of leading associations. Its mission is to define the strategic orientation of the Platform.
The Steering Committee is a smaller executive and operational representation of the Forum of Stakeholders. It monitors the activities of the Working Groups and especially takes care of the definition, updating and implementation of the Strategic Research Agenda.
The Support Group is composed of advisors to the Steering Committee members. Its task consists in the operational supervision and organization of the activity of the Working Groups and in the coordination of dissemination.
The Mirror Group of Public Authorities includes representatives of Public Authorities supporting the Platform, at national, regional and European level. The mission of the Mirror Group is to develop synergies between national programmes and policies, to promote the implementation of the Strategic Research Agenda from the perspective of public funding and to help establishing a fertile innovation environment and a state-of-the-art research infrastructure in Europe.
The Council of Scientific Community is composed of representatives of Universities and Research Organisations active in Nanoelectronics, and has the function to coordinate the participation of the scientific community in ENIAC, and to nominate representatives in the Forum of Stakeholders and the Steering Committee.
The Office provides permanent secretarial, operational and public relations support for ENIAC.
Working Groups are formed with the contribution of experts from industry and academia, for specific predefined tasks, either permanent or on an ad-hoc temporary basis.