Catrene project TRACE held its kick-off meeting in Reutlingen, Germany

TRACE Project Team at Kick-Off in Reutlingen

On April 11 the Catrene project TRACE held its kick-off meeting at Robert Bosch GmbH in Reutlingen. The project intends to develop methods and processes to enable a qualified and secure transfer of leading-edge micro- and nano-electronic technologies from the consumer domain to the automotive and industrial domains.

The project team consists of more than 100 engineers from 35 project partners, originated from five the European countries Austria, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. It is coordinated by TRACE Partner Bosch and runs until April 2019. Project funding is provided by the respective national authorities in the context of the Catrene regulations.

Picture on the right: MinR Dr. Stefan Mengel from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.