10th European Test Symposium

Reval Hotel Olümpia, Tallinn, Estonia
May 22-25, 2005


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Sep 19, 2017

About IST Project REASON WORKSHOP

The goal of the REASON Workshop is to disseminate the main results achieved in frame of EU Framework V IST-2000-30193 project “Research and Training Action for System-on-Chip Design - REASON” in the field of Design and Test of Digital Systems.

About REASON
The general goal of this project is to facilitate integration of the academic and research institutions of Central and Eastern Europe working in the field of microelectronics into the mainstream R&D activities going on in the EU countries. The main objectives of the project are as follows:

Raising the level of awareness of industrial problems and the level of competencies among researchers in CEE in methodologies of system-on-chip design and test and analogue and mixed signal IC design for wireless communication, networking, and multimedia.

Strengthening of links between academic and industrial partners, in order to facilitate formulation of new RTD projects and formation of project consortia.

Maintaining and expanding the research infrastructure in the academic and research institutions of Central and Eastern Europe.

Knowledge transfer to the SMEs and raising the level of awareness of the IST programme, in order to facilitate participation of SMEs in the Sixth Framework Programme projects.