European representative for IRDS International Roadmap for Devices and Systems

IRDS™/INC2021 conference on 23-24 September – virtual event!

Day 1: Highlights of the 2021 IRDS™ roadmap will be presented and overall revision plans for the 2022 IRDS™ will be outlined.
Day 2: Presentations and discussions from international experts with topic that cover, for example, nano-devices and materials in the fields of More Moore, More than Moore and Beyond-CMOS. Related subjects from SINANO Institute and the Systems and Devices Roadmap of Japan (SDRJ) will be presented.

The IEEE International Nanodevices and Computing (INC) Conference covers the continuously evolving technology ecosystem based on nanotechnology, nanodevices, and computing, supporting the global information technologies infrastructure. The INC conference includes predictions on devices for computing and communications, computer architecture, and applications. The latest results in the field of Neuromorphic Computing, Quantum Computing, and Machine Learning at the Edge will be highlighted. The advent of 5G has created excitement, and INC will present for the first time a mapping of what needs to be done to cover the full technology landscape.

Webinars organised by IEEE IRDS, EDS France, and the SINANO Institute

IEEE IRDS Beyond CMOS Webinar

IEEE EDS France, IRDS and the SINANO Institute will organize a Webinar on “IEEE IRDS Beyond CMOS” held by An Chen on 30th August 2021 at 17:00 Paris time

IEEE IRDS More Moore roadmap for Edge and Cloud Computing Enablement

As the successor to the ITRS, the IRDS™ topics are a forecast of technology and systems characteristics, needed technologies, and capabilities of the microelectronics and systems industries.  The intent is to focus on academic, manufacturing, supply, and research coordination regarding the development of microelectronic devices and systems.

The goals of the roadmap are as follows:

  1. To identify key trends related to devices, systems, and all related technologies by generating a roadmap with a 15-year horizon
  2. To determine generic devices’ and systems’ needs, challenges, potential solutions, and opportunities for innovation
  3. To encourage related activities worldwide through collaborative events, such as related IEEE conferences and roadmap workshops

About IRDS

IRDS Mission: Identify the roadmap of electronic industry from devices to systems and from systems to devices.
This initiative focuses on an International Roadmap for Devices and Systems through the work of roadmap teams closely aligned with the advancement of the devices and systems industries, especially for computing applications.
Led by an international roadmap committee – IRC – including the SiNANO Institute, International Focus Teams (IFTs) will collaborate in the development of a roadmap, and engage with other segments of the IEEE, such as Rebooting Computing, and related industry communities, in complementary activities to help ensure alignment and consensus across a range of stakeholders, such as Academia, Consortia, Industry or/and national laboratories.

Link with the SiNANO Institute

IRDS’ Executive Committee is comprised of leaders from five regions of the world: Europe (SiNANO Institute), Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and the U.S.A.

The SiNANO Institute is hence the European representative for IRDS.

Francis Balestra is the European representative in IRC – International Roadmap Committee.

International roadmap efforts directly aligned with the IRDS:

  • NanoElectronics Roadmap for Europe: “Identification and Dissemination” (NEREID) – SiNANO Institute Scientific Coordinator
  • The System Device Roadmap Committee of Japan (SDRJ)
  • ITRS2.0
  • the International Electronics Manufacturing Initiative (iNEMI)
  • Sandia National Labs

And also

The 2021 International Symposium on Roadmapping Devices and Systems (ISRDS) -virtual- has featured:

  • Read-outs that preview the 2021 International Roadmap for Devices and Systems (IRDS)
  • Highlights from the 2020 IEEE International Conference on Rebooting Computing (ICRC 2020) including “what is next for Reversible Computing”, “Large-scale Neuromorphic design principles”, and “Circuit Characterization for quantum processing”.

Two-Day Program : PROGRAM – 2021 ISRDS May 26 and 27

  • Day 1: “2021 IRDS Roadmap Summaries”
  • Day 2: “New Directions for Computing”

Register here for ISRDS 2021 On-Demand

The 2020 IRDS Roadmaps have been released:

You can freely dowload the International Roadmap for Devices and Systems (IRDS ) 2020 Edition on:

IRDS Press Release Summer 2019

The SiNANO Institute is one more time well mentionned in the latest IRDS Press Release: