EUREKA Initiative for Packaging & Integration of Devices & Smart Electronic Systems

EURIPIDES² is a EUREKA Cluster promoting the generation of innovative, industry-driven, pre-competitive R&D projects in the area of Smart Electronic Systems.

EURIPIDES² operates in an open community of large industry, SMEs, universities, research institutes and user organisations, along the Electronic Components and Systems value chain. EURIPIDES² facilitates access to national funding in Europe and beyond. As a EUREKA Cluster, the network is open to participants worldwide.

EURIPIDES² covers the whole electronic systems integration value chain, from materials, equipment and technologies, components and modules, up to embedded, enmeshed and implanted systems.

19 EUREKA member/partner/associated countries (Belgium, Czech Republic, Canada, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Norway, Monaco, Poland, Romania, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Türkiye) have given their approval of this new program dedicated to smart electronic systems. EURIPIDES² will run until June 2021.

EURIPIDES focuses on:

  • Smart Electronic Systems
  • Smart Systems Integration from components to systems: heterogeneous, physical and functional integration, consideration of thermal, mechanical, electrical, optical, electromagnetic compatibility and reliability characteristics, packaging and interconnection, testing, validation and industrialisation
  • Integrated Micro- and Nano systems
  • Industrialization and manufacturability of systems, integration of hardware, software and energy storage


Application areas:

  • Transport & Mobility
  • Electric mobility
  • Autonomous transport
  • Health & well-being
  • Manufacturing / Factory Automation
  • Digital industry
  • Telecom and interconnection system
  • Energy
  • Aerospace
  • Smart Systems for the Environment
  • IoT
  • Wearables


EURIPIDES² is operated since 1 January 2021 by AENEAS.


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