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Silicon Saxony Cluster

Silicon Saxony Cluster

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Silicon Saxony

Silicon Saxony

Silicon Saxony

Silicon Saxony

The cluster member companies have experience and expertise in such knowledge provinces as micro- and nanoelectronics, solar energy, organic printed boards, energy saving systems, telecommunication technologies and micro-electromechanical systems. The cluster agglomeration of R&D works and industries is between Dresden and Chemnitz.

Dresden had been the major microelectronics R&D and production center in the Eastern block before the reunification of Germany. Microelectronics was among the first to receive government support. After 1990 the cluster managed not only to keep but as well to expand the greater part of its R&D directions. In 2012 the Silicon Saxony was given a medal of ECEI and entered the awarded trio of the major European clusters.

The luster has the following divisions:

  • Micro- and nanoelectronics,
  • Software,
  • Application development,
  • Smart Systems,
  • Energy systems,
  • Collateral development,
  • Agreement.

Today the cluster numbers about 300 participants with 20 000 of persons employed. Its total annual turnover comes to 4 bn EUR.

In October 28th, 2014 within the framework of an educational training on Eastern and Western European territorial clusters international management and development practice arranged for the management and principal specialists of the ITC “Zelenograd” there were signed an agreement and a memorandum between the ITC “Zelenograd” and the Silicon Saxony.

In accordance with the agreement signed with the representatives of the Silicon Saxony cluster it is believed to cooperate in the below:

  • Educational sphere, R&D, business and production,
  • Contribution to international cluster collaboration in optoelectronics, Smart Systems, semiconductors, laser technologies, etc.,
  • Development and implementation of joint information and education programs.  

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