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Institut für Mikroelektronik Stuttgart receives 5 mio. Euros in institutional funding from the Baden-Württemberg government

May 02, 2014

The institutional funding of the Institut für Mikroelektronik Stuttgart (IMS) by the Ministerium für Finanzen und Wirtschaft will be 5 mio. Euros.

"Its internationally renowned expertise in nano and micro electronics makes the IMS an important facility for the technological infracture in Baden-Württemberg, particularly for small and medium-sized companies", says Nils Schmid - Minister for Finances and Economy in Baden-Württemberg. "The business-oriented research outside of the universities significantly contributes to the strengthening of the innovation and competitiveness of Baden-Württemberg´s companies."

Pressemitteilung des Landes Baden-Württemberg

Innovationsallianz Baden-Württemberg

IMS and media - press coverage
Several large daily newspapers, such as Südwestpresse and Schwäbische Zeitung as well as online media reported on the research facility´s instutional funding by the Baden-Württemberg government in recent days. Bild and Focus Online also published a bulletin. This institutional funding is a crucial part of the financial base of the twelve contract research facilities in Baden-Württemberg that make up the Innovationsallianz Baden-Württemberg. The institutes cover their expense in part by the institutional funding of the Baden-Württemberg government, by revenues from publicly financed projects as well as business proceeds from user-oriented research and small series production of high-quality hightech compentents.