The collaboration between chip machine manufacturer ASML from Veldhoven and Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) has been extended. The high-tech company is also investing hundreds of millions in a new university building that should provide space for 500 researchers and students, including ASML employees.
The new research building will also include a cleanroom, a dust-free and sterile workspace for which the university will recruit top scientific talent. TU/e chairman Robert-Jan Smits told Omroep Brabant that the collaboration offers a huge opportunity to the university, but also to scientists and students.
ASML and TU/e will be conducting joint research over the next ten years into artificial intelligence (AI) and the production of fast chips, among other things. Forty new researchers will be hired for the project. The new building must be ready before the end of 2025.
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