Electronic Components and Systems for European Leadership – Austria


During the General Assembly 2022 following the conference, ECSEL-Austria was renamed into ESBS-Austria (Electronics and Software Based Systems). The new and programme-independant name shall also reflect the high significance of software as integral component of electronic based systems.

More information in the press release.

ECSEL-Austria is an industry-driven national research, development and innovation platform representing the technology areas of micro and nanoelectronics, embedded systems and systems integration.

Founded by the former technology platforms ARTEMIS-Austria (embedded software and software architecture) and ENIAC-Austria (micro- and nanoelectronics) in 2013, it was enlarged by the areas of “systems and systems architecture”, “framework conditions and visibility” and “network and network development” in 2014. MORE ABOUT US

20 May

You are a Bachelor or Master student? Your thesis topic is related to electronics and software based systems?

03 May

The ESBS-Austria (Electronics and Sortware Based Systems) - former ECSEL-Austria - conference took place at Infineon ...

28 Apr

The impact of projects funded by ECSEL on the Austrian business landscape.

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15 Jun

Paris, France

Technology for a better world

21 Jun

Toulouse, France

Organised by the French Presidency of the EU Council and the European Commission - Save-the-date!

23 Jun

Ariana, Seestadt Aspern, Wien

Twin Transformation

ECSEL Austria Image Video

Technology Areas

Power Electronics

Material in Electronics


HF Electronics & Communications

Embedded Software for CPS

Architecture & Tools

Sensor Modules/Systems

Electronic Based Systems in Austria


R&D organisations




people employed in EBS-relevant companies


locations in Austria 

Partners & members

The network of ECSEL Austria consists of Austrian Stakeholders, Austrian Clusters and Silicon Alps, the BMVIT RDI Framework and "Silicon Austria" Program and the European RDI Framework.