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US plans $285 million in funding for ‘digital twin’ chips research

Illustrations of a grid of processors seen at an angle with the middle one flipped over to show the pins and the rest shrouded in a green aura
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

The Biden administration is taking applications for $285 million in federal funding — allotted from the $280 billion CHIPS and Science Act — seeking companies to “establish and operate a CHIPS Manufacturing USA institute focused on digital twins for the semiconductor industry.” The plan for the CHIPS Manufacturing USA institute to establish a “regionally diverse” network to share resources with companies developing and manufacturing both physical semiconductors and digital twins.

Funded activities are expected to include, but not necessarily be limited to operational activities to run the Institute; basic and applied research related to semiconductor digital twin development; establishing and supporting shared physical and digital…

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