The founding members of the ENIAC Joint Undertaking include:
(a) the Community, represented by the European Commission;
(b) Belgium, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, the United Kingdom; and
(c) AENEAS, acting as a representative of companies and other R&D actors operating in the field of nanoelectronics in Europe.
The ENIAC Joint Undertaking is open to new members (see Article 3.2 of the Statutes of the ENIAC Joint Undertaking for eligibility criteria) from the following entities:
(a) other Member States and associated countries;
(b) any other country pursuing R&D policies or programmes in the area of nanoelectronics;
(c) any other legal entity capable of making a substantial financial contribution to the achievement of the objectives of the ENIAC Joint Undertaking.