Evaluation and development of industrial lasers for material processing
Experimental and theoretical determination of the distribution of primary and secondary air pollutants in order to understand and predict their chemical transformation and their transport over europe.
Integrated computer communication network/associated server/ equipment transcending national borders using public data networks provided by european ptts to support research collaboration between universities/research organisations
European collaboration in the field of flexible automated assembly systems
Submicron silicon process technology, manufacturing and design capability by 1995. Technical targets: very high complexity (10-100,000,000 transistors/chip); very high speed integrated circuits (5 gbit/s).
New industrial products and technologies as well as craft skills for conservation and restoration work. Establishment of technical standards and guidelines for examination and treatment of objects and monuments.
High power laser facilities installation with beam manipulation/work handling equipment and high power laser instrumentation and beam diagnostic equipment. Setting up a european laser co2 network.
Objective: the aim is to generate sub-projects developing high technology products, processes, systems or services contributing to solving some of europe's major environmental problems.
There exists a growing need to evaluate potential risks from industrial laser applications and develop necessary safety techniques/equipment. This project should result in safe equipment/workstations for industrial laser applications.
Set up a communication network to help industry initiate eureka proposals to improve maintenance. Subjects will cover the r & d needed to enable efficient maintenance techniques and strategies to be developed, tested and implemented.