There are two main challenges: 1. To become sustainable by reducing resource consumption, managing transport and utility networks in a sustainable way, reducing environmental and man-made impacts, improving safety and security and protecting cultural heritage; 2. To become a demand-driven sector.
To develop new products based on miniaturisation, autonomy, reliability, high speed and low energy, using micro and nanotechnologies by addressing heterogenous technologies for ambient intelligent vision. This cluster is the follow-up of eurimus ii and pidea+.
The project deals with the combination of a novel viral vector technology with a proprietary dendritic cell vaccine delivery technology to develop immuno-therapies to treat type 1 diabetes, house dust mite allergy and breast cancer; all major immunity-associated diseases.
The eureka e!-Surf action is directed at developing new, application oriented, industrially viable technologies in the focal area of surface engineering for implementation in resource efficient, sustainable production, products, and services along the entire value chain.