The project is focused on the development of an innovative ligthting system based on the assembly of microchips using roll-to-roll manufacturing processes over flexible substrates. The system will include advanced optical designs for uniform luminosity and advanced thermal management.
Fas made up from computer-driven subsystems:transport system supply/address system, manufacturing equipment with 2 robot cells, control system which establishes schedule and provides line control in real-time through a l.A.N.
Preservia will develop new and innovative solutions for secure, immune and authentic long term preservation of digital data. These are innovative and unique properties not found in todays disk and tape based storage solutions.
This innovative r&d project will be executed by two parties in order to share the technological and financial risks involved in developing a ground-breaking helmet platform with increased protection against rotational force to the brain.
Ecobogie is a novel bogie that will deliver environmental benefits for freight vehicles by decreasing noise emissions by at least 10 db and reducing mass by up to 1000 kg per bogie thus reducing the carbon foot print and track damage and increasing the capacity of existing rail infrastructure
Development of a comprehensive in silico platform for the prediction and analysis of protein - noble gas interactions and potential therapeutic applications across the entire human proteome.
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
Development of a new range of immunodiagnostic kits for the rapid diagnosis of gonorrhoea infections.