Lab for Thin Films - Nanobiomaterials - Nanosystems - Nanometrology

inside2

basmati logo

"BASMATI - Bringing Innovation by Scaling up nanomaterials and inks for printing"

H2020 - NMP - PILOTS 2014
Participation of LTFN
Project Coordinator: UMICORE, Belgium
Duration: 36 months (2015)
www.basmati-project.com

The BASMATI project will address the development of active nanomaterial and electrochemical inks for printing technologies such as screen and inkjet printing. The ink formulations will be tested on a case study through printing of a thin film battery. The general objective of the project is to scale-up the ink formulations to pilot line ensuring large volume fabrication of new products with improved properties for printing application.
The consortium consists of 10 partners from 6 different European Countries.

gladiator logo

"GLADIATOR - Graphene Layers: Production, Characterization and Integration"

FP7 grant agreement number 60400
Participation of LTFN
Project Coordinator: Fraunhofer COMEDD Leader
Duration: 42 months (2013)
www.graphene-gladiator.eu

GLADIATOR seeks to improve the quality and size of CVD graphene sheets, and to reduce their production costs, in order to make the use of graphene more attractive e.g. in applications such as transparent electrodes for large area organic electronics.
The project will achieve this by optimizing the performance of CVD graphene (using doping) increasing the throughput and size of CVD batch reactors improving the process by which graphene is transferred from the CVD catalysts to the application substrate.

nanoreg logo

H2020 - NMP 646221
Participation of LTFN
Project Coordinator: Ineris, France
Duration: 36 months
www.nanoreg2.eu

NanoReg2 will establish safe by design as a fundamental pillar in the validation of a novel manufactured material.

The NanoReg2 project, built around the challenge of coupling SbD to the regulatory process, will demonstrate and establish new principles and ideas based on data from value chain implementation studies to establish SbD as a fundamental pillar in the validation of a novel MNM. It is widely recognized by industries as well as by regulatory agencies that grouping strategies for NM are urgently needed. ECETOC has formed a task force on NM grouping and also within the OECD WPMN a group works on NM categorisation. However, so far no reliable and regulatory accepted grouping concepts could be established. Grouping concepts developed by NanoReg2 can be regarded as a major innovation therefore as guidance documents on NM grouping will not only support industries or regulatory agencies but would also strongly support commercial launch of a new NM.

Copyright © 2016-2017 LTFN. All Rights Reserved.