Projects - Past projects
Boost 4.0 will lead the construction of the European Industrial Data Space to improve the competitiveness of Industry 4.0. Boost 4.0 will also guide the European manufacturing industry in the introduction of Big Data in the factory, providing the industrial sector with the necessary tools to obtain the maximum benefit of Big Data.
DEFENDER will model CEIs as distributed Cyber-Physical Systems for managing the potential reciprocal effects of cyber and physical threats; deploy a novel security governance model, which leverages on lifecycle assessment for cost-effective security management over the time; bring people at centre stage by empowering them as virtual sensors for threat detection.
In view of the growing demands placed on the electrical, optical and thermal functionality of LEDs, more and more attention is being paid to research into new material properties. The purpose of the FLINGO project is therefore to develop new materials and processes to improve the characteristics of LEDs, such as efficiency and durability.
HERACLES main objective is to design, validate and promote responsive systems/solutions for effective resilience of CH against climate change effects, considering as a mandatory premise an holistic, multidisciplinary approach through the involvement of different expertise (end-users, industry/SMEs, scientists, conservators/restorators and social experts, decision, and policy makers).
The vision of 1D-NEON is to develop fibre-based smart materials along with an integrated technology platform for the manufacturing in Europe of new products with multi-sectorial applications in consumer electronics, energy, healthcare and fitness, smart buildings, sensors and e-skin for soft robotics.
The BET_EU integrates synergies in the area of Advanced Functional Materials & Nanotechnologies for a better Europe, targeting the specific field of paper electronics, aiming to bridge gaps and capacity building in science and technology identified in Uninova & I3N cluster
The HUNTER project will develop revolutionary power devices that convert humidity into electrical charge (hygroelectricity), thereby contributing to the European technology and creativity through joint R&D and R&I multisectorial and international cooperation activities supported by knowledge sharing. The devices will harvest electricity from atmospheric humidity and supply a current.
Nan2All aim to co-produce recommendations addressing especially decision-makers in the EU and Members States in the area of nanotechnology research and innovation on how to increase the engagement of societal actors in nanotechnology R&I accross the value chains in order to better align the R&I ouctomes with societal needs, values and expectations.