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Get A Free Ticket to LOPEC 2018 And Learn How To Integrate Flexible Electronics Technologies Into Novel Products

 

If you still have not made your mind to visit LOPEC 2018, AMIRES team might help you to sort it out. Besides a free ticket that we have available as one of the exhibitors (check the list of exhibitors here)  we would like to highlight pilot lines and digital innovation hub for flexible electronics prototyping as they are worth exploring. 

These 3 Horizon 2020 funded projects (InSCOPE, Lyteus and SmartEEs) will jointly exhibit to Industrialize Flexible Electronics” at LOPEC in booth BO.FO 1c. Their main goal is to support the industry, newcomers and SMEs in transforming flexible electronics technologies (Organic photovoltaics, OLED displays, novel lighting, Electronics and Integrated Smart system) into novel products. These consortia bring state-of-the-art equipment & expertise from EU’s leading research organization to bring new product concepts to life.


 

What you can expect in the booth BO.FO 1c:

  • Demonstrators’ exhibition – one of them shows a future vision for elevators as well as manufacturing solution
  • Presentation by EC representative (14 March 14:00-15:30)
  • Access to more information on funding 165k€ worth Technology & Business services
  • Cocktail time while signing up for the open call

More and more industry sectors use printed electronics to create new products, application possibilities or design options, therefore, we think it is a great chance to catch the glimpse of the LOPEC experience.

In overall, good reason for your visit might be a free ticket that you can get from us. Do not miss the chance as the number is limited and contact Jana Mwangi at mwangij@amires.eu with a request for free tickets to visit “Industrializing Flexible Electronics”.

Last but not least come and greet the AMIRES team to this BOOTH: BO.FO 1c.

 

SmartEEs Webinar

 

SmartEEs partners are pleased to invite you to participate in the SmartEEs Webinar on 20 February 2018, at 13.00 p.m. CET. The webinar is tailored for SMEs, and Mid-caps who want to learn more about the SmartEEs technologies and application process, and who want to increase their chance of winning the Call.

SmartEEs is the European acceleration program supported by the European Commission and dedicated to help Innovative Companies access new markets and grow their businesses by integrating flexible electronics technologies into products and services.

All applicants to SmartEEs acceleration program will benefit from SmartEEs unique ecosystem composed of leading research organizations, recognized experts in business development and access to funding, as well as more than 34 international clusters, 18 industrial partners and 8 private organizations. In addition, the applicants to the program will get access to more than 35 flexible electronics technologies displayed in the Marketplace to develop new products integrating organic photovoltaics, flexible displays, OLED lighting, smart integrated systems. A total of 165 k€ worth Technology & Business services will be available to each laureate company through services provided by the SmartEEs consortium, including a 60 k€ Voucher allocated to the company. The services will support financially the fabrication of a demonstrator based on the winning product ideas and the set-up of associated business plans and value chains. Access to investors will be included in this support.

The Call is open to SMEs, start-ups and Mid-caps, tech (innovative companies) or non-tech (traditional industries) from all activities fields. It is possible to apply anytime until 20 September 2019.

Please click here to enter the SmartEEs acceleration program and submit your application to the open Call for Application Experiments.

If you wish to learn more about the SmartEEs technologies and eligibility criteria for the Call, and thus increase your chance of winning the Call, register for the SmartEEs Webinar on 20 February at 13.00 p.m. CET by clicking here.

 

ETPN Regenerative Medicine Working Group Webinars

Working Group Nanotechnologies for Regenerative Medicine (WG RegMed) of the European Technology Platform for Nanomedicine (ETPN) in partnership with AMIRES launched a series of webinars, presenting recent advancement of ETPN  members in the field of nanotechnologies for regenerative medicine. These webinars aims to improve know how exchange, identification of key European experts and a wider networking among ETPN members (e.g. for collaborative projects). It is also intended to keep webinars open for ETPN non-members, particularly for industrial companies, to facilitate cooperation between researchers and enterprises (mainly SMEs). Please see below the list of past and upcoming webinars and their details (including recordings of the past webinars).

 

Upcoming Webinar
Topic Date Time Presenter Details
To be announced soon

 

Past Webinars
Topic Presenter Link
Polymeric Nanocapsules as tools to face challenges in Regenerative Medicine Dr. Gemma Vilar, LEITAT Technological Center HERE
Intervertebral disc regeneration assisted by collagen nanostructures Prof. Jörg Meisel, BG-Clinic Bergmannstrost Halle HERE
Extracellular Matrix Analogues for the Pre-clinical Handling and Transplantation of Cells Prof. Matteo Santin, Brighton Centre for Regenerative Medicine HERE
Nanofibrous materials – from polymeric solutions to their applications Dr. Marek Pokorny & Dr. Katerina Knotkova, CONTIPRO HERE
Application of stabilised FGF2 in wound healing Dr. Zdenek Rucka, ENANTIS HERE
Implantable polymeric scaffolds for neural repair Prof. Maria Letizia Focarete, University of Bologna
Prof. Laura Calzà, University of Bologna
HERE
Selenium nanoparticles and their utilization in scaffolds Prof. Vojtěch Adam, Mendel University in Brno HERE
Panbio-electronics  Prof. Daniel Simon, Linköping University HERE
H2020 Funding Opportunities for RegMed Dr. Rudolf Fryček, AMIRES HERE
BIOPRINTING – Engineering Complex Bioarchitectures to Biomimic Nature: A Step Closer To The Development of Artificial Organs Marc Thurner, regenHU HERE