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The partners in the project, which has a duration of four years, come from academia, industries and organisations in 7 European countries and are experts in their fields, covering nanomaterial synthesis and scale-up, ink formulation, high throughput printing, equipment manufacture and process engineering, nanosafety assessment, process and post-process characterisation of nanomaterial inks and components as well as CIGS PV cell, touchscreen display and LCD design and manufacture.

The project coordinator is DI Dr. Andreas Klug, MBA from NanoTecCenter Weiz Forschungsgesellschaft mbH (Austria), who is supported by Dr. Paul Reip from Intrinsiq Materials Ltd (UK). Further partners are NanoGap Sub-nm-Powder S.A. (Spain), M-Solv Ltd (UK), Thomas Swan & Co Ltd (UK), BioNanoNet Forschungsgesellschaft mbH (Austria), Touchnetix Ltd (UK), Nexcis (France), EuroLCDs (Latvia), Nanotechnology Industries Association (Belgium), University of Bologna (Italy), Fundacion Tecnalia Research & Innovation (Spain) and University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain).

 

Intrinsiq Materials

SME- Intrinsiq Materials are the largest suppliers of nano-materials in the UK (world leaders in production of nano-Cu), producing more than 200 different nano-particles as well as expertise in nanoparticle coating technology, ink/paste formulation and development of laser sintering processes. 

NanoGap

SME - leading manufacturers of silver nanowires and are developing alternatives to ITO materials for printed electronic applications 

NanoTecCenter Weiz

Leading European organisation with expertise in inkjet development to applied research projects in the field of printed and organic electronics and sensors who will lead the work on testing and benchmarking of printed Cu-conductive structures and silver nanowires 

M-Solv

Are a leading manufacturer of precision laser micro machining equipment and inkjet materials deposition equipment 

Thomas Swan

SME - Leading manufacturer of single wall carbon nanotubes and Elicarb® graphene powder and Elicarb® graphene dispersion 

TouchNetix

SME - Are a designer and deliverer of capacitive touch screen solutions with over 25 years’ experience in development of CTS devices. 

Nexcis

Is an innovative manufacturer of CIGs PV cells predominantly owned by EDF 

EuroLCD

Is an innovative pan-European company specialising in the development and manufacture of LCD products for both emerging 3D visualisation applications and industrial applications. 

BioNanoNet ​​​​​Is an Austrian network which combines wide range in expertise in nanomedicine and Nanotoxicology and are an active member of the EU nanosafety cluster.
Nanotechnology Industries Association

Trade association which is focussed on promoting innovation and commercialisation of nanotechnology 

Università di Bologna

 

RTO with expertise in the modelling and diagnostics to optimise plasma synthesis of nanoparticles. 

TECNALIA

RTO with expertise in the materials characterisation and deposition of nanomaterials. 

University of Santiago de Compostela

RTO with expertise in characterisation of silver nanowires and process optimisation.