Projects

Running Projects

This page will link to projects that are currently running in our group. We apologize in advance if all the projects are not listed yet.

Phablabs 4.0

PHotonics enhanced fABLABS supporting the next revolution in digitalization. A European project to bring integrate photonics in a durable way into the rapidly expanding ecosystem of European Fab Labs and Makerslabs - Start December 2016 - 2018

Innovative Scatterometry

  • Nano-Inspection with Innovative Scatterometry for Metrology in Next-Generation Lithography: link

Coherent polarization scatterometry

Photonics4all

 Project Photonics4all - European Founded - Partner - Start 2015 (2 years)

  • Photonics4All is a European Outreach project, funded by the European Commission to promote photonics and light based technologies to young people, entrepreneurs and the general public across the EU.
    Several tools, like a Photonics App, a game and an animated video explaining photonics will be developed within this project.
    Furthermore special events for each target group, like a start-up challenge, children universities and science slams are organized to make photonics more popular.

Adopsys

  • Project Adopsys - European Founded - Coordinator - Start 2013 (4 years)

Spectr@phone

  • Project Spectr@phone - Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs - Start 2012

Recent Projects

This is the list of the recent projects that finished the last 2 years.

Clean4yield

Lithography

Metrology of small structures

  • EMRP: Metrology of small structures for the manufacturing of electronic and optical devices

Tocano

  • Project TOCANO - Ink-free printing technology - STW Take Off Action - Start September 2015 (6 months)
    Tocano is a startup that has the goal to remove ink from printer. This STW take off in partnership with optica will help the start-up to demonstrate its claims.

Opera

Project OPERA- European Founded - Partner - Start 2013 (3 years) 

  • OPERA (Organic Phosphor for Efficient Remote LED Applications) is an ENIAC JU project financed by the European Union involving the Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands) and the companies Philips Electronics (The Netherlands), Philips Lighting (The Netherlands), Syncom (The Netherlands), Wacker Chemie (Germany) and Nanocomp (Finland).
    Its goal is to demonstrate affordable, highly efficient LED light engines, based on compact optics and on new, inherently lower-cost organic phosphor materials, providing a solid basis for long-term European manufacturing.
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