First Call of EMERGE proposals: access to EMERGE facilities has started!

First Call of EMERGE proposals: access to EMERGE facilities has started!

7 proposals were collected at the deadline of 15th July 2022 and evaluated.

5 proposals had successfully passed the technical feasibility assessment by the EMEGE Technical Liaison Office and international peer review led by the External Reviewers Panel. 

In October, EMERGE users started to implement their advanced science, who will make the best use of EMERGE installations and empower technological transfer to the market on sustainable flexible large-area printed electronics and photonics. 

Proposals submitted in the 2nd Call are now under evaluation, and 3rd Call will open soon. 

Congratulations to our users!

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