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Emerging Printed Electronics Research Infrastructure
Free-of-charge access for research & technology organizations, industry and small-medium enterprises to develop projects on sustainable flexible large-area printed electronics and photonics.
We are excited to share the latest developments from the EMERGE project. The project's open calls have attracted diverse participants from academia, industries, start-ups, and small-medium enterprises, contributing to its resounding success. The collaborative efforts of European partners have formed a vibrant community, fueling valuable knowledge exchange. The high-quality proposals received during the open calls have been approved for further development, generating valuable insights and outcomes. As EMERGE continues, it promises to make significant contributions to the European innovation ecosystem and shape the future of green flexible large area electronics and photonics technologies (FLAPEP).
Step into the world of innovation and witness the incredible capabilities of PulseForge photonic sintering/ curing technology at the Research institutes of Sweden (RISE) lab, Printed Electronics Arena (PEA). Experts from RISE, DP Patterning, and Merconics showcased PulseForge Invent system's potential, a revolutionary technique that can melt or transform materials with a flash of high intensity light. The event demonstrated real-time applications, including sintering of copper, silver, and gold inks, drying of graphene-based paste, and soldering on various materials. Attendees had the opportunity to test the technology with their own materials, maximizing its potential for their businesses. PulseForge's versatility was highlighted by its performance on flexible substrates like plastic, paper, TPU, and textiles. By integrating PulseForge into your electronics production line, you can achieve up to 80% reduction in energy consumption compared to conventional reflow soldering. This not only saves costs but also showcases your commitment to sustainability. Partnering with EMERGE and PEA at RISE provides access to PulseForge technology. Whether you're in sustainable, flexible, printed, or organic electronics, PulseForge unlocks the next level of success for your business.
Join us in Heraklion, Crete, Greece from 11-15 September for the upcoming workshop in emerging printed electronics and bioelectronics. Engage with researchers and industry experts to drive advancements in large area electronics, flexible devices, and biosensors. Stay tuned to EMERGE for exclusive coverage and highlights!
Experience the advancement of flexible electronics as Technische Universität Dresden, Hellenic Mediterranean University, and research team from University of Chemistry and Technology (Prague) join forces to create a revolutionary manufacturing process for flexible multifunctional sensors, on plastic foils, capable of simultaneously responding to light illumination and mechanical deformation, unlocking new potential for smart devices.
Welcome to Emerging Printed Electronics Research Infrastructure (EMERGE) – the cutting-edge EU-funded project dedicated to advancing the development of flexible, large-area electronics and photonics. Our state-of-the-art research infrastructure covers the entire spectrum of materials synthesis, process design, architecture, device, and system development, providing a unique interdisciplinary approach to tackling the challenges in this field.
With EMERGE, we are paving the way for the introduction of new, recyclable electronics products that are not only environmentally friendly but also cost and time-efficient. By establishing guidelines for industrial symbiosis of green technologies, we are identifying best practices and maintaining an up-to-date inventory of projects and opportunities for cross-sectoral cooperation and networking.
Join us on this exciting journey towards a sustainable future with EMERGE. Explore our website and discover how you can be part of the next generation of innovative and eco-friendly electronics products.
EMERGE integrates laboratories that have complementary capabilities in performing projects on sustainable flexible large-area printed electronics and photonics (FLAPEP). Researchers from academia, industry, startups and small-medium enterprises will have the unique opportunity to work and collaborate with leading experts in the field of FLAPEP, and gain free-of-charge access to state-of-the-art facilities to implement their project ideas on any of the 4 groups of transnational access activities envisaged by EMERGE.
The user community can apply for access to EMERGE infrastructures by submitting a proposal during the active period of the Open Call, choosing suitable installations to conduct their experiments. The projects are properly evaluated regarding their technical feasibility and quality of the workplan, and selected according to defined eligibility and ranking criteria.