UNSERE PROJEKTE


OES International

Kontakt:
Dr. Dominik Gronarz
gronarz@oes-net.de
Jitka Barm
barm@oes-net.de

OES International

Die beiden hochspezialisierten Regionen Yonezawa (Japan) und Sachsen sollen voneinander lernen.

In einem intensiven Austausch werden die Kompetenzen der jeweiligen Partnerregione intensiv ausgelotet und ein gemeinsames Konzept zur organischen und gedruckten Elektronik entwickelt.

Mit dem Netzwerk in Japan „Joint Committee about New Industry Creation“ (JCNIC) werden zwei Verbundprojekte mit über 12 Partnern aus beiden Regionen initiiert.

 

MEILENSTEINE

 

25. April 2017 | Bundesforschungsministerin Wanka besucht OES

Hoher Besuch in Hannover – Organische Elektronik zieht 2 Bundesministerien an
Ministerin Wanka erkundigt sich über Fortschritte im Internationalisierungsprojekt.

Pressemitteilung

 

6. Januar 2017 | Interkulturelles Training in Dresden
2. Februar 2017 | Interkulturelles Training in Tokyo

Im Zusammenhang mit dem Projekt „Internet on Things – Intelligent OLED-OPV based Signage for interactive Advertisement“ bietet OES ein Seminar für die internationale Zusammenarbeit mit Japan an.

Pressemitteilung

 

5. September 2016 |Sächsische Spitzenforschung wächst durch internationale Beteiligung

Ausbau der Innovationskooperation mit Japan
Mit konkreten Projektvorschlägen – Reise nach Japan

Pressemitteilung

 

20. Mai 2016 | Bundesforschungsministerin Wanka traf OES-Projektpartner

Die Wissenschaftsminister von Deutschland und Japan verstärken ihre Zusammenarbeit, um mit Forschungsaktivitäten den globalen Herausforderungen zu begegnen.

Pressemitteilung

 

12. Januar 2016 | Ministerpräsident Stanislaw Tillich und OES Vorstandsmitglied Jens Hänel besuchen „Organic Electronic Valley“

Direkt im Anschluss an das Gespräch mit OES reiste MP Tillich mit einer großen Delegation nach Japan und besuchte dort Tokio, Yonezawa, Nagoya und Osaka

Pressemitteilung

 

9. Juni 2015 | Organische Elektronik – Spitzenforschung aus Sachsen wird International

Aufbau einer Innovationskooperation mit Japan und Großbritannien gestartet / Wanka: „Deutschland soll Weltspitze beim Export von Hightech-Gütern bleiben“

Pressemitteilung

 

Das Projekt wird im Rahmen der BMBF-Maßnahme „Internationalisierung von Spitzenclustern, Zukunftsprojekten und vergleichbaren Netzwerken“, als Bestandteil der neuen Hightech-Strategie gefördert.
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LightJumps – An efficient and effective platform for the cooperation of photonics clusters and the exploitation of European SMEs potential.

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Kontakt:
Jitka Barm
barm@oes-net.de

LightJumps – An efficient and effective platform for the cooperation of photonics clusters and the exploitation of European SMEs potential.

Photonics is a key innovation driver in many research and application areas like telecommunications, lighting, entertainment, laser-assisted manufacturing and sensors. Europe is a leading actor in the photonics sector, responsible of 20.3% of the global production, and it is paramount to create a solid framework and virtual infrastructure, foster the competitiveness and global leadership of the EU photonic industry and contribute to the creation of growth and jobs in Europe, whilst raising, at the same time, the awareness of the importance of photonics by all stakeholders, including industry, academia and wider public.

The LightJumps project stems from the need to overcome present difficulties such as networking efficiently; the inability and lack of ambition in extending targets and cooperation; absence of important actors in the value chain; Non-uniformity and fragmentation at the regional and national levels of clusters’ roles and activities.
The LightJumps project will connect photonic clusters, enabling technologies and stakeholders (research partners and SMEs), with clusters and stakeholders in specific application areas, as such bridging communities and help overcoming fragmentation. LightJumps will build and “market-test” a unified and structured industry-driven classification scheme, knowledge framework, support methodologies, interlinked communities and web-based tools to harness the potential of EU companies.

Partners

  1. PNO Consultants (Ciaotech S.r.l in Italy) (Italy) www.pnoconsultants.com
  2. Politecnico di Milano, POLIMI (Italy) www.polimi.it
  3. Fraunhofer FEP (Germany) www.fep.fraunhofer.de
  4. Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, CNR (Italy) www.artov.imm.cnr.it
  5. Sensor City, SENC (Netherlands) www.sensorcity.nl
  6. Lazio Connect, LAZIOCT (Italy) www.lazioconnect.it
  7. Organic Electronics Saxony, OES (Germany) www.oes-net.de
  8. Pôle d’Optique Photonique Sud, OPTITEC (France) www.pole-optitec.com
  9. Technische Universiteit Eindhoven – COBRA Research Institute (Netherlands) w3.tue.nl
  10. InvestorNet/Gate2Growth, INVG2G (Denmark) www.gate2growth.com
  11. Europe Unlimited (Belgium) www.e-unlimited.com/home/home-public.aspx
Supported by:

European Commission FP7 grant agreement nr. 619463


COLAE: Commercialisation Clusters for Organic and Large Area Electronics

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Kontakt:
Jitka Barm
barm@oes-net.de

COLAE: Commercialisation Clusters for Organic and Large Area Electronics

COLAE was a pan European project involving 18 partners from 12 countries. The project focused on the commercialisation of organic electronics technology through the creation of industry clusters.

Have a look at COLAE technologies in this video:

Background

Organic electronics is an emerging technology that opens up a host of design opportunities and will lead to the creation of a range of future electronic applications in key market sectors such as print and packaging, healthcare, construction, automotive and aerospace. The ability to develop flexible form factors increases the freedom for designers to embed technology and functionality into their products, creating the opportunity for new, innovative components that are wireless, smarter, interactive, conformable, thinner, lightweight, and rugged which are able to blend more easily into the surrounding environment.

This new way of manufacturing electronics will give rise to a wide range of novel applications such as flexible displays for mobile devices, smart therapeutic bandages for managing and monitoring recovery of wounds, wearable electronics for monitoring and improving performance, wireless medical devices for rapid diagnostics using printed sensors, conformable lighting and intelligent packaging for consumer goods and industrial products, to name but a few.

The OLAE market is expected to grow rapidly, with leading forecasters predicting a worldwide industry worth up to $96 bn by 2020.

About

The COLAE programme was a collaboration between Europe’s leading organic and large area electronics organisations.

COLAE was created to enhance the design process throughout the industry and to get all universities in the field to work alongside the research institutes with a view beyond research towards commercialisation. The collaboration allowed Europe to remain at the forefront of this key technology area, whilst driving future advancements in highly lucrative markets.

Achievements

COLAE provided European organisations access to an unparalleled knowledge base and the know-how to implement printable electronics technology.

COLAE has harnessed the resources and expertise of its project partners and made it available to the existing organic electronics industry and new organisations entering the market. Members experienced high quality training, workshops and feasibility support alongside access to the best pilot production and manufacturing facilities in Europe.

The project connected players within the industry to create and develop a pan-European supply chain that delivered tangible value and benefits for its members. The COLAE project also engaged a number of end users for further collaborative research and development projects.

Partners

  1. VTT/PrintoCent:Finland, Oulu
  2. Plastipolis: France, Lyon
  3. CEA; France, Grenoble
  4. OES: Germany, Dresden
  5. InnovationLabs: Germany, Heidelberg
  6. Fraunhofer/EMFT:Germany,Munich
  7. Holst: Netherlands, Eindhoven
  8. KMC/Innovation Fab:Netherlands, Eindhoven
  9. CIKC: UK, Cambridge
  10. CPI: UK, Sedgefield
  11. CSEM: Switzerland, Basel
  12. CETEMMSA/PEC4:Spain, Barcelona
  13. AUTH: Greece, Thessaloniki
  14. Acreo: Sweden, Norrkoping
  15. Centi: Portugal, Famalicao
  16. StOLAE: Austria, Weiz
  17. IMSC: Belgium, Gent
Supported by:

European Commission FP7-ICT-2011-7-288881