Tájékoztatás | ír kutatóközpontok keresnek magyarországi partnereket H2020 / HE projektek kidolgozására, részvételre

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Az alábbi felsorolásban szereplő ír kutatóközpontok keresnek magyarországi partnereket H2020 / HE projektek kidolgozására, részvételre:
 

Relevant IE Centre

Area

 

Amber – Advanced Materials, Biotechnology and Bioengineering, Nanotechnology, Medical Devices

Materials, Nano, ICT

 

Tyndall – Advanced Materials and Nano/Micro electronics, Smart sensors and systems, Optical communication systems, Mixed signal and analog circuit design, Microelectronic and photonic integration, Semiconductor wafer fabrication, Nano materials and device processing

Materials, Nano, ICT

 

I-Form – 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing – Materials processing, development, feedback, control and modelling.

Materials, Nano, ICT

 

Nimbus Centre - Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet of Things (IoT). Our core application areas include, Sustainable Smart Cities (Water, Energy, Transport), Industry 4.0, Assisted Living

Materials, Nano, ICT

 

SEAM – 3D printing, advanced materials, sensors, polymers, biomedical

Materials, Nano

 

Applied Polymer Technologies Athlone, Biomedical polymers, Polymer recycling, composites.

Materials, Nano

 

Irish Manufacturing Centre – Industry 4.0, Digitization, Automation & Advanced Control, Design for Manufacturing and Sustainable Manufacturing

Manufacturing, ICT

 

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Tech Centre – Cleaning, process control and optimization, Data analysis

Manufacturing

 

Pharmaceutical Science Ireland Foundation Centre - synthesis of APIs, molecules & methods for automated & in-flow generation, Optimizing the development, production & use of safe, effective medicines with focus on poorly soluble drugs, personalized, age appropriate medicines, Enabling a disruptive change in manufacture of drug substances & drug products, through the development & implementation of continuous manufacturing.

Manufacturing

 

CONFIRM – Smart manufacturing.  Data analytics, Product & process control, Enterprise modelling & simulation, Software systems, Network systems & IoT, Sensors, Robotics & controls, Materials processing

Manufacturing, ICT

 

CeADAR – AI, Machine learning, data analytics

ICT

 

CAPPA - advanced photonics and process analytics. non-linear dynamics of lasers, ultrafast laser physics, dynamics of novel semiconductor materials and devices

ICT

 

TSSG – Next generation internet, trust & privacy, 5G & beyond, AI, smart-agri, IoT.

ICT

 

IPIC – Photonics technologies, PICs, photonics packaging etc

ICT

 

CONNECT – future networks and communications

ICT

 

INSIGHT – data analytics, big data, AI, Iot

ICT

 

ADAPT – next generation digital technologies, digital content, AI

ICT

 

MCCI – microelectronics circuit design

ICT

 

WiSAR – Wireless sensor networks and internet of things

ICT

 

Diary Processing Technology Centre: Cost Competitiveness in Dairy Processing, Next Generation Dairy Processing Science and Technology, Innovation for Value through Dairy Processing, Process Quality and Safety by Design, Environmental Sustainability towards a zero emissions Irish Dairy Industry

Food

 

Food Health Ireland: Healthy Cheese, Grass fed dairy, diary ingredients, science to market.

Food

 

Meat Technology Ireland: Genomics, Meat tender, safety and health, meat characterization technologies.

Food

 

VistaMilk: electronic monitoring and actuation technologies to transform an already world-class dairy sector into a global leader in sustainable Agri-Tech. It will specifically address pasture-based dairy production and improved processability. In addition to the creation of new sensing and actuation paradigms, particular focus will be given to developing state-of-the-art analytical techniques applied to largescale, sensor data-sets.

Food, ICT

 

Shannon ABC: Applied Biotec Centre, Shannon ABC identifies innovative ingredients and biological products from natural resources using novel state of the art processes to obtain lead molecules for drug development and value added food, flavour and medicinal products

Industrial Biotech

 

Biorbic: Researcher-led ‘platform’ projects and industry partnered ‘targeted’ projects work to develop a sustainable Irish bioeconomy that seeks to increase resource efficiency by using food processing and marine residues and side streams, and produce value-added materials and products that can be used in chemicals, materials, and nutrition

Industrial Biotech