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H2020 FET-OPEN-01-2016-2017 (RIA): Búsqueda de pyme del sector de fotónica de silicio o comunicaciones ópticas para un proyecto de nanofotónica

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDDE20160408001
Publicado:
08/04/2016
Caducidad:
08/04/2017
Resumen:
Una universidad alemana está formando un consorcio para presentar una propuesta a la convocatoria FET OPEN. El objetivo es crear un autoensamblaje interfacial de coloides como enfoque totalmente novedoso para nanofotónica. La universidad busca un socio industrial, preferiblemente una pyme del sector de alta tecnología, con experiencia en fotónica de silicio o comunicaciones ópticas para completar el consorcio. El socio buscado contribuirá con actividades de evaluación y análisis. La fecha límite de la convocatoria es el 11 de mayo de 2016 y el plazo para presentar expresiones de interés finaliza el 18 de abril.

Details

Tittle:
H2020 FET-OPEN-01-2016-2017 (RIA): Consortium seeks SME partner in the area of silicon photonics or optical communications for nanophotonics project.
Summary:
A German university is setting up a consortium for the FET OPEN call. The aim is to establish interfacial self-assembly of colloids as a radically new approach to nanophotonics. They are looking for an industrial partner, preferably a high-tech SME, with experience in the area of silicon photonics or optical communications in order to complete the consortium. The partner would contribute by assessing and testing in this research cooperation.
Description:
A German university is looking for an industrial partner for a project proposal in H2020 FET-OPEN-01-2016-2017 (RIA).

The aim of the project will be to intergrate - by self-assembly of colloidal particles - novel, electrically pumped nanoscopic light sources on silicon chips for opto-electronic applications at communication wavelength.

In order to complete the consortium, presently consisting of universities and an SME, is looking for an industrial partner, preferably a high-tech SME, with experience in the area of silicon photonics or optical communications.

Project description:
Despite the unprecedented technological possibilities offered by nanophotonics, no nanophotonics devices are currently available commercially. This is because the nanofabrication tools required to fully realise the 3D plasmonic nanostructures for these applications are simply not available at present.

The ground breaking aim of this project is to develop a radically new approach for creating nanophotonic devices which is based on ´bottom up´ self-assembly of colloids at liquid and solid interfaces. The method combines high design functionality with low manufacturing costs, making it possible for the first time to make complex 3D plasmonic structures with sub-5nm resolution, enabling us to fully exploit the phenomenal functionality offered by nanophotonics.

As a specifically targeted application of this technology, the consortium will build electrically pumped nanoscale light sources on a silicon chip, a key element for integrating photonics at the single chip level. Specifically the consortium will create three complementary light sources based on nano-antennas, nano-crescents and zero refractive index metamaterials respectively. Their on-chip light sources are compatible with both silicon photonics and future sub-wavelength plasmonic components, making it possible for the first time to create high density photonic integrated circuits (PICs).

However, the significance of the project goes far beyond the creation of on-chip light sources as it also serves to validate their self-assembly approach as a powerful platform for creating hybrid structures for generic nanophotonics devices. The long term impact of the project is therefore very wide, transforming the European industrial landscape and providing sustainable solutions to societal challenges across a broad range of sectors including ICT, quantum technologies, energy, environment, health and security.

The partner sought for the research consortium could be active in fabrication of silicon-on-onsulator (SOI) waveguides or could be a
user of electrically pumped nanoscopic light sources on a silicon chip.
The partner should assess the technological potential of nanoscopic light sources coupled to SOI waveguides and contribute to testing and commercialisation.

Call:
the deadline of FETOPEN-01-2016-2017 (RIA) is 11 May 2016. Expressions of interest can be submitted until 18 April 2016
Stage of Development:
Proposal under development

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
Partner sought: The consortium is looking for a small or medium sized company with experience in the area of "silicon photonics" or "optical communications" in order to complete the consortium. Specific area of activity: -Fabricate of silicon-on-onsulator (SOI) waveguides -Users of electrically pumped nanoscopic light sources on a silicon chip Task to be performed: -to assess technological potential of nanoscopic light sources coupled to SOI waveguides -to test and commercialize
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
No
Languages Spoken:
English
German

Dissemination

Programme-call

Evaluation Scheme:
multiple cutt-off
Anticipated Project Budget:
84.000 -Y-euro; (2016)
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
11/05/2016
Project Duration:
0
Project title and Acronym:
Interfacial self-assembly of colloids as a radically new approach to nanophotonics