Start date : 01 March 2013 – Duration 48 month
LaserMicroFab proposes a joint research programme exploiting on the knowledge and expertise of two academic partners (National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and CNRS-LP3) and one SME, Oxford Lasers (OL) through inter-sectorial exchange of knowledge, networking activities and training in the areas of advanced laser processing for organic electronic devices and biosensors.
The goal for this project is to develop Laser digital micro fabrication processes such as selective laser micro and nanopatterning, laser micro-curing and laser micro-printing for precision patterning of complex materials, such as metallic nanoparticle (NP) inks and organic materials.
The integration of laser micro-fabrication processes and the design of a laser platform based on the Oxford Lasers equipment (DPSS pulsed lasers ranging from nanosecond (ns) to femtosecond (fs) duration pulses) will be achieved, in collaboration with the research groups from NTUA and the CNRS LP3.
The success of this project will have a great impact on the market potential of Oxford Lasers’ products and the research excellence of NTUA and CNRS-LP3 in the fields of materials engineering, biotechnology and chemical engineering, ensuring its multidisciplinary character. At the end of this project, a full set of parameters will be established and optimised as an innovative tool for material processing and will be further exploited for new applications and market areas.
More informations on the dedicated website : http://lasermicrofab.ntua.gr/
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