fastMOT - Fast gated superconducting nanowire camera for multi-functional optical tomographLogo_fastMOT_rgb.png

[2023 - 2027]    


fastMOT develops an innovative light sensing solution, a fast gated, ultra-high quantum efficiency single-photon sensor, to enable multifunctional deep body imaging with diffuse optics. With its Multifunctional Optical Tomograph (MOT) the consortium will be able to image deep organ and optical structures and monitor body functions including oxygenation, haemodynamics, perfusion and metabolism. fastMOT is funded by the EU’s Horizon Europe programme and by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).

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THRILL - Technology for High-Repetition-rate Intense Laser LaboratoriesLogo_THRILL_komplett_rgb.png

[2023 - 2026]


The THRILL project, which is funded by the European Union, provides new schemes and devices for pushing forward the limits of research infrastructures of European relevance and ESFRI landmarks. Eight partners joined forces not only to work on advancing technology in the field of high-energy high-repetition-rate lasers, but also to train a highly skilled workforce for tomorrow’s challenges in research infrastructures and industry.

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ReMade@ARI - Recyclable Materials Development at Analytical Research Infrastructures

[2022 - 2026]


ReMade@ARI offers access to European labs for developing innovative, sustainable materials for a circular economy. The project involves analytical facilities, instrumentation, methods and the know-how to use them for advanced materials characterization. It provides scientists who are working on the design of new recyclable materials with analytical tools that enable them to explore the properties and the structure of their material in smallest details up to atomic resolution. Transnational access opportunities to various techniques, not only laser sciences, are provided by more than 45 access providing institutions. ReMade@ARI (REcyclable MAterials DEvelopment at Analytical Reserach Infrastructures) is funded by the EU Commission’s Horizon Europe programme and co-funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and by the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation.

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[2020 - 2024]


The EU funded project EURIZON is about European scientific and technical collaboration in the field of research infrastructures (RIs), and it includes in addition a special focus on coordination and support measures dedicated to support Ukrainian scientists and Ukrainian RIs as well as strengthening the RI landscape in Europe.

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