Projects

CeSMA is currently involved in the following publically funded research and development projects that take place in the areas of process development for piezoelectric material, energy harvesting and material development for optical materials.

Research and
development projects

Process development for piezoelectric material, energy harvesting and material development for optical materials

Bio4Comp

Parallel network-based biocomputation

 

C3PO

Continuous pressure mapping with fully printed piezoelectric sensors on rollers

FLINGO

Functional inorganic layers for next generation optical devices

NeMFagO

Novel Materials for the functionalization of printed optics

SHARK

Stable water-resistant anti-reflective coatings on complex substrates to improve energy efficiency

SPARTACUS

Smart sensors for future fast charging batteries

SUPERSMART

Industrialization of high-performance key materials in order to secure the electronic material supply chain

SYMPHONY

Smart hybrid multimodal printed harvesting of energy

Tastsinn-VR

Tactile sensory glove for training and remote control of mining and underwater robots supported by virtual reality

THERATEX

Development of a technology platform to integrate sensor and actuator functionalities in textiles