12,1 miljoen voor HTSM-projecten

Paul van Gerven
Leestijd: 2 minuten

STW heeft in haar programma High Tech Systemen en Materialen 26 projecten gehonoreerd. Het totale budget bedraagt 12,1 miljoen euro, waarvan 9 miljoen van STW en 3,1 miljoen van het bedrijfsleven. Voorwaarden voor deelname waren onder meer dat het voorstel moest passen in een van de zestien roadmaps van de TKI HTSM, dat de subsidie niet meer dan een half miljoen per project mocht bedragen en dat bedrijven minimaal 35 procent van de kosten bijdragen.

Aanvrager Instelling Project
P.M.J. van den Hof TU Eindhoven Nanometer-accurate planar actuation system (Napas)
A. Neto TU Delft THz silicon-Integrated camera for low-cost imaging applications (Ticam)
P. Kruit TU Delft Massively parallel electron-beam imaging
N.A. van Bakel Nikhef Silent sensors for stellar echo’s and seismic surveys
A.H.M. Smets TU Delft Light management and interface engineering for highly efficient and ultra-thin Cigs solar cells (Limiet)
L.C.N. de Vreede TU Delft Seedcom – Smart energy efficient digital communication
E.A. Lomonova TU Eindhoven High voltage actuation system for future generation lithography machines (HVas)
H.S.J. van der Zant TU Delft Integrated graphene pressure sensors (IGPS)
R. van der Toorn TU Delft Reliability simulation models for advanced CMos and bipolar technologies (RSM)
C.J. Lee Differ New materials for extreme ultraviolet & integrated circuits (NMEIC)
L.M.T. Somers TU Eindhoven Fate of forgotten fuel
N.S. Pannu Universiteit Leiden Protein structures for poorly diffracting crystals
H.T. Wolterbeek TU Delft Ultra-high specific activitiy 177Lu: a radioisotope generator based on the decay of long-lived 177mLu
H.J.H. Brouwers TU Eindhoven Development of eco-concretes by using industrial by-products
R. van der Toorn TU Delft Predictive modeling for circuit design in face of increasing stochastic mismatch in advanced CMos technology nodes (CSM)
O.C.G. Adan TU Eindhoven Robust microbial batteries: understanding electro-active biofilms (Biobat)
J.G.M. Kuerten TU Eindhoven Modeling drying droplets on porous substrates
G.C.A.M. Janssen TU Delft Graphene wafer-scale technology: the ultimate material goes from lab to fab
M. Verhaegen TU Delft Smart control of OBFN-based phased array systems (Scopas)
B. Rieger TU Delft Automated multi-modal tomography for sub-22nm IC nodes
P.H.N. de With TU Eindhoven Gastroesophageal reflux disease diagnosis by video analysis for neonates (Gardian)
S.M. Garcia Blanco UT Waterprint: On-chip optical sensors for the fingerprinting of contaminants in drinking water
R.M. Schiffelers UMC Utrecht Nanomedicines targeting the multiple myeloma-stroma alliance
W.H. Roos VU A high-end flow cell system for nanoparticle manipulation
B.C. Stoel Leiden UMC Atlas-based image analysis of inflammatory markers on extremity MRI for early identification of rheumatoid arthritis
J.J.C. Remmers TU Eindhoven Physics based modelling of failure in textile composites under complex stress states

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