Reinforce your project proposal with a strong dissemination partner
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Sustainability and Dissemination are important elements of your project proposal. When we are part of your consortium, we offer to take care of stakeholder management, communication (website, newsletter, promotion at events), dissemination of training curricula, content and programmes. We can develop business cases for technology and dissemination among SMEs, cluster platforms and industrial organizations. EPIC can support in identifying follow-on funding opportunities as part of the effort to assure long-term impact and sustainability. At the end of the project, we survey and identify sustainability actions for project technology, define implementation actions and take advocacy action to support follow-up.
Established in 2003, EPIC (European Photonics Industry Consortium) is the best connected association in Europe for Photonics. We compiled the largest database of 5000 photonics companies, and have established relations with industry, research organizations, media, and funding organizations. Through EPIC, you gain access to a large network and various communication tools. EPICs dissemination work was recognized by the award of 1st Prize in the ICT-4EE Competition for Effective Project Website in 2010.
EPIC has conducted these tasks on several European projects, current projects include:
- PIXAPP – Pilot Line for Photonic Packaging (H2020 – Grant agreement No 731954) www.pixapp.eu
- JePPIX – Pilot Line for indium phosphate PICs (photonic integrated circuits), enabled by InPulse (H2020 – Grant agreement No 871345) www.jeppix.eu/pilotline
- PHABULOuS – Pilot Line for the manufacturing of freeform micro-optical components (H2020 – Grant agreement No 871710) www.phabulous.eu
- MedPhab – Pilot Line for photonic-based medical devices and applications (H2020 – Grant agreement No 871345) www.medphab.eu
- MIRPHAB – Pilot Line for the manufacturing of Mid-Infrared sensors (H2020 – Grant agreement No 688265) www.mirphab.eu
- PASSION – development of application driven photonic technologies supporting an innovative transceiver and node for an envisaged network architecture able to match the growing traffic demand in metro connections (H2020 – Grant agreement No 780326) www.passion-project.eu
- MULTIPLE – Multi-model spectral sensors and orchestrated deep models for integrated process optimization (H2020 – Grant agreement No 871345) www.multiple.eu
- LAMpAS – Laser system for high-throughput low-cost production of surfaces with controlled topographic characteristics (H2020 – Grant agreement No 825132) www.lampas.eu
These project have received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement. It is an initiative of the Photonics Public Private Partnership (www.photonics21.org).
Previous projects include:
- TERABOARD – Optical interconnects with ultra-high density and scalable bandwidth for intradata center communication (H2020 – ONGOING)
- PICs4ALL – Creation of a European network of Application Support Centres in the field of Photonic Integrated Circuits (H2020 – ONGOING)
- NEXPRESSO – Network for EXchange and PRototype Evaluation of photonicS componentS and Optical systems (258178 FP7-ICT – COMPLETED)
- EUROPIC – EUROpean manufacturing platform for Photonic Integrated Circuit (228839 FP7-NMP – COMPLETED)
- LIFT – Leadership In Fiber Technology (228587 FP7-NMP – COMPLETED)
- OLED100.EU – Organic LED lighting in European dimensions (224122 FP7-ICT – COMPLETED)
- ACCORD – Advanced components cooperation for Optoelectronics research and development (34041 FP6-IST – COMPLETED)
- MONA – Merging Optics and NAnotechnologies (17255 FP6-IST – COMPLETED)
- OPERA – Optics and Photonics in the European Research Area (15734 FP6-IST – COMPLETED)
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