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SPRINT

We are partners of the H2020-FETOPEN project SPRINT (Ultra-versatile Structural PRINTing of amorphous and tuned crystalline matter on multiple substrates). The project aims to develop an universal deposition technology of thin films with tuned crystallinity,  in multiple surfaces, at ambient temperature and atmospheric pressure. The new technology will enable the deposition of complex 2D/3D topologies with great control over the properties of the deposited films. Our researchers are responsible for the modelling, simulation and optimisation of the injection nozzles to be developed. Outputs of the SPRINT technology are expected in multiple areas, from microelectronics to high-performance photovoltaics, from new generation of fuel cells to biotech applications. 

Partners:

  • Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland), Dr. Josep Puigmarti-Luis

  • Porto University (Portugal), Dr. Tiago Sotto Mayor

  • National Centre for Scientific Research  (France), Dr. David Muñoz-Rojas

  • Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium), Dr. Rob Ameloot

  • Spanish National Research Council (Spain), Dr. German F. Fuente

  • Graz University (Austria), Dr. Paolo Falcaro

  • Creative Nano (Greece), Alex Karathanasis

  • Centre for Technology Research and Innovation (Cyprus), Giannis Spyropoulos