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BioCom Lab

BioCom Lab is a research, development, commercialization and think tank initiative of Acreo Swedish ICT AB and LOE to take a holistic approach to the connected body with a focus on e-health by integration of sensing, monitoring, prediction, analysis, data handling and treatment. 

Brains and Bricks (B2)

Brains and Bricks (B2) is a research centre for high-technology constructions initiated by the construction company Peab , Linköping University and Katrineholms kommun.

iONE-FP7

iONE-FP7 is a European collaborative project titled Implantable Organic Nano-Electronics in collaboration with:

Membrane Chromatography

Synergy grant: Membrane chromatography using organic bioelectronic surfaces, in collaboration with:

OBOE

The Strategic Research Center for Organic BioElectronics (OBOE), a collaboration between groups specializing in organic electronics or biology, hosted by Linköpings universitet. Collaborators include:

OPEN

Research programme OPEN: Organic hybrid Printed Electronics and Nanoelectronics, collaboration with:

OrgBio FP7

OrgBio –FP7 is an European Marie Curie Initial Training Network in collaboration with:

Technische Universität München

Ecole National Superiure des Mines de Saint-Etienne

Universidad del Pais Vasco EHU UPV

Universita Degli Studi di Bari ”Aldo Moro”

Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine

Sveciliste U Rijeci

Dublin city University

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique

Plasma Solution SRL

Helmholtz Zentrum München Deutsches Forschungszentrum für Gesundheit und Umwelt GmbH

St Microelectronics SRL

Ibidi GmbH

 

Printed Electronics Arena

Printed Electronics Arena (PEA) in collaboration with:

PolyNet

PolyNet is a EU funded Network of Excellence for the exploitation of organic and large area electronics. . The project was in operation during three years, 2008-2010, and has formally ended. An agreement has been signed by a majority of the PolyNet partners, providing a framework for continued and future collaboration.
The network include:

Power Papers

Swedish Printed Electronics Laboratory

Infrastructure laboratory for Printed Electronics, in collaboration with

Thermoelectric Generators

SSF financed collaboration between groups specializing in Thermoelectrics, hosted by KTH.

Collaborators include:

 

Individual research groups

We also collaborate with following research groups

 


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