Partners

Current ParnersFormer PartnersFinancial Support

Current Partners

Arrow-12-14 France

  • Laboratoire de Physico-Chimie des Matériaux et des Electrolytes pour l’Energie PCM2E, Tours : Nicolas BERTON, Bruno SCHMALTZ, François TRAN VAN
  • Centre de Recherche sur l’Hétéro-Epitaxie et ses Applications CRHEA, Valbonne : Jesús ZUÑIGA PEREZ

Arrow-12-14 Europe

Former Partners

  • Ceramics Laboratory, LC EPFL, Lausanne : Nava SETTER
  • Interfaces, Confinement, Matériaux et Nanostructures ICMN Orléans : Caroline ANDREAZZA, Pascal ANDREAZZA
  • Laboratoire de Chimie des Polymères Organiques LCPO , Bordeaux : Guillaume FLEURY, Eleni Pavlopoulou, Jon MAIZ
  • Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination LCC, “Nanochimie, Organisation et Capteurs” team, Toulouse : Katia FAJERWERG, Pierre FAU, Myrtil KAHN, Pauline LOXQ
  • STMicroelectronics Tours
  • Groupe de Recherches sur l’Energétique des Milieux Ionisés GREMI, Orléans : Eva KOVACEVIC, Johannes BERNDT

Financial Support

Arrow-12-14 Current funding

Dates Name of project

2014-2018
(4 years)

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ANR-14-CE08-0010-01

FLEXIBLE (Thin Film of Lithium and ZnO nanowires microgenerator : all Integrated for “perpetual Battery” on fLExible substrates).

Partners : GREMAN (coordinator), STMicroelectronics Tours.

Objectives : Modelling, fabrication and characterization of a NW based piezo generator vertically or laterally oriented (VOPG or LOPG) on flexible substrate.

2017-2018
(1 year)

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LE STUDIUM. Fellowship (Emre ERDEM).

2016-2020
(4 years)

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EnSO has been accepted for funding within the Electronic Components and Systems For European Leadership Joint Undertaking in collaboration with the European Union’s H2020 Framework Programme (H2020/2014-2020) and National Authorities, under grant agreement n° 692482.

EnSO (Energy for Smart Objects)

Project coordinator : STMicroelectronics Tours (2016-2017) – CEA-LETI (2018-2020).

Objectives of the full project : to develop new technologies for AMES (Autonomous Micro Energy Sources) and to demonstrate their competiveness and manufacturing readiness.

GREMAN partners in the consortium : University of Liège, PRAYON, Fraunhofer IIS.

Objectives : to develop an innovative synthesis method of high quality ZnO NWs for mechanical energy harvesting; to evaluate the feasibility of technological process transfer to industry; to propose a demonstrator including the dedicated harvesting circuit.

2017-2021

Erasmus+ Programme with University of Catania: Inter-institutional agreement for the exchange of students and/or staff.

Arrow-12-14 Past fundings

Dates Name of project

2014-2017
(3 years)

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MEPS (Module à Energie Perpétuelle sur Substrat flexible).

Partners : GREMAN (coordinator), GREMI, STMicroelectronics Tours.

Objectives : to develop a low temperature plasma treatment on ZnO NWs in order to increase the efficiency of the mechanical energy harvester.

2012-2017
(5 years)

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TOURS 2015

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Project coordinator : STMicroelectronics Tours.

Objectives of the full project : to develop advanced technologies for energy efficiency of electronics devices.

Objectives of GREMAN, LCPO and LCC : to optimize the polymer matrix and the nucleation layer inside the VOPG.

2011-2014
(3 years)

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CEZnO (Convertisseur électromécanique à base de nanofils ZnO).

Partners : GREMAN (coordinator), ICMN.

Objectives : Modeling, fabrication and characterization of a NW based piezo generator vertically oriented (VOPG) on rigid substrate.

2013-2014
(1 year)

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 LE STUDIUM Fellowship (Christopher OSHMAN).

2008-2011
(3 years)

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Piezo Institute PhD thesis grant (Olivier GRATON).