Access for industry to world-class, accelerator-based light sources for materials characterisation going far beyond conventional techniques Imagine looking inside your product as it is working - at the micro-scale.
Imagine looking inside your product as it is working - at the micro-scale. Our light sources go far beyond conventional characterisation techniques - characterising materials at the atomic, nano- and microscales, imaging structures and defects hidden deep within materials, using static, time-resolved and in-situ studies. We can look inside real materials under real conditions, supporting commercial R&D with unique insights for new and smarter products.
Already hundreds of European companies are using these incredible facilities for their research and innovation programmes, for product development and troubleshooting.
CALIPSOplus is helping industry and light sources to work better together.
CALIPSOplus is a European project aimed at removing the barriers that prevent access to world-class, accelerator-based light sources. It includes dedicated networking to support bringing industry and light sources together.
There are 22 light sources in the CALIPSOplus network located all over Europe and the Middle East. All are generally open for industry to exploit - by proprietary access and often by peer review applications based on scientific excellence. CALIPSOplus is enabling 10 of them to be open specifically for SME access using European support.
CALIPSOplus is providing resources for the partner light sources to be more active in their Regional innovation ecosystems - light sources can educate, train, visit, provide feasibility access and more for local companies, large and small supporting "business within walking distqance". Get in touch with your local light source to see how they can help your R&D.
CALIPSOplus is funding a unique pilot access programme that is tailor-made for SMEs through a programme called "TamaTA", which SMEs can apply for using a very simple form at our dedicated TamaTA portal. The third call is open from January 23th, 2019 through July 23th, 2019.
SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL HERE
Five European H2020 projects and three Regional projects get together to work with industry. The resulting "European Analytical Research Infrastructures Village" (www.eariv.eu) has produced a brochure showing off the capabilities of European analytical research infrastructures for industrial R&D. Second-to-none worldwide, the European research infrastructure portfolio provides material characterisation facilities going far beyond those available in labs and almost all are open for industry to exploit.
For more info: tamatacplus AT cells.es
Light sources are advanced research infrastructure facilities that produce exceptionally intense beams of X-rays, ultra-violet and infrared light.
SMEs are encouraged to contact directly to any of the following light sources to better prepare the industrial proposals