European Programmes

Since 2009, Intelligentsia have participated in nearly 50 European projects spanning a wide range of research topics (e.g. aerospace, agrifood, botany, ICT, nanomaterials and physics). The following are a few examples:

H2020 MNEMOSENE

Intelligentsia supported TU Delft to prepare the H2020 proposal “Computation-in-memory architecture based on resistive devices (MNEMOSENE)”. The proposal obtained a score of 14.5/15 and received a €4m grant from the European Commission. Over the course of the project, Intelligentsia supported TU Delft with the project management and dissemination activities.

The project was very successful winning the won ECS Innovation Award for EFECS 2020 and receiving an excellent final evaluation from the European Commission. The project’s main results are described in the following Youtube video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q14uGoW0Sy8

H2020 HyperOLED

Intelligentsia supported Merck to prepare the H2020 proposal “Development of high-performance, hyperfluorescence OLEDs for use in display applications and solid state lighting (HyperOLED)”. The proposal obtained a score of 13.5/15 and received a €4m grant from the European Commission. During the course of the project, Intelligentsia supported Merck with the project management and dissemination activities.

The main objective of the project was to develop innovative high-performance OLEDs by combining thermally activated delayed fluorescence (TADF) molecular hosts with novel, specifically adapted shielded fluorescence emitters. The following Youtube video summarises the project’s activities:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9deMomZkHWA

H2020 INTELUM

Intelligentsia supported CERN to prepare the H2020 proposal “International and intersectoral mobility to develop advanced scintillating fibres and Cerenkov fibres for new hadron and jet calorimeters for future colliders (INTELUM)”. The proposal obtained a score of 93.4% and received a €900k grant from the European Commission. Over the course of the project, Intelligentsia supported CERN with the project management and dissemination activities.

The project made substantial progress in the understanding of the properties of scintillating materials (garnet and SiO2 doped Ce and Pr) as well as the production of heavy and light crystal fibres. The collaboration and exchanges between partners resulted in 39 publications in international peer-reviewed journals. The following Youtube video describes the project’s main objectives:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CK6FSxJM8UM

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