Research Projects

BioAge, the ideal partner for a research project

BioAge is involved in many research projects, directly funded by the European Commission, in the field of the “VII Framework Programme” and in the new “Horizon 2020” programme. BioAge has established scientific collaborations and relationships with the most important research centers in Europe. BioAge is classified as a Small and Medium Enterprise (SME), and is an ideal partner to be involved in an European research project, thanks to its excellent skill in the following fields:

  • Electronic Design
  • Research and Development (RTD)
  • Integration
  • Realization of prototypes


LOPEC 2015


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BioAge has been involved as partner of the European scientific research project APPLE (GA-262782), and has provided a decisive contribution to win the award for the “Best Publicly Funded Project Demonstrator”, the prize has been assigned, on 4th March 2015, in Munich during the LOPEC-2015 “Trade Fair and Conference for Printed Electronics” congress.

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LOPEC 2017


Premio_LOPEC 2017

BioAge has been involved as partner of the European scientific research project i-FLEXIS (GA-611070), which was awarded the prize for the “Best Publicly Funded Project Demonstrator”. The prize has been assigned, on 29 March 2017, in Munich during the LOPEC-2017 “Trade Fair and Conference for Printed Electronics” congress.

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PREMIO PROGRESSO ECONOMICO 2017


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BioAge ha vinto il “PREMIO PROGRESSO ECONOMICO 2017” presso la CAMERA DI COMMERCIO DI CATANZARO, che le è stato consegnato il 29 giugno 2017.
La motivazione dell’assegnazione di tale riconoscimento è dovuta al fatto che la BioAge Srl si colloca all’avanguardia nel panorama biotecnologico italiano; è riuscita nel corso degli anni a divenire punto di riferimento in Europa ed ad acquisire un ottimo know-how nell’ambito della sensoristica, e dell’elettronica stampata su carta, plastica e stoffa, distinguendosi per il notevole apporto conferito allo sviluppo economico del territorio.

BioAge, thanks to the participation to many scientific research projects, has acquired an excellent experience in the preparation of all the documents required to participate to the project, starting from the technical contribution used to build the proposal, to the official deliverables writing, till to the timesheet compilation and cost reporting (Form-C). Bioage, in the 2014, has been successfully audited by the European Commission, that has verified the right approach used by BioAge to prepare all the official documents used to claim the costs.

Examples of TEST VEHICLES realized on the research projects

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Results of i-FLEXIS research project

BioAge is (was) partner in the following European research projects:


LOGO PYCSEL

January 2017 – December 2019
http://www.pycsel-project.eu/

IN PROGRESS

GA-732423

“PYroelectric Conformable SEnsor matrix for Large area applications in security and safety”

The PYCSEL project intends to address the bottlenecks linked to current fingerprint identification systems using Thin and Organic Large Area Electronics (TOLAE) technology. These thin conformable large-area sensors remove form factor constraints during integration and show enhanced ergonomics in future innovative cost-efficient fingerprint identification and grip recognition systems.


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April 2016 – March 2020 http://1d-neon.eu/

IN PROGRESS

GA-685758

“1D Nanofibre Electro-Optic Networks”

The vision of 1D-NEON is to develop fibre-based smart materials along with an integrated technology platform for the manufacturing in Europe of new products with multi-sectorial applications in consumer electronics, energy, healthcare and fitness, smart buildings, sensors and e-skin for soft robotics.


appolo

Sep 2013 – Aug 2017 http://www.appolo-fp7.eu

IN PROGRESS

GA-609355

“Hub of Application Laboratories for Equipment Assessment in Laser Based Manufacturing”

The APPOLO project seeks to establish and coordinate connections between the end-users, which have demand on laser technologies for (micro)fabrication, knowledge of the research institutes and the laser equipment manufacturers (preferable SMEs) of novel lasers beam.


i-flexis

Oct 2013 – Sep 2016 http://www.iflexis.eu

COMPLETED

GA-611070

“Integrated Flexible Photonic Sensor System”

The target of i-FLEXIS is the development of an innovative, reliable and low-cost integrated X-ray sensor system based on heterogeneous inorganic, organic and hybrid components with new functionalities like conformability, flexibility, large active area coupled to low weight, low power consumption, portability, optical transparency, recyclability and/or sustainable disposability.


a3ple

June 2011 – May 2015 http://www.a3ple.eu

COMPLETED

GA-262782

“Autonomous Printed Paper Products for functional Labels and Electronics”

The A3Ple project focuses on the development of new functional materials (paper, fibres, inks), new functional components (battery, sensors, display, memory) and innovative, flexible and cost-effective manufacturing processes based on printing and embedding techniques for the integration of all these functional components on the smart paper substrate.


smart-ec

Sep 2010 – Aug 2014 link

COMPLETED

GA-258203

“Smart electrochromic active matrix components for stand- alone multifunctional devices”

SMART-EC aims at the development of self powered (energy harvesting and storage) electrochromic (EC) device integrating EC thin film transistor component on a flexible substrate. Its purpose is to save energy, and to enhance comfort and security in automotive, ID-card and smart packaging applications.


e-stars

Jun 2008 – May 2011 link

COMPLETED

GA-223927

“Efficient Smart Systems with Enhanced Energy Storage”

E-STARS project aims at developing enhanced sensing and communication capability on an autonomous smart micro system powered by a new 3D high capacity integrated micro battery. The innovative 3D architectures micro batteries will increase by 5 to 10 the battery capacity and power compared to traditional solutions.

SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATIONS

MorphoSafran

Irlynx

Imec

UNIVERSIDAD CARLOS III DE MADRID

Autoliv

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CAMBRIDGE

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Eurecat

TITV

SILVACO

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RELATS

solvay

Henkel

LG_Display

PHILIPS

Abengoa Solar New Technologies (ASNT)

AMSYS Ltd. (AMS)

Berner Fachhochschule (BUAS), Switzerland.

Centro Ricerche Fiat S.C.P.A (CRF)

Daetwyler Graphics AG (DG)

Eidgenössische Materialprüfungs- und Forschungsanstalt (EMPA)

Ekspla UAB (Ekspla)

ELAS UAB (ELAS)

Engage AG (ENG)

FLISOM AG (FLISOM)

Lappeenrannan teknillinen yliopisto (LUT), Finland.

Leibniz-Institut für Oberflächenmodifizierung (IOM), Germany.

Lightmotif BV (LM)

Mondragon Assemby (MONA)

NeXT Scan Technology B.V. (NST)

OneFive GmbH (ONE5)

Sächsische Walzengravur GmbH (SWG)

Time-Bandwidth Products AG (TBWP)

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)

Valstybinis mokslinių tyrimų institutas Fizinių ir technologijos mokslų centras (FTMC)

UNIBO

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NANOGRADE

EURORAD

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CEA

CTP

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LABELTECH

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TNO

POLYPORE

UNINOVA

VARTA

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APPLIED MATERIALS

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DELFT

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SOLEM

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