Référence projet : 10-EQPX-0028
RST : Georges HADZIIOANNOU
Etablissement Coordinateur : Université de Bordeaux
Région du projet : Nouvelle Aquitaine
Discipline : 2 - SMI
Aide de l'ANR 8 994 240 euros
Investissement couvrant la période de février 2011 à décembre 2019
The “Bordeaux University Facility for the Printed Organic Electronics: from Molecules to Devices and System Architectures as well as their Commercialization” provides the capability to explore interdisciplinary science and technology across the breadth of chemical, physical, life sciences and engineering wherein materials science combined with nanotechnology is the center of gravity. The aim of this facility is to address the understanding, conception, innovation and integration of new materials to devices and systems in the disruptive technology of large area printable flexible organic electronics and nanosystems. It includes the full fledge of the state-of-the-art instrumentation for advanced top-down and bottom-up processing methodologies, synthesis and formulation robots and an integrated ultra-high vacuum facility for the deposition of materials. Functional and structural characterization tools have been acquired, as well as a full set of physical, chemical and electrical characterization tools for all length scales and a set of printing sheet to sheet pilot lines (screen printing, slot die, flexography, heliography and inkjet printing). The entire instruments infrastructure is housed in a state of the art 850 m² ISO6 clean room facility with 150 m² open office space. After more than 1 year of intense conception and design work for the clean room to be housed inside an old building of the campus of Bordeaux University (B8), the construction work started on the 25th of 02/2014 and finished in 05/2015 (T1). In parallel to the construction of the clean room, several teams of scientists started to define the characteristics and precise definitions of the equipments to be acquired and their purchase (T1). The installation of the equipment started progressively from the fall of 2015 and finished in 04/2016. The ELORPrintTec opened officially its exploitation phase on the 1st of 09/2016 after nine months testing period witha representative set of users.
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