Agrifood and Food safety

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Development of novel healthcare treatments based on photonics Advanced quality control systems Increasing precision manufacturing Increasing performance (cost-competitive and resource-efficient) of production processes Fully digital value chain from supplier, producer, customer, user… Data communications, always and everywhere Internet of Things: a world of increasing connectivity and complexity High-performance processing (classical and quantum) Energy efficiency (highly efficient energy generation, lighting, etc.) Green photonics (for example organic photovoltaics, OLEDs) Advanced sensing and imaging techniques Encryption technologies Connected, autonomous vehicles Smart roads Monitoring of soil, fields, livestock, machinery Food manufacturing, inspection and packaging Water management and sanitation Promoting circular economy Portable and immediate chemical and biological sensing Health diagnosis, therapies and surgeries Data-driven economy and digital society Clean growth and clean environment Security and safety for society Future mobility Agrifood and food safety Empowering smart, efficient industry Ageingsociety
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I&T Photonics Activities

Research center

Tecnalia

Main researcher

Researcher name: 
Isabel Obieta
Researcher email: 
isabel.obieta@tecnalia.com

Description

(MICRO-NANO)FABRICATION for PHOTONICS

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Applied Photonics Group

Research center

UPV-EHU

Main researcher

Researcher name: 
Joseba Zubia
Researcher email: 
joseba.zubia@ehu.eus

Description

The "Applied Photonics Bilbao", started his research activities on Polymer Optical Fibres and optical sensors in 1993.

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Computer Vision

Research center

Tecnalia

Main researcher

Researcher name: 
Estibaliz Garrote
Researcher email: 
estibaliz.garrote@tecnalia.com

Description

Tecnalia’s Computer Vision Research Group is part of the Industry and Transport division and has over 30 years of experience in the fields of image processing and intelligent systems’ development.

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Nanoengineering Group

Research center

CIC nanoGUNE

Main researcher

Researcher name: 
Andreas Seifert
Researcher email: 
a.seifert@nanogune.eu

Description

The Nanoengineering Group at CIC nanoGUNE, led by Ikerbasque Research Professor Andreas Seifert, aligns its research according to industrial and clinical requirements and includes market-driven needs and real-life applications from the beginning into its research programs.

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Chiral and topological photonics

Research center

Donostia International Physics Center

Main researcher

Researcher name: 
Aitzol Garcia-Etxarri
Researcher email: 
aitzolgarcia@dipc.org

Description

We focus on two separate but related phenomena in the field of light-matter interactions.

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Colloidal Systems Chemistry

Research center

Materials Physics Center

Main researcher

Researcher name: 
Marek Grzelczak
Researcher email: 
marek.grzelczak@dipc.org

Description

Colloidal Systems Chemistry group, led by Marek Grzelczak, started research activities at Donostia International Physics Center in September 2017.

We are an experimental group interested in studying materials and systems processes using colloids and nanoparticles as building blocks.

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Theory of Nanophotonics Group

Research center

Materials Physics Center

Main researcher

Researcher name: 
Javier Aizpurua
Researcher email: 
aizpurua@ehu.eus

Description

The Theory of Nanophoptonics Group studies the interaction of light and matter at the nanoscale.

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Quantum Nanophotonics Laboratory

Research center

Materials Physics Center

Main researcher

Researcher name: 
Gabriel Molina Terriza
Researcher email: 
gabriel.molina.terriza@gmail.com

Description

The Quantum Nanophotonics Laboratory is led by Ikerbasque Research Professor Gabriel Molina-Terriza. We are a team of scientists endeavoruing to unveil the physics of the interactions of quantum light and matter at the nanoscale.

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