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Proiectul FP7-INCO 609534 Reinforcing cooperation with Eastern Partnership countries on bridging the gap between research and innovation for inclusive and secure societies

Tip : Proiect internațional, finanțat de FP7-INCO-2013-9, cu cifrul 609534, acronim - SECURE-R2I
Conducător : dr. Elena Achimova
Durata : 2013 - 2016
Laborator(~oare) : Laboratorul Materiale pentru Fotovoltaică și Fotonică

The overall aim of the SECURE-R2I project was to reinforce cooperation with Eastern Partnership Countries (EPC) on bridging the gap between research and innovation for Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 7 “Secure Societies”. The research domains encompassed by “Secure Societies” are broad and include ICT; Security; Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials (NMP); and Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH). These research domains also form the basis of important economic sectors in the EPC, with many potential benefits for the EU, but which also need European support to increase their exploitation. Addressing this issue, the SECURE-R2I project will assist R&D and innovation (RDI) organisations in EPC via a range of knowledge and technology transfer activities with the support of European specialists. 

Research-to-innovation pilot project in Ukraine and Moldova: Implement security holograms utilising diffractive optical elements based on chalcogenide glasses and azopolymers in the framework of SECURE-R2I project. 

The aim of this research-to-innovation pilot project was to produce innovative diffractive optical elements (DOE) that will be implemented in security holograms to increase their protection level. The DOE are based on novel nanomultilayered structures from chalcogenide glasses and structures from azopolymers. To achieve this aim, ISP-NASU and IAP-ASM’s experts will make reciprocal exchange visits to educate and train each other.

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