3D-Oxides 3D-printing facility has provided an amazing 3D-tag. A unique fingerprint based on material properties with micron resolution enables unique traceability (QR-code) and anti-counterfeiting features. The tag can also be integrated onto electronic devices to provide cyber-security and cryptography functions.
LINBO3 THIN FILMS FOR PHOTONIC AND NON-LINEAR OPTICS APPLICATIONS
The purpose of the project is to increase the quality of our LiNbO3 thin films to be suitable for photonic applications in the acoustic and RF filters applications. The project is in collaboration with the INL (Institute nanotechnologies Lyon).
From 2022/09 to 2024/08 | Grant: Plan de relance
CBVD DEPOSITION AND OPTIMIZATION OF PEROVSKITE BASED PIEZOELECTRIC THIN FILMS FOR IoT
The purpose is to achieve PZT thin films with a mass production approach and a higher quality material suitable for most demanding applications. Such layers will be used in various applications.
From 2022/09 to 2024/08 | Eurostar Grant
LINBO3 THIN FILMS FOR ACOUSTIC AND RF FILTER APPLICATIONS
The purpose of the project is to increase the quality of our LiNbO3 thin films to be suitable for applications in the acoustic and RF filters applications. The project is in collaboration with the University of Valenciennes and IEMN Lille.
From 2022/02 to 2024-03 | Grant: Plan de relance
The purpose is to investigate Strontium Titanate thin films with several doping elements to make H2 generation by photocatalysis in collaboration with LIST (Luxembourg institute of Science and technology).
From 2021/03 to 2024/02 | Grant Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg
The purpose is to investigate Sodium tantalate thin films with several doping elements to make H2 generation by photocatalysis in collaboration with LIST (Luxembourg institute of Science and technology).
From 2020/09 to 2023/08 | Grant Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg
The purpose was to develop anticounterfeiting tags based on combinatorial additive manufacturing with Sybilla equipment.
From 2018/04 to 2019/03 | Loan Bpifrance (Lyon, Rhone Alpes, FR)
The main challenge of the CBVD deposition technique is the lack of available chemical precursors. To date, standard commercial compounds are developed and optimized for the CVD or, more recently, for ALD techniques. In collaboration with the CNRS institute IRCELYON and through the national project “Thèse Cifre” providing a PhD student, 3D-Oxides is working on the development of new specific precursors suitable for high-vacuum conditions.
From 03/2015 to 02/2018
Nanobium project has involved four partners, namely 3D-Oxides and the University of Franche-Comté in France and HEPIA and ABCD Technology in Switzerland. The goal was to develop a 3D bio-compatible thin film material with optical and electrical properties enabling stimulation of stem cells. Nb-doped TiO2 thin films with further doping elements provided very interesting functional properties for neuron cell growth.
From 01/01/2013 to 29/05/2015
Région Centre – Financial support for “Innovation” project. In collaboration with GREMAN Institute (Université François Rabelais in Tours), 3D-Oxides has reinforced its thin film combinatorial growth facility with the development of a novel instrument for UV to THz spectroscopy enabling faster characterization of combinatorial materials. The company 3D-printing process for multi-functional materials was further enhanced to achieve a disruptive micro and nano-combinatorial facility.
From 01/02/2012 to 31/12/2014