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The Organic Nanomaterials for Electronics and Photonics (ONE-P) project, a three year project started in January 2009, will develop the missing high-performance, low-cost multifunctional materials and their process technology to strengthen industrialization of the electronics and photonics sector in Europe.
ONE-P, a FP7 three year project involving 28 partners and with 26 million euro budget, acronym for "Organic Nanomaterials for Electronics and Photonics", develops the missing organic materials and their process technology to strengthen industrialization of the electronics and photonics sector in Europe thanks to the synergy between academic and industrial research and the integration of complementary competences.
Organic electronics and photonics is indeed a disruptive technology that will probably play an essential role in tomorrow's energy, environmental, ICT, security and health challenges and open new doors to innovate since organic materials allow flexible, unbreakable, light weight and low-cost devices and applications and enable environmentally friendly fabrication processes.
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