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The 1st FoodMicroSystems Workshop will take place on 16 May 2012 in Freiburg.  More...

2nd edition of the brochure "ICT for the Fully Electric Vehicle: Research Needs and Challenges Ahead" . More...

Summary of the Factories of the Future projects launched under the FP7 ICT Theme in 2010 and 2011. More...

MNBS (Micro-Nano Bio Systems) Project Portfolio  can be downloaded. More...

Final report of the 5th Concertation and Consultation Workshop on Micro-Nano-Bio Convergence Systems . More...

Presentations and other documents of the 5th Concertation and Consultation Workshop on Micro-Nano-Bio Convergence Systems can be downloaded. More...

EPoSS Annual Forum and Proposers’ Day 2011 was held on 5-7 October 2011 in Barcelona, Spain. More...

Information Days for the Public Private Partnerships on "Energy-efficient Buildings, Factories of the Future and Green Cars" took place on 11-12 July, 2011 in Brussels. More...

The final report of "Exploring the Potential of ICT Components and Systems Manufacturing in Europe" study is available on the page of "ICT Components and Systems Made in Europe" event. More...

The "ICT Components and Systems Made in Europe" Event was held in Brussels on 13 April, 2011. More...

Break the Market, Make Profit - CO me to WIN ! More...

Micro/nanosystems


COme to WIN in leveraging the European competitiveness in smart miniaturized smart systems

COWIN is a coordination and support action to strengthen the European competitiveness in Miniaturised Smart Systems. This initiative is dedicated to commercial exploitation of advanced technologies coming from collaborative European research work.

COWIN ’s mission is to facilitate take-up of the advanced technologies worthy of investments, in order to capture innovation, win new markets and make a profit.

 

COWIN is supporting innovation stakeholders – industrial, academic and investors - to extract the best of the European collaborative research in:

  • identifying attractive and advanced technologies fitting with their needs and expectations,
  • generating added value projects by reusing advanced technologies already developed,
  • supporting the creation of start-up companies,
  • supporting investment in companies, key technologies and IP.

Matchmakers between technology providers, users and investors to turn R&D into commercial success, COWIN partners benefit of experience and track record in innovation commercialisation.

COWIN ’s team is composed of:

 

For more information, please visit COWIN website at www.cowin4u.eu or contact Géraldine Andrieux Gustin (email removed) , COWIN coordinator