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Laser Manufacturing of 3D nanostructured optics using Advanced Photochemistry

Deliverables

Anticounterfeiting and machine readable hologram

The demonstrator will consist in a hologram-on-document with encoded information visible with the naked eye, with a user specified reading equipment, and with a close inspection (high magnification microscope) tool, which will be compared with equivalent features realized with state of the art technologies. This deliverable will be firstly created in M35 (D5.2a: corresponds to the drawings, schematics and part list selection. This first version will be just for internal use of the consortium) and updated in M38 (D5.2b: working prototype for first assessment) and in month M40 (D5.2c) with the final demonstrator.

Integrated light management flexible sheet

Demonstrator consisting of a functional 4.7-inch OLCD including PHENOmenon light management sheet, and report on its performance. This deliverable will be firstly created in M35 (D5.3a: corresponds to the drawings, schematics and part list selection. This first version will be just for internal use of the consortium) and updated in M38 (D5.3b: working prototype for first assessment) and in month M40 (D5.3c) with the final demonstrator.

Antifogging lens demonstrator

Physical demonstrator of a 2-inch glass optic (lens) with antireflective-antifogging nanostructured surface. Report on the geometrical and physical characterization of the nanostructured surface, and report on the evaluated performance in terms of antifogging properties, optical properties, UV resistance and mechanical resistance. Simple demonstration setup to show the effect of the structured surface, including image quality visualization. This deliverable will be firstly created in M35 (D5.1a: corresponds to the drawings, schematics and part list selection. This first version will be just for internal use of the consortium) and updated in M38 (D5.1b: working prototype for first assessment) and in month M40 (D5.1c) with the final demonstrator.

Holographic virtual button interface

Demonstration of a functional holographic colour HMI interface integrated in an automotive environment. Characterization report (image quality, latence, projected distance, image size…) and evaluation report by a panel test showing the acceptation of the HMI system (usability, image quality...). This deliverable will be firstly created in M35 (D5.4a: corresponds to the drawings, schematics and part list selection. This first version will be just for internal use of the consortium) and updated in M38 (D5.4b: working prototype for first assessment) and in month M40 (D5.4c) with the final demonstrator.

PHENOmenon Workshop

A final project event will be organized and open to the public, targeting the main stakeholders by the end of the project, to assure the dissemination of the project results and to gather all the industry stakeholders form several sectors, to increase the impact of the project and the faster acceptance and integration of the project results in the photonics value chain.

Communication kit

The project will also provide a communication kit about the project (narrative text, photographs, slides and any other suitable communication material, complemented with copyright licenses for the European Commission and for Photonics21). The narrative text will target a general audience and focus on the technical achievements as well as on the economical and societal benefits for the EU. This communication kit will be provided to the Commission at the beginning of the project (M1, D7.9a) with updates at mid-term (M18, D7.9b) and at the end (M36, D7.9c).

On-line training material

The on-line training material will be a version of the training information included in the training plan (D7.6), but excluding the confidential information and it will be made available on-line (public section of the project website, D7.1), to ensure training opportunities are available beyond the project consortium.

PHENOmenon Website

A project website will be published with both public and private sections. The public section will be devoted to increase the project visibility for the general audience, including updated information about the project and the achieved results. The public section will include the following information: - Events calendar with relevant local and international events related to the project issues - links to major relevant websites and portals - download section which will provide all public documents of the project, including public deliverables - contact form for visitors’ questions The intranet area will be used to improve the collaboration between the partners, and as a tool for internal communication and information exchange between partners. The website will be continuously updated until the end of the project with relevant information about project results and achievements.

Communication kit (M40)

The project will also provide a communication kit about the project (narrative text, photographs, slides and any other suitable communication material, complemented with copyright licenses for the European Commission and for Photonics21). The narrative text will target a general audience and focus on the technical achievements as well as on the economical and societal benefits for the EU. This communication kit will be provided to the Commission at the beginning of the project (M1, D7.9a) with updates at mid-term (M18, D7.9b) and at the end (M40, D7.9c).

Benchmarking analysis

Compilation of metrics and the available information on the performance of existing and competing nano-optostructuring technologies used in production. This deliverable summarizes the analysis carried on T1.2.

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Publications

Quadratic phase modulation and diffraction-limited microfocusing generated by pairs of subwavelength dielectric scatterers

Author(s): Azeddine Tellal, Omar Ziane, Safi Jradi, Olivier Stephan, Patrice L. Baldeck
Published in: Nanophotonics, Issue 8/6, 2019, Page(s) 1051-1061, ISSN 2192-8614
DOI: 10.1515/nanoph-2019-0071

Faceted Fresnel DOEs creating the perception of a floating 3D virtual object under divergent illumination

Author(s): Qiang Song, Yoran Eli Pigeon, Kevin Heggarty
Published in: Optics Communications, Issue 451, 2019, Page(s) 231-239, ISSN 0030-4018
DOI: 10.1016/j.optcom.2019.06.047

An optimization approach of computer generated hologram (CGH) for divergent light shaping

Author(s): Qiang Song, Yoran Eli Pigeon, Xavier Theillier, Kevin Heggarty
Published in: Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging 2019, 2019, Page(s) Tu4A.5
DOI: 10.1364/dh.2019.tu4a.5