INTERREG VA project “ROCKET Reloaded – RegiOnal Collaboration on Key Enabling Technologies” has successfully supported numerous industry-driven innovation projects in the field of key technologies such as nanotechnology, microsystem technology, micro- and nanoelectronics, advanced materials as well as photonics. One of the projects has meanwhile also been awarded the German-Dutch business award.

To introduce you to the innovations emerging in ROCKET Reloaded’s projects and the experts behind them, Rocket Reloaded’s core partners are planning a webinar series to present each of the innovation projects.

February 09, 2022 – 16:00-17:00 h


Prototype development for DM50-ENP platform

A prototype of a DM50-ENP Near Field Electro Hydro-dynamic Nanowire Printing (ENP) research printer platform is developed. It enables printing of conductive and transparent nanowire structures, patterns and sub-strates with a defined process. The carrier application is an electrohydrodynamic pump for use in lab-on-a-chip and other devices. Integration into coaters is prepared, business perspectives investigated and services developed.

February 16, 2022 – 16:00-17:00 h


Skin Tumour Detection by using a Millimeter-Wave Photonic Spectroscopy System

The SkinBall project focuses on health care and will develop a mobile mm-wave spectroscopy instrument to enable mobile skin monitoring. It is foreseen that the instrument will be used by registered doctors for in-vivo screening, being beneficial for two reasons: 1st to reduce a number of unnecessary biopsies and 2nd to support early skin-cancer detection. It will also support in-vitro monitoring, e.g., applied by skin-cancer surgeons in specified clinics.

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    Here you can find an overview of our previous TechTalks@ROCKET


    23.6.2021 16:00-17:00 h

    A DNA-sensing chip for detection of infectious disease DNA markers in aquatic systems.


    30.6.2021 16:00-17:00 h

    Automatic measuring and analyzing system for shape and positional tolerances.