CAPPA - Centre for Advanced Photonics and Process Analysis - Cork
CAPPA's researchers have a strong track record of engagement with industry. Early collaborations centred on activities in our Photonic Material & Devices Strand and as a consequence was primarily with the photonics sector. The seed funding provided by Enterprise Ireland through the Applied Research Enhancement Programme facilitated CAPPA's involvement with a wide variety of new sectors including Medical Devices & Technologies, Pharmaceuticals, Electronics and Food Technology while consolidating our interaction with the Photonics sector. With photonics now positioned as a key enabling technology there is scope for CAPPA to bring value to a wide range of manufacturing and product design sectors outside of those identified above.
Benefits of Partnership
Access to resources and skills not available within your company or organisation. Flexibility to resource short, medium & long term projects. CAPPA can also open up the wider research community: CIT & Tyndall Company staff can be located at CAPPA to enhance collaboration. Opportunities for CAPPA researchers to locate at your facility. Experience of R&D projects within regulated environments: ISO, FDA, CE Mark, cGMP & cGAMP. Successful track record in securing both research and industrial funding. CAPPA technology has been commercially licensed.
- New Photonics Devices
- Med Tech & Pharmaceuticals
- Food & Beverages
- Manufacturing Technologies
Liam Lewis, CAPPA Gateway Manager
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