11th November 2016 | Posted in Outside project
In October 2016, Beatrice Beyer, the leader of the LOMID project, presented a summary of the project’s aims and progress to policy makers and academics at the 5th Korean-European Union workshop on Nanotechnology.
21st April 2016 | Posted in Project
The LOMID partners at the University of Leipzig recently had a paper accepted in the journal ‘Combinatorial Science’ published by the American Chemical Society. Within the paper Influence of the Cation Ratio on Optical and Electrical Properties of Amorphous Zinc-Tin-Oxide
25th January 2016 | Posted in Project
The LOMID project recently (January 2016) held a technical meeting to discuss progress during the first year, and the priorities for the next few months. Despite the delays caused by the loss of the original partner Slyde Watch, and the
7th October 2015 | Posted in Project
The new journal from the British Institute of Physics ‘Translational Materials Research‘ has an editorial article in the October 2015 issue about the Thin Organic Large Area Electronics (TOLAE) research funded by Europe which includes part of an interview with
11th August 2015 | Posted in Project
Unfortunately, the LOMID partner Slyde Watch was hit hard by the strong Swiss Franc and other unfavourable market conditions and had to file for bankruptcy (in liquidation as of 1st June 2015). The LOMID project is preparing an amended contract
10th July 2015 | Posted in Project
After six months of work, the LOMID project has completed on time its first two technical deliverables which were the completion of a size-cost-performance study for high resolution OLED microdisplays suitable for the main markets targeted by the project (i.e.
10th February 2015 | Posted in Outside project
In February 2015 the television news programme EuroNews aired an interview with Dr Stephen Hicks of the University of Oxford concerning the work his group has done on the development of electronically augmented glasses to help the visually impaired. This
16th January 2015 | Posted in Outside project
January saw an update to the smartphone app ‘Be my Eyes’ which allows the video image from a smartphone to be relayed to online volunteers, e.g. to read a label or instructions in order to help blind or visually impaired
15th January 2015 | Posted in Project
The LOMID project began on 1st January 2015 and will continue until December 2017.