Results 2018-1 BRIDGES Call

The FNR is pleased to communicate that 7 of 14 eligible projects have been retained for funding in the 2018-1 BRIDGES Call, representing an FNR commitment of 2.11 MEUR.

The BRIDGES programme (formerly CORE-PPP) provides financial support for industry partnerships between public research institutions in Luxembourg and national or international companies. The next Call deadline is 12 October 2018.

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Funded projects

Information and Communication Technologies

Principal investigator

Yves Le Traon

Project title

Software testing in a fast, clever and effective way (TESTFAST)

Host institution

University of Luxembourg (SnT)

Industry partner

BGL BNP Paribas

FNR committed

€362,595

Principal investigator

Djamel Khadraoui

Project title

Smart Waste Collection Systems (SWAM)

Host institution

LIST – Luxembourg Institute of Science & Technology

Industry partner

Polygone S.à.r.l.

FNR committed

€309,702

Principal investigator

Mehrdad Sabetzadeh

Project title

Early Quality Assurance of Critical Systems (EQUACS)

Host institution

University of Luxembourg (SnT)

Industry partner

QRA Corp

FNR committed

€349,905

Domain Materials, Physics & Engineering

Principal investigator

Stephan Leyer

Project title

Thermal Management of Li-Ion Battery Cells for Electric Vehicles by Two-Phase Flow (BTMS)

Host institution

University of Luxembourg

Industry partner

MAHLE International GmbH

FNR committed

€87,480

Principal investigator

Daniel Koster

Project title

Combined approach for the spatial highly resolved, intra-day PV forecasting for smart distribution grid operation (COMBI-CAST)

Host institution

LIST – Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

Industry partner

Hoffmann Frères S.à.r.l. et Cie s.e.c.s. / ELECTRIS

FNR committed

€305,534

Principal investigator

Markus Schaefer

Project title

Fast erection of steel structures for buildings (FEOSbild)

Host institution

University of Luxembourg

Industry partner

ArcelorMittal Belval & Differdange S.A.

FNR committed

€303,294

Life Sciences, Biology & Medicine

Principal investigator

Rejko Krüger

Project title

Modelling therapy development in Parkinson’s disease based on patient-derived iPSC lines harbouring pathogenic mutations in the SNCA gene (MOTASYN-PD)

Host institution

University of Luxembourg

Industry partner

Ksilink

FNR committed

€399,594

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