MIRPHAB - (Mid Infrared PHotonics devices FABrication for chemical sensing and spectroscopic applications)
MIRPHAB is an all-services integrated Pilot Line for the development of MID-IR photonics sensors in Europe, a single-access point to the best technology provided by a consortium of leading companies in the field of photonics. MIRPHAB offers services from market analysis, design, fabrication to final packaging of prototypes. The MIRPHAB’s main objective is to transform your ideas into products to quickly introduce them into the market.
The aim of MIRPHAB is to deploy new products swiftly in the market achieving a prompt take up in the environmental and chemical sensing areas.
MIRPHAB will study the impact in the market of the potential applications of your sensor.
MIRPHAB provides expert design and fabrication for the development of your MIR sensing device.
Setting up software tools to manage the platform interface and track the fabrication process from design to qualification.
Contribution to the standards for MIR Components & Services, Chemical Detection Instrumentation, MIR chip design, fabrication, test and packaging.
Development of Prototypes
Including design, fabrication, assembly and testing.
Supply of components
Provide a reliable supply of MIR photonic components for companies already active in analytical MIR sensing.
The Mid-InfraRed (MIR) light has a strong interaction with molecular vibrations. In MIR, each molecule presents a unique adsorption spectrum providing a simple solution for sensing.
Sensitivity and selectivity in real-time avoiding sample-pretreatment
MID-IR chemicals sensors have huge potential for innovation in a number of application fields where conventional measurements tools cannot provide in-situ capability, real-time measurement, and unattended operation.
High Level Design
Dissemination and Training
News and Events
Date created: April 9, 2017
Sergio Nicoletti presents MIRPHAB at the Photonics Public Private Partnership (PPP) Annual Meeting that was held on the 28 and 29 March 2017 at the Le Plaza Hotel in Brussels.This meeting kicks off the discussion for the future strategic direction of the PPP in Europe. It provides participants with information about the Photonics PPP achievements, latest news on EU calls and financing opportunities beyond the Horizon 2020 programme. The event offers a platform to network with the European Commission, Parliament and Regions and with colleagues from Photonics Industry and Science. https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/photonics-public-private-partnership-annual-meeting-2017
Date created: April 7, 2017
Sergio Nicoletti, Coordinator of MIRPHAB, announces the continuous submission scheme for the Pilot Line. Dear MIRPHAB users and supporters, We successfully completed the First MIRPHAB Call for Applications and we are now starting the first series of prototyping for the selected proposals. What we have learned from this first run is that the submission of a proposal to MIRPHAB is a process that requires continual exchange between you and our technical experts to precisely set the specifications that will fulfill your needs. For this reason, we decided to change the submission process previously organized by periodic calls to a continuous submission scheme. From now on you can contact us anytime: personnel from the MIRPHAB Outreach Partners will help you providing all relevant information may be required for the submission of the application. Should you need any support you might contact us anytime directly via the website or by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sergio Nicoletti Coordinator of the MIRPHAB Pilot Line
Date created: February 20, 2017
A Sensing and Spectroscopy Executive Breakfast has been organised by MIRPHAB at the Photonics West 2017 in San Francisco (USA) for CEO/CTOs interested in moving towards the future of the real-time chemical sensing. It has been an outstanding opportunity not only for networking but for discussion about the future strategic direction of the MID-IR Sensor Industry. (more…)
Date created: January 20, 2017
Ana Gonzalez, Project Leader at EPIC, presents MIRPHAB Pilot line at the Photonic Integration Week in Valencia on 17th January 2017. This event combines industrial presentations, business to business meetings, scientific and technical speakers and training activities http://piw2017.blogs.upv.es/
Date created: October 22, 2016
Jose Pozo, Director of Technology at EPIC, presents MIRPHAB Pilot Line at Micro-Photonics Berlin (Germany) on October 11-13, 2016. The event is an opportunity for organizations working on photonics to be aware of this new initiative to develop and commercialize chemical MID-IR sensors and for announcing that the first Call of the Pilot Line to submit proposals is opened.
Date created: September 20, 2016
Jose Pozo, Director of Technology at European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC), gives the talk "EPIC’s landscape on PICs (visible, short- near- and mid- IR)" at The Future Photonics Hub Industry Day in Southampton, on September 12, 2016. This event showcases the latest advances in mid-IR and III-V sources, next-generation materials and metamaterials, with an emphasis on immediate industrial relevance and future developments. It also addresses the impact of the EU referendum and the increasing role of digitization in the industry on UK photonics.
Date created: June 1, 2016
Sergio Nicoletti, Business Development and Project Management – Optical Sensor Devices Group, CEA – Leti Optics & Photonics Department, speaks about “MIRPHAB, pilot line for the production of mid-IR photonics devices for chemical sensing and spectroscopic applications” at the Health Tech Event, which took place on May 25-26, 2016 at Tyndall National Institute in Cork, Ireland.
Date created: February 26, 2016
The Pilot Lines mean that thousands of high tech SMEs in Europe - who often lack access to advanced, cost-intensive infrastructures and expertise needed to manufacture new and innovative products – will be able to take their good ideas, scale-them up and validate them with the first customers for commercial production. The Pilot Lines will focus on health applications, flexible organic light-emitting diodes and sensors for the detection of chemicals in gas and liquids. The European Commission has invested €35 million in these projects to boost Europe's industrial competitiveness. This is part of the Commission's €700 million investment in the Photonics Public Private Partnership over the seven years of Horizon 2020, the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. (more…)