SATT Aquitaine Science Transfer will fund 3 projects from La Rochelle University and CNRS

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SATT Aquitaine Science Transfer will fund 3 projects from La Rochelle University and CNRS

Last year, the SATT Aquitaine Science Transfert and La Rochelle University announced a partnership on the maturation of researchers’ inventions. It is in this context that Aquitaine Science Transfert validated the support of 300K€ for three high potential projects from La Rochelle University and CNRS.

At the Investment Committee meeting on 15 May, SATT Aquitaine Science Transfert indicated that three projects, PCD MIbac, ARCADE and DOMINOES, would be supported through an investment of 304,470 euros.

The technico-economic maturation that has begun will make it possible to finalise the inventions of the researchers in the form of a pre-industrial proof of concept and to transform each of them into an innovation that creates jobs and economic value.

These 3 projects come from the Fast Track Innovation call for projects launched in December 2019 by SATT Aquitaine Science Transfert. They are :

PCD MIbac

Led by Anas Sakout of the Laboratory of Engineering Sciences for the Environment (LaSIE – La Rochelle University, CNRS), this project obtained funding of 103,250 euros over 12 months to develop prototypes of miniature, robust and low-cost flow sensors, optimising the performance of current ventilation devices and enabling predictive remote maintenance of airflow systems.

ARCADE

Led by Jérôme Lux from LaSIE (La Rochelle University, CNRS), this project obtained funding of 106,760 euros over 12 months for the development of a prototype for the characterization of recycled aggregates from the construction industry using Artificial Intelligence, paving the way for the development of high-performance, high value-added road materials such as recycled concrete.

DOMINOES

Led by Romain Chevrot from Littoral Environnement et Sociétés (LIENSs – La Rochelle University, CNRS), this project has obtained funding of 94,460 euros over 12 months for the development of new enzymes for the biosynthesis of innovative peptides in the field of antibiotic resistance treatment.

The objective of the SATT Aquitaine Science Transfer is to mature projects from technological research to pre-industrialisation and to accompany them up to the meeting with companies to bring the inventions to the market.

By promoting public research with the aim of responding effectively to market needs, Aquitaine Science Transfert participates in the creation of value by promoting the competitiveness of French companies, participating in the creation of innovative companies and generating job and wealth creation in the regions.

Translated from La SATT Aquitaine Science Transfer financera 3 projets de La Rochelle Université et du CNRS

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