Program and project: Operational Programme Eastern Poland ‘ Functional nanocomposite coatings on metal matrix’
Beneficiary: coat-it sp. z o.o. Project cost: 1 156 512 pln Funds: 904 170,50 pln Time: 2020-2022
Project is co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund under the Eastern Poland programme, Priority Axis 1 Entrepreneurial Eastern Poland, System project 1.1 Start‐up platforms for the new ideas, Sub-measure 1.1.2 Development of start-ups in Eastern Poland.
Nazwa programu i projektu: Program operacyjny Polska Wschodnia, „Nanokompozytowe powłoki funkcjonalne na osnowie metalicznej”
Nazwa beneficjenta: coat-it sp. z o.o. Wartość projektu: 1 156 512 pln Wartość dofinansowania: 904 170,50 pln Okres realizacji: 2020-2022
Projekt współfinansowany przez Unię Europejską ze środków Europejskiego Funduszu Rozwoju Regionalnego w ramach programu Polska Wschodnia, oś priorytetowa 1 Przedsiębiorcza Polska Wschodnia, działanie 1.1 Platformy startowe dla nowych pomysłów, poddziałanie 1.1.2 Rozwój startupów w Polsce Wschodniej.
Program and project: Support for research and development projects in the preseed phase by proof of concept funds – BRIdge Alfa, Bridge Alfa by YouNick Mint – COAT-IT “Nanoadditives based on cerium, zirconium and silica for the preparation of metallic coatings”
Beneficiary: coat-it sp. z o.o. Project cost: 1 000 000 pln Funds: 800 000 pln Time: 2020-2022
Project is co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund under the Smart Growth program. Project developed as a part of the National Center for Research and Development competition: Support for research and development projects in the preseed phase by proof of concept funds – BRIdge Alfa.
Nazwa programu i projektu: Wsparcie Projektów badawczo-rozwojowych w fazie preseed przez fundusze typu proof of concept – BRIdge Alfa, Bridge Alfa by YouNick Mint – COAT-IT „Nanododatki na bazie związków ceru, cyrkonu i krzemu do otrzymywania metalicznych powłok specjalistycznych”
Nazwa beneficjenta: coat-it sp. z o.o. Wartość projektu: 1 000 000 pln Wartość dofinansowania: 800 000 pln Okres realizacji: 2020-2022
Projekt współfinansowany przez Unię Europejską ze środków Europejskiego Funduszu Rozwoju Regionalnego w ramach programu Inteligentny Rozwój. Projekt realizowany w ramach konkursu Narodowego Centrum Badań i Rozwoju: Wsparcie Projektów badawczo-rozwojowych w fazie preseed przez fundusze typu proof of concept – BRIdge Alfa.
Surface Functionalisation through Nanoscale Science
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