The EUVATION podcast is a constantly evolving platform where listeners can get inside knowledge on a host of technology related projects which are, in most cases, EU funded. From medicine, to self driving automobiles, nothing is off limits. Join us for some one-on- one time with the project partners responsible for getting the job done. We explore not only what they are doing but why.

Circuits & Systems

Mon, 24 Aug 2020 15:32:00

EPIC (3) H2020 Project

Creating a New Generation of Forward-Error-Correction Codes
In this episode we speak with Jhon Jimenez and Timo Lehnigk-Emden from Creonic. They are project partners in EPIC. We talk about project completion and what practical results can be observed and applied.
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 14:37:00

EPIC (2) H2020 Project

A conversation with Onur Sahin from InterDigital
The EPIC H2020 project is winding down. Partner, Onur Sahin reports all is well; goals have been met, demonstrators are working and there has been a great sense of cooperation among partners.
Wed, 24 Jun 2020 10:37:00

EPIC (1) H2020 Project

Creating a New Generation of Forward-Error-Correction Codes
In this podcast we talk about the EPIC project. EPIC is an EU funded effort to rebuild error correction codes for data transmission so that they will continue to work in super fast beyond 5G speeds. We speak with Catherine Douillard, Stefan Weithoffer and Charbel Abdel Nour all from IMT Atlantique in Brest, France. Follow along as we examine some of the challenges and benefits of EPIC.
Wed, 20 May 2020 12:03:00

Car2TERA (3) H2020 Project

Wlodek Strupinski gives some insights
In this episode we talk about Car2TERA and the use of graphene to leverage the latest in semiconductor technology to push the project forward. Wlodek Strupinski from Vigo System joins us to make his role in Car2TERA a little clearer.
Fri, 10 Jan 2020 11:24:00

LEDLUM (2) H2020 Project

nearing completion (part 2)
In part two of our look at LEDLUM, we speak with project partners Dietmar Klien from Tridonic in Austria and Paul McCloskey from the Tyndall National Institute in Ireland about the importance of project on the consumer and industrial sectors. And since the project is near completion, it's was a good opportunity to discuss lessons learned.
Fri, 20 Dec 2019 12:24:00

LEDLUM (1) H2020 Project

nearing completion (part 1)
The LEDLUM EU H2020 project has been focused on bridging current technology gaps in LED lighting solutions; namely, the bulky and sometimes unreliable nature of the drivers of LED circuits. Partners collaborated to explore using more efficient, more reliable and much smaller driver technology to advance the growing need for LED lighting worldwide. As the project nears completion, we sit in on a technical meeting and interview some key players to get a better picture of how things are shaping up.
Fri, 13 Dec 2019 10:25:00

Car2TERA (2) H2020 Project

Progress Check with Olof Eriksson
In this episode we speak with Olof Eriksson about the progress of the Car2TERA project which has been underway for about a year. Learn more about the goals, expectations and challenges of this H2020 project.
Fri, 15 Mar 2019 15:39:00

Car2TERA (1) H2020 Project

The Sub-Terahertz Frequency in Car Automation
In our podcast we speak with Joachim Oberhammer, scientific lead of the Car2TERA project, about goals, expectations, challenges, results and the kick-off meeting. The Car2TERA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 824962.
Mon, 17 Dec 2018 11:53:00

M3TERA H2020 Project

Developing Terahertz Technology
The wrap-up podcast from the M3TERA project featuring project technical lead, Franz Dielacher and project scientist Chiara Mariotti. This project envisions the wide-spread use of low-cost Terahertz technology in our society, enabled by the proposed micromachined heterogeneous integration platform. M3TERA, was European cooperative research project, started on 1st February 2015 with a set duration of 36 months. It received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement 644039.