INN secures EIC pathfinder project with top grade 4.95/5 for Superradiant Perovskite Lasers



NCSR Demokritos just received an EIC Pathfinder Challenges grant from the European Innovation Council. Dr Maria Vasilopoulou’s group at the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology submitted the proposal ‘SUPERLASER-Room Temperature Superradiant Perovskite Lasers’, which was rated excellent, 4.95/5.00 and was ranked 1st in the Challenges topic.

SUPERLASER is a groundbreaking project poised to revolutionize the field of lasing, aiming at redefining coherent light generation through innovation, sustainability, and scientific excellence. SUPERLASER will develop green, low-cost, solution-processable efficient, and ultra-narrow linewidth superradiant halide perovskite lasers. By harnessing the power of predictive science and strategic material and device level advancements, the project paves the way for synergistic outcomes that transcend scientific, technological, and ecological boundaries. Our superradiant emitters, with inherent photonic crystal properties, promise topological lasers without additional cavity requirements, paving the way for electrically pumped perovskite lasers at room temperature.

NCSR Demokritos will coordinate a consortium of 9 partners, including the Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre (IMEC, Belgium), the University of Nottingham (UK), Linkopings Universitet (Sweden), National and Kapodestrian University of Athens (NKUA), LinXole AB (Sweden), EURICE European Research and Project Office GMBH and the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL – Switzerland).

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