2D-INK is targeted at developing inks of novel 2D semiconducting materials for low-cost large-area fabrication processes on insulating substrates through a new methodology, which will exceed the properties of state-of-the-art graphene- and graphene oxide based inks. Achieving this would represent an important step forward in the processing of 2D semiconducting materials and will provide the key parameters for fabricating the next generation ...
Ink-jet printing of aqueous TCO inks for photonic applications Ghent University
This project focusses on the development of aqueous Al:ZnO inks and the deposition of transparant conductive coatings by ink-jet printing. This deposition technique can be easily scaled and allows printing of full coatings and patterns. These Al:ZnO coatings will be implemented in photonic systems such as OLEDs, LCDs and solar cells
Study of the stability and reactivity of migrant components of printing inks and adhesives used for packing of foodstuffs Research Institute for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food
Printing inks and adhesives used in packaging materials for foodstuffs include building blocks and by-products that can migrate to the foodstuff. Additionally, breakdown or reaction products can also be present. Migrant components can react with the food simulants used in the migration tests. In this project we study the migration of components from printing inks and adhesives and study the ...
Hazard analysis of chemicals migrating from inks and glues in plastic food contact materials Ghent University
The goal of this study was to define the possible migration of ink and glue components applied on plastic food packaging. For this purpose, an inventory of relevant compounds used in inks and glues and their risk ranking was performed. Moreover, the migration potential of various compounds, as influenced by the type of packaging material, its thickness and initial concentration of migrant was investigated applying the simulation program.
Printing of metallic inks for conductive functionalities Hasselt University
Development of Inks for Tissue Engineering of the Dentoalveolar Region through Bioprinting KU Leuven
Oral health issues in the dentoalveolar region are considered to have a significant impact on the individual’s quality of life. Consequently, a range of treatment options have been developed to address complications in this region. However, certain shortcomings of these treatments have resulted in the exploration of regenerative strategies and tissue engineering approaches aimed at reconstructing tissue structures in this region. Within the ...
Met@Link: Printing of metallic inks for conductive functionalities Ghent University
MIGRINKT: Study of stability and reactivity of migrating compounds from printing inks and glues, used in food packaging materials. Ghent University
The stability and reactivity of migrating substances from printing inks and glues used in food contact materials will be studied. Therefore a study of literature will be made concerning stability, reactivity and methods of analysis of the most relevant migrants. Next a study of stability of the selected migrants with respect to formation and degradation kinetics is performed. Kinetic models will be drawn up and validated.