Implement security holograms utilising diffractive optical elements based on chalcogenide glasses and azopolymers


The aim of this research-to-innovation pilot project is to produce innovative diffractive optical elements (DOE) that will be implemented in security holograms to increase their protection level. The DOE are based on ISP-NASU’s novel nanomultilayered structures from chalcogenide glasses (CHG) and structures from azopolymers (AZP). To achieve this aim, ISP-NASU and IAP-ASM’s experts will make reciprocal exchange visits to educate and train each other.

SUAFRI-EPC
Ener2i
Inco-Net EaP
Innover-East
No-Gap
RERAM

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 609534.