Intelligentsia Consultants (Luxembourg) - Project Coordinator
Intelligentsia Consultants provides high quality, practical, knowledge-based consultancy services to support science, technology and innovation in the public and private sectors. Intelligentsia has extensive experience in managing public funded R&D related projects. The company is located in Luxembourg. Its service portfolio is focused on five key areas: innovation management; technology transfer; policy analysis and design; evaluation and impact assessment; and information and communication services.
Novaled (Germany)

Novaled GmbH is a leader in the research, development and commercialization of technologies and materials that enhance the performance of OLEDs (organic light-emitting diodes) and other organic electronics. Novaled offers OLED product manufacturers a unique combination of proprietary technology, materials and expertise, and is currently the only company in the OLED industry licensing and selling organic conductivity doping technology and materials for use in the commercial mass production of display products. Novaled has developed strategic partnerships with key OLED innovators and producers throughout the world and, with a broad portfolio of more than 500 patents granted or pending, has a strong IP position in OLED technologies, structures and materials. Novaled is headquartered in Dresden with offices in Asia.
Durham University (UK)

Durham University is a world Top 100 University, ranked 4th in the UK, and a member of the leading Russell group of Universities. The Department of Physics in Durham is one of the leading physics and astronomy departments in the UK. Currently Physics is in the world top 40 for citations. Professor Monkman’s research group is one of the world’s leading groups for spectroscopic studies of OLED and OLED materials, especially studies of triplet exciton properties in materials and devices. The group works closely with many of the leading European/World OLED companies, including Novaled, Cambridge Display Technologies, Zumtobel, Philips and Samsung.
Technische Universitait Dresden (Germany)

The TU Dresden is one of eleven German universities that were identified by the German government as an ‘excellence university’. TUD has about 37,000 students and almost 4400 employees, 520 professors among them, and, thus, is the largest university in Saxony, today. TU Dresden is strong in research, offering first-rate programmes with an overwhelming diversity, with close ties to culture, industry, and society. As a modern full-status university with 14 departments it offers a wide academic range making it one of the most diverse universities in Germany.
Kauno Technologijos Universitetas (Lithuania)

Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) is the largest technical university in the Baltic States and the second largest institution of higher education of Lithuania. KTU contains 9 faculties, 9 research institutes and 3 research centres. Over 18,000 students are enrolled in studies including 500 Ph.D. students.
Currently 7 researchers, 7 postdoc’s, 13 doctoral students and 8 MSc students are involved in the synthesis and study of organic electroactive materials in the KTU group. The main expertise of the group is the design, synthesis, characterization and investigation of the properties of organic semiconductors for (opto)electronic devices. The members of the KTU group have published more than 230 research articles in international journals, several chapters of books and ca. 50 US patents and patent applications.