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(frown'hō-fer),
Joseph von, German optician, 1787-1826. See: Fraunhofer lines.
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The Joseph von Fraunhofer Prize, has been awarded every year since 1978, and recognises outstanding scientific work by Fraunhofer staff working on application-oriented problems.
Fraunhofer IIS is based in Erlangen, Germany, and is an institute of Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Europe's largest applied research organization with over 22,000 employees.
Fraunhofer plays a critical role in Germany's manufacturing strength, though its role is not always well understood by manufacturers and policymakers outside of Germany.
At the same time Fraunhofer will establish a UK headquarters, Fraunhofer UK Research Ltd, at the university, which will be the umbrella for further UK-based research centres in the future.
We are very excited to be working with Fraunhofer to improve the quality and reliability of solar panels.
Furthermore, the collaboration includes a license agreement with Fraunhofer which secures the use of the protected Fraunhofer brand and processes from inception, thus representing an estimated total investment of S$25m.
In addition to constructing eco-friendly buildings from the ground up, Fraunhofer is examining ways to retrofit older buildings with energy-saving technologies.
Each project must have researchers from both U-M and Fraunhofer, have strong potential to eventually attract external funding and ultimately be good candidates for commercialization.
Contact: Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS, website www.
An alliance between the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits (IIS-A), Erlangen (+49 9-131-7760), and Texas Instruments (TI), Dallas (www.
Prior information notice without call for competition:Assignment of construction works for the Fraunhofer Institute IWM in Freiburg, extension

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