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The strategic innovation programme SIP LIGHTer

The strategic innovation programme gathers parties to spread the industrial application of lightweight technology through research and innovation. Application opportunities are listed within the announcement.

Closed for application

SIP LIGHTer: Projects for sustainability and competitiveness
Closed 30 September 2021

Cross-industry collaborations that develop new solutions, methods, demonstrators and new expertise in lightweight.

SIP LIGHTer: Cross-industry collaboration within all areas
Closed 15 October 2020

With this the offer we want to initiate feasibility studies and FoI- projects in cross-industry collaboration within all areas where light weight is of interest.

Lightweight technology - feasibility studies, and research and innovation projects spring 2019
Closed 25 April 2019

In this call, we address companies, research institutes, universities and other legal entities operating in Sweden. The aim of the call is to strengthen the competitiveness in Swedish lightweight technology. This will be achieved by participating in cross-sectoral cooperation generating new knowledge and competence, solutions, methods, demonstrations and by the development of new and established chains of supply. In the call, it is possible to apply for two different types of projects based on industrial needs: feasibility studies, and research and innovation projects.

LIGHTer - branschöverskridande samverkan
Closed 21 June 2018

Stärker svensk konkurrenskraft inom lättviktsteknik och bygger nya lösningar utifrån branschöverskridande samverkan.

Lättviktsteknik i industriella tillämpningar
Closed 4 September 2017

Erbjudande för att skapa branschöverskridande ny kunskap och snabbt få ut lättviktsteknik i industriella tillämpningar.

Last updated 15 March 2023

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