ATLANT 3D awarded with 3M EUR EU’s prestigious innovation grant!
On the picture is the founding team: from left: Prof. Dr. Juliene Bachmann, Chief Scientific Advisor; Maksym Plakhotnyuk, Chief Executive Officer; Ivan Kundrata, Chief Technology Officer
We are very happy to announce that ATLANT 3D Nanosystems received 3 million euros innovation grant from European Union’s Horizon 2020 “Fast Track to Innovation” programme.
The EU program’s focus is to ‘promote close-to-the-market innovation activities, help partners to co-create and test breakthrough products, services or business processes that have the potential to revolutionise existing or create entirely new markets’.
ATLANT 3D Nanosystems team is very excited to receive such meaningful support for its groundbreaking and uniques technology, being developed throughout the consortium of Femtika, and SEMPA Systems as well as the Institute of Electrical Engineering of the Slovak Academy of Sciences and FAU. Maksym Plakhotnyuk, the CEO of ATLANT 3D says: ‘We are a deep tech company that develops the next generation key enabling technology for micro and nanodevice fabrication to enable rapid prototyping and rapid innovation in the R&D sector in academia and industry, we plan to develop our technology and product in the upcoming years and reshape the future of many industries atom by atom’.
More about Atlant 3D Nanosystems
Established in 2018, ATLANT 3D Nanosystems is a fast growing deep tech company based on patent pending selective area atomic scale processing technology. ATLANT 3D is the first in the world to combine its unique expertise in several fields:
- micro-/nanofabrication and microfluidics and fluid dynamics,
- high precision motion systems, surface chemistry and material science.
Our core technology enabled us to create a stand alone rapid prototyping tool, called ATLANT 3D Nanofabricator, for micro and nanodevices with possibility for atomic layer 3D printing of micro- and nanostructure from a library of over 450 materials. Customers from a wide range of industries, from semiconductor to medical fields, already shown interest implementing our technology in their R&D and product development.
ATLANT 3D Nanosystems team stems from the Technical University of Denmark, Institute of Electrical Engineering Slovak Academy of Sciences and Friedrich Alexander University Erlangen-Nurnberg. Together they provided interdisciplinary expertise and background for the company core technology and know-how, pioneering innovation and strategy.