The Centre for Advanced Photonics and Process Analysis (CAPPA) are offering a free two-hour consultation or free analysis worth €400 for the month of July and August. CAPPA is a research centre conducting both applied and fundamental research on photonics for applications in areas as diverse as medical device, pharmaceutical, agriculture, food and beverage to name but a few. CAPPA have worked with companies ranging from start-ups to large multi-national companies in a variety of industries. CAPPA can assist businesses in accessing national and EU funding.

CAPPA is a research group at Munster Technological University and part of the Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateway Network. CAPPA’s researchers have a strong track record with industry. From large-scale collaborative projects to short-term consultancy services, CAPPA offers a number of avenues for companies to explore photonics solutions to their development needs. CAPPA is at the forefront of photonics research in Ireland. Photonics is the study of the generation and manipulation of light and is an important enabling technology for a wide range of applications. CAPPA focuses on the areas of research, product development, process improvement and consultancy.

CAPPA can provide industry with an experienced R&D platform and access to specialized test equipment. CAPPA can assist your company in developing the “next stage” of research in order that it is industry ready. CAPPA can also assist you in understanding the funding mechanisms that are available for your company to carry out dedicated R&D. CAPPA has worked with various government funding agencies and can help your business to avail of the various different funding opportunities that are available. CAPPA has assisted companies’ avail of Enterprise Ireland, SFI, EU and government funding incentives for their business.

To book a consultation you can contact CAPPA by email at [email protected]. You can also contact CAPPA directly if you would like to learn more. You can see examples of some of the consultation work CAPPA has previously conducted here.