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Land Rheinland-Pfalz, vertreten durch Ministerium der Finanzen, vertreten durch den Landesbetrieb Liegenschafts- und Baubetreuung, Niederlassung Kaiserslautern, vertreten durch die Niederlassungsleitung | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 4, 2017
cpvs
71300000

Part 4 2 HOAI for the construction of a research building - "Center for Applied biosensing (CefAB)", at the University of Kaiserslautern Campuszwei bridges, power phases (LPH) 2-3 and 5-8 (LPH 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8 gem in parts). § 55 HOAI, supplemented by special services.

The phases are subject to budgetary approval stages (performance level 1, optional power stages 2-4) commissioned.

From the development of sensors to biomedical applications, the progress of each project should at all levels and at all times interdisciplinary progress together.

The highly interdisciplinary thematic orientation of CefAB reflected in four thematic areas that are substantively closely linked:

Development of sensors and Sensorsvstemen:

Here microfluidic systems should be developed to operate the already established in the R & D area in Zweibrücken micro-nano-electrodes and multi-electrode arrays (MEAs) in analytical systems.

Theranostics, drug discovery and drug delivery:

Based on established and developed in the subject area 1 systems are the three major entry points of the human body (skin, lungs and gastrointestinal tract), simulated in vivo equivalent and examined the uptake, transport and action of drugs and environmental toxins.

Tight Sensors:

Here, the sensor system with regard to medical diagnosis and screening directly at people in telemedicine and more generally in the area of ​​Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) and the monitoring of vital signs in leisure, sport and professional focus.

Sensor Fusion:

By networking with modern, energy-efficient telemetry miniaturized and ultra-sensitive sensors are to be developed on flexible substrates for use in predictive and preventive health care and care.

EUR 25.8 million net.

Planned dates:

Contract award: 01/08/2017;

Scheduled completion: 06.04.2022.

Architectural, engineering and planning services

Land Rheinland-Pfalz, vertreten durch das Ministerium der Finanzen, vertreten durch den Landesbetrieb Liegenschafts- und Baubetreuung, Niederlassung Kaiserslautern, vertreten durch die Niederlassungsleitung | Published April 5, 2017  -  Deadline May 4, 2017
cpvs
71240000

2, 3, 4, 6, 7 and 8 in accordance parts). § 34 HOAI, supplemented by special services.

The phases are subject to budgetary approval stages (performance level 1, optional power stages 2 - 5) commissioned.

From the development of sensors to biomedical applications, the progress of each project should at all levels and at all times interdisciplinary progress together.

The highly interdisciplinary thematic orientation of CefAB reflected in four thematic areas that are substantively closely linked:

Development of sensors and Sensorsvstemen:

Here microfluidic systems should be developed to operate the already established in the R & D area in Zweibrücken micro-nano-electrodes and multi-electrode arrays (MEAs) in analytical systems.

Theranostics, drug discovery and drug delivery:

Based on established and developed in the subject area 1 systems are the three major entry points of the human body (skin, lungs and gastrointestinal tract), simulated in vivo equivalent and examined the uptake, transport and action of drugs and environmental toxins.

Tight Sensors:

Here, the sensor system with regard to medical diagnosis and screening directly at people in telemedicine and more generally in the area of ​​Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) and the monitoring of vital signs in leisure, sport and professional focus.

Sensor Fusion:

By networking with modern, energy-efficient telemetry miniaturized and ultra-sensitive sensors are to be developed on flexible substrates for use in predictive and preventive health care and care.

EUR 25.8 million net.

Planned dates:

Contract award: 01.08.2017.

Scheduled completion: 06.04.2022.

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