Hybrid and organic thermoelectric systems
HORATES is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN). Our young researchers develop new materials to convert waste heat into electricity.
In HORATES, we train the next generation of R&D innovators in hybrid and organic thermoelectrics and develop prototype energy harvesters, inspired by actual market demand.
Our mission is to train early-stage researchers in the interdisciplinary field of organic thermoelectrics
HORATES is funded by the Marie Skłodowska Curie Actions of the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme
HORATES is a European network of research institutions from Germany, Italy, Sweden, Spain, France and the Netherlands
Read more about recent activities in the HORATES network.
Fourth progress meeting in Strasbourg, France
The fourth Progress Meeting was held at CNRS in Strasbourg, France from April 3 to 5, 2023. The meeting was held for the first time in place only. In the following you will find a summary and some impressions of the event. A detailed agenda can be found here: https://horates.eu/2023/03/22/fourth-progress-meeting-in-strasbourg-france-coming-soon/ Day 1 Monday, 3 April… Read More »Fourth progress meeting in Strasbourg, France
Fourth progress meeting in Strasbourg, France coming soon
The fourth progress meeting of HORATES will take place from April 3 to April 5, 2023 in Strasbourg at ICS on the CNRS campus. It will include a school on Advanced topics in Organic Thermoelectrics and a workshop on how to develop an initial idea to market entry. Below you will find an insight into… Read More »Fourth progress meeting in Strasbourg, France coming soon
Third progress meeting at KAUST in Saudi-Arabia
The third HORATES project Progress Meeting was hosted by the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) Solar Center in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia from October 9-13, 2022. The Progress Meeting coincided with the “KAUST Workshop on Organic Semiconductors and Flexible Electronics 2022”, an event organized by Prof. Derya Baran and Prof. Sahika Inal that… Read More »Third progress meeting at KAUST in Saudi-Arabia