Consorzio CREO

Company

Overview

Based in L’Aquila

Consorzio CREO has been established in 1990 as a not-for-profit research organism

Legal status: Consortium

Members of the Consortium are:

History

Funded in 1990, the center was initially focused on  the growth of Cadmium Mercury Telluride materials for InfraRed detectors. In 1996, CREO started the development of bolometers based on Vanadium Oxide, and, in particular, on large area bolometers for special applications requiring high signal-to-noise ratio and simplified electronics. From the early 2000s, activities were oriented to the development of IR smart sensors and systems.

Laboratories

CREO is currently hosted within Technolabs facilities and covers a total area of about 1000 m2 consisting of: Offices; Clean room for the deposition and definition of micronic patterns; Labs for Micro-structural characterizations; Electronic tests and assembly; Optical and radiometric tests.

People

CREO has currently a permanent staff of ten people (physicists and engineers for the most part), plus a variable number of contract researchers and students.

Partnerships

CREO has tight historical  and institutional links with the Department of Physics of UniAq,  and with companies of the Finmeccanica group (Selex ES, Selex Sistemi Integrati S.p.A., Thales Alenia Space S.p.A., Selex Elsag S.p.A.).

Furthermore, CREO cooperates  through regional, national, and European projects with a wealth of research and industrial organizations such as: CNR-IMM (Bologna), CNR IBP (Napoli), ENEA UTAPRAD (Frascati), ENEA Progetto Solare Termodinamico (Portici),  UniParma (Dep. of Chemistry), FRAUNHOFER IPM (Freiburg), EADS IW (Ottobrunn), Uni.Lausanne (Dep. of Forensic Sciences), Technolabs S.p.A., ODL s.r.l., Kenosistec s.r.l..

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