DIFFER works together with universities, universities of applied sciences, research groups, collaborations and companies to further develop the technology of our energy research into commercially scalable solutions. We believe it is only through collaboration that we can realise the groundbreaking energy solutions needed for the future. Some of our joint programs are highlighted on this page.
- Center for Computational Energy Research (CCER)
On June 21st, 2017 this joint TU/e-DIFFER Center for Computational Energy Research (CCER) was officially opened.
DIFFER is the project coordinator of KEROGREEN, a European Horizon 2020 funded research project, carried out in collaboration with European partners.
MuMo4PEC is a M-ERA.NET project lead by DIFFER on an innovative, multi-scale modeling and simulation approach in order to investigate photo-electrochemical (PEC) interfaces.
- New routes for the energy transition
This program aims to identify key bottlenecks and no-regret options for pressing issues concerning the spatial planning, future infrastructure, and sustainable business model for our future energy system, and to lay a foundation for new consortia thereon.
A ‘table-top synchrotron’ for materials science research, medical diagnostics and cultural heritage: Smart*Light. Interreg research project Smart*Light aims to develop a compact and bright X-ray source with tunable X-ray energy.