DTU Electrical Engineering
Collaboration through several research projects and supervision of PhD, MSc and BSc projects.
Innovation Fund Denmark
Participates in the project “TinyPower” partly funded by the Innovation Fund Denmark together with 7 other parties and with the ambition to create the world’s smallest AC mains power supply for internet of things.
Danish Energy Agency (EUDP)
Participates in and leads a project partly funded by EUDP together with DTU Electrical Engineering with the ambition to create the world’s smallest, lightest and most efficient charger for laptops and devices.
The Market Development Fund Denmark
Participates in a project partly funded by the Market Development Fund together with HeSaLight with the ambition to test and bring an innovative LED driver to the market.
Danish Tech Challenge
Participated in the elite accelerator only for hardware startups from September 2014 to January 2015 becoming the overall winner of a price of DKK 500,000 (US$ 75,000) and is active alumni member.
Climate-KIC and EIT
Participated in Climate-KIC Accelerator (stage 2) and Venture Competition (joint Nordic winner and runner-up for overall competition with prices of EUR 20,000 each) and received various support. Was nominated to and won the Venture Award of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, EIT (tailored support package of significant value).
Support with IP strategy and related matters.
Jacob Simonsen, partner at Deloitte, is Nordic Power Converters chartered accountant.