Nanogentools aims to develop and implement a new generation of nanosafety assessment tools. Its main objective is to provide solutions for faster, more reliable assessment of Nanomaterials (NM) toxicity and propose HTS and omics tools for predicting toxicological properties of NMs.
Total Budget: 706.500 €
EU Coordinator: UBU-ICCRAM
The main objective of this project is to create a virtual centre to boost the IMNR Research Institute position in Bucharest-Ilfov region and in Romania by increasing the knowledge and technology degree of innovation potential for sustainable advanced materials operating under extreme conditions. The development and understanding of these materials open new opportunities to enhance the competitiveness of regional and National SMEs in the priority machinery and equipment sector.
Total budget: 996.000 €
The purpose of Novamag project is to exploit advanced theoretical and computation methods together with state-of-the-art materials preparation and characterization techniques, to develop the next generation RE-free/lean permanent magnets (PM). The material design will be driven by automated large computational screening of new and novel intermetallic compounds with uniaxial structure in order to achieve high saturation magnetisation, magnetocrystalline anisotropy and Curie temperature.
Total budget: 7.146.622 €
Refractory metals (tungsten, tantalum, rhenium, molybdenum and niobium) are highly strategic metals today and they are mainly imported from a few countries. MSP-REFRAM will create a common multi-stakeholder platform that will draw the current refractory metals value chains and will identify its innovation potential in order to support the implementation of the EIP on Raw Materials.
Total budget: 1.499.760 €
Piezoelectric materials (PZT) have become a key technology for a wide range of industrial and consumer products . In this frame, Nano-PieZolecTrics Project proposes a new research methodology based on the preparation, characterization and testing of hierarchical porous PZT-doped using alternative synthetic approaches (EISA method) and new doping materials (porous Mg-Niobate, Graphene/Molybdenite and Nanocellulose) to achieve important innovations and overcome the current state of art on the field of hydrophones and high resolution ultrasonic medical applications.
Total budget: 170.121,60 €
EU Coordinator: UBU-ICCRAM
H2020-FETOPEN-2014-2015-ICARUS-GA-713514ICARUS proposes a new thermodynamic methodology able to identify the elements and the relative chemical composition allowing a nanocrystalline state to occupy a relative minimum of the Gibbs free energy, which makes the nanostructure reasonably stable against coarsening.
Total budget: 2.698.063 €
EU Coordinator: UBU-ICCRAM
H2020-COST-Solutions for Critical Raw Materials Under Extreme Conditions - CA 15102
The CRM-Extreme Cost Action focuses on the substitution of CRMs (like Cr, Co, Nb, W, Y) in high value alloys and metal-matrix composites used under extreme conditions of temperature, loading, friction, wear, corrosion, in Energy, Transportation and Machinery manufacturing industries.
Join Programme on Nuclear Materials - EERA
The objective of the EERA JP for Nuclear Materials is to converge towards truly integrated research activities at European level, based on the joint identification of key priority materials research topics, in support of the development and optimisation of sustainable nuclear energy systems, by building an effective collaborative framework that ensures the coordinated and optimized use of available resources and expertise all over Europe, while of course obtaining adequate funding.
SOLUTION provides research and training programmes for 14 early stage researchers (ESR) studying for their PhD in various disciplines, covering the broadly defined area of solid lubricant coatings. The project combines theoretical approaches represented by advanced nanoscale simulations, laboratory design and fabrication of novel solid lubricants supported by simulations, and the scaling-up of promising solutions and their appliance in selected emerging engineering applications.
Total budget: 3.510.527’04 €
SCRREEN contributes to improve the CRMs strategy in Europe by mapping primary and secondary resources as well as substitutes of CRMs. It estimates the expected demand of various CRMs in the future and identifies major trends, all of this providing policies and technology recommendations for actions that improve the production and the potential substitution of CRMs.
Total budget: 2.999.500 €
NEXTOWER introduces a set of innovative materials to boost the performance of atmospheric air-based concentrated solar power (CSP) systems to make them commercially viable. In particular, tower systems are appealing for the great environmental compatibility and offer tremendous potential for efficient (electrical and thermal) power generation.
Total budget: 4.999.878,88 €
Excellence training in solutions for CO2 capture technology aims to bring together subject matter experts from the academic and non-academic sectors to develop new technologies in CO2 capture and conversion field. The objective is to find an inexpensive, effective and robust solution for significant CO2 reduction from industries and civil transport, represents one of the main challenges proposed to the scientific community in the next 10 years and considered as a pillar of HORIZON2020.
Total budget: 702.000 €
The number of biobanks for clinical/biodiversity preservation purposes is increasing exponentially, representing an economic burden for the EU. Cryopreservation (Liquid Nitrogen LN) is the only cells long-term repository method. LN storage is expensive though, requires dedicated facilities, carries pathogens and has high carbon footprint. DRYNET objective is to set an multidisciplinary network between EU academic, SME, the EU pan-Biobank, and international partners, with the aim of sharing knowhow & expertise to lay down the theoretical and early empirical basis for the dry storage of cells/germplasm.
Total budget: 841.500 €