Invitation to apply to H2020 NMBP Brokerage event 
July 11, 2014
A brokerage event for the coming H2020 NMBP work program 2015 is organized by the European Technology Integrating and Innovation Platform on Nanotechnology NANOfutures with the collaboration of the European Platforms for Advanced Engineering Materials and Technologies EUMAT and Manufacturing, MANUFUTURE.  (more)
 
LET’S 2014 Conference 
June 27, 2014

LET’S 2014 Conference in Bologna, Sep. 29 – Oct. 1, 2014 will be focused on the role of the Key Enabling Technologies.



EuMaT and A4M will be present at LET’S 2014

 
The Alliance for Materials 
June 12, 2014
The Alliance for Materials started in 2010 with the goal of providing European Technology Platforms
with a unified voice on crucial materials science topics.
Dr Marco Falzetti discusses the formation of the Alliance and how its member organisations have worked together to advance the field as a whole. (see interview)
 
MatVal Workshop 
May 15, 2014

MatVal Workshop „Developing strategies to boost Materials R&D in Europe”
Satellite event of EMRS Spring Meeting

May 26, 2014,
Lille (France)
ProgrammeRegistration

 
Industrial Technologies 2014 
March 09, 2014

International Conference, 9-11 April in Athens.

 
Horizon 2020-work programmes available 
December 02, 2013
Draft work programmers 2014-2015 are now available on Commission’s official website
 
ETP 2020 strategy 
August 04, 2013

EuMaT recognized by EC as an ETP in line with the new ETP 2020 strategy (read more)

 

European Technology Platform on Advanced Engineering Materials and Technologies (EuMaT) has been considered by the European Commission services to fulfill the revised criteria for recognition, and will therefore be included in the publicly available list of recognized ETPs on the European Commission’s ETP website

 
March 02, 2010
To see previous EuMaT announcements please follow the link below
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Invitation to apply to H2020 NMBP Brokerage event
July 11, 2014
A brokerage event for the coming H2020 NMBP work program 2015 is organized by the European Technology Integrating and Innovation Platform on Nanotechnology NANOfutures with the collaboration of the European Platforms for Advanced Engineering Materials and Technologies EUMAT and Manufacturing, MANUFUTURE.  (more)
The Alliance for Materials
June 12, 2014
The Alliance for Materials started in 2010 with the goal of providing European Technology Platforms
with a unified voice on crucial materials science topics.
Dr Marco Falzetti discusses the formation of the Alliance and how its member organisations have worked together to advance the field as a whole. (see interview)
MatVal Workshop
May 15, 2014

MatVal Workshop „Developing strategies to boost Materials R&D in Europe”
Satellite event of EMRS Spring Meeting

May 26, 2014,
Lille (France)
ProgrammeRegistration

Horizon 2020-work programmes available
December 02, 2013
Draft work programmers 2014-2015 are now available on Commission’s official website
Interview with E-MRS President Prof. R. Martins
November 05, 2013

E-MRS President Prof. R. Martins offers his take on how to reaffirm Europe’s place in globally important markets through closer ties between research and industry. He explains the role the Society is playing in this, and in the development of sustainable solutions to humanity’s challenges.

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Interview with Prof. E. Zschech
November 04, 2013
"Materials science will play an ever more important role in industry and society ... Europe needs to take the lead through
innovative collaboration" - see more in the interview with Prof. E. Zschech who is the member of EuMaT Steering Committee.
ARTEMIS & ITEA Co-summit 2013
October 18, 2013
The ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking is very pleased to announce that the ARTEMIS & ITEA Co-summit 2013 will be held on 4-5 December in Stockholm.

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ETP 2020 strategy
August 04, 2013

EuMaT recognized by EC as an ETP in line with the new ETP 2020 strategy (read more)

 

European Technology Platform on Advanced Engineering Materials and Technologies (EuMaT) has been considered by the European Commission services to fulfill the revised criteria for recognition, and will therefore be included in the publicly available list of recognized ETPs on the European Commission’s ETP website

Alliance for Materials (A4M)
June 18, 2013
Alliance for Materials (A4M) is the collaboration initiated by a number of ETP’s that have a strong Materials agenda.

The driver for this collaboration was to ensure a Value Chain coverage to improve the speed of implementation of innovations in Europe that address the Grand  Societal challenges.

 

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February 05, 2013
A new partnership and networking initiative for materials research and innovation is taking shape this week, as the MatVal Project is being launched on 7-8 February in Rome
The launch event, which gathers high-level policymakers, R&D experts, material developers, suppliers and end users from across Europe, is a top opportunity to address major sectors such as energy, transport, health, construction.  

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March 02, 2010
To see previous EuMaT announcements please follow the link below
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EuMat Steering Committee members

European Technology Platform
for Advanced Engineering Materials and Technologies

EuMaT – European Technology Platform for Advanced Engineering Materials and Technologies has been launched in order to assure optimal involvement of industry and other important stakeholders in the process of establishing of R&D priorities in the area of advanced engineering materials and technologies. EuMaT should improve coherence in existing and forthcoming EU projects, in the field of materials R&D.

 

EuMaT covers all elements of the life cycle of an industrial product, despite it is a component, a system or a final goods:

  • design, development & qualification of advanced material
  • advanced production, processing and manufacturing
  • material and component testing
  • material selection and optimization
  • advanced modelling on all scales
  • databases and supporting analytical tools
  • life cycle considerations, including impacts, decommissioning, reliability, hazards, risks and recyclability

Main objectives of EuMaT

The main goal of EuMaT is to contribute to the best relation and dialogue between industry, R&D actors and institutions aiming at improving the coordination and synergies at national and European level in the field of Materials R&D.
The primary objective of EuMaT is to produce the Strategic Research Agenda which, with appropriate involvement of industry and other main stakeholders will provide basis for

  • identification of needs and
  • establishing priorities in the area of advanced materials and technologies.

In addition, EuMaT promotes

  • interdisciplinary education and training, and technology transfer and innovation
  • societal considerations in the R&D (e.g. potential impacts on public health, safety, environmental risks)
  • cooperation and initiatives at international level
EuMaT is open to all interested new members accepting EuMaT goals, principles and statutes.

EuMaT Organization of the stakeholders: The pan-European partnership

EuMaT includes members from:

  • Industry (large, medium and small, embracing the whole production and supply chain, including component, equipment and sub-system suppliers, service providers and user industries; those involved in technology transfer; also, industry associations)
  • Public authorities (regulators and policy makers, funding agencies; in the particular notified and licensing bodies)
  • Scientific and Technical Community (apart for education and research also those involved in innovation and interested in the issue of European Innovation Area);
  • Associations and Consortia from other EU projects
  • Financial community (private banks including the EIB, the European Investment Fund EIF, venture capital, etc.; in particular supporting SME’s)
  • Civil society, including users and consumers (involving the also the future customers, e.g. through associations).
Technology Platforms 

EuMaT Strategic Research Agenda (SRA)
The updated version of the Strategic Research Agenda is now available. 
To download the 2012 version of the SRA in PDF format click on the link below.
SRA update (version 2012)
Roadmap (version 2006)


What are Technology Platforms...
Technology platforms are mechanism proposed jointly by the industry and the EU in order to define research, technology and development (RTD) priorities, timeframes and budgets on a number of strategically important issues...
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TP on EU websites...

You can read more about the technology platforms on one of the following EU websites...
What is a Technology Platform

EuMaT Priorities
EuMaT Priorities document explains what EuMaT priorities are. To download the latest version of the priorities in PDF format click on the link below. 
download priorities
 
EuMaT Leaflet
EuMaT leaflet (02.11.2004) summarizes the whole idea behind the EuMaT initiative. To download the leaflet in PDF format click on the link below.
download leaflet