April 13, 2018

 

 

 

 

SHAPE, the SME HPC Adoption Programme in Europe is a pan-European, PRACE-based programme supporting HPC adoption by SMEs. The Programme aims to raise awareness and equip European SMEs with the expertise necessary to take advantage of the innovation possibilities opened up by High Performance Computing (HPC), thus increasing their competitiveness.

 

HPC is a powerful technology that can enable the development of new products or services, reduce time-to-market and cost of R&D or increase quality. The opportunities opened up by HPC are vast and an increasing number of SMEs turn to HPC in order to create new business opportunities.

 

The Programme will help European SMEs overcome barriers to using HPC, such as cost of operation, lack of knowledge and lack of resources. It will facilitate the process of defining a workable solution based on HPC and defining an appropriate business model.

 

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March 14, 2018

 

 

 

The VERAM Final Conference, “EU Raw Materials 2050: Roadmap to Success”, which will take place on 17 April 2018, at Palais des Académies/Paleis der Academiën, in Brussels.

Research and Innovation organizations, policy makers, national governments, European institutions and industry representatives working in the raw materials sector are invited to join this event to discuss the presentation of a common long term 2050 vision and roadmap for relevant raw materials including metals, industrial minerals and aggregates, and wood.

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February 16, 2018

AuxDefense 2018 – 1st World Conference on Advanced Materials for Defense, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal, on 3rd and 4th  September 2018, aims to be the meeting point for everyone interested in these outstanding advanced materials, including researchers, technicians, technologists, militaries and students.

This conference focuses on advanced materials research in the forward-looking enabling R&D domain where the intersection of key technologies in areas such as nano and microtechnology, biotechnology, stealth materials, smart materials and structures, and energy generation and storage is being explored.

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September 1, 2017

The Industrial Innovation Info Days hold on 3 and 4 October 2017 in Brussels, under the auspices of the European Commission Directorate General for Research & Innovation.

The purpose of this major event, which gathered more than 1000 participants, was to inform stakeholders about activities in the “Key Enabling Technologies” part of Horizon 2020.

EuMat participated actively in this event.

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July 14, 2017

 

 

LUBMAT 2018: SAN SEBASTIAN, SPAIN 5th-6th JUNE 2018

LUBMAT is a common initiative between TEKNIKER and JOST Institute for lubrication and tribology which realized that even though there were numerous international congresses dealing with the scientific approach for lubrication and wear, there were not any specific industrially focused. LUBMAT intends to address the industrial public without losing sight of the academic and scientific vision. LUBMAT is a well-established event that is in its 6th edition. Contributions are expected on all aspects of these three main topics:

  • Lubricants and lubrication management.
  • Tribology.
  • Condition monitoring.

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WG 2: Materials for Energy

Chair: John Oakey (Cranfield University)

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Scope and objective of this WG

This Working Group deals with:

  • materials for power generation (fossil and renewable): e.g. novel materials for next generation powerplants, high temperature and corrosion resistant materials for vessels and heat exchangers; lightweight, high temperature-resistant and wear-resistant materials, high-performance materials for fuel cells, new advanced materials for windmill propellers and gears and for other power generation sources, e.g. hydro and geothermal; novel materials  for photovoltaics, renewable materials for biofuels and bioproducts; advanced materials for steam engines and stirling motors

  • materials for energy transmission, distribution and storage: e.g. new materials for high pressure pipelines, new superconducting materials, materials with tailored thermal and electrical properties

  • materials for energy conservation: new tribological materials for energy conservation, materials for hydrogen storage, materials for new generation batteries.
Contact 
John Oakey
Cranfield University
Cranfield
Bedford
MK43 0AL
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1234 754253
Fax: +44 1234 752473
j.e.oakey@cranfield.ac.uk
 
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