Building an Ecosystem for the up-scaling of lightweight multi-functional concrete and ceramic materials and structures – LightCoce

 

Building an Ecosystem for the up-scaling of lightweight multi-functional concrete and ceramic materials and structures – LightCoce

 
The project is financed by the European Union’s Framework Program for Research and Innovation “Horizon 2020” under the Grant Agreement No. 814632.
 
Time of project implementation: 01.01.2019–31.12.2022
Project value for Łukasiewicz – PIT: 632 500 EUR
Co-financing for Łukasiewicz – PIT: 607 200 EUR
Akronym: LightCoce
 
Project’s partners

  • National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) (Greece) – Coordinator
  • Aercrete Technology AB (Sweden)
  • Advanced Material Simulation SL (Spain)
  • Elliniko Parartima Tis Amerikanikisenosis Michanikon Thermansis Psichis Kai Klimatismoy (Greece )
  • Axia Innovation UG (Germany)
  • Rise Research Institutes of Sweden AB (Sweden)
  • Creative Nano PC (Greece)
  • Exergy Netherlands BV (Netherlands),
  • Forschungsinstitut fuer Waermeschutz Eingetragener Verein Muenchen (Germany)
  • Highftech Engineering SRL (Italy)
  • Optimizacion Orientada a la Sostenibilidad SL (Spain)
  • Łukasiewicz Poznań Institute of Technology (Poland)
  • Instituto de Soldadura e Qualidade (Portugal)
  • Asociacion de Investigacion de Lasindustrias Ceramicas Aice (Spain)
  • Keraben Grupo SA (Spain)
  • Mostostal Warszawa SA (Poland)
  • Nanocyl SA (Belgium)
  • Nuova Tesi System SRL (Italy)
  • Schlagmann Poroton GmbH & CO. KG (Germany)
  • Sonaca Space GmgH (Germany)
  • Stam SRL (Italy)
  • Sustainable Innovations Europe SL (Spain)
  • Technische Hochschule Nurnberg Georg Simon Ohm (Germany )
  • Titan Cement Company AE (Greece)
  • Universita Degli Studi DI (Italy )
  • Unismart Padova Enterprise SRL (Italy)

The main goal of the LightCoce project is to overcome technological barriers to scale-up the production processes of multifunctional lightweight ceramic composites and concrete materials, providing open access for SMEs to the ecosystem built by the project.

As part of the project, Łukasiewicz – Poznań Institute of Technology will develop a technology for the production of valves used in space satellites from Ti3SiC2 and Ti2AlC composites and thermal protective coatings used in space vehicles using powder metallurgy methods.

 
funding lightcoce
 

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