Research Meets Industry – March 4, 2021

Matchmaking event for FET projects focused on
ENERGY and ENVIRONMENT

The mission of FET BRIEFING is to bridge the FET innovation gap by bringing  business, stakeholders and researchers together to explore the innovation potential of their research.

Our online “Research Meets Industry” event on 4th March 2021 will introduce 14 exciting Future and Emerging Technology/EIC Pathfinder projects funded by the  European Commission.

The event is an advantageous occasion for innovative businesses to find scientific support and build a relationships to launch their next idea. It offers an exclusive opportunity for both business and the science community to meet and start up conversations in order to boost their innovation potential.

Newspiece about the event on the EIC Community page can be found here.

Date and location

  • Date: March 4, 2021
  • Location: Online

Content and program

Morning session (9-11 am)

Focus on Energy Storage and Conversion

  • Welcome and Introduction: The importance of early matchmaking in research projects 
  • Meet the new EIC Programme Managers: Introduction.
  • Speakers: Dr. Francesco Matteucci and Dr. Antonio Marco Pantaleo
  • Presentations of FET/EIC Pathfinders projects
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AMADEUS – Modular energy storage technology for the cogeneration of heat and electricity. How to stores electricity in form of heat and produces both heat and electricity on demand.
Presenter: Dr. Alejandro Datas

CARBAT – Rechargeable battery technology based on calcium to replace lithium-ion batteries.
Presenter: Prof. Patrik Johansson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden.

E-MAGIC – High energy density, cost effective and safe rechargeable batteries based on magnesium. Presenter: Dr. J. Alberto Blázquez

AMAPOLA – Aluminum-sulfur based battery technology, which is inexpensive, highly abundant, and non-hazardous.
Presenter: Dr. Ana López-Cudero

LESGO – Efficient and affordable storage and transportation of electricity using hydrogen, which helps to mitigate the unpredictability of renewable electricity.
Presenter: Dr. Alastair Cunningham

HiPowAR – Highly efficient power production by novel high temperature energy converter, fueled by ammonia, which is C-Free and sustainable synthetic fuel.
Presenter: Dr. Angela Kruth and Dr. Ralf Kriegel

DROP-IT – Development of stable optoelectronic and photonic devices (e.g. solar cells with 12-15% and LEDs with 14-18% efficiencies) based on new inorganic lead-free perovskites, leveraging the potential of inkjet printing.
Presenter: Dr. Juan P. Martinez-Pastor

  • Q&A and open discussion with the industry partners

Afternoon session (14-16 pm)

Focus on Solar Fuel and Energy Harvesting

  • Welcome and introduction
  • Presentations of FET/EIC Pathfinders projects

A-LEAF – An artificial leaf: a photo-electro-catalytic cell from earth-abundant materials for sustainable solar production of CO2-based chemicals and fuels.
Presenter: Prof. José Ramón Galán Mascarós

SoFiA – Soap film based artificial photosynthesis producing renewable solar fuel.
Presenter: Dr. Indraneel Sen

LICROX – Fabrication and test a photoelectrochemical cell (PEC), an artificial photosynthesis device for converting sunlight, water and carbon dioxide (CO2) into carbon-based molecules, which can store chemical energy.
Presenter: Prof. Antoni Llobet

MAGENTA – This project proposes a magnetic nanoparticle based liquid energy materials for waste-heat recovery applications.
Presenter: TBA

HARMoNIC – Developing solutions related to water utilization for significant enhancement in efficiency of thermal power generation and water harvesting to reduce the shortfall in global fresh water supply.
Presenter: Dr. Athanasios Milionis

NANO-EH – Nanomaterials enabling smart energy harvesting for next-generation internet-of-things modules, facilitating module level recyclability.
Presenter: Dr. Mircea Modreanu

ELECTRO-INTRUSION – Exploration a new and highly efficient method and apparatuses for the simultaneous transformation of mechanical and thermal energies into electricity.
Presenter: Dr. Yaroslav Grosu

  • Open discussion and wrap-up

For researchers

In case you want to attend the presentations as an audience member, please register below for “Registration for audience”.

Benefits

  • Online project/research presentations give you an idea how fellow researchers do pitches
  • Observe market validationand feedback on exploitation directions from business representatives
  • Get in touch with the EIC Programme Managerand discover how they can support you
  • Network with fellow project representatives

Registration for presenters closed on February 7.

For business stakeholders

By meeting with researchers of your area of interest you will get the latest and state of the art scientific research results, get in contact with researchers, build network for future collaboration and boost your innovation power.

Benefits

  • Be the firstfrom your industry to see forward-looking research results
  • Start dialoguewith researchers at an early phase
  • Share your research needs
  • Provide feedbackfrom an exploitation point of view
  • Generate innovation projectsfor your organization

Business stakeholders may apply till 1st March 2021.

Who can attend?

  • All members of FET/EIC Pathfinder projects as presenters.
  • Industry representatives, Venture Capitalist and investors.
  • Anyone interested in the topics above as audience.

Upon your registration we will contact you and provide the LINK to the event.

Disclaimer

Upon your application, our colleague will contact you with further details, such as the description of the projects and businesses, link to on-line meetings, etc.
Participation at the event and services provided are free of charge for FET Research projects and business stakeholders as well. The event is organized by the FET BRIEFING project and funded by the European Commission. No further costs are implied by the organizers related to this event.
For any questions, please contact info@fetbriefing.eu

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