As oil fields get older they produce increasingly more sand, gas and water. Conventional technologies cannot solve these so-called 'tail end problems'. The aim of this project is to develop compact, efficient separation equipment to solve these problems.
Development of aerial unmanned vehicles and related sensors for remote monitoring.
Development of a new product line, based on the pyrazolo-triazine motif, enhancing the sirna, aptamers and antisense activities as potential therapeutic tools.
Design and industrialisation of an innovative process for controlling the level of alcohol during wine production. The process will be environment-friendly and provide sugar recycling.
Coated conductors are becoming available in sufficient lengths for insert coils, shieldings and current leads for electro-magnets. The project addresses the technical problems arising from the use of the new material.
Gemstone will develop a geophysical investigation tool for rapid non-intrusive identification of deterioration 'hot spots' in embankments. It will achieve substantial cost savings and avoid failures that are costly for the economy and society.
The aim is to develop transparent conducting oxide nanostructured films by a pulsed laser deposition technique with multifunctional properties (hydrophobicty, scratch).
The proposed project is devoted to the development of a complex yet easy-to-use parametrised data (mathematical) model with optimal user interface which will allow for effective cost management and be uniformly applicable.
The development of a pre-competitive prototype (pcp) design (bloodlyser), which can homogenize, mix and inject whole-blood, transform it into cdb and deliver the cdb to the spark olsp system.
The purpose of the project is to investigate the economical feasibility of cleaning young and aged leachate wastewaters by using membrane technology - reverse osmosis and nanofiltration.