Experimental and theoretical determination of the distribution of primary and secondary air pollutants in order to understand and predict their chemical transformation and their transport over europe.
Objective: the aim is to generate new eureka projects in the field of the food industry and basic related sectors.
A specialised microscope and method for fine and precise laser cleaning and spectro-microscopic analysis of fine art object surfaces; the system will contain a pulsed nd:yag laser for cleaning and a laser diode system for aiming.
Polymers are already applied in the tanning industry to improve aesthetic characteristics. By utilizing different polymers (technopolymers) we intend to obtain new composite leather products with higher mechanical performances.
In order to better recycle scraps and depuration sludges generated in the tanning industry, free-chrome compounds will be utilised in the industrial process.
During this project, the treatment and re-utilization of tanning industry by-products will be studied so that large quantities of solid waste can be exploited. The aim is to reduce disposal costs and produce re-usable products.
Improve depuration technology in the tanning industry,reduce manufacturing costs/environmental impact through a drastic reduction of used chemical products, a significant decrease in final sludges and an improvement in their quality.
The main aim is to design, investigate and develop laser systems and technologies for the restoration of monuments, and art works, environmentally-friendly methods for the fast and precise treatment of objects.
Creation of a platform to stimulate r&d/technology transfer dealing with laser/optics technologies/their applications, e.G. In processing industries, in order to initiate projects emphasizing cooperation between industry/r & d instititions.
The main objective is to provide scientific and technological support, and general technical assistance to european smes wishing to integrate micro and nano technology into their products. Non-european countries will also be made aware of minatuse activities.