The objective of the susplart project is to use plasma technology for the treatment of natural polymeric materials and to develop a cost-effective, versatile, environmentally friendly, non-thermal plasma system for cleaning, disinfection and lifetime prolongation of cultural heritage objects.
The present project proposes to create ecological, comfortable textiles which protect human body from harmful uv radiation by using natural fibers, natural dyes and nanoceramics.
The development of external fixator with possibility of computer controlled bone lengthening or realignment in dependency on bone adhesion area tension
The project concept is related to comprehensive research based on development of innovative biotextile with the potential ability to protect living organisms against adverse external environment factors. For the first time, there will be performed complex compounds integrated into textiles.
Smoa.Cl aims at prototyping a system for real-time in-motion analysis of hydraulic oils and engines in mining transport and machinery.The system will act in real working conditions collecting relevant data that will be centralised and processed through mathematical models for early failure diagnosis
Development of dmt 3d printing process technology for new metal matrix composite material (zti-powder)
The development of a magnetometer and electromagnetic system that can be deployed on an autonomous underwater vehicle (auv) for high speed inspection of the condition of the cathodic protection of subsea pipelines.
The objective of techwool is to create a new line of wool-based technical textiles with improved properties of comfort, breathability and functional properties that will be achieved through innovative finishing processes and chemical products.
The main goal of the project is to develop more sustainable textile components for vehicle interiors such as headliners and upholstery, which combine biodegradability with enhanced thermal properties compared to commercially-available products.
The goal of the project is to use the ability that certain inorganic materials such as titanium, zinc, zirconium and silicate have to capture and emit far-infrared radiation when incorporated into a cationic polyester fibre in order to be used in medical textiles with health and wellbeing benefits.