To develop and produce textiles with antibacterial effectiveness that will be achieved with nanosilver application.
To develop high power (over 250 kw) high temperature (up to 80 celsius) heat pump for industrial exploitation of low temperature (up to 40 celsius) geothermal sources.
Final surface integrity is of the highest importance in the industrial and technical design. The project will focus on a system for assesing surface quality (nano-, micro-, macro level) in product, tool and mould production.
The goal is a highly adaptable business application, built on an efficient innovative programming framework which performs well where state-of-the-art solutions do not work well. It should be simple and clear so that users can understand, manage and use it without help.
The project will focus on testing natural serbian and croatian zeolites for their use in the removal of toxic zinc, chromium, copper and arsenic from waste and drinking water. The performance of natural zeolites and synthetic zeolite a produced in slovenia will be compared.
We will develop a system for drinking water treatment with a co-natural technology called ecoremediation (erm), which can be used for cleaning drinking water, enriching groundwater and protecting water sources.
The aim of this project is to develop a novel reactive nano-multilayered material that enables rapid joining of similar and dissimilar materials, and to develop new technology for the manufacturing of reactive nano-foils.
The cluster will deal with pilot initiatives, aimed at implementation, within the manufuture framework, of the strategic intelligence developed by manufuture and related entities. This will lead and accelerate the transformation of european industry towards competitive sustainable manufacturing.
The project aims to study, design, develop and experiment an advanced ict-based service to support manufacturing smes in achieving supply chain optimisation. The main goal is to develop and test innovative ict-based services for supply chain optimisation.
Apart from in humans, iron deficiency is still a major problem in several segments of the livestock industry, with piglet anaemia as the most widespread. The main objective of this project is to develop a new hem-iron product obtained from pig blood waste in slaughterhouses.