A feasibility study on a traffic corridor (north rhine-westphalia/balkans) to determine more concrete figures and documentation concerning the current and future exchange of goods in these two regions and connecting regions.
New bioactive nanostructured composite implant materials will be developed for human bone substitutes. Development is based on the plasma processing of ceramic nanopowders and chemical technology for the production of nanosized hydroxyapatite powders.
Development of a parallel kinematic machine based on 3 linear motions. As linear motors, the three ones of a 3-axis cnc milling centre are used. Project includes also the elaboration of an off-line programming /simulation software for various multi-axis cutting processes.
The target is the manufacturing of efficient aluminium (al) engines, cylinders, disc wheels, etc. The substitution of automobile steel parts with corresponding ones manufactured using al will be investigated.
The development of new dental alloys with at least 75% au and pt-group metals. Study of properties, corrosion, functionality and biocompatibility and ease of manufacture as the most important selection criteria.
This project focuses on studying and taking a new approach to the strengthening technology for silver and copper strips used in electro fusing elements
Self-cleaning clay roofing tiles with improved resistance to the action of microorganisms will be developed. Nanocrystalline photocatalytic coatings applied to the ceramic surface will be superhydrophilic, well bonded and durable.
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 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.
To improve aluminium-magnesium alloy sheets' and plates' properties and make them suitable for marine applications, by improving the (i) property - structure - processing relations, and (ii) welding conditions and (iii) evaluating the recycling potential of aluminium containing vessels.