The aim of the project was to carry out research in nanotechnology and to encourage researchers to take up jobs in the European nanotechnology industry.

The research projects cover green energy-generating nanomaterials for solar cells and batteries, the organization and characterization of nanostructure, and lightweight/ longer life nanostructured materials for improving energy efficiency.

A network of universities, research institutes and companies from across Europe has been set up that carried out the integrated research and training programme. The project employed a multidisciplinary approach encompassing chemistry, physics, instrumentation, computational modelling, engineering and product design. Glass Technology Services provided valuable technical support, novel glass materials and mini-secondments for a number of the projects within this programme.

Project Partners

  • London South Bank University
  • Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
  • Arkema France S A
  • Kingston University
  • Active Space Technologies, S.A.
  • Universidade de Coimbra
  • Lurederra Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico y Social
  • Pfaudler-Werke GmbH
  • Tecnología Navarra de Nanoproductos SL
  • Acrosoma NV
  • Advanced Composites Group Ltd


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