Technological Centre

Events

The LIFE PHOENIX consortium, led by Aqualia and with the participation of CETIM, is made up of 8 partners from Spain, Portugal and the Netherlands. Based on low energy consumption technologies, the aim of the project is to obtain reclaimed water from WWTPs of any size and to achieve qualities that allow reuse with full guarantees. Several demonstration plants integrated in sea containers will tour WWTPs in the Iberian Peninsula to test the viability of the selected technologies.

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The Emulcell project “Cold bituminous mixes additivated with nanocellulose” (biopaving alternative to conventional asphalt) led by the Ourense company Misturas, S.A. and in which the Roads, Geotechnics and Materials Group of the CITEEC of the UDC and the Advanced Materials Area of CETIM Technology Centre participated, has won in the Company & Research category of the 1st Innovative Materials Competition of Galicia. The event, promoted and organised by the Galician Innovation Agency (GAIN), coincided with World Materials Day.

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CircularCETIM

CETIM organizes the webminar “How the Circular Economy can position you in your sector” next Tuesday, November 9, from 9.30 to 10.30 a.m.

Researchers from the Centre will explain the strategies necessary to position companies within the framework of the circular economy, in key sectors such as the plastics sector, agri-food and waste management, water and new technologies.

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On Thursday 3 June, ECO-SMART BATT consortium organised a webinar to raise awareness of the project. The members of the consortium explained the keys and objectives of ECO-SMART BATT, which investigates the sustainable 4.0 manufacturing of nanocomposites and ionogels for high energy density and lower cost batteries that drive the electrification of the mobility sector....

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The EuroNanoForum 2021 Conference was held on 5 and 6 May.

CETIM researchers participated with 2 contributions from the area of Advanced Materials-Lignocellulosics.

El congreso EuroNanoForum llevado a cabo en Portugal, buscaba abordar el papel de las tecnologías e industrias nanotecnológicas para lograr una transformación en la UE hacia la prosperidad. El evento puso de manifiesto el papel de la I+D, así como las oportunidades que ofrece el próximo Programa Marco de la UE: Horizonte Europa.

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