“DESALTHERITAGE: DEVELOPMENT, CHARACTERIZATION, AND EVALUATION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF NEW MATERIALS FOR THE DESALINATION OF ELEMENTS OF CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL HERITAGE”.
Call & Funding Entities: Projects in strategic lines, in public-private collaboration, State R&D Program Oriented to the Challenges of Society, within the framework of the State Plan for Scientific and Technical Research and Innovation 2017-2020. European Union (NextGenerationEU) and Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation.
Consortium: UNIVERSIDAD DE VALLADOLID, TÉCNICAS PARA LA RESTAURACIÓN Y CONSERVACIÓN, S.A., CELLMAT TECHNOLOGIES, S.L.
“ECLIPSE: RESEARCH INTO NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE RECYCLING AND RECOVERING OF COMPLEX PLASTIC WASTE”
Call & Funding Entities: MISIONES 2021 call, within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan and the State Program to Catalyze Innovation and Business Leadership of the State Plan for Scientific, Technical and Innovation Research 2021-2023. ECLIPSE project is funded by the “Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial (CDTI)” and supported by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. It is also co-founded by the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, in the 2021 call of the Science and Innovation Missions Program, within the framework of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan and the State Program to Catalyze Innovation and Business Leadership of the State Plan for Scientific, Technical and Innovation Research 2021-2023.
Consortium: The consortium of ECLIPSE is integrated by 8 different companies: TÉCNICAS REUNIDAS, S.A., ACTECO PRODUCTOS Y SERVICIOS, S.L., CELLMAT TECHNOLOGIES, S.L., CENTRO TECNOLÓGICO DE GRUPO COPO, S.L., PICVISA MACHINE VISION SYSTEMS, S.L., REPSOL, S.A., SEAT, S.A., SYNTHESIA TECHNOLOGY EUROPE, S.L.
Summary: This project focuses on the research of novel technological routes for the recycling and revalorization of complex polymeric wastes, which represent a disruptive advance compared to the current state of the art, in terms of separation, recycling, purification and chemical synthesis of building blocks to obtain new high quality recycled polymers, providing an alternative to mechanical recycling. This objective will be reached through research in processes of separation and identification of complex polymeric wastes, mixed technologies of thermal, chemical and biotechnological recycling, processes of isolation and purification of chemical units of high industrial interest, synthesis of chemical specialties, polymeric formulations and eco-design of products. In addition, this technological transversality provided by ECLIPSE in the different recycling processes to be addressed will allow a significant improvement in the sustainable development and in the circular economy of plastics sector through the minimization of the waste generated, the reduction of energy the costs and the reduction of the CO2 emissions.
“LOW DENSITY NANOCELLULAR POLYMERS FOR THERMAL INSULATION IN BUILDINGS. BASIC HEAT TRANSFER MECHANISMS AND LCA”
Call & Funding Entities: R&D PROJECTS IN INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE M-ERA.NET NETWORK (CALL 2020). Project financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) of the European Union and the Junta de Castilla y León, through the Institute for Business Competitiveness of Castilla y León (ICE).
Consortium: National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan) and Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Brasil). CellMat Technologies leads the project
“INVESTIGACIÓN Y DESARROLLO DE PANELES AISLANTES VIP (“VACUUM INSULATION PANNEL”) DE BAJO COSTE BASADOS EN PERLITAS NANOCELULARES EXPANDIDAS”
“BIONANOPOLYS: OPEN INNOVATION TEST BED FOR DEVELOPING SAFE NANO-ENABLED BIO-BASED MATERIALS AND POLYMER BIONANOCOMPOSITES FOR MULTIFUNCTIONAL AND NEW ADVANCED APPLICATIONS”
Call & Funding Entities: HORIZON 2020 PROJECT funded by the European Union within the framework of the H2020-EU.2.1.3 programs. and H2020-EU.2.1.2.
MODAIS – “Development of heat and moisture transference models for constructive elements included integrated insulating elements”
Call & Funding Entities: The MODAIS project was developed in the frame of CLEANTECHBLOCK – “Sustainable Multi-Functional Building Block Basics”
Consortium: Jozef Stefan Institute (Slovenia), the Centre for Industrial Ecology of University of Coimbra (Portugal) and CellMat Technologies SL (Spain). CLEANTECHBLOCK project received funds from M-ERA.NET 2016 program and it was co-funded by the ADE (Agency for Enterprise Innovation, Funding and Internationalization) and by the Research and Innovation Program Horizon 2020 of the European Union.