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5 Academic Beneficiaries

lu.lv

 

LV – LATVIJAS UNIVERSITATE (LU) // Coordinator of Nano2Day, leader of WP1 and WP7
Principal investigator

Dr. Andrey Aniskevich
andrey.aniskevich@pmi.lu.lv
The Institute for Mechanics of Materials, University of Latvia is well known research institution in the fields of polymers and composites since 1963. The “niche” of LU is wide-scale research in mechanics and materials science with an accent to polymers and composites.

 

 

ktu.lt

LT – KAUNO TECHNOLOGIJOS UNIVERSITETAS (KTU) // leader of WP6
Principal investigator

Dr. Daiva Zeleniakiene
daiva.zeleniakiene@ktu.lt
KTU is one of the leaders of research and development in physical and technology sciences in Lithuania. KTU team’s research is related to multifunctional polymeric materials, which encompass composite materials that provide high strength properties and incorporate other functions.

 

ltu.se SE – LULEA TEKNISKA UNIVERSITET (LTU)
Principal investigator

Dr. Roberts Joffe
Roberts.Joffe@ltu.se
LTU is the most Northern university in Sweden. The Group of Polymeric Composite Materials carries out studies on mechanisms governing the mechanical performance of composite materials on all size scales with focus on micro mechanics of fibre/matrix interaction, damage evolution and its effect on composite performance.

 

polymer.sk SK – USTAV POLYMEROV – SLOVENSKA AKADEMIA VIED (UPO) // leader of WP3
Principal investigator

Dr. Maria Omastova
maria.omastova@savba.sk
UPO is the leading academic institution in the field of polymer chemistry, polymer physics and polymer material science in Slovak Republic. The activities of the Department of Composite Materials are focused on the research and development of polymeric composites and nanocomposites, polymeric blends and polymeric surfaces.

 


dtu.dk
DK – DANMARKS TEKNISKE UNIVERSITET (DTU) // leader of WP4
Principal investigator

Dr. habil. Leon Mishnaevsky Jr.
lemi@dtu.dk
DTU was founded in 1829 at the initiative of Hans Christian Ørsted as Denmark’s first polytechnic, and is today ranked among Europe’s leading engineering institutions. Research and development activities of the Department of Wind Energy range from boundary layer meteorology, fluid dynamics, composites and advanced modelling, to power and control engineering, wind turbine loading and safety, and project planning and development.

4 Non-Academic Beneficiaries


bsi.lv
LV – BALTIC SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS SIA (BSI)
Principal investigator

Dr. Vladimir Gostilo
v.gostilo@bsi.lv
BSI, est. 1994, has 66 employees which include product developers, manufacturers, testers, managers and sellers. BSI produces semiconductor detectors and spectrometric devices used for measuring ionizing radiation. Currently there are about 50 products developed and produced at BSI.

 


mrc.org.ua
UA – MATERIALS RESEARCH CENTER (MRC) // leader of WP2
Principal investigator

Eng. Oleksiy Gogotsi
alex@mrc.org.ua
MRC is R&D company with about 20 years of experience in materials science and materials engineering, equipment design and manufacturing. MRC focuses on synthesis and modification of carbon nanomaterials and development technologies in areas such as nanostructured materials for energy storage, structural applications and civil engineering.

 


www.synpo.cz
CZ – SYNPO AKCIOVA SPOLECNOST (SYNPO) // leader of WP5
Principal investigator

Dr. Vladimír Špaček
vladimir.spacek@synpo.cz
SYNPO research institute is a Joint Stock Company with more than 70 years tradition in R&D of polymeric materials. Research teams specialize in synthesis of alkyds, polyesters, polyurethanes, epoxies and acrylates and formulation of paints, composites and adhesives. Synpo exclusively provides also transfer of production technologies of developed polymer products from laboratory to production scale.

 


lak.lt
LT – UAB SPORTINE AVIACIJA IR KO (SA)
Principal investigator

Eng. Stasys Skalskis
stasys@lak.lt
SA holds the Certificate issued by the Lithuanian Civil Aviation Authority, which grants the right to perform production of sailplanes, self-launching sailplanes as well as related products and parts. Apart from building gliders, the company has capacities to develop a large variety of aviation or non-aviation composite structures and constructions.

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bsu.by
BY – BELARUSIAN STATE UNIVERSITY (BSU)
Principal investigator

Dr. Sergey Poznyak
poznyak@bsu.by
BSU is a top-rated scientific, educational, innovation and cultural centre of the Republic of Belarus. The Research Institute for Physical Chemical Problems of the BSU organized in 1978 now is one of the key institutions of the chemical specialization in Belarus. BSU research team specializes in synthesis and characterization of various functional coatings based on metals, semiconductors and polymers.

 


drexel.edu
US – DREXEL UNIVERSITY (DU)
Principal investigator

Prof. Yury Gogotsi
gogotsi@drexel.edu
Research in the Nanomaterials Group (NMG) at Drexel University is focused on the fundamental and applied aspects of synthesis and characterization of carbon nanomaterials, 2D carbides and nitrides (MXenes, BN, etc), and composites. NMG develops and studies new nanomaterials and works closely with industry with the goal to significantly decrease the time from discovery to commercial application of new materials.