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Towards Commercialization of Polymeric Ionic Liquids

Objective

“PIL-to-Market” Marie Curie IAPP project is composed by a high-tech Small Medium Enterprise (SME) from France named SOLVIONIC engaged in commercialization of ionic liquids materials and technologies and the Research Institute CIDETEC from Spain . The main goal of the project is to forge an alliance between the industrial and academic partner in order to pave the way towards the commercialization of novel polymeric ionic liquid products. This will be mainly accomplished by a join research programme which will be supported by exchange of know-how and experience through secondments of research staff of the participants, by recruiting experienced researchers and networking events. The ambitious goal behind the project “Towards the Commercialization of Polymeric Ionic Liquids” needs from the expertises and complementarities of both partners, the basic science related to the synthesis and characterization of polymeric ionic liquids and the scale-up and commercialization expertise of new ionic liquid products. The projects fits within the Marie Curie Schema by fostering dynamic pathways between public research organisations and private commercial enterprises, in particular SMEs. PIL-to-MARKET will benefit both the participating institutions and the career prospects of the seconded and recruited fellows and the European society in general by improving the competitiveness of our industrial and academic institutions.

Call for proposal

FP7-PEOPLE-IAPP-2008
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Funding Scheme

MC-IAPP - Industry-Academia Partnerships and Pathways (IAPP)

Coordinator

FUNDACION CIDETEC
Address
Paseo Miramon 196 Parque Tecnologico De Miramon
20014 San Sebastian
Spain
Activity type
Research Organisations
EU contribution
€ 214 001
Administrative Contact
Jon Lacunza (Mr.)

Participants (1)

SOLVIONIC
France
EU contribution
€ 276 577
Address
195 Rte D'espagne Site Bioparc Sanofi
31100 Toulouse
Activity type
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Administrative Contact
Francois Malbosc (Dr.)