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Innovative materials solutions for Transport, Energy and Biomedical sectors by strengthening integration and enhancing research dynamics of KMM-VIN


KMM-VIN has reached a considerable level of internal integration and organizational stability in some domains typically attributed to NoEs. While collaborative research and mobility programme are running reasonably well, the R&D and training services for industry are not yet fully satisfactory.
The primary objective of INNVIN project is to engage the large transnational partnership of KMM-VIN in the process of transforming it into an organization with a more effective strategy towards the industry, which should enhance KMM-VIN’s financial viability. KMM-VIN will primarily focus on Transport, Energy and Biomedical sectors as these are the ones where KMM-VIN’s expertise has reached a critical mass.

A set of measures is proposed to reach this objective: Survey of technology needs in Transport, Energy and Biomedical sectors, Update of contents and enhancement of functionalities of KMM expertise and equipment database, Dissemination campaign of KMM-VIN research, infrastructure and training potential, Recruitment of new KMM members from industry.

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European Virtual Institute on Knowledge-based Multifunctional Materials AISBL
Rue du trone 98
1050 Bruxelles

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Région de Bruxelles-Capitale/Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest Région de Bruxelles-Capitale/ Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest Arr. de Bruxelles-Capitale/Arr. Brussel-Hoofdstad
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Administrative Contact
Michal Basista (Prof.)
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