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Additive Manufacturing Initiative for Transnational Innovation in Europe

Informazioni relative al progetto

ID dell’accordo di sovvenzione: 734342

Stato

Progetto in corso

  • Data di avvio

    1 Marzo 2017

  • Data di completamento

    28 Febbraio 2021

Finanziato da:

H2020-EU.1.3.3.

  • Bilancio complessivo:

    € 877 500

  • Contributo UE

    € 877 500

Coordinato da:

UNIVERSITE DE LIMOGES

Francia

Obiettivo

Additive manufacturing (AM) technologies and overall numerical fabrication methods have been recognized by stakeholders as the next industrial revolution bringing customers’ needs and suppliers’ offers closer. It cannot be dissociated to the present trends in increased virtualization, cloud approaches and collaborative developments (i.e. sharing of resources). AM is likely to be one good option paving the way to Europe re-industrialization and increased competitiveness. AMITIE will reinforce European capacities in the AM field applied to ceramic-based products.
Through its extensive programme of transnational and intersectoral secondments, AMITIE will promote fast technology transfer and enable as well training of AM experts from upstream research down to more technical issues. This will provide Europe with specialists of generic skills having a great potential of knowledge-based careers considering present growing needs for AM industry development. To do that, AMITIE brings together leading academic and industrial European players in the fields of materials science/processes, materials characterizations, AM technologies and associated numerical simulations, applied to the fabrication of functional and/or structural ceramic-based materials for energy/transport, and ICTs applications, as well as biomaterials. Those players will develop a new concept of smart factory for the future based on 3D AM technologies (i.e. powder bed methods, robocasting, inkjet printing, stereolithography, etc.) and their possible hybridization together or with subtractive technologies (e.g. laser machining). It will allow for the production of parts whose dimensions, shapes, functionality and assembly strategies may be tailored to address today’s key technological issues of the fabrication of high added value objects following a fully-combinatorial route. This is expected to lead to a new paradigm for production of multiscale, multimaterial and multifunctional components and systems
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Coordinatore

UNIVERSITE DE LIMOGES

Indirizzo

FranÇOis Mitterrand 33
87032 Limoges

Francia

Tipo di attività

Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

Contributo UE

€ 72 000

Partecipanti (16)

INSTITUT NATIONAL DES SCIENCES APPLIQUEES DE LYON

Francia

Contributo UE

€ 121 500

UNIVERSITE POLYTECHNIQUE HAUTS-DE-FRANCE

Francia

Contributo UE

€ 36 000

FRIEDRICH-ALEXANDER-UNIVERSITAET ERLANGEN NUERNBERG

Germania

Contributo UE

€ 31 500

BUNDESANSTALT FUER MATERIALFORSCHUNG UND -PRUEFUNG

Germania

Contributo UE

€ 31 500

UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI PADOVA

Italia

Contributo UE

€ 126 000

POLITECNICO DI TORINO

Italia

Contributo UE

€ 63 000

IMPERIAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AND MEDICINE

Regno Unito

Contributo UE

€ 76 500

UNIVERSITAT POLITECNICA DE CATALUNYA

Spagna

Contributo UE

€ 121 500

CENTRE DE RECHERCHES DE L'INDUSTRIEBELGE DE LA CERAMIQUE ASBL

Belgio

Contributo UE

€ 27 000

3DCERAM

Francia

Contributo UE

€ 31 500

SAINT-GOBAIN CENTRE DE RECHERCHES ET D'ETUDES EUROPEEN

Francia

Contributo UE

€ 45 000

NORAKER

Francia

Contributo UE

€ 13 500

ANTHOGYR SAS

Francia

Contributo UE

€ 4 500

ROBERT BOSCH GMBH

Germania

Contributo UE

€ 22 500

H.C. STARCK CERAMICS GMBH

Germania

Contributo UE

€ 27 000

DESAMANERA SRL

Italia

Contributo UE

€ 27 000

Partner (1)

UNIVERSITE MOHAMMED V DE RABAT

Marocco

Informazioni relative al progetto

ID dell’accordo di sovvenzione: 734342

Stato

Progetto in corso

  • Data di avvio

    1 Marzo 2017

  • Data di completamento

    28 Febbraio 2021

Finanziato da:

H2020-EU.1.3.3.

  • Bilancio complessivo:

    € 877 500

  • Contributo UE

    € 877 500

Coordinato da:

UNIVERSITE DE LIMOGES

Francia