BioCoke4FAI - Bio-Coke for Ferroalloys Industry Production
The BioCoke4FAI project aims to develop an innovative and economically viable technology for bio-coke production for the ferroalloys industry.
FME NorthWind (Norwegian Research Centre on Wind Energy) will bring forward outstanding research and innovation to create jobs and grow exports, and to facilitate the sustainable development of wind power.
eaSi-system - Framework for systematic SDG impacts assessment
Our ambition is to create a novel and comprehensive methodology that will bring together the technology development process and resulting technological change. Taking the systems perspective on global value chains, the goal is then to identify subsequent impacts that these have on long-term sustainability as measured by the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) towards 2030.
OntoCommons - Ontology Commons Ecosystem Toolkit
OntoCommons is an H2020 CSA project dedicated to the standardisation of data documentation across all domains related to materials and manufacturing.
VirtuOSA - Virtual Surgery in the Upper Airways – New Solutions to Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatment
The current project aims at enabling key technology for patient-specific diagnostics and treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). When evaluating treatment options, clinicians are currently relying on general guidelines and personal experience, but they are lacking objective and predictive decision support tools. This project will provide required insight and software tools for computer-aided diagnostics and treatment of OSA through the promotion of Virtual surgery. Thereby, OSA patients can be treated more targeted, with reduced risk for the patient and reduced cost for society.
In-No-Plastic: Innovative approaches towards prevention, removal and reuse of marine plastic litter
In-No-Plastic’s goal is to develop and demonstrate nano-, micro, and macro-plastic clean-up technologies in the aquatic ecosystems.
RecirkIrRu – Recycling of Iridium and Ruthenium at KAR
The RecirkIrRu project's goal is to demonstrate the effective extraction of valuable Iridium (Ir) and Ruthenium (Ru) from waste material into valuable intermediates for K.A. Rasmussen's further processing. The extraction will be possible by developing and boosting innovative, efficient, and environmentally friendly extraction processes suggested by SINTEF.
BIG-MAP: Battery Interface Genome – Materials Acceleration Platform
Batteries play an important role in our daily lives, powering smart phones, computers, and cars. As the world races to reduce CO2 emissions, the development of sustainable and high-performance batteries takes on an even more important role enabling the large-scale storage of renewable energy, electric shipping, and even electric aviation. The BIG-MAP (Battery Interface Genome – Materials Acceleration Platform) project will accelerate the speed of battery development by fundamentally changing the way we invent batteries.
Norway's position as an energy-exporting country is changing due to decarbonization of the European energy market. To fulfil the Paris Agreement, CO2 emissions must be reduced in all parts of the energy value chain from generation to end-use. There is a surge to replace fossil-fuelled energy generation with carbon-free alternatives and renewable generation, and a need to ramp up deployment of CO2 capture and storage (CCS). This ongoing transition of the energy system creates both opportunities and challenges for the utilization of Norway's fossil energy and renewable electric power resources.