NOMATEN: Centre of Excellence in Multifunctional Materials for Industrial and Medical Applications

 

12.12.2019

 

Intelligentsia are pleased to have supported Poland’s National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ) to win a Horizon 2020 Teaming Phase I project (€0.5 m funding, 2017-2018) and a Phase II project (€15 m funding, 2019-2026) to establish a Centre of Excellence in Multifunctional Materials for Industrial and Medical Applications (called NOMATEN).

 

The NOMATEN Centre of Excellence will capitalise upon NCBJ’s unique nuclear research infrastructure and expertise with the aid of two world-class collaboration partners: CEA in France and VTT in Finland.

 

The partners will implement a long-term science and innovation strategy for the NOMATEN Centre of Excellence, which focuses on two topics:

 

·      Novel high-temperature, corrosion and radiation resistant materials for industrial applications

·      Novel radiopharmaceutical materials for medical applications

 

The strategy will enable the new Centre of Excellence to address specific research and innovation needs of Poland and Europe in the fields of material sciences, harsh-environment industrial processes, and nuclear medicine.

 

The Horizon 2020 Teaming Phase II project was officially launched in Warsaw this week.

 

Commenting on NOMATEN, Intelligentsia’s Managing Director Giles Brandon said:

 

“A significant reason for this success is due to the outstanding dedication and efforts of Dr. Lina Smovziuk and Anna Zmiievska in supporting NCBJ to write the business plan for the NOMATEN Centre of Excellence during the Phase I project, as well as to write the subsequent Phase II grant proposal.”

 

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