The FP7 STORM project will organise its final public workshop to present and discuss challenges and innovative solutions in simulation and technologies for icing conditions. The event will be hosted by the European Commission and the scope will be enlarged over two days with public sessions on the 29th and 30th March.
The WRIST project has released its third newsletter with an overview of the project, a special focus on ‘WP2 – New aluminothermic welding process’ including an interview with Dr. Jan Hantusch, Head of Pre-Development at the GTG Technology Innovation Center.
Since the early beginning until its closure in summer 2016, from proposal preparation and negotiation to project management ARTTIC has provided daily support to the Actuation 2015 FP7 project, gathering 54 partners. Actuation 2015 has received an Airbus “Award for Excellence” 2016.
The NEURINOX Graphic Novel “Out of the blue” is now online at http://www.neurinox.eu/
The WRIST project has released its second newsletter.
SECURE, a research project in cardiovascular disease prevention funded by the EU H2020 programme, was awarded the Prize for Best European Cooperation Project from Fundación para el conocimiento Madrid.
Paris, France / Munich, Germany – July 1, 2016
In pursuit of continuing high quality service delivery, ARTTIC has completed its take-over of GABO:mi.
From 26 April to 6 May 2016, the DIADEMS consortium organised a summer school in Cargèse, Corsica, dedicated to the emerging field of quantum sensing technologies. The event, which was hosted by the IESC (Institut d’Études Scientifiques de Cargèse), attracted a total of 60 students from all over the world.
The LOCOMACHS project successfully held the Advanced Aerostructure Technology Forum 2016 on the 16th June 2016.
The FP7 project ACTUATION2015 successfully organised the A2015 European Public events (Public Forum and Exploitation workshop) on 15th and 16th March 2016 in Toulouse.
The H2020 project EPICEA (Electromagnetic Platform for lightweight Integration/Installation of electrical systems in Composite Electrical Aircraft) held its kick off meeting on 1-3 February 2016 in Montreal, Canada.
The FP7 project ENOVAL (ENgine mOdule VALidators) has created Learning Modules. Ten modules about different topics are now available for download on the ENOVAL website. These modules have been thought as ready-to-teach material with the purpose of facilitating dissemination of technologies investigated within ENOVAL. They were realized jointly by industry and academic partners. The contributors made sure to provide enough background information as well as a list of recommended complementary readings.
The WRIST project, a EU funded research and innovation project which is developing and will demonstrate flexible and cost effective joining processes for rail products, has released its first newsletter with an overview of the project and an invitation to join the exploitation board. The newsletter is available here (http://goo.gl/f6PHwQ) and it also includes instructions for subscribing to receive future updates.
The FP7 Project SAFUEL (The Safer Fuel System) succesfully organised its second public forum to share and discuss project results and achievements in the domain of innovative solutions for aircraft fuel systems.
Coordinated by Bob van de Water, Professor of Toxicology at Leiden University (The Netherlands), EU-ToxRisk brings together an international consortium of 39 partner organisations composed of academia, SMEs, large industry, contract research organisations (CROs) and regulatory bodies. EU-ToxRisk (www.eu-toxrisk.eu) builds on testing strategies and knowledge developed in previous national and European projects, including the SEURAT-1 programme, a cluster of seven projects in the field of animal-free safety assessment: 2010-2015 (www.seurat-1.eu/). For more information, see the official Press release.
The FP7 STORM project will organise its first public workshop to present and discuss challenges and innovative solutions in simulation and technologies for icing conditions.
SECURE, a research project funded by the EU H2020 programme, now has a dedicated website: http://www.secure-h2020.eu.
A new European Union research and innovation project, TARGET (Training Augmented Reality Generalised Environment Toolkit) was successfully launched in May 2015.
ACTUATION 2015 has the objective to standardize a set of modules for Electro-Mechanical Actuators in Aircraft. The standardization process is now on its way through the creation of a CEN Workshop that held its kick-off meeting on January 28, 2015 in Brussels at the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) premises. An initial Business Plan on “Modules for Electro-Mechanical Actuators in Aircraft has been issued as a starting point.
LASHARE is a EU co-funded research project with the goal of sharing laser expertise.
The European Union’s new demonstration project, DRIVER (Driving Innovation in Crisis Management for European Resilience) was successfully launched in May 2014. This project, gathering the expertise of 37 organisations, will jointly develop solutions for improved crisis management. A distributed pan-European test-bed will be built for experimentation and testing and the most useful new tools will be collected in a comprehensive Crisis Management portfolio at the end of the project. Building upon the findings of previous research projects, DRIVER’s ultimate goal is to enhance European resilience in the face of crisis situations and ascertain sustainable innovation in Crisis Management also after the end of the project. ARTTIC is leading the Sub-project on Impact and Sustainability.
The SAFEWATER project - Innovative tools for the detection and mitigation of CBRN related contamination events of drinking water, has been selected by the European Commission to further research into solutions for preventing and managing CBRN threats to drinking water.
From Maria Weiland, Director Business Development R&D at Saab Aeronautics, “ARTTIC is a core partner for the LOCOMACHS project coordinated by Saab Aeronautics. Thanks to the quality of ARTTIC services, methods and tools as well as the commitment of its skilled team, a strong cooperation has been established within the project. Since the development of the project proposal, ARTTIC accurate advice and support in the set-up of the project and the partnership have been valuable elements very well recognised and appreciated. This is ensuring a successful and smooth progression towards objectives with our 31 partners from 10 countries focused on the scientific and technical aspects of the work”
European collaboration SOLAR-JET for the first time demonstrates the entire production path of “solar” kerosene obtained directly from sunlight, water and carbon dioxide (CO2).
New technologies for next generation aero engines focus on lower CO2 and noise emissions
The FP7 project NextFactory started on 1st September 2013. The project is coordinated by Fraunhofer IPA with strong support by ARTTIC.
The FP7 SECURITY project SAFEWATER started on 1st October 2013. SAFEWATER is coordinated by ARTTIC, in cooperation with White Water Technologies.
SEURAT-1 published the 3rd Volume of its Annual Reports which was presented during its stakeholder event on 5 September 2013 in Brussels.
On 5 September 2013 in a dedicated workshop in Brussels organised by the project COACH (a FP7 coordination and support action coordinated by ARTTIC), SEURAT-1 presented to stakeholders its latest scientific achievements.
The HYCARUS project, HYdrogen Cells for AiRborne USage, partly financed by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking initiative, has officially started on 1st May, 2013.
In respect with the deadline set by the Council and the Parliament in 2003, the European Commission (EC) adopted the marketing ban on animal testing for cosmetics, entering into force on 11 March, 2013. The ban prohibits "to market in the Union cosmetic products containing ingredients which have been tested on animals".
On 20 and 21 March 2013 the Committee in Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs organized a Hearing with the title “Schengen / Border Management, state of play and further developments.” The FP7 Security project 284862 FIDELITY was invited...
The QI2S (Quick Image Interpretation System) project is funded within the SPACE area of FP7, SPA.2012.2.2-01: Key technologies enabling observations in and from space.
More than 60 specialists representing five EU-funded projects of the aeronautic field have recently met during the KIAI & TECC-AE Public Workshop at the University of Florence.
Launched in January 2012, the SCINTILLA project gathers 9 partners and aims at building an innovative and comprehensive toolbox of devices and best-of-breed technologies for the enhanced detection and identification of difficult to detect radioactive sources and nuclear material.
The NEURINOX project aims at elucidating the role of NADPH oxidases (NOX) in neuro-inflammation and its progression to neurodegenerative diseases (ND), as well as evaluating the potential of novel ND therapeutics.
The German Government recently awarded 74.4 M€ to establish the German Centre for Infection Research (DZIF). ARTTIC contributed extensively to the proposal development.
From May 2nd until May 4th 2012, ARTTIC staff from Paris, Toulouse, Tel Aviv, Berlin, Munich, Derby and Brussels gathered in Sitges, Spain in order to celebrate 25 years of long-standing successful experience in research and technological development.