Meet the 17 research teams that will join the S3E Start program.
The program will start on March 21 and will have 17 research teams participating. Meet all of them here:
BioMEMs - BioMicroElectroMechanical Systems for hard tissue engineering
Research team: Maxim Ivanov, Júlio Rocha, Noelle Zanini
Institution: Aveiro University
The research team is improving existing metal implants by depositing a bioactive coating to establish a strong connection between bone tissue and the surface of metallic implants.
Breast 4.0 - AR-enabled breast cancer localization:
Research team:Tiago Marques, João Santinha, Pedro Gouveia
Institution: Champalimaud Clinical Center
The research team is developing a novel medical device that can visualize malignant tissue in real-time inside the patient’s breast and within the operating room.
Brine Utilisation for CO2 to be ‘Koncretely’ Sequestered, Solidified and Stored - BUCKS$$$:
Research team: Kun V Tan, Isabella Romeo, Eleni Papaionannou, Gregory Chasse
Institution: Sapienza University of Rome, Centre for Research and Technology-Hellas (CERTH) and Queen Mary University of London
Countries: Italy and Greece
The research team is developing a process that efficiently produces carbonates (magnesium, calcium, sodium) which are high-value products for use in infrastructure, industry and agriculture.
Research team: Jurij Gostisa, Tadej Stepisnik, Mojca Zupanc, Matevz Dular
Institution: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Ljubljana and National Technical University of Athens
Countries: Greece and Slovenia
The research team is developing a reactor that will revolutionize liquid processing and is currently testing it for improving processes in wastewater treatment plants.
HTS-INKS: Colloidal inks for Superconductors:
Research team: Mar Tristany, Teresa Puig, Susagna Ricart, Cornelia Pop, Roxana Vlad
Institution: Institute of Materials Science of Barcelona (ICMAB-CSIC)
The research team is developing new colloidal inks that unlock additional potential for low cost superconductors, manufactured at a scale that will allow a rapid increase in high temperature superconductors (HTS) adoption.
COPPER (II) NITROPRUSSIDE (Cu(II)NP) FOR USE IN THE TREATMENT OF TUMORS:
Research team: Kanwal Asif, Muhammad Adeel, Flavio Rizzolio, Isabella Caligiuri, Kranjc Brezar
Institution: Ca' Foscari University of Venice and Centro di Riferimento Oncologico di Aviano
The research team is developing a technology that will allow the use of copper (II) nitroprusside (Cu(II)NP) for tumor treatment.
Device for vacuum sublimation (DVS):
Research team: Núria Aliaga-Alcalde, Arántzazu González-Campo, Daniel Herrera-Miranda, Rossella Zaffino
The research team has developed a novel sublimation system - DVS - that allows an easy-to- use deposition of molecules on any type of surface.
GENOME EDITING OF THE KOZAK SEQUENCE FOR TREATING DISEASES:
Research team:Alberto Raoss, Alessandro Quattrone, Davide Ederie, Merve Yavuz Düzgün, Fatma Tuba Göze
Institution: University of Trento and Fondazione Hub Innovazione Trentino (HIT)
Countries: Italy and Turkey
The research team have developed and patented a genome editing approach capable of precisely increasing or decreasing the expression of specific genes related to Haploinsufficiency disease.
In vitro system for metastatic breast cancer diagnostic:
Research team: Clotilde Costa, Gloria García
Institution: Health Research Institute of Santiago de Compostela
Life on healthy land- Circular economy for microbial inoculants to improve soil quality (CE4Land):
Research team: Ivana Pajčin, Jovana Grahovac, Vanja Vlajkov
Institution: Faculty of Technology Novi Sad, University of Novi Sad
The research team is developing a technology for producing a microbial inoculant under the name CEL to improve soil quality.
MET Lab - Protein Portflolio for Sustainable Chemicals:
Research team: Diogo Silva, André Taborda, Carolina Ferro Rodrigues
Institution: ITQB NOVA - Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica António Xavier
The research team is developing a technology that can produce added-value compounds, such as vanillin fragrance, from plant biomass, which is considered waste material.
Nano-ink: Exploring Nanofluids for High Throughput Thin Film Production:
Research team: Elif Begum Elcioglu, Erdem Ozyurt, Nur Cobanoglu, Omur Saygil - Turkey
Institution: Eskisehir Technical University, Izmir Katip Celebi University, Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences and Eskisehir Osmangazi University, Faculty of Medicine
The research team is developing a technology that explores nanofluids as high-value inputs for a drop-on-demand inkjet printing process.
Research team: Nur Melis Kiliç, Dilek Odaci
Institution: Ege Universisty
The research team is developing a technology capable of producing nanofertilizers using nanofibers. Nanofertilizers are materials that contain both macro and micronutrients that are given to agricultural crops in a controlled manner.
RL-based solution for management of RAN slicing in 5G networks:
Research team: Juan Carlón, Oriol Sallent, Jordi Pérez Romero, Irene Vilà Muñoz
Institution: Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
The research team is developing a project that aims at providing a Reinforcement. Learning-based solution for the management of Radio Access Network slicing tools for communication service providers.
Research team: Mario Garcés, Lucila Finkel, Victor Simic, Elisa Giménez, Beatriz Cosculluela
Institutions: The Mindkind SL and Complutense University of Madrid
"The research team is developing a software component that will provide machines with human-like abilities to learn, reason, make decisions, and behave.
Research team: Semra Unal Yildirim, Rümeysa Saglam, Berna Alemdag, Ulkugul Guven, Dervis Agca
Institution: Sumatrix Biotech
The research team is accelerating bacteria’s life cycle to increase the efficiency of its metabolic output, which is biocellulose. This will enable them to produce material that can be used as a leather alternative.
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