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1 Lietuvos energetikos institutas COST veikla Nr. MP0701 Naujų funkcinių ir struktūrinių savybių kompozitai iš nanostruktūros medžiagų / Composites with novel fuctional and structural properties by nanoscale materials (nano composite materials NCM) Atstovas COST Veiklos valdymo komitete Dr. Irena Lukošiūtė 2012 m. COST veiklos baigiamoji ataskaita

2 Atstovavimas COST MP0701 veiklai COST MP0701 Veikloje dalyvauja 55 mokslo ir pramonės institucijos iš 31 COST valstybės narės bei 2 bendradarbiaujančių valstybių institucijos. Darbai atliekami keturiose darbo grupėse. Veikla padės sujungti Europos mokslinį potencialą ir mažas bei vidutines įmones naujų polimerinių nanokompozitų sintezei ir jų pritaikymui pramoninei gamybai bei praktiniam panaudojimui. Lietuvos energetikos instituto Medžiagų tyrimų ir bandymų laboratorijos mokslininkai į COST MP0701 veiklą Naujų funkcinių ir struktūrinių savybių kompozitai iš nanostruktūros medžiagų / Composites with novel fuctional and structural properties by nanoscale materials (nano composite materials NCM) įsijungė (Memorandumo data) ir dalyvauja pirmosios darbo grupės WG1 veikloje Nanodalelės/skiriamasis paviršius (matricos ir nanodalelių parinkimas, paviršiaus funkcionalumo keitimas/cheminis nanodalelių apdorojimas). Darbai vykdomi bendradarbiaujant su Veiklos partneriais Lietuvoje, t.y. Kauno technologijos universiteto Cheminės technologijos fakulteto Silikatų technologijos katedros mokslininkais metų gegužės dienomis kartu su kolegomis iš KTU Cheminės technologijos fakulteto dalyvavau COST veiklos Naujų funkcinių ir struktūrinių savybių kompozitai iš nanostruktūros medžiagų / Composites with novel fuctional and structural properties by nanoscale materials (nano composite materials NCM) baigiamojoje mokslinėje konferencijoje ir valdymo komiteto posėdyje. Konferencija ir posėdis vyko Suomijoje, Espoo (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland). Veiklos koordinatorius dr. Erich Kny pradėjo konferenciją, kurioje COST veikloje MP0701 dalyvaujantys mokslininkai iš įvairių šalių perskaitė 13 plenarinių pranešimų. Jaunieji mokslininkai ir doktorantai, kurių trumpalaikes mokslines stažuotes (STSM) finansavo COST komitetas, trumpai supažindino su stažuotės metu atliktais moksliniais tyrimais ir stendinių pranešimų sesijoje pristatė pagrindinius rezultatus. KTU Cheminės technologijos fakulteto doktorantas A. Eisinas stažuotės ir tyrimų rezultatus pateikė pranešime Surface microstructure and specific surface area of a new filler for epoxy polymer-layered silicate nanocomposite (autoriai A. Eisinas, K. Baltakys, A. Baltušnikas, I. Lukošiūtė). Antrąją renginio dieną įvyko baigiamasis valdymo komiteto posėdis ir apskritojo stalo diskusija, kurioje visų šalių atstovai COST MP0701 veiklos valdymo komitete pristatė pasiektus rezultatus ir įvertino Veiklos naudą šalies mokslininkams. Dalyvavimas COST MP0701 veikloje Lietuvos energetikos instituto mokslininkams padėjo įsijungti į 7BP projektą Nanotechnologijomis sustiprinta aplinkai palanki ekstrūdinė sluoksniuota

3 armuota plaušu putų cemento statybinė medžiaga/ Nanotechnology enhanced extruded fibre reinforced foam cement based environmentally friendly sandwich material for building applications FIBCEM ( ). Veiklos koordinatorius dr. Erich Kny baigė susitikimą padėkodamas valdymo komiteto nariams už atliktą darbą bei COST administracijos suteiktą pagalbą vykdant COST veiklos darbus. Pridedama: 1. Konferencijos ir posėdžio dienotvarkė. 2. Veiklos koordinatorius dr. Erich Kny Veiklos apibendrinimas. Atstovė COST veiklos valdymo komitete parašas Irena Lukošiūtė vardas, pavardė

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8 2 priedas European Cooperation in the field of Scientific and Technical Research Summary of Achievements of COST Action MP MP0701 Action Parties AT, BE, BG,HR, CY, CZ, DK, MK, FI, FR, DE, GR, HU, IE, IL, IT, LV, LT, NL, NO, PL, PT, RS, RO, SK, SI, ES, SE, CH, TR, UK, NZ, AUS, KR, SA Grant Holder: COST office YR 1 YR 2 YR 3 YR 4 2 2

9 MP0701 Action participants Total of individual participants ESRs YR 1 YR 2 YR 3 YR 4 Female Non-COST Countries 3 3 Use of COST instruments YR 1 YR 2 YR 3 YR 4 No. of MC / WG meetings No. of STSMs No. of workshops / conferences No. of joint publications No. of training schools GASG (activities) Website, poster Website, poster Website, poster Website, poster 4 4

10 Working groups of MP0701 WG1) Nanoparticles / Interfaces Chairperson: Sebastien Vaucher, CH Vice chairperson: Monika Pilz, NOR WG2) Structure / Property Relationships Chairperson: Christopher Plummer, CH WG3) Modelling / Simulation Chairperson: Alexandru Morega, RO WG4) Processing / Characterisation Chairperson: Celeste Margarida Correia Pereira, PT Vice chairperson: Oskar Salas, ES 5 5 Working Programm MP0701 YR1 (March 7th 2009-May 31st 2009) Kick off meeting, March 7 th 2008, Brussels, BE WG group organisation meeting, May 28 th 2008, Bologna, IT 1 st PNC Conference, Sept 15 th - 19th 2008, Warsaw, PL Flame retardent PNC, November 4th 2008, Porto, PT PNC for building materials, March 4th 2009, Valencia (ES) COST training school, Interaction of 5 COST actions (MP0701, MPNS539 / CMST D41, D32, D43) Mai 2009, Thun, CH PNC workshop March 31st 2009, Riga (LV) 6 6

11 Working Programm MP0701 YR2 (June1st 2009-May 31st 2010) PNC workshop at Nanomaterials Int. Conference, June 15th, 2009 Porto (PT) 2 nd PNC Conference and COST day of the actions 868 and MP 0701, Biotechnical functionalisation of renewable polymeric materials, Sept 23th- 25th 2009, Ghent (BE) Nanotoxicity workshop, October 1st 2009, Zamudio-Vizcaya- Bilbao (ES) Plasma and PNC materials, October 8th-9th, 2009 Antalya (TR) WG strategic meeting, April 15th and 16th, 2010 Naples (IT) 7 7 Working Programm MP0701 YR3 (June1st 2010-May 31st 2011) Industrial applications of polymer Nanocomposites- workshop dedicated for industrial participants, June 1st in Wiener Neustadt, AT Nanoparticles Surface (Modified/Unmodified) as a base for the interaction with polymer matrix, 23rd and 24th September 2010 in Novi Sad, Serbia 3 rd PNC Conference and Cost day on Food Packaging in cooperation with action FA0904 and MP0804, Oct. 5th and 6th in Graz, AT 'Environmental impact of polymer nanocomposites - from preparation to recycling, Dec. 1 st -3 rd, Krakow, Poland 8 Training school Synthesis of hybrid organic-inorganic nanoparticles for innovative nanostructure composites, February 28th- March 2nd 2011,Naples, IT: 8

12 Working Program MP0701 YR4 (June1st 2011-March 5th 2012) 4 th PNC Conference, MC meeting and Training school; Multiphase Polymers and Polymer Composites: From Nano- to Macro Composites, June 6 th -7 th 2011 Paris, France Radiation Curing (UV) of polymer Nanocomposite, July 20 th 2011, Vienna, AT Polymer Nanocomposite with endless electro spun nanofibres, February 20 th - 21 st,2012, Antalya, TR Final EVENT MP0701,May 14 th - May 16 th 2012 Espoo, FI 9 9 Objectives: status versus plan(1/2) Scientific objective Status Total plan Joint projects initiated by COST 18 9 STSM Industry participation (number) Joint publications (number) Experimental achievements (number)

13 Objectives: status versus plan (2/2) Other objectives Status Total plan COST countries 35 (including COST reciprocal countries) 18 Networking partners (cumulative) (yearly average) MC meetings 7 8 Standardisation meetings (2) 2 Summerschools 3 3 PNC Conferences List of National Projects initiated within the COST Action(1/2) Title/Topic Funding Budget Completion General Research Grant 5 Projects Nanobiotech CZ National 0,06 Mio Euro 2011 CZ National 0,1 Mio Euro 2012 Food packaging TR national 0,02 Mio Euro 2012 Nanocomposites LV national 0,02 Mio Euro 2011 Antiicing Coating AT National 0,63 Mio Euro 2011 Total: 9 Projects 0,83 Mio Euro 12 12

14 List of international Projects initiated within the COST Action(2/2) Title/Topic Funding Budget Completion 3DLight Trans 2BFuntex FP7 NMP Large scale NMP Coordination Action 7.81 Mio Euro Mio Euro 2014 ORGANOCS Clean Sky 0,06 Mio Euro 2011 THERMOCS Clean Sky 0,10 Mio Euro 2009 Fibre reinforced cement FP7 networking 3,78 Mio Euro 2014 EUCARBON FP7- Space 3,2 Mio Euro 2014 Nanocomposites ESF 1,0 Mio Euro 2012 Nanocomposites ERDF 0,16 Mio Euro 2013 Total: 9 Projects 19,31 Mio Euro Tangible and significant lasting impact of MP0701 A.) Raising the awareness (of especially ESR and students) of possible toxic and environmental effects of nanoparticle Special standardisation workshop dedicated to toxicity and NP handling( Bilbao) Three training schools with highlighting this aspect (Thun, Naples, Paris) Workshop for environmental impact of nanoparticles ( Krakow) B.) Initiate focussed activities towards industrial applications General industrial workshop (Wiener Neustadt) Focussed application workshops (Fire-Porto, Building- Valencia, Food- Graz) C.) Increase the scientific understanding of surface and interface phenomena Dedicated workshop on interface and surface functionalisation (Novi Sad) 14 14

15 Significant highlights (1/3) Start of FP7 large scale project 3D Light Trans in April 2011: Large scale manufacturing technology for highperformance lightweight 3D multifunctional composites 18 partners, majority is industry(6) and SME(5), large scale project, industrial orientation, focus on automotive end-users, 7.8mio budget Modified air texturing machine at TU-D Fadenabzugszone zone Überlieferungs- Matrixfilamente Verstärkungsfilamente Comminglingzone Aufspulzone Commingling-Hybridgarn 16

16 Woven spacer fabric (3D shaped) with hollow spaces manufactured in a single weaving step (interlock top, fabric below) 17 Final step in 3D Light-Trans: Thermo pressing Final consolidation by thermo pressing Challenge: polymer matrix has to be strongly &rapidly (90 sec) attached to the silicate fibres without forming voids Proper functionalisation is of greatest importance: main scientific topic of COST MP0701! 18 18

17 What is the impact/ relation of COST MP0701 on the 3D Light Trans? Several scientific partner got to know each other first by COST Main scientific challenge: surface functionalisation of glass fibres to make it compatible with polymer matrix, further improvement by matrix polymer by NP addition Significant highlights (2/3) COST TRAINING SCHOOL in Naples, Italy, March 2011 Synthesis of Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Nanoparticles for Innovative Nanostructured Composites (93 young scientists, 54% female) number of students number of students France Poland Belgium Germany Hungary Israel Italy Netherlands Romania Serbia Slovak Republic Slovenia South Africa Spain Turkey Latvia Greece Portugal United Kingdom 20 20

18 QUESTIONNAIRE results (1 bad, 5 very good) How do you rate the school design and program? 4.41 How satisfied are you with respect of your needs? 3.93 How do you rate the duration and rhythm of the school? 4.19 How do you rate the organization including poster sessions and the round table? 3.44 How much useful do you consider the book of abstract? 4.26 How much useful do you consider the collection of the lecturers slides? Significant highlights (3/3) 2 COST Follow up projects generated: FA0904 Eco-sustainable food packaging based on polymer nanomaterials MP1105 Sustainable flame retardancy for textiles and related materials based on nanoparticles substituting conventional chemicals (FLARETEX) 1 COST Action application pending: MP xxx Electrospun Nanofibres materials and composites 22 22

19 COST and scientific achievements COST is funding only networking activities COST is by definition not funding any research work COST participants have numerous ongoing and newly started research projects funded by national and EC sources resulting in publications and experimental achievements However there are links and influences (strongweak, direct indirect) from COST networking to such research projects, publications, experimental achievements How can we assess, prove, report such interaction? Selected examples of personal impact BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF OTHER COUNTRIES AND CULTURES. ESTABLISHING OF PERSONAL RELATIONS TO OTHER PROFESSIONALS. HAD A CHANCE TO MEET WITH MANY PROFESSIONALS IN THE FIELD OF NANOTECHNOLOGY. COST ACTION HAS INFLUENCED CAREER POSITIVELY. NANOTOXICITY AWARENESS WAS RAISED. HAVE MET INSPIRING PERSONS. INTERACTION WITH YOUNG RESEARCHERS. GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO MEET OTHER EUROPEAN YOUNG AND SENIOR RESEARCHERS AND INSTITUTIONS. LEARNED MUCH MORE ABOUT TESTING OF MICROMECHANICAL AND TRIBOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF PNC. HAVE MET MANY PLEASANT PEOPLE AND HAVE GOT A FEW FRIENDS

20 Selected examples of professional impact Cost action helped to get in to other areas for research. Establishing long-term scientific collaboration with the COST partners. Dissemination of magnetic technology among COST partners. Information gained from other areas and other researchers. Challenge to organize a workshop was very positive, gave great encouragement. Interest raised for other areas, became aware of other COST activities. Opportunity for Fresh air-fresh ideas from outside the office. The already active cooperation with the host institute was strengthened Selected examples of R&TD impact COST is valuable to generate FP7 projects. Identifying New consortium partners. FP7 project was approved. Now involved in two other COST actions, national (transnational) projects resulted. Helped to establish collaborative ties with partner Universities for future Joint Projects. Start of a PhD thesis on the field of numerical and experimental investigation. Project for Intensification of bilateral cooperation between Italy and Germany approved. FP7 Networking action: Nanotechnology Enhanced Extruded Fibre Reinforced Foam Cement was started

21 COST Action Financial Overview total budget 438 keuro 27 Thank you for your attention! 28