Knowledge transfer workshop: Datemats partners dive into the 4 EM&Ts areas

It is understood that interdisciplinary collaboration and EM&Ts (Emerging Materials and Technologies) know-how in the design phase are essential elements in the way towards a circular economy. Several research projects have been initiated around these EM&Ts; however, we need to educate future professionals for this field, and to involve enterprises (corporations and SMEs) to develop ideas towards commercial products and new business opportunities. Datemats project deals with the wide

2019-12-17T14:04:01+00:00December 17th, 2019|Project News|

Consortium meeting in Copenhagen: second gathering hosted by partner KEA

Datemats consortium came together in Denmark for the second project meeting, hosted by partner KEA – Copenhagen School of Design and Technology. The encounter was scheduled on two days, October 9-10 2019 in Copenhagen. Splitting the meeting in two days offered the possibility to structure the gathering in a way to offer a general overview on the project and to go in depth on some specific issues, too. The

2019-12-17T15:33:07+00:00December 17th, 2019|Project News|

How does industry gain knowledge about emerging materials and technologies: make your voice count and participate to the survey

A short questionnaire has been set up by Datemats partners, addressed to manufacturers of any industry – being producers of materials, creators of innovative technologies or end-users – aimed to understand the main interests, gaps and needs of companies in terms of technology knowledge transfer related to emerging and innovative materials and technologies. This international survey provides fundamental information to outline the gap between Academia (research) and the

2019-06-13T07:46:05+00:00May 21st, 2019|Project News|

Kick-off meeting in Milan: who is who of Datemats consortium

On February 7th the 10 partners of Datemats consortium gathered for the first time to connect names to faces and start this collaborative adventure. The initiative involves academic staff from 4 universities with courses in design and engineering to share and transfer their expertise in four specific areas of Emerging Materials & Technologies – short EMTs – related to: Wearable Tech & Interactive Connected Smart EMTs, Advanced growing &

2019-06-13T07:44:54+00:00May 5th, 2019|Project News|
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