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  • ANTARES
    further information Contact Microsystems Fernando Martínez Head of Microsystems and Microsystems Team Leader Other projects ACTIMAT MECOFF AEROLICA More of this line of project ANTARES Share Promoting knowledge in the smart mechatronic systems field Participants Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Università degli studi di Udine University of Southampton Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universitat Hannover Fraunhofer Nederlandse Organisatie Voor Toegepast Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek LMS International NV IK4 IKERLAN Duration 2014 2017 Contract number FP7 PEOPLE 606817 PROGRAMME European programmes Marie Curie The ANTARES project aims to generate knowledge and set up a structured training platform in the area of smart reliable energy efficient mechatronics systems We promote the knowledge exchange encouraging exchanges and training initiatives Through this initiative we offer young researchers the opportunity to obtain a PhD in this field of knowledge In that way we provide the training of a new generation of researchers specialising in this field so that they can subsequently deploy their knowledge throughout the EU and contribute to generating value for its economy Our contribution As part of the ANTARES project IK4 IKERLAN is piloting the project Damage Detection and Localization Methods for Structural Health Monitorin g The aim of this initiative is to develop a methodology for evaluating

    Original URL path: http://www.ikerlan.es/en/what-we-research/projects/antares (2016-02-15)
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  • ANGELAB
    management Other projects LABONFOIL X10D CANDO More of this line of project ANGELAB Share Lab on a chip technology to detect fetal genetic disorders in the maternal blood Participants IK4 IKERLAN coordinator HSG IMIT RTD ADEMTECH SME OSAKIDETZA Fundación Rioja Salud RTD WUT RTD CING RTD NIPD SME DNAdata SME Biopharma SME EV GroupLarge GAIKER IK4 BIODONOSTIA CAN SME POC microSOLUTIONS SME Duration 2012 2016 Contract number FP7 ICT 317635 PROGRAMME European programmes FP7 ICT The project AngeLab abbreviation of A New GEnetic LABoratory for non invasive prenatal diagnosis involves developing a family of devices based on lab on a chip technology able to detect foetus disorders by testing the mother s blood The devices will separate and analyse foetal DNA in the maternal blood to determine whether the baby is suffering from any genetic disorders such as Down s syndrome cystic fibrosis or spinal muscular atrophy Our contribution IK4 IKERLAN was involved in creating the original AngeLab idea and also manages and pilots the project consortium Our technical contribution consists of developing miniaturised labs on a chip and integrating all the systems in a single device Find all the information on this project here www angelab systems eu IK4

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  • LABONFOIL
    projects ANGELAB X10D CANDO More of this line of project LABONFOIL Share Remotely connectable rapid diagnosis devices Participants IK4 IKERLAN Coordinator Gaiker IK4 BIOEF Hospital de Cruces University of Southampton Natural Environment Research Council Fraunhofer Institute Micro Resist Technology GmbH DTU Vet DTU Nanotech Biosensia EVGroup Wroclaw Technical University TATAA Biocenter AB Duration 2008 2013 Contract number FP7 ICT 224306 PROGRAMME European programmes FP7 ICT Four rapid diagnosis devices were developed within the framework of the LabOnFoil project a patch for detecting cocaine consumption in skin perspiration a chip for identifying pathogens in food a device for monitoring colon cancer in patients blood and a detector that uses seaweed analysis to detect environmental pollution After pooling the work carried out in different areas such as microtechnology molecular biology materials and electronics diagnosis systems were developed that are more compact economical and easy to use than those currently on the market and they can also be connected remotely LabOnFoil has been chosen as a success story by the European Union Our contribution In addition to being the project coordinator IK4 IKERLAN also developed the microfluidic card on which the applications were based Find all the information on this project here www

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  • REMPLANET
    of project REMPLANET Share Efficiency and flexibility in production of customised products Participants UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA DE VALENCIA COORDINATOR IK4 IKERLAN RWTH UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL SCUOLA UNIVERSITARIA PROFESSIONALE DELLA SVIZZERA ITALIANA BIMATEC SORALUCE Frästechnologie FESTO AG CO KG VL Idrodinamica Srl GHEPI Srl AEROGISTICS Ltd NEWTON INDUSTRIAL GROUP INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE INFORMÁTICA CENTRO DI RICERCA E INNOVAZIONE TECNOLOGICA Srl Duration 2009 2012 Contract number FP7 NMP 229333 PROGRAMME European programmes FP7 NMP We developed three main tools for this initiative a platform for integrating customers users in the innovation process of a network of industrial enterprises a strategic simulation optimization environment for aligning product process supply network configurations and operations to efficiently respond to personalised markets and a platform enabling flexible creation of real time supply networks on an operational level to cater to real orders for customised products As a result of this three stage research process we have achieved a major improvement in the capacity of capital goods sector companies to create new product ranges and a significant improvement as regards efficiency and flexibility in the service cost time of their customised product manufacturing network Our contribution In addition to being the promoter of this project IK4 IKERLAN was

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  • Batteries2020
    Intelligent maintenance systems Electrical storage and thermal management Like further information Contact Energy Storage and Management Igor Villarreal Head of Energy Storage and Management and Electrical Energy Storage team leader Other projects FC DISTRICT H2SusBuild REEMAIN More of this line of project Batteries2020 Share Improvement of lithium ion batteries and second life use as accumulators for renewable energies Participants IK4 IKERLAN Coordinator Umicore Leclanché Centro Ricerche FIAT Abengoa University of Aalborg IME ISEA University of Vrije Eurobat Duration 2013 2016 Contract number FP7 NMP 608936 PROGRAMME European programmes FP7 NMP The Batteries2020 project aims at enhancing the lifetime and energy density of large format lithium ion batteries ensuring their duration competitiveness safety good performance and reasonable cost To do this we will develop cost effective competitive materials and research into optimised control strategies to improve battery duration and enable sizing adjustments We will also research strategies for taking better advantage of battery capacity in a second life use as accumulators for renewable energies Our contribution In addition to piloting the project IK4 IKERLAN will validate the models developed using real application profiles Find all the information on this project here www batteries2020 eu IK4 Ikerlan Organisation and team Results Infrastructures

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  • FC-DISTRICT
    Powerpipe Systems D APPOLONIA EBZ RINICOM SOLINTEL ECOFAST IEn ECN IK4 IKERLAN OVM ICCPET SP VITO NTUA HMCS TU BAF CUT IST Duration 2010 2014 Contract number FP7 NMP 260105 PROGRAMME European programmes FP7 NMP This project will enable a reduction of up to 60 in primary energy consumption in buildings in energy autonomous districts through optimisation and implementation of innovative energy production and distribution concepts FC DISTRICT integrates solid oxide fuel cell micro generation systems with optimised heat distribution and storage systems and new energy service models More specifically the aim of this initiative is to develop a micro generator with 2 electric kW and 6 8 thermal kW based on a solid oxide fuel cell with an overall efficiency of 90 biogas production from food waste to develop innovative solutions for heat distribution and storage and lastly to develop software for management of energy demand and production within the district Our contribution We participate in several work packages for this project connected with development of a solid oxide micro generator and its integration and control in the heating district We also work on defining the electricity and heat demand in standard buildings and seasonal and zonal variations in

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  • RAMSES
    cell development Participants Baikowski Höganäs CNRS BX CEA Sintef IK4 IKERLAN National Research Council of Canada NRC SOFCPower Copreci NRC AEA Loccioni Group Duration 2011 2014 Contract number FP7 JTI 256768 PROGRAMME European programmes FP7 JTI The main aim of this project is to improve the efficiency performance and durability reliability of metal support fuel cells while maintaining competitive manufacturing costs This stable competitive solid oxide fuel cell will form the basis for production of mixed electricity and heat generators These cells are the basic component of the latest generation electricity and heat generators and their increased efficiency means improved safety reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and enhanced industrial competitiveness In this way the project will provide more attractive technology for the market launch of this type of generators for the 2015 2020 time frame Our contribution We are involved in the manufacture and checking of metal supported tubular cells for implementation of the proposed materials in the different cell layers anode diffusion barrier anode electrolyte cathode diffusion barrier cathode current collector etc We also contribute to optimising the electrochemical performance of tubular cells through different electrochemical tests such as I V curves electrochemical impedance spectrometry EIS thermal cycling redox

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  • IRISS
    AEROLICA More of this line of project IRISS Share Research and Innovation on Intelligent Technology Systems Participants VDI VDE IT ARTSCI CEA CSIC CRF CSEM ENAS Hitachi HSG IKERLAN PARAGON Siemens Sorin Starlab STM Thales Duration 2011 2013 Contract number FP7 ICT 287842 PROGRAMME European programmes FP7 ICT The aim of this project is to cover and extend the competitive advantages of the European industry in the intelligent systems area to make it the world leader in research and production in this field This coordination and support has focused on making different improvements to the European innovation system in the intelligent systems sector More specifically these have included formulating a coherent strategy to involve stakeholders opening up new markets and scopes of application enhancing the cooperation of intelligent systems in the value chain and tackling the fragmentation of the political panorama Our contribution IK4 IKERLAN pilots the work package on coordination and interaction of Spanish and European R D programmes in the field of intelligent systems integration ISI we make a significant contribution to the package concerning inter actor cooperation throughout the ISI value chain focusing on SMEs and we also play an active part in encouraging use of ISI

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