Polo Tecnológico de Eibar
Calle Iñaki Goenaga, 5
20600 Eibar, Gipuzkoa
Contact person: firstname.lastname@example.org
IK4-TEKNIKER is a technological centre legally constituted as a private not-for-profit Foundation that aims at the development and transfer of technology to improve the competitiveness of industry. In line with its missions and origins, IK4-TEKNIKER not only provides companies with technological support, but is also involved in generating new business initiatives, which are usually technological and, often, “spin offs” of the centre itself.
URTEK WATER TECHNOLOGIES S.L.
POL. IND. OTSANGO, 43
(NAVARRA – SPAIN)
Contact person: Iban Isasi
URTEK WATER TECHNOLOGIES S.L. is an engineering company dedicated to the design, execution, assembly and start-up of water treatment facilities. We also do water chemical conditioning and supply chemical products if needed.
URTEK WATER TECHNOLOGIES S.L. is our brand new project where our enthusiasm and efforts are invested. The working team have a wide experience on the water field. In fact between 15 and 25 years designing, assembling and doing facilities preventive maintenance.
Medical University Vienna Institute for Hygiene and Applied Immunology Unit Water Hygiene
Contact person: Ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Regina Sommer
Our mission statement is a comprehensive understanding of the prevention of infections starting with assessment and the analysis of water quality, the testing of disinfectants and sterilizersand the diagnosis of pathogens to the understanding of the molecular mechanisms of the human immune system. By combing the interdisciplinary expertise of the Units we are aiming to develop novel hygienic measures for infection control and to identify novel immunomodulatory substances s for innovative therapeutic strategies.
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, laboratory for Analytical, Environmental and Geo-Chemistry (VUB-AMGC)
Contact person: Marc Elskens email@example.com
AMGC masters research lines (i) in Environmental Chemistry through the study of the behaviour of trace elements, radionuclides and organic micropollutants in aquatic ecosystems including the development of passive sampling device based on DGT and CALUX bioassays; (ii) in Chemical Cosmology to understand the young solar system, the planet formation, and the large-scale bio-geo-evolution of the Earth; and (iii) in Bioarchaeology, through the study of stable isotopes to document migrations, exchanges and dietary patterns of ancient human populations.
Toxicological Center, University of Antwerp (Universiteit Antwerpen) – UA
Campus Drie eiken, Universiteitsplein 1
Prof. Dr. Adrian Covaci (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Govindan Malarvannan (Govindan.email@example.com)
Dr. Yunsun Jeong (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The research activity of the Toxicological Center is situated in the broad field of environmental sciences, with emphasis on the influence and impact of contaminants on human and environmental health. The major interest relate to: (1) development of advanced analytical methods based on mass spectrometry, (2) characterization of human exposure to organic contaminants, (3) assessment of human toxicity by metabolomics, (4) assessment of health and lifestyle status of population via wastewater analysis, and (5) impact of legacy and emerging contaminants on aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
Lulea University of Technology (LTU)
Contact person: Ichiro Minami, email@example.com
LTU is a Swedish educational institution with experience in European and National R&D&I projects of high TRL, together with almost all the major Swedish process industries. We currently have 1,600 employees and 15,000 students. Our main campus in Luleå and branch campuses in Kiruna, Piteå, and Skellefteå are located in North Sweden region. Our catchphrase is “Great ideas grow better below zero.”
AC2T research GmbH
2700 Wiener Neustadt
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AC2T is one of the largest private research service providers in tribology in the world, employing more than 100 scientists and having customers and scientific partners all over Europe. AC2T will execute tasks within triboREMEDY project associated with multi-scale modelling and simulation of triboreactor design, characterization of fluids and surfaces (WP1). Simultaneously is a leader of WP5 with focus on elucidation of tribolytic degradation mechanisms and compilation of generated collective data and knowledge.
AC2T is one of the largest private research service providers in tribology in the world, employing more than 100 scientists and having customers and scientific partners all over Europe