EULiST Research Fridays

WG research has successfully initiated a series of workshops, EULiST Research Fridays in fall 2021. These workshops aim at the preparation of new Horizon Europe funded joint projects on energy-related topics including research fields with specific interest for the EULIST partner universities.

The first EULiST Research Friday was conducted on Friday October 22nd 2021, hosted by NTUA, on the specific subjects of Bioenergy and Air quality, and comprised of two Topics:

  • Topic A focused on “efficient and low-emission technologies for industrial use of combustion and gasification systems from low-value biogenic residues and wastes
  • Topic B focused on “preventing smog episodes in Europe: Air quality impact of engine-emitted volatile, semi volatile and secondary particles​”.

The aim of the respective Research and Innovation actions through EU funding was to establish new knowledge and/or to explore the feasibility of a new or improved technology, product, process, service or solution.

The actions may include basic and applied research, technology development and integration, testing and validation on a small-scale prototype in a laboratory or simulated environment. The actions may also contain closely connected but limited demonstration or pilot activities aiming to show technical feasibility in a near to operational environment.

The workshop consisted of short presentations by each partner on the specific subject and discussions, while the summary of the outcomes and future steps were presented. 32 representatives (16 on Session A and 14 on Session B) from NTUA, STU, BUT, LUH, LUT, URJC and TUW, participated in the first EULiST Research Friday.

The intention of the Alliance is to hold a EULiST Research Friday on a monthly basis in the coming years.




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