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Title: Success stories from the 5th and 6th Framework Programmes


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Success stories from the 5th and 6th Framework
Programmes Chief Scientist Rune Bredesen,
SINTEF
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Outline........ Short presentation of
SINTEF The Functional Ceramics
Group Scientific and technological
platform EU activities Examples from our
research and development Strong points
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- The 4th largest contract research institute in
Europe - SINTEF is a private , non-profit,
research foundation, performing contract work for
industry and public agencies 1700 employees
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SINTEF-Group turnover in 2001
Turnover NOK 1.7 billion
Basic grants from The Research Council of
Norway 3
Strategic programs from The Research Council of
Norway 4
  • Contracts 93
  • - Industrial and commercial enterprises 47
  • - Public sector 12
  • - International contracts 14
  • - The Research Council of Norway (project
    grants) 11
  • - Other sources 10

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SINTEFs council SINTEFs board
SINTEF Organisation
Materials and chemistry
President/ Vice-president
SINTEF Energy Research
SINTEF Applied Mathematics
SINTEF Materials Technology
Sinvent AS
Oil and gas
SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture
SINTEF Civil and Environmental Engineering
SINTEF Industrial Management
SINTEF Electronics and Cybernetics
SINTEF Petroleum Research
SINTEF Telecom and Informatics
Marine
MARINTEK The Norwegian Marine Technology
Research Institute
SINTEF Applied Chemistry
SINTEF Unimed
ICT
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Our partners
  • The Norwegian University of Science and
    Technology, NTNU 20 000 full-time students
    ca 1 600 scientific employees
  • University of Oslo, UiO, Faculty of mathematics
    and natural sciences 5 240 full-time students
    ca 645 scientific man-years
  • NTNU and The SINTEF Group Collaboration in R D

SINTEF employees teach at NTNU
NTNU-personnel working on SINTEF projects
Joint use of laboratories and instruments
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Functional Ceramics Group (8)
Generic competence Synthesis, shaping and
testing of inorganic materials
thermodynamics, transport properties Main areas
of application Membrane technology, CO2-free
power production, coating technology, ICT
and sensors
8
Functional materials
Have specific chemical and physical properties
that can be utilised
Givesmart response on an external force or
environment
  • Specific
  • electrical
  • magnetic
  • optical
  • catalytic
  • mechanical
  • selective
  • etc
  • properties

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Sol-Gel Process a flexible method for
preparation of (nano)materials
10
Membrane technology highly flexible technology
11
Current thematic fields in the Functional
Ceramics Group
Coating,
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EU projects in the Functional Ceramics Group
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Membrane technology NoE
Separation of liquids
New hybrid membranes
Nanocapsule and microemulsion production
Materials in CO2 capture technology
Piezoelectric thin films and µ-techn.
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High temperature membrane integration in power
production
Precombustion decarbonisation in gas turbine
cycle with O2 and H2 membranes
EU 4. FP BRITE - H2 membrane reactor 5. FP
GROWTH - CERHYSEP 5. FP EEDS - GRACE
EU 6. FP - ENCAP
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Catalytic membrane contactor for Wet Air
Oxidation (WAO)

Ex Oxidation of toxic compounds
EU 5. FP Project in GROWTH
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Catalytic membrane layer
Pt nano-particles (5-10 nm) finely dispersed in
the outer half the membrane top layer H2PtCl6
precursor
TEM micrographs of cross sections of the
mesoporous TiO2 top layer of the contactor tubes
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Hybrid coating development for industry since
1998
Nanoparticles improve the properties of the
polymer e.g. wear resistant
COMPOSE starting 2004 - EU 6. FP Project in
NMP which will develop new hybrid membranes
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Activities at SINTEF
  • Running projects
  • PIRAMID, EU 5FP project
  • POLECER, EU 5FP network
  • Thin film demonstrators, SEP Matek-ECY
  • Starting projects
  • MEMS-Pie, EU 6FP CRAFT
  • Materials technology for NMC-MRL, NANOMAT
  • Optical thin films, NANOMAT

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Piezoelectric demonstrators at SINTEF
MLCC - multilayer ceramic components
EU Growth project PIRAMID High sensitivity novel
piezoceramics for advanced applications -
textured, thick films and multilayer structures
Relaxor-type piezoelectric ceramics, PMN-PT
Pb(Mg,Nb)O3-PbTiO3 solid solution
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NMC- Oslo - Microsystems Research Laboratory
(MRL)
  • SINTEF
  • Production line with annual capacity of 10000
    wafers
  • Clean room area 800 m2
  • Microenvironments with class 10
  • Ballroom class 1000
  • Separate rooms for silicon etching
  • University of Oslo
  • Clean room area 600 m2

Cybernetics
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MEMS-Pie Integration of piezoelectric thin films
in micro-electromechanical systems
  • EU 6FP CRAFT project
  • Objective
  • Develop reliable technology and validated
    procedures for integration of piezoelectric thin
    films into MEMS on an industrial scale

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Strong points Organisation that focus on
technology and industrial development -
Supportive infrastructure - Researchers working
in team - Willingness and resources to take on
responsibility Large international contact net
(well known in the field) Ability to direct
research to areas having industrial and public
interest Scientific skills and ability to
communicate with public bodies and industry
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