The Got Energy Talent, GET, European programme to incorporate experienced researchers who are working abroad in projects of energy issues in which universities, research centers and companies as Repsol, Cepsa, Iberdrola, Atos, Optiva Media, Orion High Technologies, Soticol Robotics Systems, Asti or Nielsen participate has assigned part of the projects of its second call.
The IMDEA Energy Institute is involved in 4 projects of the second call of the GET programme on the following topics:
- Sustainability and clean energies, project ‘Novel approaches for sustainability assessment of clean energy systems’ for which a researcher from the Isfahan University of Technology, Iran, will join the Systems Analysis Unit.
- CO2 valorization, project ‘Advanced organic-inorganic hybrid materials for CO2 capture and conversion’ for which a Spanish researcher from the University of Stockholm, Sweden, will join the Unit of Advanced Porous Materials.
- Polygeneration systems, project ‘Dynamic modelling of highly-efficient polygeneration systems’ for which a researcher from the University of Calabria, Italy, will join the Unit of High-Temperature Processes.
- Materials for Artificial photosynthesis, project ‘Modeling on Conjugated Porous Polymers’ for which a researcher from the University of Liege, Belgium, will join the Photoactivated Processes Unit.
Projects will kick-off shortly with the incorporation of researchers. These projects, apart from technological advancement, encourage cooperation with other leading entities in their respective fields of research.
The resolution on two other possible GET projects involving IMDEA Energy Institute in the research line ‘Energy Transition: Implementing the European Roadmap 2050’ is pending.
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