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  1. Center for Advanced Technologies POMERANIA

  2. Definition (MNiI) Center for Advanced Technologies is a consortium composed of scientific units performing research at the international level, and other units promoting and interested in scientific research, development innovations and commercialisation. The consortium partners can, based on mutual agreement, perform the interdisciplinary tasks focused on elaboration, development and commercialisation of new technologies associated with science fields assumed as the extremely important for national economy concerning the scientific and innovation policy.

  3. Strategy Analysis of the current state Mission Strategic activity axes Main objectives Milestones Specific objectives Main tasks Outcomes Relation between CAT and Regional Innovation Strategy

  4. Mission Joint actions of all partners for creation of advanced technologies at the pre-industrial technologies and enhancement of their transfer to an industry to satisfy the market demands.

  5. Strategic activity axes Biotechnology Functional materials Environment protection ICT

  6. Main objectives Applied research Development of advanced technologies Enhancement of commercialisation (pre-industrial stage)

  7. Main tasks Foundation of research and technological infrastructure Generation of multipartner projects Development of advanced technologies Intelectual property protection Technical advising Enhancement of formation of excellence and competence centers, trnsfer technology centers, specialistic laboratories and small enterprises, new workplaces Exploration of potential application areas Collection and dissemination of information Promotion and marketing Education

  8. Outcomes Pre-industrial technologies Joint research and investment projects Industrial cooperation agreements Entrepreneurs contacted the CAT (CZT) ???

  9. The project „Center of Advanced Technologies POMERANIA”financed by the E.U. structural funds:the Regional Operational Programme of the Pomerania Voyevodship(6 Mln EURO)

  10. CAT Pomerania - foundation: 2000 r. 28 partners (universities and enterprises) Coordinating partner: Gdansk University of Technology

  11. Biotechnology, food and drugs chemistry Baltic Center of Biotechnology and Innovative Diagnostics

  12. Information technologies and telecommunications Civitronics Center Laboratory of Metrology and Information Systems Environmental Laboratory of Wireless Technologies A great number of industrial partnerships and agreements ICT Cluster

  13. Environment protection Mobile Laboratory of Environment Diagnostics and Protection Ecology Cluster

  14. Functional materials and nanotechnologies (MATECH) Laboratory of Nanomaterials Laboratory of Biomaterials Laboratory of Syntesis of Innovative Materials and Elements Laboratory of Optoelectronic Measurements of Innovative Materials and Displays Laboratory of Polymers Laboratory of Nanomaterials and Nanocomposites Laboratory of Characterisation of Luminescent Materials and Nanomaterials

  15. MATECH Gdansk University of Technology: Dep. Materials Science and Engineering, Dep. Optoelectronics, Dep. Chemical Technology, Dep. Technology of Polymers, Dep. Physical Chemistry, Dep. Solid Staste Physics, Dep. Physics and Electronic Phenomena, Dep. Materials Engineering, Corrosion and Electrochemistry Gdansk University: Dep. Chemical Technology, Dep. Organic Chemistry, Dep. Supramolecular Chemistry, Dep. Condensed Phase Spectroscopy Gdynia Maritime Academy: Dep. Ship Materials and Repair Technology Ship Design and Research Center: Dep. Materials Science, Corrosion and Environment Protection

  16. Outcomes 11 laboratories supported by the CZT Project (A. Zieliński – chairman) A number of joint industrial or industry-oriented project Center of Knowledge and Entrepreneurship Regional Transfer Technology Center Academic and Student Entrepreneurship Incubators Education and information

  17. Information and promotion Webpage of the project Mass media Seminars and workshops Education Technical Information Fast Service (TIFS)

  18. Next phase: Clusters Biobaltica Center Ecology Center Biotechnology Center ICT Cluster Energy Power and Conversion Center Bioengineering Center

  19. Bioengineering Center Partners: GUT (WM – 5 departments, WETI< WCh, WFTiMS) GMA Implant producers (Medgal, Eskulap et al..) Financing: Polish-Icelandic ERA-NET MATERA project Application within the Polish - Swiss Research Programme Application for numerous national projects Industrial cooperation (Norwich holding) International cooperation: Germany, Iceland, Italy, Swiss, Spain, Portugal, Great Britain, Bulgarien

  20. Advanced technologies

  21. Fabrication technologies of bioactive titanium implants • Powder metallurgy and rapid prototyping (Selective Laser Melting) • Composite bioactive metal-ceramic-polymer porous implants filled in with biodegradable core material • Advantages: more comfort, longer lifetime

  22. Technologies for superhard layers for specialty alloys • Multiplex layers of very high hardness, corrosion resistance, biocompatibility for tools and implants

  23. Nanomodification of surface layers on elements made of nonferrous alloys • Cryogenic laser tretament is applied for Cu and Al. Alloys allowing the increase in hardness, corrosion resistacne, tribological and tribocorrosion resistance • Technology applicable for Diesel engines and ship propellers

  24. CVD technology for thin carbon, diamond-like-carbon and diamond structures For hardening of optical, mechanical, mechatronical systems

  25. Liquid crystalline polymers For surfaces of glassy optical elements.

  26. Fabrication technologies of luminescent materials • Applications • -Low energy batteries • -Luminophores and LED lamps • -X-ray screens • -Components of lighting paints

  27. Fabrication technologies of luminescent materials • Synthesis of powder metallurgy produced oxide materials dopped with some rare earth and transient metals.

  28. Fabrication technology of oxide-nitride aerogels • Better in mechanical strength and thermnal resisance than conventional SiO2 aerogels. • For thermoinsulating materials of improved mechanical strength

  29. katoda anoda Ceramic materials for oxide fuel cells • Advanced fabrication technologies of planar ceramic fuel cells for moderate temperatures (IT-SOFC)

  30. Superconductivity ceramics for energy supplies Fabrication technologies of YBaCuO and BiSrCaCuO [Nature 414(2001)368]

  31. Magnetic nondestructive tests of degradation of metallic constructions • Original tests: Zasada badania za pomocą elektromagnesu jarzmowego: 1 – detektor EMA, 2 – detektor HEB, 3 – smar, 4 – jarzmo • intrinsic stresses by Barkhausen effect • degradation degree of materials operating under conditions of varying stresses and temperatures by magnetoacoustic emission and eddy currents • disconituities by measurement of dispersed magnetic field and bu an use of magnetostrictive pulses

  32. Advanced polymers Fabrication technologies of materials composed of PU and recyclates from garbage of polymers and rubber. Fabrication technologies of PU technical goods for extremely conditions and for households. Polyurethanes (PU) and PU-based composite and nanocomposite materials. • .

  33. Syntethic molecular receptors for diagnostics and nanotechnologies • Sensors for analitycs

  34. Optical chemical sensors • For medicine and in environment protection to recognise e.g. copper and lead. • Chemosensor is an element deposited on mesoporous ceramics. It is insoluble. • To enhance the sensibility, the silver or gold nanostructures are applied.

  35. Luminescent materials as an alternative light source • Proposed luminescent materials are composed of oxide xerogels and optically active components • They are fotochemically more stable than so far used materials even at higher temperatures.

  36. Thank you for your attention