Category: Knowledge transfer
NanoPAT’s coordinator, Ioannis Kakogiannos (from IRIS) presented the project at the Symposium of the CHALLENGES Training School on 23 Sept. 2022, showing the actual status of our project developments.
On May 11th, part of the innoFSPEC team visited the industrial site of NanoPAT partner Evonik in Wesseling (Germany), within the framework of the Case Study 2 of the project, real-time in-situ monitoring of the genesis of nanostructured silica under different precipitation conditions.
From 11th to 22nd April 2022, Stephanie Schlappa and Tobias Simon, members of innoFSPEC, innovation and research center part of the NanoPAT partner University of Postdam, visited the project colleagues at the POLYMAT Institute of the University of the Basque Country in San Sebastian (Spain).
The latest episode (#08) of the Listen.UP podcast of Potsdam University portrayed innoFSPEC group leader Dr Marvin Münzberg as well as innoFSPEC as a research center. Under the title “What’s actually happening?” (in German, “Was passiert da eigentlich?”), the episode stresses innoFSPEC’s important role in the knowledge transfer between university and industrial partners, particularly in the field of process analytical technologies (PAT); and thereby arising career options such as dual career systems . Dr Münzberg explains further how PDW spectroscopy, as a PAT that was uniquely developed at innoFSPEC, can be used for diverse industrial applications, from cheese production to algae cultivation.