NanoPAT deliverable D7.2

Preliminary Plan for the Exploitation and Dissemination of Results (PEDR)

The NanoPAT deliverable D7.2 – “Preliminary Plan for the Exploitation and Dissemination of Results (PEDR)” is now available to view online with DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7323760. The report is available under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence (CC BY 4.0).

This deliverable, led by BNN, is part of the work package 7 (WP7) – Knowledge Transfer and Dissemination.

The NanoPAT PEDR provides guidance to all project partners on the required communication and dissemination as well as on the exploitation activities. This ensures a unified project communication, dissemination and exploitation process across the entire Consortium. The aim of the PEDR is to ensure that all knowledge generated during the course of the project will be successfully communicated, disseminated, and transferred to appropriate target groups, identified stakeholders, and the wider public.

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NanoPAT deliverable D1.2

Report on the state-of-the-art review

The NanoPAT deliverable “D1.2 – Report on the state-of-the-art review” is now available to view online. The report is available under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence (CC BY 4.0).

This deliverable, leaded by University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), is part of the work package 1 (WP1) – Definition of the nano-monitoring technologies requirements.

This deliverable discusses the state-of-the-art measurement techniques in the context of particle sizing and industrial application. Inline and offline techniques are shortly discussed, with a focus on the inline applicability of the considered techniques. In this discussion the terms inline, online and atline need to be discriminated. Inline monitoring will happen directly inside the process, at best faster than observable process changes. Online analysers are connected to the process (e.g. in a bypass) and ideally have a similar time resolution like inline analysers. Atline devices are separated but close to the process, while offline analysis happens spatially and timely separated.

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