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1.

FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.

BIM-based holistic tools for Energy-driven Renovation of existing Residences

  • 7 Million
  • Germany
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BIM-based holistic tools for Energy-driven Renovation of existing Residences
Company Name FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.
Funded By 38
Country Germany , Western Europe
Project Value 7 Million
Project Detail

Building Information Modelling is a critical element in the digitalization of the construction industry, which is necessary in order to unleash huge efficiency and productivity improvements. BIMERR will design and develop a Renovation 4.0 toolkit which will comprise tools to support renovation stakeholders throughout the renovation process of existing buildings, from project conception to delivery. It comprises tools for the automated creation of enhanced building information models, a renovation decision support system to aid the designer in exploring available renovation options through an the accurate estimation of renovation impact on building performance as well as a process management tool that will optimize the design and on-site construction process toward optimal coordination and minimization of renovation time and cost. At the heart of the BIMERR toolkit lies an interoperability framework, which will enforce semantic interoperability among BIMERR tools as well as with third-party legacy ICT tools to enable seamless BIM creation and information exchange among AEC stakeholders in an effort to enhance the rapid adoption of BIM in renovation of the existing EU building stock. The BIMERR toolkit will be validated and demonstrated in 4 buildings in 3 European Member States. Two buildings will be used for pre-validation and implementation refinement and the refined BIMERR toolkit will support the actual renovation design and works in one residential building in Poland and a second one in Spain. The assessment and evaluation of the BIMERR toolkit after these real-life activities will feed material into two supporting horizontal project activities: i) dissemination and exploitation of project outcomes through the creation of best practice examples of BIMERR use that will guide further replication effort, and ii) promotion of BIMERR outcome to the most relevant standardization bodies.

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Company Name FRAUNHOFER GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FOERDERUNG DER ANGEWANDTEN FORSCHUNG E.V.
Address Hansastrasse 27c 80686 Munchen
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/218485/factsheet/en

2.

AALBORG UNIVERSITET

Sustainable Drop-In Transport fuels from Hydrothermal Liquefaction of Low Value Urban Feedstocks

  • 5 Million
  • Denmark
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Sustainable Drop-In Transport fuels from Hydrothermal Liquefaction of Low Value Urban Feedstocks
Company Name AALBORG UNIVERSITET
Funded By 38
Country Denmark , Western Europe
Project Value 5 Million
Project Detail

The objective of the NextGenRoadFuels project is to apply advanced HTL technology and subsequent upgrading to a selected range of low value/cost, concentrated biogenic residues from urban activity, in order to obtain cost competitive, sustainable drop-in quality synthetic gasoline and diesel fuels. From a highly efficient and validated baseline HTL process chain designed for lignocellulosics, new innovative process steps will be designed and existing steps optimized to address the additional challenges encompassed by such feedstocks, exemplified by sewage sludge, food waste and construction wood waste (termed urban feedstocks), with the objective to reach similar performance as for lignocellulosics. The main optimization targets are - To establish fundamental pretreatment process and parameters to provide highest possible organic dry matter content in feedstock slurry and efficiently remove valuable inorganics that can have added value as organic fertilizers and/or soil improvers. - To establish HTL processing parameters giving highest possible carbon and energy yields to oil phase - To establish efficient upgrading schemes to bring the HTL intermediate bio-crude to drop-in gasoline and diesel fuels - To close material and energy streams to and from the individual process steps in order to obtain maximum internal utilization and minimal environmental impact - To establish MFSP scenarios demonstrating cost-competitiveness, socio-economic benefits and superior LCA and GHG reduction effects in a pan-European as well as global perspective. Specific targets of the NextGenRoadFuels project are to demonstrate the potential to convert more than 100 M tons urban feedstock per year into almost 500,000 barrels per day of drop-in diesel and gasoline fuels (more than 10 % of the current use in the EU), at a cost of approximately 50-60 Euro-cent per liter. This will generate 50,000 direct and 300,000 indirect jobs within the EU, and reduce GHG emissions by more than 70%.

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Company Name AALBORG UNIVERSITET
Address Fredrik Bajers Vej 7k 9220 Aalborg
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/218234/factsheet/en

3.

Teknologian tutkimuskeskus VTT Oy

Near-zero-waste recycling of low-grade sulphidic mining waste for critical-metal, mineral and construction raw-material production in a circular economy

  • 15 Million
  • Finland
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Near-zero-waste recycling of low-grade sulphidic mining waste for critical-metal, mineral and construction raw-material production in a circular economy
Company Name Teknologian tutkimuskeskus VTT Oy
Funded By 38
Country Finland , Western Europe
Project Value 15 Million
Project Detail

With an estimated volume of 600 Mtonne/yr and a historic stockpile of 28,000 Mtonne, sulphidic mining waste from the production of Cu, Pb, Zn and Ni, represents the largest volume of extractive waste in Europe. When poorly managed, these “tailings” may cause major environmental problems such as acid mine drainage. In 2016 EIP Raw Materials launched a “call to arms” to transform the “extractive-waste problem” into a “resource-recovery opportunity”, as “tailings” still contain valuable & critical metals. Using a “4 PILOTS – 2 case-studies” concept NEMO develops, demonstrates and exploits, therefore, new ways to valorise sulphidic tailings. The 2 cases are the Sotkamo Ni-Cu-Zn-REE/Sc mine in Finland and the Las Cruces Cu-mine in Spain; the 4 PILOTS are located at key points in the near-zero-waste flowsheet, encompassing the recovery of valuable & critical metals, the safe concentration of hazardous elements, the removal of sulphur as sulphate salts, while using the residual mineral fraction in cement, concrete and construction products. NEMO has established an interdisciplinary consortium, including 8 industrial partners (2 mining, 4 engineering, 1 machine manufacturing & 1 construction material company), 4 research institutes, 2 universities and 1 civil society group. NEMO’s near-zero-waste technology will provide the EU with both direct and long-term, indirect advantages. The former range from new resources (e.g. base metals: Cu, Zn, Ni, Pb; critical metals: Sc, Nd, Y, Sb; SCM and aggregates etc.), CO2 savings from metal recovery and the replacement of Ordinary Portland Cement), new job creation (> 150 FTEs), new revenues (> 200 M€/yr) while the latter represent the multiplication of the former benefits (cf. 28,000 Mtonne of these tailings), while eradicating acid-mine drainage and other environmental issues, and ensuring an enhanced dialogue (framework) between industry and civil society, to obtain and maintain the License to Operate mines in EU.

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Company Name Teknologian tutkimuskeskus VTT Oy
Address Vuorimiehentie 3 02150 Espoo
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/214771/factsheet/en

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Abu Dhabi Health Services, Co. - SEHA

Disease Prevention Screening Center Khalifa City A (AD)

  • Plz Refer Document
  • United Arab Emirates
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Disease Prevention Screening Center Khalifa City A (AD)
Company Name Abu Dhabi Health Services, Co. - SEHA
Funded By 107
Country United Arab Emirates , Western Asia
Project Value Plz Refer Document
Project Detail

The project aims to provide tho necessary medical examination services for tho issuance and renewal of residency in Abu Dhabi city and the services of identity card and health insurance under one roof for tho category of employees. The project also aims to reduce tho spread of diseases associated with some professions through the vaccination programs organized by tho Center. The project is located in tho city of Khalifa in Abu Dhabi and tho construction area is estimated at about 19000 square motors.

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Company Name Abu Dhabi Health Services, Co. - SEHA
Address Executive Building, Das Tower, 9th Floor, Sultan Bin Zayad Street 32nd Street - Khalidiyah St - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates Phone: +971 2 410 2000
Web Site https://musanada.com/pt_projects/disease-prevention-screening-center-khalifa-city-a-ad/

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Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADM)

Roads & Infra works for Mohammed Bid Zayed city, Stage 2, Zone D & G

  • 650 Million
  • United Arab Emirates
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Roads & Infra works for Mohammed Bid Zayed city, Stage 2, Zone D & G
Company Name Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADM)
Funded By 107
Country United Arab Emirates , Western Asia
Project Value 650 Million
Project Detail

Abu Dhabi Public Services Company (adcb) announced the implementation of four infrastructure projects in the city of Mohammed bin Zayed, in an effort to achieve Abu Dhabi plan aims to provide a sustainable infrastructure that serves the emirates society and economy in accordance with the best international standards and makes Abu Dhabi a world leader In this area. The construction cost of these projects is AED 650 million, including the Z35 Basin project, which costs approximately AED 280 million, and includes the construction of internal roads and infrastructure for 1.5 million square metres of residential land. Added: «This vital project is located in the city of Mohammed bin Zayed Basin (z-35) Abu Dhabi, 20 km south of Abu Dhabi International Airport, at junction Junction -Abu Dhabi Road Al Ain, the project includes road and infrastructure works, including rainwater drainage systems, potable water and sanitation, Both communications *" networks, road lighting and power grids with their sub-stations have a number of 21 stations and will serve the project to be completed in March next year, 517 residential plots, 4 mosques, 3 schools, 28 social and sports facilities, the project will provide integrated infrastructure services to the residents The entire region

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Company Name Abu Dhabi City Municipality (ADM)
Address Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates Phone: +971 2 444 0444
Web Site https://musanada.com/pt_projects/roads-infra-works-for-mohammed-bid-zayed-city-stage-2-zone-d-g/

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Zayed Higher Organisation for People of Determination

AI Ain Autism Centre

  • 69 Million
  • United Arab Emirates
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AI Ain Autism Centre
Company Name Zayed Higher Organisation for People of Determination
Funded By 107
Country United Arab Emirates , Western Asia
Project Value 69 Million
Project Detail

In collaboration with Zayed Higher Organisation for People of Determination, ZHO, construction works of Al Ain Autism Centre at a total cost of approximately AED68.7 million over a gross area of more than 10 thousand square metres. Al Ain Autism Centre project forms part of its efforts to deliver projects that serve members of the community falling under this category, as the project aims to serve an important segment of Al Ain citizens who require special care and attention, particularly children diagnosed with an autism Spectrum disorder. the project involves construction of an autism center comprising two floors with one main and five secondary entrances, 36 classrooms accommodating 166 students, 17 treatment rooms, 33 isolation rooms, four teacher rooms, two assessment room as part of the clinic, 2 multi-purpose rooms, a sports hall, a music room, two drama rooms, one arts room, as well as a library, cafeteria, swimming pool, play areas, administration and staff offices.

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Company Name Zayed Higher Organisation for People of Determination
Address Sheikh Maktoum Bin Rashid Rd - Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates Phone: +971 2 305 6666
Web Site https://musanada.com/pt_projects/al-ain-autism-centre/

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FUNDACION TECNALIA RESEARCH & INNOVATION

BASAJAUN - Building A SustainAble Joint between rurAl and UrbaN Areas Through Circular And Innovative Wood Construction Value Chains

  • 12 Million
  • Spain
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BASAJAUN - Building A SustainAble Joint between rurAl and UrbaN Areas Through Circular And Innovative Wood Construction Value Chains
Company Name FUNDACION TECNALIA RESEARCH & INNOVATION
Funded By 38
Country Spain , Western Europe
Project Value 12 Million
Project Detail

European rural areas will boost when their natural resources constitute the basis of innovative and sustainable value chains with a high positive economic impact. In this sense, forests constitute an asset that provide not only ecosystems and biodiversity, but also a valuable and sustainable raw material, “wood”. Wood is consumed by various sectors, including one of the most “raw materials” demanding sector, the construction. The BASAJAUN project is a puzzle composed of 1st and 2nd transformation companies, research organizations, associations and public bodies that are focused on maximizing the forest value through its use in wood construction. Its main goal is to optimize the wood forest resources to enable the construction of a medium sized building (16 dwellings with 4 floors) with the lowest possible forest hectares – that will depends on the tree species and the forest local peculiarities (climate, surface, ..). The whole process will be optimised to maximize the consumption of wood products from the forest (solid wood, fibers, veneers, bark, sawdust, etc.). For this purpose, a) innovative wood-based construction materials (thermal insulation, composites, varnishes, SIPs) and systems (structure, facades, floors, walls, roof and fixings) will be developed and upscaled, b) two full -scale demo buildings (Finland and France) that use those products will be constructed, c) digitalization of the whole construction value chain (from forest to building) will be done and d) the rural development impact will be studied at regional level. The environmental impact of the products of these value chains will be assessed as well. Besides, to assure a sustainable impact of the project a novel thematic platform to integrate the stakeholders of the wood region with urban areas will be developed. Besides, BASAJAUN leverages the previous results of successful projects where the innovative materials and systems were designed at laboratory and semi-industrial scale.

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Company Name FUNDACION TECNALIA RESEARCH & INNOVATION
Address Parque Cientifico Y Tecnologico De Bizkaia, Astondo Bidea, Edificio 700 48160 Derio Bizkaia
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/225032/factsheet/en

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OKEANOGRAFIKA KAI IDROMETEOROLOGIKA TECHNOLOGIKA SYSTIMATA THLEPISKOPISIS MONOPROSOPI IDIOTIKI KEFALAIOUCHIKI ETAIREIA

Underwater passive aquatic listening network system for smart monitoring of high impact weather events - myPAL-NET

  • 71,429
  • Greece
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Underwater passive aquatic listening network system for smart monitoring of high impact weather events - myPAL-NET
Company Name OKEANOGRAFIKA KAI IDROMETEOROLOGIKA TECHNOLOGIKA SYSTIMATA THLEPISKOPISIS MONOPROSOPI IDIOTIKI KEFALAIOUCHIKI ETAIREIA
Funded By 38
Country Greece , Western Europe
Project Value 71,429
Project Detail

"A smart passive aquatic listener network (myPAL-NET) is a user friendly and simple in use and inexpensive in deployment system consist of two or three small in size and thus cheap in construction and maintenance low consumption passive detectors (called myPAL). They are running autonomy (with their own power source). The ""smart"" algorithm that is embedded in each myPAL works independently for the detection, classification and quantification of the different environmental (rainfall rate and occurrence, wind speed, roughness of see, bubbles, salinity, landslides, etc.), biological (marine mammal calls, etc.) and anthropogenic (seismic activity, off-shore drilling operations, shipping, construction, sonars, fishing, mineral exploration, etc.) underwater sound sources. Appropriate algorithm will be developed for “smart” duty cycle operation and data acquisition as well as automated pre-process analysis (called smart PAL). myPAL-NET covers a large area. Each one talks to each other via the surface platforms. The system will be autonomous, interoperable, easy to deployed with low power consumption and designed for prolonged immersion as required. myPAL-NET is a cost-effective solution, which can replace various surface meteorological and oceanographic sensors attached on large mooring systems, from one sensor (myPAL) or a network of myPALs (myPAL-NET) that covers a larger area and can replace the large and expensive mooring systems. Finally, the system will be fully standardised to co-operate with existing observing mooring systems, compatible with EU data collection policies and international standard requirements. The primary objective of the feasibility study is to fully commercialize the technology behind the underwater passive aquatic recording system and to gain an understanding to the potential opportunities of this technology in the marine instrumentation and oceanographic market."

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Company Name OKEANOGRAFIKA KAI IDROMETEOROLOGIKA TECHNOLOGIKA SYSTIMATA THLEPISKOPISIS MONOPROSOPI IDIOTIKI KEFALAIOUCHIKI ETAIREIA
Address Alepou 00 49100 Kerkyra
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/225035/factsheet/en

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UNIVERSITAT AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA

Global trends in social inequalities in Europe and Latin America and exploring innovative ways to reduce them through life, occupational and educational trajectories research to face uncertainty

  • 2 Million
  • Spain
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Global trends in social inequalities in Europe and Latin America and exploring innovative ways to reduce them through life, occupational and educational trajectories research to face uncertainty
Company Name UNIVERSITAT AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA
Funded By 38
Country Spain , Western Europe
Project Value 2 Million
Project Detail

The overall aim of this project is to create an International Network for Comparative Analysis of Social Inequalities (INCASI) with 19 universities, 10 from Europe and 9 from Latin America. The purpose is to conduct comparative research in the area of social inequalities. Through this network we hope to foster a space for collective reflection and the development of synergies between network partners that allow us to undertake innovative studies whose outputs have an impact on academic and policy debates on the subject. The project will also contribute to informing the design of public policies to tackle social inequalities. In so doing, we aim to contribute innovative solutions that improve citizens’ living standards, reduce social inequalities and promote social justice. This is in line with Horizon 2020’s objectives. From this perspective, the whole project is structured on the basis of the following four pillars: 1) Substantive background and explanatory models of social inequalities which comprises eight thematic axes integrated in a model of analysis called AMOSIT (Analytical Model of Social Inequalities and Trajectories). 2) Methodology for the analysis of social inequalities 3) Social policies to counteract social inequalities 4) Gender inequalities’ transversal perspective To achieve our objectives we organize the proposal chronologically through five work packages: 1) Compilation: to review the accumulated scientific capital that exists among network’s members. 2) Construction: AMOSIT model. 3) Innovation: to propose a new theoretical and methodological perspective on social inequalities. 4) Projection: to planning the sustainability of the network through two specific lines of action in research and teaching, and to disseminating-communicating project outcomes. 5) Management: Organization and coordination of INCASI network activities.

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Company Name UNIVERSITAT AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA
Address Campus De La Uab Bellaterra 08193 Cerdanyola Barcelona
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/200034/factsheet/en

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EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZUERICH

Seismology and Earthquake Engineering Research Infrastructure Alliance for Europe

  • 11 Million
  • Switzerland
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Seismology and Earthquake Engineering Research Infrastructure Alliance for Europe
Company Name EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZUERICH
Funded By 38
Country Switzerland , Western Europe
Project Value 11 Million
Project Detail

"SERA is the ""Seismology and Earthquake Engineering Research Infrastructure Alliance for Europe"", responding to the priorities identified in the call INFRAIA-01-2016-2017 Research Infrastructure for Earthquake Hazard. The overall objective of SERA is to give a significant contribution to improve the access to data, services and research infrastructures, and deliver solutions based on innovative R&D in seismology and earthquake engineering, aiming at reducing the exposure of our society to the risk posed by natural and anthropogenic earthquakes. To this end, SERA will: Involve the communities involved in previous successful projects including NERA and SERIES; Offer transnational access to the largest collection of high-class experimental facilities in earthquake engineering; Offer virtual access to the main data and products in seismology and anthropogenic seismicity; Promote multi-disciplinary science across the domains of seismology, anthropogenic seismicity, near-fault observatories and deep underground laboratories, to achieve an improved understanding of earthquake occurrence; Revise the European Seismic Hazard reference model for consideration in the ongoing revision of the Eurocode 8; Develop the first comprehensive framework for seismic risk modeling at European scale; Develop the new standards for future experimental observations in earthquake engineering and for the design of future instruments and networks for observational seismology; Develop reliable methodologies for real-time assessment of shaking and damage; Expand access to seismological observations; Network infrastructures and communities in the fields of deep seismic sounding, experimental earthquake engineering and site characterization; Provide an important contribution to the construction and validation of EPOS; Provide effective communication and outreach to all stakeholders.

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Company Name EIDGENOESSISCHE TECHNISCHE HOCHSCHULE ZUERICH
Address Raemistrasse 101 8092 Zuerich
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/210185/factsheet/en

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