Specific Challenge:Nanotechnology research has led to a remarkable
development of nanoscale materials in bulk form with unique properties. Several
of these materials are in the market or are expected to enter the market in the
near future. The challenge is to establish industrial ...
Flag(s): Production technology, process engineering Nanotechnology, nano-materials, nano engineering Materials engineering (biomaterials, metals, ceram New materials: oxides, alloys, composite, organic- Materials engineering Characterization methods of materials
Specific Challenge:The challenge consists of developing innovative solutions
for the delivery of humanitarian aid based on frugal application of advanced
The European Union and its Member States are major humanitarian donors.
Humanitarian crises and disasters have ...
Flag(s): Nano-materials (production and properties) Medical engineering Ethics in engineering and technologies Materials engineering
Specific Challenge:Cleanest engine of the future prize aims at reducing the
pollution produced by future new vehicles using either gasoline or diesel fuels
and their low biofuel blends available on the market.
Powertrains/cars in which the improvements are achieved by using significant ...
Flag(s): Mechanical engineering Technology development
Specific Challenge:The challenge is to develop a safe and sustainable battery
for electric-vehicles through the development of new materials and chemistries
making use of abundant, sustainable low cost materials, which are easily
available in Europe. Solutions are required to provide ...
Flag(s): Condensed matter physics (including formerly solid Sustainable transport Electronic properties of materials, surfaces, inte Semiconductors and insulators: material growth, ph Electrical and electronic engineering: semiconduct Chemical sciences Superconductivity Transport sector Clean vehicles Nano-materials (production and properties) Thermal properties of condensed matter Materials engineering Electrochemistry, batteries and fuel cells Energy Efficiency Organic chemistry Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, In Physical chemistry, Polymer science, Electrochemis
Specific Challenge:The challenge is to develop scalable, efficient and
high-impact decentralized solutions to social innovation challenges leveraging
Distributed Ledger Technology (DLTs), such as the one used in blockchains.
DLT in its public, open and permissionless forms is widely ...
Specific Challenge:The challenge is to develop a scalable, reliable and
cost-effective early warning system prototype to forecast and monitor
vector-borne diseases in order to contribute to the prevention of outbreaks
mitigating their impact on local, regional and global scales ...
Flag(s): Open data Vector control Space data exploitation Geo-information and spatial data analysis Earth Observation / Services and applications Prototyping Health Public health and epidemiology Infectious diseases Big data
Specific Challenge:New leading-edge research infrastructures in all fields of
science and technology are needed by the European scientific community in order
to remain at the forefront of the advancement of research, and to be able to
help industry strengthen its base of knowledge ...
Specific Challenge:To develop world-class extreme scale, power-efficient and
highly resilient High Performance Computing and data technologies, and to
provide support for a sustainable exascale HPC ecosystem in Europe, enabling
collaborations among the relevant stakeholders.
Flag(s): High performance computing Computer and information sciences Simulation engineering and modelling Computer hardware and architecture Big data Software engineering, operating systems, computer Scientific computing, simulation and modelling too Mathematics
Specific Challenge:Providing sustainable and affordable energy to sub-Saharan
Africa is critical to the development of a region that accounts for 13% of the
world’s population, but only 4% of its energy demand. Sub-Saharan Africa’s
energy resources are more than sufficient to meet ...
Flag(s): Renewable energy sources - general
Specific Challenge:Open innovation is a paradigm that assumes that companies
can benefit from external ideas/technologies (Outside-In) and valorise internal
ideas/technologies with external partners (Inside-Out) to reduce the financial
risks associated to innovation, and quickly ...