In the Netherlands, 33 Mton of new concrete is produced annually, which accounts for almost 2 percent of the annual CO2 emissions in the Netherlands. Approximately 12 Mton of old concrete is released, which consists
Workshop: Characterization of Polymeric Materials by Vapour Sorption Techniques – 8 April, 10 am CEST
On the 8th of April, there will be an Online Workshop on Dynamic Vapour Sorption (DVS) technology organized by the company Surface Measurement Systems in partnership with Eindhoven University of Technology (10am CEST; 2hours, free
On 15 June 2021, the final event of the INTERREG project ASPECT will mark the end of the project. ASPECT has enabled the prediction and control of temperature-induced effects on friction, thus enhancing the productivity
What started as an initiative of M2i has now been awarded a grant of over €6 million. Over the next few years, a consortium of research institutes, academia and industries will be working on research
M2i is involved in two ‘small NWA projects’ through the NWA routes Circular Economy (CE) and Measuring and Detecting (MD). The projects aim at increasing the scientific and societal impact of their NWA route by
During the annual conference Meeting Materials of 15 December, organized by M2i, Grade2XL held its first open Additive Manufacturing Design Contest for young engineers. The video of the Award Ceremony has been released.
M2i PhD researcher Chrysoula Ioannidou received international Vanadium Award from Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) institute for the most outstanding paper in the metallurgy and technology of vanadium and its alloys.
During the M2i Conference Meeting Materials of 15 December 2020, chair man Rob Boom interviewed Albert Polman (Amolf) and Bert van Haastrecht (M2i) about the National Materials Report and the MaterialenNL platform. Did you miss
Dr. Hessel Castricum, working at 3mE at the TU Delft, was interviewed about his work as project leader for the Interreg project Smart*Light by an advisor of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate.