Centre Technology Transfer CITTRU posted this:Carbon composites based on bacterial biomass for manufacturing of electrode materialsThe subject of the offer is a method of manufacturing of carbon-based composites for electrode materials. These composites are built of electrode active phase nanoparticles (e.g. metallic or metal oxides) and a carbon matrix obtained from bacterial biomass. Living organisms serve both as the component capable to capture the nanoparticles, and as a source of biocarbon support providing high dispersion and stabilization of nanoparticles, as well as high electrical conductivity of the material. Application: electrocatalytic active electrode materials, e.g. in ORR reactions; energy storage (supercapacitors).
Mª Eugenia Garcés Castellote posted this:
Commercialization Specialist at Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI
Unitat de Valorització de la URV posted this:
Licensing Manager at Fundació URV
Alexander Kvashnin posted this:
Director at Center for Technology Transfer and Commercialization of Novosibirsk State University
Miguel Menendez posted this:
Professor / PhD. at Universidad de Zaragoza
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Ilythia Morley posted this:
Intern - Commercialization Team at Korea Institute of Energy Research
Korea Institute of Energy Research posted this:Method for Manufacturing CIGS Thin-Film Solar Cells Using Substrates Not Containing SodiumResearchers at the Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) have developed an innovative method for manufacturing CIGS thin-film solar cells using substrates not containing sodium. This technology specifically relates to a method for manufacture in which Na (sodium) supply sources are formed on parts of the surface of molybdenum electrode prior to the formation of CIGS-based precursor thin film and then heat-treated to form CIGS-based thin film. Thereby improving the electrical characteristics of the CIGS-based thin film serving as a light-absorbing layer of a solar cell, and to CIGS-based thin-film solar cell manufactured using the method.
Universidad de Alcalá-OTRI posted this:Software system for analysis and heuristic optimization for the design of wind farmsThe “Modern Heuristics of Optimization and Design of Communications Networks” research group, from the University of Alcalá, presents a software environment for the design of wind farms. Focused especially on the use of optimization heuristic algorithms to design the location of wind turbines. The group is looking for companies from the renewable sector to reach cooperation or commercial agreements with technical assistance or joint venture agreements.
Mahesh Kulkarni posted this:
Assistant Vice President-Business Development at Praj Industries Limited
Peter Mogyorosi posted this:
CEO at Laser Consult Ltd.