BEKKER NAWA and ULAM NAWA
CEZAMAT RESEARCHERS ARE SUPPORT IN THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID-19.
Territorial patterns of Innovation Ecosystem in Poland.
Our Centre does not only possess capabilities in development of advanced materials and technologies but also of carrying out studies on innovation ecosystems. Our colleague Krzysztof Mieszkowski together with Javier Barbero from Joint Research Centre have published the article in Regional Studies: Territorial patterns of R&D+I grants supporting Smart Specialisation projects funded from the ESIF in Poland.
We have launched CEZAMAT DIH to support digital transformation of enterprises.
Following the initiative of the European Commission to create national or regional Digital Innovation Hubs in the Member States which aim is to support companies in digitalizing their operational processes and enriching their commercial offer with digitally advanced products and services, in July we have launched our CEZAMAT DIH.
A new method of synthesis of the most technologically advanced battery components for electric vehicles
A new method of synthesis of the most technologically advanced battery components for electric vehicles, which will allow to store more energy and increase the range of electric cars.
Our colleagues: Tomasz Trzeciak, M.Sc. and Prof. Marek Marcinek have published results of their research in the article entitled “Different strategies of introduction of lithium ions into nickel-manganese-cobalt carbonate resulting in LiNi0.6Mn0.2Co0.2O2 (NMC622) cathode material for Li-ion batteries” in Solid State Ionics journal (IF=2.886).