This project is receiving funding from the European Union’s Horizon2020 research and innovation programs under grant agreement 101034926. In CNergy the potential of CNM-composite membranes in battery and fuel cell applications will be evaluated.
This project is receiving funding from the European Union’s Horizon2020 research and innovation programs under grant agreement 101034955.
THINtoBIG aims to bring ultrathin carbon nanomembranes (CNMs) as a gamechanger to the market of demanding water separation applications. It follows-up on the scientific results in the FET Open project ITS-THIN, in which CNM Technologies as a 2D-materials specialist and BLUE-tec as a water treatment process developer participate. Together these companies now wish to join forces to prepare for the production and sales of CNM based composite membranes.
This project is receiving funding from the European Union’s Horizon2020 research and innovation programs under grant agreement 899528. In ITS-THIN we will exploit the potential of CNMs in water purification and will develop and demonstrate the CNM-based technology at pilot scale for two challenging applications: pressure-driven delivery of ultrapure water and cold osmotic concentration for applications in pharmaceutical and food and beverage industries. The academic partners in ITS-THIN provide the experimental and theoretical basis for understanding the transport phenomena and the physico-chemical properties of CNMs, and the industrial partners enable cost-efficient CNM production, modular integration and market-oriented technology implementation.
This project is receiving funding from 2nd German-Greek research and innovation program (BMBF and GSRT) under grant agreement 03XP0155B.
The aim of the project is the development of a series of gas filter membranes for gas sensor and barrier applications based on carbon nanomembranes. The research goal is to tune the gas permeability of CNMs simultaneously with the development of a suitable carrier depending on the application, to ensure the mechanical stability of the membrane. The project combines the expertise of the German partners in manufacturing and Characterization of CNMs with that of the Greek partners in the field of nanocomposites, graphene fabrication and gas manipulation and measurement.
he project is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research within the framework of the German-Israeli Cooperation in Water Technology under grant no. 02WIL1453C. The objective of this project is to investigate an improved and efficient treatment of brackish water and wastewater. Suggested herein is an innovative low energy-hybrid approach for nanofiltration (NF) with CNM-based membranes combined with capacitive deionisation (CDI) for the combined removal of solid-suspended particles and salt from brine feed resources. The plan of operation is to tailor CNM-based membranes with and without surface functionalisation provided by the German partners for the capacitive deionisation process performed by the Israeli partner
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement 696656. CNM Technologies was responsible for the development of the scale-up of the fabrication of Carbon Nanomembranes and graphene nanomembranes for membrane applications.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement 634415. Aim of the PoC-ID-Project was to develop new micro- and nanoelectronic-based sensing and integration concepts for advanced miniaturised in-vitro diagnostic devices. The project addressed the increasing demand for rapid and sensitive point-of-care diagnostics to reduce healthcare costs and increase the quality of life with a focus on infectious diseases, one of the world’s leading causes of morbidity and death. Interdisciplinary collaboration using the technology and expertise of the consortium members was applied to develop and test a PoC prototype for the diagnosis of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) infections and host responses in the pediatric context. The platform technology can be adapted to a variety of diagnostic or biosensing purposes, such as in health/environmental monitoring or food quality testing. Our task was to develop a CNM-based nanointerposer for the surface functionalisation of sensors (especially a graphene-based field-effect transistor) by immobilisation of aptamers.
The project was funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research within the framework of the M.ERA-NET Transnational Call 2013 under grant no. 03X0158B. The objective of the MOLFIL-CNM project was to develop CNM-based membranes for molecular gas separation and test them for practical application, thus creating the conditions for using CNMs for industrial molecular separation of substances. The task of CNM Technologies GmbH was to develop processes for the large-scale production of CNMs and to combine them with carrier structures for mechanical stabilisation.
This project has received funding from the European Union's seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement 604391. CNM Technologies joined the Graphene Flagship together with Bielefeld University, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Ulm University and BASF SE in an extension call based on a proposal to develop Graphene Nanomembranes from Molecular Monolayers. CNM Technologies' task was to establish and to optimise fabrication parameters for large scale production of graphene nanomembranes in an industrial environment.