Ayming, Business Performance Consulting Group, is supporting MMAMA project (Microwave Microscopy for Advanced and Efficient Materials Analysis and Production), which will offer a nanoscale characterization platform for the European manufacturers of coatings, photovoltaic cells, and semi-conductor circuits.
Partners of the project will use a combination of scanning microwave microscopes, dielectric resonators, and simulation to measure the material and interface properties of complicated material systems and nano-structures.
This project, launched on November 1, 2017, will last 3 years. It received a European funding of € 3.99 million, allocated by the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
During the European Microwave Week, on Sunday 29 September, 2019 MMAMA will organise a dedicated one-day workshop: “WS-03 (EuMC): Microwave Characterization and Modelling at Nano and Micro-Scale of Advanced Materials to Enhance Emerging Products Manufacturing”.
The chairs of the event are:
- Kamel Haddadi / University of Lille, CNRS / IEMN
- and Johannes Hoffmann/ METAS.
The MMAMA partners and several prestigious guest speakers will share project results and discuss about up-to-date innovations in the area.
Acknowledgements: This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement MMAMA n° 761036.
- Gilles Dambrine (Université de Lille), project coordinator
- Jetta Keranen, Philippe Lenain (Ayming), management, exploitation of the project results