In Biomotive Selena is a Coordinator and a Leader in four workpacks:
WP3 Chemical conversion of raw materials and fibres into biobased TPUs and foams
WP8 Management and coordination
WP9 Ethics requirements
In Biomotive Maier is a Leader in WP5 – Final applications development (industrial validator). It provides the project with industrial an validator for the new material TPU to be developed, it also has its part in other WPs: collaborating with Cartiff – responsible for WP6 and Selena – WP7.
In Biomotive Metsä is a Leader in WP2 Process for the production of novel biobased fibers. It also works as a Leader of Tasks such as: Demonstration of regenerated fibers production, Feasibility study of the use of regenerated fiber in the production of textile garments and Recyclability of regenerated cellulose fibers. Metsa has its part in Techno-economic evaluation of wood pulp and regenerated fibers, assisting in sustainability assessment, standardization and certification measures.
In Biomotive Novamont is a Leader in WP1 Chemical and biotechnological processes for raw materials production: vegetable oils and building blocks. Its provide samples of vegetable oil for the production of cyclic carbonates for WP3, azaleid acid also for WP3, production of biobased 1,4-BDO from by products of 1st and 2nd generation sugars.
In Biomotive TITK is collaborating with Metsa presenting a protocol for wood pulp dissolution, characterization of the biobased regenerated cellulose fibres and delivering samples of biobased regenerated fibres for Selena.
In Biomotive ICSO is involved in WP 3, being responsible for a presenting protocol for the production of 100% biobased NIPU and presenting samples of 100% biobased NIPU for validation in final applications in WP5, i.e. to develop an economical method of production of biobased cyclic carbonates.
In Biomotive Nadir is responsible for optimal strategy for heterogeneous catalysts implementation in WP3, especially Task Biobased prepolymers production with innovative technologies as well as demonstration in WP4.
In Biomotive Greennovention is a Leader of WP7 Dissemination and exploitation. It will also provide techno-economic assessment. Greennovention is responsible for the Biomotive website and social media, according to the dissemination of results plan.
In Biomotive Leda Polymer is investigating additional applications of biobased NIPU, focusing on prototyping and developing different block foams with the raw material manufacture by Selena to address the construction business need, especially in the area of vertical gardens, where there is an increasing demand for new solutions and custom-made products.
In Biomotive I.S.C. Ro Technology is responsible for the design and implementation of the pilot units for the production of pre-polymers. Will also deliver a protocol and samples of 100% biobased NIPU.
In Biomotive INTAP is responsible for technical characteristics and requirements for the fabrication of seats and automotive seats fillers. In WP5 is developing the eco-design of a new vehicle prototype in cooperation with MAIER.
UNIPI is involved in WP3: Chemical conversion of raw materials and fibres into biobased TPUs and foams. Synthesis and characterization of properly designed novel fluorescent molecular rotors with an easy synthetic approach and the scalable procedur. The UNIPI team also sets up strategies for the incorporation of the prepared fluorescent molecular rotors in the reacting medium based on an isocyanates containing two or more isocyanate groups per molecule and a polyols with two or more hydroxyl groups per molecule.
In Biomotive Patentopolis is a Partner in WP 7 involved in activities concerning the exploitation of the results obtained within the project, being in charge of IPR management. It is also preparing a Plan for the exploitation of results, Guidelines for operational IP management and Strategy plan for the exploitation of the Intellectual Assets.
In Biomotive Cartif is a Leader of WP6 Sustainability and standardisation. Is is an expert in environmental, economic and social sustainability. It will provide LCA (Life Cycle Assessment), LCC (Life Cycle Cost analysis) and S-LCA (Social LCA).
In Biomotive Rina works in WP6 Sustainability and Standardisation. RINA will contribute to the deliverable D5.9 – Eco-design of the targeted products and the design of a new vehicle prototype.