The research projects developed at the EEUM allow the interconnection of EEUM researchers’ expertise with proposals for innovation and product development from industries of several activity sectors. The results of this collaboration show the conversion of scientific research into innovative products and services which contribute to improving society’s daily lives and provide business opportunities.
Research, Development and Innovation (R&D&I) shown in this section reflect the strategic approach to economic development, through support aimed at research and innovation within the main guidelines of Horizon 2020 and the Research and Innovation Strategy for Smart Specialisation (RIS3).
We invite you to know more about some of the projects carried out in close collaboration with national industry entities.
Some selected projects:
Lamitech - Active technical laminates for construction, architecture and transports (2015-2017)
Bosch & UMinho partnership - Phase II - INNOVATIVE CAR HMI (2015-2018)
Bosch & UMinho partnership - Phase I - HMIExcel - critical R&D in the framework of the development and production cycle of advanced multimedia solutions for automobile (2013-2015)
TROPICAL PAV - Road paving solutions for tropical climates (2014-2015)
NETT - Neural Engineering Transformative Technologies (2013-2016)
DEXGELERATION - Advanced solutions for bone regeneration based on dextrin hydrogels (2013-2015)
PROTACTICAL - Interactive and Multifunctional Personal Protective Equipment for firefighters in urban fire scenarios (2012-2015)
SustIMS - Sustainable Infrastructure Management System (2012-2015)
NATURCOMP - Development of natural fibre eco-composites (2011-2015)
HIGH TECH Fashion - Development of innovative yarns and bi-elastic thin fabrics for fashion wear (2011-2014)
NOVELTEC - Development of new technologies to support innovative product creation (2011-2014)
LEGOUSE - Cost competitive pre-fabricated modular buildings (2009-2013)
PONTALUMIS - Development of a prototype of a pedestrian bridge in GFRP-ECC concept (2009-2013)
MEOR - Advanced Techniques of Microorganism Enhanced Oil Recovery (2009-2012)