NanoMECommons will establish a transnational and multidisciplinary research and innovation network to tackle the problem of nanomechanical materials characterisation in multiple industries.
The focus of NanoMECommons is to employ innovative nano-scale mechanical testing procedures in real industrial environments, by developing harmonised and widely accepted characterisation methods, with reduced measurement discrepancy, and improved interoperability and traceability of data.
To achieve this goal, NanoMECommons will offer protocols for multi-technique, multi-scale characterisations of mechanical properties in a range of industrially relevant sectors, together with novel tools for data sharing and wider applicability across NMBP domain: reference materials, specific ontologies and standardised data documentation.
NanoMECommons is a 4-year project, which started in February 2021 and it is led by the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). This project is funded by the EU H2020 Research and Innovation action – RIA (€ 5 9 million – Grant Agreement 952869 – Call: DT- NMBP-35-2020). It has the participation of 19 partners (11 from industry and 8 academia and research), coming from 10 countries