Projects

Critical Materials in Circular Economy of Cities (Romulus), funding €7 million, funding period: 1 Jan 2022-31 Dec 2025

Projects belonging to the Romulus Academy programme are listed below. You find more information about the funding decisions on our WebFocus page.


Towards urban symbiosis of critical raw materials: collaborative value creation models in circular ecosystems (UrbanSymbiosis)

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  • Maria Antikainen, Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.
  • Anna Aminoff, Hanken School of Economics 
  • David Lazarevic, Finnish Environment Institute SYKE

 

Multi-level governance of critical materials for future electric mobility (GoverMat)

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  • Marja Elina Huttunen-Saarivirta, Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.
  • Ari Jokilaakso, Aalto University
  • Ulla Lassi, University of Oulu
  • Rauno Sairinen, University of Eastern Finland

 

Municipal solid waste incineration residues as secondary resource for metal recovery and construction materials

 

Viable magnesium ecosystem: exploiting Mg from magnesium silicates with carbon capture and utilization (MAGNEX)

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  • Päivö Kinnunen, University of Oulu
  • Erkki Levänen, Tampere University
  • Ron Zevenhoven, Åbo Akademi University

 

Ecodesign of solar technologies for urban environment (ECOSOL)

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  • Kati Miettunen, University of Turku
  • Pekka Heikkinen, Aalto University
  • Annukka Santasalo-Aarnio, Aalto University

 

FUSUMIN - Focused Ultrasound for Urban Mining

 

SmartCycling. Optimising the circular economy of batteries with artificial intelligence aided designs

 

Governing Transition to a Circular City: Engaging public and private stakeholders in the circular economy

 

M-ERA.NET 3, funding period 1 Sep. 2022 – 31 Aug. 2025, funding € 125 000

M-ERA.NET is a strong European network of public funding organisations supporting and increasing coordination and convergence of national and regional funding programmes on research and innovation related to materials and battery technologies to support the European Green Deal.

 

Nanocarbon materials for sustainable battery technology (NACAB)

 

Gradient- och multimaterialbearbetning av nästa generations solid-state-litiumbatterier med hjälp av direkt materialbearbetning

 

Gallium Oxide Fabrication with Ion Beams

 

Bio-sourced alternatives for lithium-silicon anodes

 

Bio-inspired interfaces for the development of next generation degradable multi-phase materials

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