Published March 20, 2024 | Version v1
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Report on NMBP-35 Workshop: "From Research to Industry: How Characterisation and Digitization Change the Game"

  • 1. ROR icon National Technical University of Athens
  • 2. ROR icon Spanish National Research Council
  • 3. Università degli Studi Roma Tre
  • 4. ROR icon Danish Technological Institute
  • 5. ROR icon European Synchrotron Radiation Facility
  • 6. Goldbeck Consulting Ltd
  • 7. EU Project Officer


The NMBP-35 workshop "From Research to Industry: How Characterisation & Digitization Changed the Game" emphasized the importance of advanced characterization tools and computer modelling for developing next-generation materials, highlighting their role in achieving sustainable and safe manufacturing practices within Industry 4.0 and 5.0. The workshop explored the benefits of combining real-time data with cutting-edge modelling to reduce reliance on experiments and accelerate innovation. Integrating these processes into industrial research and development can lead to reliable materials design, efficient production scale-up, and improved quality control. Additionally, the need for open-access characterization tools and models throughout the material development chain can be achieved through user-driven Open Innovation Test Beds. A collaboration via European initiatives is crucial for fostering progress in materials science and industrial advancements.



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