Researchers from TDLab have teamed up with 32 parties from research and industry to work together on developing safe and cost-effective solutions for HyTROS - “Hydrogen Transport, Offshore and Storage” within the WP2 of the GroenvermogenNL.
The project Molecules to Circular Energy Generation at Scale (MoCEGS) aims to optimize energy trading, improve system circularity, mitigate uncertainty shocks, and exploit chemical utilization via a unique energy planning framework.
The project members aim to develop and assess an artificial intelligence (AI) decision-making model capable of accurately sorting packages that are presently misclassified, including distinguishing between food and non-food packaging items.
Process data is valuable because it's accurately measured and contains in-depth company knowledge. This knowledge enhances the data's quality and predictive value, allowing historical data analysis for better outcomes.
The PANACEA project is a public-private and interdisciplinary collaboration with academic and industrial organisations aiming to provide access to instrumentation and experiments in solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to European chemists.
The SYNOPTICS programme will adopt a unique synoptic approach by using all properties of light: amplitude, phase, polarisation and multi-wavelength, to achieve breakthroughs in optical resolution and sensitivity.
TRIAGE develops an advanced air pollution monitoring system using photonic sensing technology. This portable, high-performance device detects molecular gases with high precision in real-time, filling gaps in local community air quality monitoring.
A consortium is developing a sensor to detect disease-specific odours from animals, aiming to provide farmers with early warnings. The focus is on studying volatile organic compounds (VOCs) as potential biomarkers in e-nose-based sensors.
Current policies are not optimal, resulting in only 30% of consumer plastic waste being recycled. This is why the MUNITION project is developing a digital tool that enables evidence-based choices for source separation or post-separation.
In this project we study scattering resonances in chemical reactions involving molecules like OH, NO, NH3 and H2CO. Using external fields, we manipulate molecular collisions in order to require deeper insights in the secrets of cold molecular systems