The long-term effects of climate change are well known. But what about next year, or in three years? A soon to end research project has developed a tool for exactly this purpose. The ARCPATH tool can become a game changer in both the private and public sector.
We hope to follow the temperature dependent exchange-coupling mechanism of the magnetic nanocomposite CoFe2O4/CoFe2 and to follow the sintering process of magnetic W-type Sr-hexaferrite in an effort to increase the magnetic properties.
The development of smart cities of the future calls for innovative usage of emerging technologies, as well as for novel and effective forms of collaboration across a large number of heterogeneous stakeholders, such as municipal decision-makers, entrepreneurs, and citizens.
This programme aims to address major societal needs by strengthening the competitiveness of freight transport, creating know-how and building stronger cooperation between research communities, industry, and ministries in a Nordic context.