ACTIVATE after 18 months

The fourth ACTIVATE project consortium meeting took place online on 28th April 2022. Here is a short summary of the meeting and its conclusions. ACTIVATE project is currently in its most intensive phase related to construction, experimental and modeling works. All work package leaders reported achievements after the first halftime of the project. The attention […]

ACTIVATE project on the PIS-PAN Scientific Seminar

The objectives of our project were presented during the Scientific Seminar of the Polish Institute of Combustion and the Combustion Section of the Committee on Thermodynamics and Combustion of the Polish Academy of Sciences.The seminar was held remotely on the MS Teams on April 20, 2022. This event was devoted to the presentation of selected […]

ACTIVATE Seminar 2021

The first promotional Seminar on ACTIVATE took place on 1 December 2021. 88 participants from all over the world met virtually on Ms Teams webinar platform to get familiar with the project concepts, progress, challenges, future plans, but also to listen to Keynote speeches given by the Invited Experts. The keynote presentations: Terese Løvås, NTNU, Overview […]

ACTIVATE after 12 months

The third ACTIVATE project consortium meeting took place online on 28th October 2021. Here is a short summary of the meeting and its conclusions: Firstly, Wojciech Adamczyk, Principal Investigator of the ACTIVATE project started the meeting by greeting all of the participants and presenting the agenda of the meeting. Then, he made a general summary […]

Free Online Seminar

After the first year of working on an ammonia fueled diesel engine, we have a pleasure to invite all of you to our seminar. It’s free to register online event which will be held on 1st December 2021 from 9 -12 AM (UTC+1). Click on the link in order to register for the event: Join […]

D4.1 – methodology path is paved

Deliverable D4.1 is available online. The report can be downloaded directly here: D4.1 Map and quantification of all material and energy inputs and outputs.