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"Teadusuuringute ning tehnoloogia arendamise 7. raamprogramm (7RP)" projekt VFP655
VFP655 "Excellent Tallinn University of Technology Research Chair in Green Chemistry and Technology (1.05.2014−30.04.2019)", Nicholas Gathergood, Tallinna Tehnikaülikool.
VFP655
Excellent Tallinn University of Technology Research Chair in Green Chemistry and Technology
Excellent Tallinn University of Technology Research Chair in Green Chemistry and Technology
Excellent Tallinn University of Technology Research Chair in Green Chemistry and Technology
1.05.2014
30.04.2019
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Teadusuuringute ning tehnoloogia arendamise 7. raamprogramm (7RP)
ValdkondAlamvaldkondCERCS erialaFrascati Manual’i erialaProtsent
1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused1.9. Keskkonnaohtlikke aineid käsitlevad uuringudP305 Keskkonnakeemia 1.3. Keemiateadused (keemia ja muud seotud teadused)50,0
4. Loodusteadused ja tehnika4.11. Keemia ja keemiatehnikaP390 Orgaaniline keemia 1.3. Keemiateadused (keemia ja muud seotud teadused)50,0
AsutusRollPeriood
Tallinna Tehnikaülikoolkoordinaator01.05.2014−30.04.2019
AsutusRiikTüüp
Euroopa Komisjon
PerioodSumma
01.05.2014−30.04.20192 285 081,75 EUR
2 285 081,75 EUR

"The great challenge in the 21 century chemistry is related to sustainability, and one possible solution is introduction into chemical thinking the principles of green chemistry. The challenge of green chemistry is to devise sustainable strategies that meet the demand for chemical products from ever-increasing population. Their greatest challenge is eventual elimination of environmentally harmful chemical products and replacing with compounds having low toxicity and rapid biodegradability while retaining their desired effect. To bring these developments from the laboratory into practical use chemists and chemical engineers must work together. Green chemistry is good term to bring together specialists in academia and industry. The aim of the Chair is concentrate all these thematic in the Institute of Chemistry under one strategic lead which in result will improve research quality on sustainability, basics of green technology and green chemistry. The new Chair should create an environment where overlapping of these outstanding but so far separate research topics is maximized and synergetic effect is expected. It is important to have dense feedback with chemical and associated industries to remain on technology leadership and innovation. There are collected related elements of organic and bio-organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, material science, biotechnology and chemical technology where our institute is able to participate: catalysis (including asymmetric and organocatalysis) in organic synthesis; synthesis of nanomaterials for catalysis and new analytical methods, good collaboration with nano-toxicological research; biotechnology and biocatalysis for biomass treatment; benign methods in analytical chemistry . Better use of chemistry and biotechnology besides advancing in development of new materials will enable increased eco-efficiency of the industry and help increase the reputation of chemical industry. Environmentally friendly and efficient chemistry is very innovative and it should inspire more students to take up careers in science and technology. "
"The great challenge in the 21 century chemistry is related to sustainability, and one possible solution is introduction into chemical thinking the principles of green chemistry. The challenge of green chemistry is to devise sustainable strategies that meet the demand for chemical products from ever-increasing population. Their greatest challenge is eventual elimination of environmentally harmful chemical products and replacing with compounds having low toxicity and rapid biodegradability while retaining their desired effect. To bring these developments from the laboratory into practical use chemists and chemical engineers must work together. Green chemistry is good term to bring together specialists in academia and industry. The aim of the Chair is concentrate all these thematic in the Institute of Chemistry under one strategic lead which in result will improve research quality on sustainability, basics of green technology and green chemistry. The new Chair should create an environment where overlapping of these outstanding but so far separate research topics is maximized and synergetic effect is expected. It is important to have dense feedback with chemical and associated industries to remain on technology leadership and innovation. There are collected related elements of organic and bio-organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, material science, biotechnology and chemical technology where our institute is able to participate: catalysis (including asymmetric and organocatalysis) in organic synthesis; synthesis of nanomaterials for catalysis and new analytical methods, good collaboration with nano-toxicological research; biotechnology and biocatalysis for biomass treatment; benign methods in analytical chemistry . Better use of chemistry and biotechnology besides advancing in development of new materials will enable increased eco-efficiency of the industry and help increase the reputation of chemical industry. Environmentally friendly and efficient chemistry is very innovative and it should inspire more students to take up careers in science and technology. "
TegevusProtsent
Alusuuring50,0
Rakendusuuring50,0