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Knowledge Innovation Market Barcelona Foundation (KIM bcn)

 Contact details
Contact personMrs. Meritxell Pujol 
StreetVeneçuela, 103, 1st Floor 
Address 08019 - Barcelona (Spain) 
Phone(+34) 93 266 71 38 
EmailShow Email
Webhttp://kimglobal.com/who-are/?lang=en
 Organisation details
Employees (in Depart.) 
Organisation TypeOther 
 Research Focus

 Fields of activities:
» Computer sciences
» Systems sciences
» Agriculture
» Architecture and design
» Business and Management
» Engineering
» Environmental sciences
» Family and consumer service
» Health sciences
» Human physical performance and recreation
» Journalism, mass media and communication
» Law
» Public affairs
» Social work
» Transport planning
» Other applied sciences

 Brief description of your activity focus
We help companies, research centres, investors and public administrations to improve the return on their R&D investments.

 Details about Expertise / Competences / Technologies
The goal of KIMbcn Foundation is to contribute to the improvement of competiveness and technology progress of
companies by:

Providing specialised services related to evaluating the technological level of companies.
Applying or transferring technology for prospection and market penetration in the short, medium and long term.
Applying or transferring technology linked to obtaining funding for companies in any of the financial or
participative means strictly foreseen within legislation.
Collaborating and developing joint projects with other agents (universities, research centres, technology parks,
public administrations…).
Disseminating emerging scientific technologies, connecting the most prominent national and international
institutions of research and development.
Organising exhibitions, conferences, debates, trainings and seminars.
Elaborating, editing, publishing and selling books, magazines, audio-visual materials and multimedia materials.
 Research Activities

 EU Framework Programme related activities:
» EURO-1-2014: Resilient and sustainable economic and monetary union in Europe
» EURO 2-2014: The European growth agenda
» EURO 3-2014: European societies after the crisis
» EURO 4-2014: Political challenges for Europe
» EURO-5-2015: ERA-NET on Smart Urban Futures
» EURO-6-2015: Meeting new societal needs by using emerging technologies in the public sector
» YOUNG-1-2014: Early job insecurity and labour market exclusion
» YOUNG-2-2014: Youth mobility: opportunities, impacts, policies
» YOUNG-5-2014: Societal and political engagement of young people and their perspectives on Europe
» YOUNG-3-2015: Lifelong learning for young adults: better policies for growth and inclusion in EU
» YOUNG-4-2015: The young as a driver of social change
» REFLECTIVE-1-2014: ERA-NET on Uses of the past
» REFLECTIVE-7-2014: Advanced 3D modelling for accessing and understanding European cultural assets
» REFLECTIVE-9-2014: Social Platform on Reflective Societies
» REFLECTIVE-10-2014: Mobilising the network of National Contact Points in Societal Challenge 6
» REFLECTIVE-2-2015: Emergence and transmission of European cultural heritage and Europeanisation
» REFLECTIVE-3-2015: European cohesion, regional and urban policies and the perceptions of Europe
» REFLECTIVE-4-2015: Cultural opposition in the former socialist countries
» REFLECTIVE-5-2015: The cultural heritage of war in contemporary Europe
» REFLECTIVE-6-2015: Innovation ecosystems of digital cultural assets
» REFLECTIVE-7-2014: Advanced 3D modelling for accessing and understanding European cultural assets
» REFLECTIVE-8-2015: Communication and dissemination platform
» INT-1-2014/2015: Enhancing and focusing research and innovation cooperation with the Unions key international partner countries
» INT-2-2014/2015: Encouraging the research and innovation cooperation between the Union and selected regional partners
» INT-3-2015: Europe's contribution to a value-based global order and its contestants
» INT-4-2015: The European Union's contribution to global development: in search of greater policy coherence
» INT-5-2015: Rethinking the European Union crisis response mechanism in light of recent conflicts
» INT-6-2015: Re-invigorating the partnership between the two shores of the Mediterranean
» INT-7-2015: Towards a new geopolitical order in the South and East Mediterranean region
» INT-8-2015: The European Union and the Eastern Partnership
» INT-9-2015: The European Union, Turkey and its wider neighbourhood: challenges and opportunities
» INT-10-2015: The European Union and integration challenges in the Balkans
» INT-11-2015: European cultural and science diplomacy: exploiting the potential of culture and science in the EU's external relations
» INT-12-2015: The cultural, scientific and social dimension of EU-LAC relations
» INSO-1-2014/2015: ICT-enabled open government
» INSO-2-2014: Understanding and supporting business model innovation
» INSO-3-2014: The economic impact of the Innovation Union
» INSO-6-2014: Platform for ICT for Learning and Inclusion
» INSO-7-2014: Towards joint programming under Horizon 2020
» INSO-8-2014: Synchronised Call initiatives
» INSO-4-2015: Innovative schemes for open innovation and science 2.0
» INSO-5-2015: Social innovation Community
» INSO-10-2015: SME business model innovation

 International and national projects beyond EU Framework Programme
List International Projects beyond EU Framework Programme:

1)Eramus+ 2015 AQUAPATH Eurocrea Merchant Srl
2) H2020 2015 REGROUND University of Duisburg-Essen
3)H2020 2015 PROGRESS-TT Pera Consulting Ltd
4)H2020 2015 LUMENTILE Universitá degli Studi di Pavia
5)FP7 2012 REWAGEN- 283018 Fraunhofer
6)FP7 2012 NOSHAN - 312140 LEITAT
7)FP7 2013 THERMACO - 608978 Technical University of Chemnitz
8)FP7 2013 NanoCaTe - 604647 Fraunhofer


Brief explanation about listed projects:

1) REGROUND. The basic concept of REGROUND technology is the creation of an adsorptive in situ barrier for the
immobilization of toxic metal contaminations. This barrier is made of iron oxide nanoparticles, which are injected into
sediments as colloidal suspension, forming stable deposits there.

2) PROGRESS-TT. PROGRESS-TT will transfer the expertise of Europe’s leading PROs to those with the greatest
potential to grow. It will gather best practices from leading PROs and thought leaders and formulate it into Europe’s
most definitive TT tools, methods and insights. It will then begin a programme of knowledge transfer tailored to the
audience’s level of ‘readiness’ to grow.

3) LUMENTILE. LUMENTILE originates from an idea of disruptive innovation, where the joint use of new technologies
creates added value and new functionalities for traditional materials, thus turning the classical ceramic tile into a
“multifunctional electronic luminous tile” realized by large area and organic electronics. LUMENTILE can be also
considered as design-driven innovation, where we give a different meaning to the use of light driven by the design, by
empowering it to be used as a radical different designed element for architecture, as a skin integrated element for
interior design, lighting or advertising purposes.

4) THERMACO. Smart Thermal conductive AI MMCs by casting is an FP7 Project with the focus on the expanding
demand for heat evacuation applications in fields such as power microelectronics, e-mobility or (renewable) energy
generation, which is motivating todays suppliers to come up with increasingly improved heat conductive materials.
THERMACO started in September 2013 and aims to develop specialized improved heat conductive materials based on
Aluminium metal matrix composites improved with carbon-based thermal reinforcements.


5) REWAGEN. The aim is the development of a prototype of a water treatment system based on the sequential
combination of three technologies: electro-coagulation, electro oxidation and a technology, for energy saving and the
reutilisation of the resulting regenerated water for different applications: more efficient in terms of wastewater
treatment and self-sustaining in terms of energy needs.

6) Aquapath. Eramus+ Programme.

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