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Presentations from CDE themed call launch event on 21 February 2013. For more information on the call visit: http://www.science.mod.uk/events/event_detail.aspx?eventid=200

Presentations from CDE themed call launch event on 21 February 2013. For more information on the call visit: http://www.science.mod.uk/events/event_detail.aspx?eventid=200

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    Smart and multifunctional micro- and nano-scale materials for defence and security - CDE themed call launch 21 Feb 2013 Smart and multifunctional micro- and nano-scale materials for defence and security - CDE themed call launch 21 Feb 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • www.dstl.gov.uk21 February 2013 UNCLASSIFIED© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
    • Agenda10:30 Introduction to CDE Materials & Structures Science and10:50 Technology Centre11:05 Smart and multifunctional materials11:25 Scope of the call11:55 Materials Knowledge Transfer Network12:05 CDE proposal guidance12:15 Technical and general Q&A12:45 LUNCH – booking of one-to-ones14:00 One-to-one meetings16:00 Event close
    • Centre for Defence Enterprise 21 February 2013 UNCLASSIFIED © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
    • Prove the value of novel, high-risk, high-potential-benefit research 21 February 2013 © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Proposals received 4137 21 February 2013 UNCLASSIFIED © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
    • Proposals funded 17% 21 February 2013 UNCLASSIFIED © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
    • Value of contracts funded £36M 21 February 2013 UNCLASSIFIED © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
    • The aim of CDE21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • “National Security Through Technology” White Paper‘Building on the CDE success in providing efficientaccess to innovation, we will broaden its remit to cover both the defence and security domains.As part of this, we will seek ways to provide more support to small- and medium-sized enterprises in the development of routes to market for potential products and to enhance communication mechanisms between CDE and our suppliers’ 21 February 2013 © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • To enable delivery of cost-effective capability advantage 21 February 2013 © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • for Defence and Security21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Support to SMEs21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Communicating requirements21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Online submission21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Assessment21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • CDE advantages• Accessible• Rapid assessment• Benevolent IP arrangements• 100% funding• Easy contracting• Quick paying 21 February 2013 UNCLASSIFIED © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
    • Two routes to funding21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Defence Open Call21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Enduring challenges21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Seeking the exceptional21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • High risk – high benefit21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Enabling technologies21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • CDE funds proof21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Micro generators21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Novel fibres for CBR protection 21 February 2013 © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • CDE Marketplace21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • CDE Marketplace21 February 2013© Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • www.science.mod.uk
    • CDE themed callsStrengthening maritime security Closes 25 Feb 2013 (at 1700)Enablers for low SWaPC ISTAR Closes 15 Mar 2013 (at 1700)Smart nano-scale materials/structures Webinar 14 Mar 2013 (at 1230) Closes 12 Apr 2013 (at 1700)Countering terrorist networks Call briefing 19 Mar 2013 Webinar 26 Mar 2013Register and further details at www.science.mod.uk under ‘Events and Calls’.Future topics, details to be confirmed:• Timing and location• Armour and Protection Science and Technology Centre• Communications and networks• Medical• NDI Conference (Manchester) 5-6 March• TSB Innovate (London) 12 March 21 February 2013 UNCLASSIFIED © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl FOR PUBLIC RELEASE
    • One-to-one sessions Encourage those who have not worked with us before •General surgery days (30 mins) – any topic•Themed call launches (15 mins) – focussed on the call 21 February 2013 © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Centre for Defence Enterprise 01235 438445 cde@dstl.gov.uk www.science.mod.uk/enterprise 21 February 2013 © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Agenda10:30 Introduction to CDE Materials & Structures Science and10:50 Technology Centre11:05 Smart and multifunctional materials11:25 Scope of the call11:55 Materials Knowledge Transfer Network12:05 CDE proposal guidance12:15 Technical and general Q&A12:45 LUNCH – booking of one-to-ones14:00 One-to-one meetings16:00 Event close
    • Smart and MultifunctionalMaterialsCDE Call, 21 Feb 2013MASTSTC@dstl.gov.ukDstl 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Presentation contents• Materials and Structures Science and Technology Centre (MAST STC) and the Defence context• What are smart materials?• Examples of work funded previously in smart and multifunctional materials• Scope of callThis presentation contains images that have been granted free user rights through Wikimedia Commons. Credited 3 rdparty images have also been used where consent has been provided for use or where contractual conditions permit. 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • MAST STC and the DefenceContext 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • MAST STC Overview21 February 2013
    • Materials and Structures Scienceand Technology Centre (MASTSTC)• Maintaining the UK Defence materials S&T capability• Tri-service programme• Includes maintaining security of supply for low observable (LO) materials research• Key aspects – exploitation and responsiveness 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • MAST STC innovation activity• Core research delivered and competed through the MAST STC community – Low Observable materials – Advanced materials & structures• Innovative programme is competed annually via CDE – Competition open to UK S&T community – (MAST membership NOT required) 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • The prosperity agenda:A stronger future for advanced materials• August 2012: Prime Minister’s seminar on advanced materials – MOD CSA attended and briefed by Dstl • Big data • Space • Robotics & autonomous systems • Synthetic biology • Regenerative medicine • Agri-science • Advanced materials • Energy • UK businesses turnover £170B/pa producing and processing materials − 15% GDP − £50B export value 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • MAST STC military drivers• Improved operations• Improved protection• Sustain capability longer• Future-proof defence capability • Materials for lighter weight and lower cost military structures • Materials with added functionality • Materials for improved survivability • Materials for reduced signatures • Improved sustainability and maintainability of materials in service 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 Cleared for public release
    • Military drivers Additional information• Defence research view – See previous presentations – MAST STC: www.dstl.gov.uk/materialsandstructurestechnologycentre – CDE: www.science.mod.uk/engagement/enterprise.aspx• 10 year view – Defence Equipment Plan• 20–30 year views - DCDC – JCN 2/12: Future Land Operating Concept. – JCN 3/12: Future Air and Space Operating Concept.• DCDC global strategic trends programme: global strategic trends out to 2040. 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 Cleared for public release
    • MAST STC – core research themes• Low Observable materials • Advanced materials & structures – Microwave absorbers – Structural and protection – Infrared to ultraviolet camouflage materials – Vibro-acoustic materials • Metallics and ceramics – Metamaterials • Polymers and composites – Multifunctional materials – Through Life Capability Management (TLCM)• Cross-cutting themes & in-theatre support – Application to structures – Manufacturing – Computational materials science 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • MAST STC innovation call 2011/12• 2nd largest ever response to CDE call – 104 proposals received – 27 projects funded – 22 projects with academia and SMEs – 5 projects with Tier 1/2 companies• Projects spanned: – Low Observable materials (10 projects) – Structural and protection materials (9 projects) – Through Life Capability Management (8 projects) 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Highlights• Several studies have generated interest among MOD stakeholder community – Currently exploring opportunities for next steps (without commitment and prejudice) – Some studies still ongoing• Examples: – Next-generation armour materials – Residual fatigue life estimation – Low-glint coatings – Morphing structures 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 Cleared for public release
    • MAST STC innovation call 2013/14 http://www.science.mod.uk/events/event_detail.aspx?eventid=200 or http://www.science.mod.uk/events/events_and_calls.aspx Click on “current calls”• Announcement and briefing day 21 Feb 2013 – today!• Projects to be contracted in FY 2013/14 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Agenda10:30 Introduction to CDE Materials & Structures Science and10:50 Technology Centre11:05 Smart and multifunctional materials11:25 Scope of the call11:55 Materials Knowledge Transfer Network12:05 CDE proposal guidance12:15 Technical and general Q&A12:45 LUNCH – booking of one-to-ones14:00 One-to-one meetings16:00 Event close
    • Definition of Smart / Multifunctional 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Accepted definition• A smart material is any material that can sense some stimulus from its environment and react to it in a useful, reliable, reproducible and usually reversible manner. A really smart material will use its reaction to the external stimulus to initiate or actuate an active response, e.g. with an active control system. 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Scope for this call• Smart: – A material that can provide a useful response to a stimulus, of a form that is different to the stimulus itself (eg mechanical stimulus providing a colour change)• Multifunctional: – A material or structure combine one or more types of functionality (eg structural + electrical, protective + sensing etc) 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Lessons from nature• Limited space• Limited energy budgets• Trade-off with behavioural demands• Adequate performance for survival & propagation 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Cuttlefish Journal of Defence Science21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379© Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Multifunctional materials• Animals in dry environments need to obtain water from damp surfaces• The desert dwelling thorny devil (Moloch horridus) can take up water over the skin surface to its mouth• Moloch can extract water from sand with 3% water• Specialised skin structure are optimised for water transport Courtesy John Lewis, DSTO 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Example smart materials Response Stimulus Electrical Magnetic Optical Thermal Mechanical Chemical/ biochemical ▼Electrical Ferroelectric Paramagnetic Electrochromic Thermoelectric Piezoelectric Electrophoretic Diamagnetic Electroluminescent Electrocaloric Electrostrictive Micro-encapsulated Magnetoelectric Electro-optic Electroactive polymers chemicals FerroelectricMagnetic Magnetoresistance Paramagnetic Magneto-optic Magnetostrictive Magnetorheological fluids Hall-effect Diamagnetic Magnetocaloric Magnetostrictive Magnetoelectric Magnetic/Ferromagnetic shape memory alloysOptical Photovoltaic Magneto-optic Photochromic Photostrictive Photocatalytic Photoluminescent/ Micro-encapsulated fluorescent chemicals PhotorefractiveThermal Thermoelectric Magnetocaloric Thermochromic Shape memory alloy (SMA) Micro-encapsulated Thermocouple Thermoluminescent Shape memory polymer chemicals Pyroelectric (SMP) Intumescent materials ElectrocaloricMechanical Piezoelectric Magnetostrictive/ Mechanochromic Pyrophoric Negative Poission’s ratio Micro-encapsulated Electrostrictive piezomagnetic Triboluminescent response (auxetic materials) chemicals Piezoresistive Photoelastic Thixotropic Pyrophoric response Shear-thickening fluid/gelChemical/ Chemiresistor Chemochromic (eg Micro-encapsulatedbiochemical sensors pH strips) chemicals Chemoluminescent Super-hydrophobic ‘getters’ Antimicrobials 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Example applications 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Examples of Work FundedPreviously 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Examples of MOD-funded multifunctional materials projects University of BristolTilak Dias - University of Manchester Adaptable structures (morphing) Smart multifunctional textiles Structurally- integrated power-storage Imperial College London 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Structural power• Aim: – To integrate electrical power storage (ultracapacitor) into a structural carbon fibre composite• Rationale: – Reducing the overall mass of an unmanned air vehicle by combining functionality Credit: Imperial College 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Morphing structures• Aim: – To replace conventional control surfaces with internal systems able to morph the leading or trailing edge of a missile wing• Rationale: – Morphing the wing surface in this way enables the missile to fly straight and level, rather than at an angle of attack; results in increased range with no mass penalty Credit: MCM ITP jointly funded by MOD/DGA. 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Self-healing materials• Aim: – To demonstrate the principle of self- healing from microspheres or vascular networks• Rationale: – Composite materials may suffer from barely-visible impact damage (BVID), reducing the mechanical performance and lifetime of the structure; self-healing may help reduce the risk of failure due to BVID Credit: University of Bristol 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Evaluation of emergent actuator technologies• Aim: – To evaluate the performance of single crystal piezoelectrics and magnetic shape memory alloys, and compare these with traditional materials• Rationale: – Defence equipment uses many different types of actuator. New materials offer the potential for reduced system mass or volume, or could enable disruptive technology due to a step-change in performance. Credit: QinetiQ 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Energy harvesting (1)• Aim: – To reduce weight burden associated Burden displacement (backpack) with batteries carried by dismounted soldiers Small proof-mass• Rationale: displacement – Energy from body motion to extend Knee articulation battery life and reduce the number of spares carried by soldiers. Foot-fall 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Energy harvesting (2)• Aim: – Eliminate requirement for batteries (or replacement of) in discrete low power applications (eg wireless sensors networks for military platforms)• Rationale: – Solution harvests energy from ambient energy sources on military platforms to power low power devices and perform useful tasks – Harvesting efficiency offers capability enhancement over batteries (or operation where batteries are inconvenient to Vibrational energy harvesting replace or their use is prohibited) Credit: Perpentuum 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Agenda10:30 Introduction to CDE Materials & Structures Science and10:50 Technology Centre11:05 Smart and multifunctional materials11:25 Scope of the call11:55 Materials Knowledge Transfer Network12:05 CDE proposal guidance12:15 Technical and general Q&A12:45 LUNCH – booking of one-to-ones14:00 One-to-one meetings16:00 Event close
    • Scope of Call 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • MAST STC Innovation Call2013Smart and MultifunctionalMicro- and Nano-scaleMaterials and Structures forDefence and Security21 February 2013 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 Cleared for public release
    • Driver for the call• Smart and multifunctional materials, structures and technologies represent a diverse and multidisciplinary area which offers significant opportunities for the UK’s security across both short and long term timescales• Technical advancements in the ability to engineer micro- and nano-materials and structures mean it is becoming increasingly possible to model, design and construct materials with unique properties 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 Cleared for public release
    • Aims of the call• To support and enhance MOD’s strategic awareness of the importance of responsive (smart) materials, coatings and structures.• Indicate how these materials will deliver significant improvements over current capabilities and: – Enable enhanced performance and new functionality; – Support platform availability and life extension; – Future proof capability against evolving needs and threats. 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Potential interest areas• Smart coatings• Intelligent textiles• Smart packaging• Intelligent systems• Adaptive morphing structures• Advanced manufacturing• Modelling• Novel multifunctional materials 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Smart coatings• New approaches to intelligent Health and Usage Monitors (HUMs) enabling equipment, structures and components to possess – A much more intrinsic, even sentient, self-awareness.• Alternatively, smart coatings could contribute to signature control 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Intelligent textiles• Recent developments in intelligent textiles promise to produce a quantum leap in their functionality – Fully encapsulate integrated functionality within the fibres of textile yarns to provide a robust, inexpensive, flexible platform for a host of enhanced capabilities – A reduction in their cost of development 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Smart packaging• The use of smart materials in packaging applications offers opportunities for better understanding the logistic supply chain and could provide essential information required to understand the long-term storage histories of military equipment 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Intelligent systems• Intelligent systems offer future potential for defence and security applications from embedding intelligent sensing, information processing, communication and other functionality within components and structures; an example could include the ability to manage the signature of a structure 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Adaptive morphing structures• Adaptive (morphing) structures offer significant benefit to a number of military platforms: – Removal of conventional flight control surface – Improvement in electromagnetic signature – Increased endurance through the weight-savings – Improved hydrodynamic efficiency 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Advanced manufacturing• In the future, 3D printers will offer product developers and manufacturers the ability to print parts and assemblies made of several materials with different mechanical and physical properties in a single build process – The interest here is not only in the bottom-up design and fabrication of materials but whether emerging manufacturing tools can be used to produce highly complex multifunctional materials with new and unique capabilities 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Modelling• Proposals that model the complex behaviour that emerges from a new generation of engineered materials with highly coupled multifunctional properties is of interest in terms of predicting, optimising and ultimately understanding the relevance of these materials or systems in a defence and security context 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • What we are looking for (1)• Potential areas of interest to defence and security include (but are not limited to) those that: – Support weight and cost reduction and aid reliability / repairability – Accurately detect or predict the in-service and in-situ property changes of defence materials – Smart structures, materials or coatings, for example flow control, control-surface actuation or switchable adhesives 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • What we are looking for (2) – The development of self-diagnostic and self-healing systems, or systems enabling low cost thermal and multispectral signature control – Energy harvesting elements if associated with an embedded multifunctionality – Advanced manufacturing techniques for producing novel smart or multifunctional materials – Novel multifunctional materials that offer a structural property in addition to another functionality. While pure structural power will not be considered, other combinations of storage within a novel structural component may be 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Military capability• It is important for potential suppliers to keep in mind the wide range of defence platform types, structures, equipment and devices. Platforms range from: – Futuristic nano-unmanned vehicles – Large ships, land vehicles and aircraft – Tents or large deployable operating bases or headquarters – Radios, weapons or clothing 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • • Call is relevant to a broad spectrum of military equipment and structures from those used on the front line to those used to provide the logistic support 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • What we are NOT looking for• Proposals that do not provide an understanding of the defence or security relevance, however futuristic• State-of-the-art reviews• Energy harvesting for medium to high power demands, such as portable electronics (eg cell phone scale), soldier power applications and larger scale platforms• Established Health and Usage Monitors (HUMs) ie fibre Bragg gratings for strain measurement• Proposals associated with structural power. This subject matter is already covered within the MAST STC core programme 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • What we are NOT looking for• Intelligent textiles where the predominant functionality is not embedded into the textile – eg achieved by packaging discrete devices into pockets or where conducting yarns are woven into fabrics or where the proposal is solely focused on delivering ICT backbone (infrastructure) functionality• Advanced manufacturing or modelling that is not focused on smart or multifunctional materials• Multifunctional materials that are not novel or are not integrated into a novel design If in doubt please use MAST inbox for clarification: MASTSTC@dstl.gov.uk 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Key features for successfulproposals• Internationally or nationally leading research• Teaming: Academia/SMEs + Defence industry• Communicate technical outcomes in a defence context – So what?• Must have a clear Defence and Security application – Exploitation plan – Next steps and long-term vision/routemap 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Innovative studiesWithout commitment or prejudice:• Short duration studies, less then 1 year, typically 6-9 months duration• Typically £30k-£100k – Seeking a larger number of lower value proposals within the ~£500k budget• High-quality proof-of-principle/concepts studies• Successful studies may be pulled through into the MAST STC core programme in future, but no guarantee – It is desirable that you scope out what further research may entail – What is your vision for the next phase? 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379 © Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • 21 February 2013 DSTL/PUB70379© Crown copyright 2012 Dstl Cleared for public release
    • Agenda10:30 Introduction to CDE Materials & Structures Science and10:50 Technology Centre11:05 Smart and multifunctional materials11:25 Scope of the call11:55 Materials Knowledge Transfer Network12:05 CDE proposal guidance12:15 Technical and general Q&A12:45 LUNCH – booking of one-to-ones14:00 One-to-one meetings16:00 Event close
    • Centre for Defence Enterprise – Smart Materials Call Steve Morris Technology Manager - Smart Materials and Emerging Technologies Knowledge Transfer Networkswww.materialsktn.net Accelerating business innovation; a Technology Strategy Board
    • Materials KTN Vision: To bring together the materials supply chain to improve industrial innovation and global competitiveness of UK business .... helping the materials community to make connections by providing a link between industry, research and investment. Knowledge Transfer Networkswww.materialsktn.net Accelerating business innovation; a Technology Strategy Board
    • Partnering Event • 1st March 2013 • The Institute of Materials Minerals and Mining, London • Enable organisations to publicise their skills of relevance to this call • Enable organisations to solicit for partners to bid into the call • Provide networking opportunities to help build consortia to respond to the call Knowledge Transfer Networkswww.materialsktn.net Accelerating business innovation; a Technology Strategy Board
    • Partnering Event • Elevator Pitches sessions are brief presentations covering • Name • Company • Technology • What seeking - Partner, project idea, etc. • Following each group of presentations, there will be time for one to one discussion on the offerings. Knowledge Transfer Networkswww.materialsktn.net Accelerating business innovation; a Technology Strategy Board
    • Materials KTN What we do: • Technology and design support to the materials community • Driving innovation and development • Knowledge exchange • Support for R&D funding and partnership brokerage • Facilitating/Contributing to Government Strategy Knowledge Transfer Networkswww.materialsktn.net Accelerating business innovation; a Technology Strategy Board
    • Materials KTNOur NetworkOver 9000 individual membersfrom 5000 organisations50% from Industry20% from Academia20% from the Design Community10% Other inc. Government,RTOs and Consultants Knowledge Transfer Networkswww.materialsktn.net Accelerating business innovation; a Technology Strategy Board
    • The Materials KTN Pol ymers Energy Composite Cri me Meta ls Construction s Preventi on Material Application s s Technical Sma rt Tra ns port Hea lth Textil es Ma teri als Na tura l Securi ty & Cera mi cs Pa cka ging Ma teri als Defence Raw Materials Modelling and Characterisation and Life Cycle Impact Sustainable Design Sourcing Simulation NDT Knowledge Transfer Networkswww.materialsktn.net Accelerating business innovation; a Technology Strategy Board
    • Materials and Design and the UK Economy • Materials have an annual turnover around £200Bn • Exports around £50Bn • Imports around £60Bn • Both Materials and Design are key to innovation • 70% of new innovation is underpinned by materials • More than 80% is differentiated by design • UK has world-class reputation in materials knowledge and design Knowledge Transfer Networkswww.materialsktn.net Accelerating business innovation; a Technology Strategy Board
    • Get in touch steve.morris@materialsktn.net Knowledge Transfer Networkswww.materialsktn.net Accelerating business innovation; a Technology Strategy Board
    • Agenda10:30 Introduction to CDE Materials & Structures Science and10:50 Technology Centre11:05 Smart and multifunctional materials11:25 Scope of the call11:55 Materials Knowledge Transfer Network12:05 CDE proposal guidance12:15 Technical and general Q&A12:45 LUNCH – booking of one-to-ones14:00 One-to-one meetings16:00 Event close
    • Centre for Defence EnterpriseSubmitting a Successful Proposal Centre for Defence Enterprise www.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk UNCLASSIFIED / FOR PUBLIC RELEASE Crown Copyright (c) 2012
    • Maximising your chances
    • Know what is available Centre for Defence Enterprisewww.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk Dstl is part of the Ministry of Defence UNCLASSIFIED / For Public Release Crown Copyright Dstl 2012
    • Know what is available Centre for Defence Enterprise www.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk Dstl is part of the Ministry of Defence UNCLASSIFIED / For Public Release Crown Copyright Dstl 2012
    • Know what is availableRead availableinformationIncluding CDEmanualsEspecially Quick StartGuide Centre for Defence Enterprise www.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk Dstl is part of the Ministry of Defence UNCLASSIFIED / For Public Release Crown Copyright Dstl 2012
    • Developing a CDE proposal Centre for Defence Enterprise www.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk Dstl is part of the Ministry of Defence UNCLASSIFIED / For Public Release Crown Copyright Dstl 2012
    • Value from technologyInnovative Futureconcept capability PoC Incremental development Dstl is part of the Ministry of Defence
    • Assessmentmins
    • Proposal health check Centre for Defence Enterprisewww.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk UNCLASSIFIED / FOR PUBLIC RELEASE Crown Copyright (c) 2012
    • Claim of future benefit
    • Contribution to future benefit
    • Logical programme of work
    • Generation of evidence
    • Demonstration of progress
    • Health checkBased on a claim of future benefitContribution to realisation of future benefitLogical programme of workEvidential outcomesDemonstration of progress towards goal Centre for Defence Enterprise www.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk UNCLASSIFIED / FOR PUBLIC RELEASE Crown Copyright (c) 2012
    • Government furnished X Centre for Defence Enterprise www.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk Dstl is part of the Ministry of Defence UNCLASSIFIED / For Public Release Crown Copyright Dstl 2012
    • Ethics
    • Unclassified
    • Early birds
    • Deadline Call closes: 17:00 hrs onFriday 12 April 2013 Centre for Defence Enterprise www.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk Dstl is part of the Ministry of Defence UNCLASSIFIED / For Public Release Crown Copyright Dstl 2012
    • Call process queries Centre for Defence Enterprise 01235 438445 cde@dstl.gov.ukwww.science.mod.uk/enterprise Centre for Defence Enterprise www.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk UNCLASSIFIED / FOR PUBLIC RELEASE Crown Copyright (c) 2012
    • Call technical queriesMASTSTC@dstl.gov.uk Centre for Defence Enterprise www.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk Dstl is part of the Ministry of Defence UNCLASSIFIED / For Public Release Crown Copyright Dstl 2012
    • Further information www.science.mod.ukEvents and Calls > Current calls for proposals > Smart and Multifunctional Materials Webinar – Thursday 14 March 2013 12:30-13:30 Details on the call webpage Email craig.cook@aadktn.co.uk to join Centre for Defence Enterprise www.science.mod.uk/enterprise cde@dstl.gov.uk Dstl is part of the Ministry of Defence UNCLASSIFIED / For Public Release Crown Copyright Dstl 2012
    • One-to-one sessions Encourage those who have not worked with us before •Book over lunch at registration desk•15 mins – focussed on the call – prepare your questions 21 February 2013 © Crown copyright 2013 Dstl
    • Agenda10:30 Introduction to CDE Materials & Structures Science and10:50 Technology Centre11:05 Smart and multifunctional materials11:25 Scope of the call11:55 Materials Knowledge Transfer Network12:05 CDE proposal guidance12:15 Technical and general Q&A12:45 LUNCH – booking of one-to-ones14:00 One-to-one meetings16:00 Event close
    • Agenda10:30 Introduction to CDE Materials & Structures Science and10:50 Technology Centre11:05 Smart and multifunctional materials11:25 Scope of the call11:55 Materials Knowledge Transfer Network12:05 CDE proposal guidance12:15 Technical and general Q&A12:45 LUNCH – booking of one-to-ones14:00 One-to-one meetings16:00 Event close