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Research and Innovation
Needs and potential
Impacts:
H2020 WP2018-2020
Dr. Lisa O’Donoghue
4 Perspectives
Different perspectives from different activities and experiences
 Research Academic: Materials Science and...
Raw Materials Ireland
Spin Out Company Perspective
 Founder of Spin Out company: Votechnik
 5 patents: granted and pending
 Licence Agreement...
Mining
Refining &
smelting
Recycling and
recovery
Construction
Gov. Agency
& policy
Research
Coms
companies
European Innov...
BRAVO for – Circular Economy – €10M H2020 Bid
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EIT Raw Materials
 Member of the EIT Raw Materials
 Sat on Management Team as Innovation Strategist
for the Northern CoL...
H2020 WP2018-2020
 2.2 circular economy:
 “products” are a key focus while a focus on “products and processes” would wid...
In General
 EIT Raw Materials
 Funding aspects i.e. sc5 funds mid to high TRL while KIC funds high TRL
 Experience: ind...
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EPA H2020 SC5 Info Day: Research and Innovation Needs and potential Impacts: H2020 WP2018-2020 - Dr. Lisa O’Donoghue, University of Limerick

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Presentation on Research and Innovation Needs and potential Impacts: H2020 WP2018-2020 - Dr. Lisa O’Donoghue, University of Limerick given at Session 3c at EPA H2020 SC5 Info Day 7.10.16

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EPA H2020 SC5 Info Day: Research and Innovation Needs and potential Impacts: H2020 WP2018-2020 - Dr. Lisa O’Donoghue, University of Limerick

  1. 1. Research and Innovation Needs and potential Impacts: H2020 WP2018-2020 Dr. Lisa O’Donoghue
  2. 2. 4 Perspectives Different perspectives from different activities and experiences  Research Academic: Materials Science and Engineering  Running research projects in the field of Raw materials and specifically on metals recovery and hydrometallurgy funded by EPA:  Automated LCD recycling  LCD-VAL: Indium recovery from LCDs  Al-Source: CRM recovery from bauxite residue  Raw Materials Ireland: CRM recovery synergies from multiple by-product sources  Focus on early to mid TRL
  3. 3. Raw Materials Ireland
  4. 4. Spin Out Company Perspective  Founder of Spin Out company: Votechnik  5 patents: granted and pending  Licence Agreements  Investment  Manufacturing  European Eco-Innovation support: higher TRL  €1.6m ReVolv pilot to launch the technology in Denmark
  5. 5. Mining Refining & smelting Recycling and recovery Construction Gov. Agency & policy Research Coms companies European Innovation Partnership
  6. 6. BRAVO for – Circular Economy – €10M H2020 Bid Footer text here 6
  7. 7. EIT Raw Materials  Member of the EIT Raw Materials  Sat on Management Team as Innovation Strategist for the Northern CoLocation  Market impacts, Job creation, sustainable supply of raw material sand CRM for Europe  Set Target  Funds higher TRL and close to market  KIC is designed to short circuit good innovations to market
  8. 8. H2020 WP2018-2020  2.2 circular economy:  “products” are a key focus while a focus on “products and processes” would widen the scope  Integration of digital solutions could also be augmented with other technologies of the future such automation and robotics  Potential for a focus on the reuse business model/ more focus on business models to support circular economy. How to companies make revenue if products last longer…  Business models for closed loop CRM recycling with in EU – infrastructure requirements, business case required, centralised activities for EU  Legislation and specific barriers to circular economy – welcome more innovation deals activities  2.45 raw materials  Augment the use of ICT enabled solutions with the potential for automation and robotics integrations to – this would have the potential to reduce the cost of recovery operations and aid the business case for recovery  Continue to focus on the potential of secondary raw materials as well as primary  Support funding for EIP activities – CSA , networking etc…  Cross fertilisation: International strategy: the KIC Raw materials has an internationalisation strategy as well. Synergies rather then replication!
  9. 9. In General  EIT Raw Materials  Funding aspects i.e. sc5 funds mid to high TRL while KIC funds high TRL  Experience: industries have technologies developed that are not being publicised. Academic journals and patents are always a true reflection of state of art.  Impact of the EIPs:  Benefits from networks, cross fertilizations and academic and industrial engagement  Potential for competitors with in a sector to engage each other  Huge source of higher TRL technologies
  10. 10. Thank you

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