P1 – IOS

Prof. Aleksandra Lobnik

IOS, Institute for Environmental Protection and Sensors Ltd.

Beloruska 7, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia

P2 – SLU

Assoc. Prof. Gulaim Seisenbaeva

Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet

Molecular Sciences

Almas allé 5, 7015, 75007 Uppsala, Sweden


Prof. Galo Soler-Illia

Instituto de Nanosistemas-UNSAM


Av 25 de Mayo, 1021, 1650 San Martín, Argentina


Dr. Jean-Olivier Durand

CNRS – Institut Charles Gerhardt de Montpellier – UMR5253

Université de Montpellier, Place EugèneBataillon, CC 1700 – Bâtiment

17, 34095 Montpellier Cedex 5, France – ANR


Dr. Aude MEZY


Place EugèneBataillon, cc1701, 34095 Montpellier, France – ANR


P1 – IOS Institute for Environmental Protection and Sensors

Institute for Environmental protection and Sensors is an SME, focused to the research and development that deals with themeasurement, research, education and supply of scientific and professional information concerning new materials/nanomaterials,sustainably technologies, environmental protection, sensors. Their core business is research and development (R&D) in the fields ofnanomaterials, nanotechnologies, environmental protection, sensors, and sources of renewable energy.

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We express our gratitude to European Commission and the national funding organisation Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport ( for co-financing the project »MetRecycle«.

P2 – SLU Sverigest Lantbruksuniversitet Molecular Sciences

The Department of Molecular Sciences at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences SLU is aninterdisciplinary research institute created in 2017. The group of Bionanotechnology develops cutting edge interdisciplinary research inenvironmental materials science and biomedicine. One of priority directions is development of nano adsorbents for water purification andsustainable hydrometallurgy.

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P3 – INS – UNSAM Instituto de Nanosistemas UNSAM Nanoarchitecture 

Universidad Nacional de San Martín, UNSAM, is an Argentine Public Federal University. Created in 1992 it has become aprivileged space and a leader in academic training, research, cultural development and social transformation. The INS mission is to developcutting edge projects through interdisciplinary projects with academic and industrial collaboration. Three main lines of research aredeveloped: a) designed nanomaterials synthesis, b) nano-optics and c) nanomedicine.

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P4 – CNRS – ICGM – CNRS Institut Charles Gerhardt de Montpellier – UMR523 Universite de Montpellier

The project will be integrated in PôleBalard Formation Recherche which gathers all the chemistry institutes of Montpellier (forresearch and teaching). The applicant will work at the institute of materials ICGM (400 persons) which is part of CNRS. Major focuses in theinstitute include the development of new materials and new functionalities, and the reparation of nanomaterials in mild conditions.

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P5 – Sikemia

SiKÉMIA is a French company specialized in material surfacefunctionalization. The aim is to provide to a surface new propertiesvia the use of coupling agents: silanes, organophosphorus and thiols compounds. SiKÉMIA offers three levels of services:-

  1. Products: more than 200 coupling agents are already developed.
  2. Services: custom synthesis, development of functionalized surfaces, etc.
  3. Licensing

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The project »MetRecycle« is supported by ERA-NET Cofound on Raw Materials (ERA-MIN 2) under Horizon 2020.

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