“OÖ. Energieforschungsprogramm 2018” awarded funding to eight projects at ten research facilities.
Deputy Governor Dr. Michael Strugl praised the projects, several of which the JKU are involved with: "The participants are showing that we are conducting high quality, innovative and future-oriented research in Upper Austria."
Funded projects with JKU involvement:
JKU Linz: ArtFood
Creating new, nature-inspired electro-catalysts containing CO2 carbohydrates, such as synthesizing glucose
JKU Linz: Enzymatic Bio-Electro Analysis to Reduce CO2
Enzymatic bio electro-chemistry as a possible alternative to energy storage
Energy Institute at the JKU Linz and Kompetenzzentrum Holz Ltd: BioReduce
Produce native lignin (out of wood, straw, ...) as a substitute for aromatic compounds in the chemical industry that are currently extracted from crude oil
JKU Linz: Nano Battery Platform
Broadband impedance measurement method for the qualitative and quantitative determination of batteries
Recendt Ltd.: OnRoadCO2
New measuring technology to measure CO2 vehicle emissions in traffic in real-time