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Project no. 17494/2005


Project acronym: ENPONA
Project title: Enhancement the Quality Participation at FP6 Projects in the Polymer Nanomaterials Field

Instrument: SSA


Thematic Priority: All

P4 Final Activity Report

Period covered: from 01 May 2005 to 30 April 2008 Date of preparation: 14 June 2008

Start date of project: 01 May 2005 Duration: 36 months

Project coordinator name: Dan Donescu

Project coordinator organisation name: National R-D Institute for Chemistry and Petrochemistry

“ICECHIM” - Polymer Department

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Project coordinator organisation name: National R-D Institute for Chemistry and Petrochemistry

“ICECHIM” - Polymer Department

Project coordinator name: Dan Donescu

e-mail: ddonescu@chimfiz.icf.ro

ENPONA public website: www.icechim-pd.ro/enpona


ENPONA is a Specific Support Action under the specific unique call destined to the “Reinforcement of the competitiveness of the three candidate countries, Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey”. The project is implemented to stimulate and facilitate the participation of the most promising polymer centre from Romania in the activities of both priority thematic areas and cross-actions of ECFP.

The major objective of the ENPONA project is to enhance the Scientific and Technological potential of ICECHIM - Polymer Department. During ENPONA project, the Polymer Department has to develop relevant activities in a coherent strategy to fulfill following specific objectives:

1. Increasing the possibility of the department to participate as a partner in ECFP projects by increasing connections with research teams with similar interests.

The objective was accomplished by rising international recognition and visibility of ICECHIM-PD in order to increase the chances to be selected as a preferred partner in ECFP projects, organizing an intensive brokerage events activity, organizing an active program for create strong and effective links with interested complementary research centers and planning the ECFP strategy of the department. The centre will be an active promoter for coagulation of human and material resources of research units with similar interests in preparation and characterization of polymeric nanomaterials by performing networking activities in Romania and Balkans region, by affiliation to European Research Networks of Excellence and European Technological Platform and organizing exchange of research staff with Western European Centers in order to elaborate common research projects.

2. Development of human potential of department able to participate in ECFP projects.

The objective aim was to enlarge the research team of our department with young researchers, who had the opportunity to be trained by bright scientist in the fields of nanomaterials through the training program and common research activities organized within this project, by including them in ECFP research teams, offering free access to information, modern equipment, and specialization in other European research centres.

3. Development of the RTD potential of the ICECHIM - Polymer Department in order to became a better equipped partner for the similar Western European centres acting in nanostructured polymeric material field. The objective was to upgrade the existing S&T material basis and to complete it with new equipment of hyphenated techniques with higher precision and sensitivity for nanostructured material analysis. The capacity to perform experimental research in obtaining and characterization of nanostructured polymeric materials is an important measure in order to turn our institution in a “local champion”.

During the lifetime of the project an intense work was performed, organized in the several activities according to the proposed workprogram. Due to the specificity of this particular call, the activities were very diverse, including specific activities for many projects – call types, such as brokerage events, short visits, training stages.

The main purpose of the ENPONA project was to increase the capability of Polymer Department to successfully participate at high level of competence in ECFP projects. In this respect the reporting period was very fruitful: our group was accepted in a 12 members Consortium into a FP7-Large project, which was declared eligible for funding. This represents the greatest success of ENPONA project till now.

From the first objective of ENPONA project an important networking activity was performed followed by a significant international visibility of our department. Since the first month of the project we started to receive proposals for scientific collaborations from European partners.

According with WP1, in order to increase the real chances of our team to participate in European funded projects, a coherent brokerage activity was planned.

Scientific Committee of ENPONA project analyzed the specific research area in which Polymer Department is interested in order to ensure the participation of ICECHIM-PD in the ECFP competitions. Thus, six brokerage meetings were organized, targeting the calls of ECFP Programme and collecting Expressions of Interest (EoI) for future possible collaborations.

The first brokerage meeting was organized in Iassy, Romania, in the frame of “Franco-Romanian Colloquium”, 2-6 September 2005. The brokerage event took place in the Conference Halls of “Petru Poni” Institute of Macromolecular Chemistry, being intensely mediated, it was announced in the academic media by e-mail and local mass-media. At the brokerage meeting attended 15 foreign scientists and around 50 Romanian scientists. As a result, a number of 6 French group leaders and 5 Romanian scientists expressed their interest in a future collaboration with our department. Most of EoI were made in the nanoscience and nanomaterials field. Considering the contents of EoI, it was established conditions for future contacts for much detailed discussions.

The second brokerage meeting was organized in Bucharest, Romania, in the frame of “The Chemistry Priorities for a Durable Development” Symposium, 20-21 October 2005. The brokerage event took place in the Conference Hall of National Research and Development Institute for Chemistry and Petrochemistry “ICECHIM”, allowing the participation of a representative of Romanian Science and Technology Ministry, one of the most important policy maker institution. At the brokerage meeting attended 5 foreign scientists and around 30 Romanian scientists. After a brief presentation of the ENPONA, pointing out the main achievement for our department, the next FP6 calls were shown and discussed and the possibilities to participate on them were considered. Following the presentation was organized free discussions between scientists and a number of 8 scientists expressed their interest in a future collaboration with our department.

The third brokerage meeting was organized in Bucharest, Romania, on March 12 2007. The brokerage event took place in the Conference Halls of Romanian Society of Biomaterials from University “Politehnica” Bucharest, being intensely mediated, it was announced in the academic media by e-mail and local media. At the brokerage meeting attended two invited foreign specialists (Prof. Jean-Yves Sanchez from Grenoble Institute of Technology, France and Dr. Cristina Iojoiu from Laboratory of Electrochemistry and Physico-Chemistry of Materials and the Interfaces, France) and around 30 Romanian scientists. As a result, a number of 2 French group leaders and 7 Romanian scientists expressed their interest in a future collaboration with our department. Most of EoI were made in the nanoscience and nanomaterials field. Considering the contents of EoI, it was established conditions for future contacts for much detailed discussions.

The fourth brokerage meeting was organized in Bucharest, Romania, on April 16th 2007. The brokerage event took place in the Conference Halls of Romanian Society of Biomaterials from University “Politehnica” Bucharest. The event was announced in the academic media by e-mail and local media. At the brokerage meeting attended three invited foreign specialists (Prof. Michael Alexandre from Laboratory of Polymeric and Composite Materials, Materia Nova, Belgium, Prof. Hamid Elaissari from Chemistry Group CNRS-bioMerieux Laboratory, France and Dr. Ignac Capek from Polymer Institute, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia) and around 30 Romanian scientists. After a brief presentation of our project and the aim of the brokerage event, pointing out the main achievement for our department, the new launched FP7 programme including the opportunities and conditions for collaborations for all specific programmes were shown and discussed and the possibilities to participate on them were considered. Following the presentation was organized free discussions between scientists and a number of 8-10 scientists expressed their interest in a future collaboration with our department.

The fifth brokerage meeting was organized in Grenoble, France, in the frame of “Franco-Romanian Colloquium”, 26-30 August 2007. The brokerage event took place in the Conference Halls of “L’Institute National Polytechnique de Grenoble” from “Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Electrochimie et d’Electrometallurgie de Grenoble”, being intensely mediated, it was announced in the academic media by e-mail and local media. At the brokerage meeting attended 10 invited foreign specialists and around 60 Romanian scientists. As a result, a number of 5 foreign group leaders and 37 Romanian scientists expressed their interest in a future collaboration with our department. Most of EoI were made in the nanoscience and nanomaterials field. Considering the contents of EoI, it was established conditions for future contacts for much detailed discussions.

The sixth brokerage meeting was organized in Bucharest, Romania, on April 19th 2008. The brokerage event took place in the Conference Halls of National Research and Development Institute for Chemistry and Petrochemistry “ICECHIM”, Bucharest. The event was announced in the academic media by e-mail and local media. At the brokerage meeting we have as special guest Prof. Alain Perichauld from Laboratoire de Chimie Macromoleculaire, Universite de Provence, Marseille and around 20 Romanian scientists. After a brief presentation of our project and the aim of the brokerage event, pointing out the main achievement for our department, the new launched FP7 programme including the opportunities and conditions for collaborations for all specific programmes were shown and discussed and the possibilities to participate on them were considered. Following the presentation was organized free discussions between scientists and a number of 7-8 scientists expressed their interest in a future collaboration with our department. Analyzing the results of these brokerage events (the large number of received EoI, personnel and information exchange, direct communications) we consider that these meetings were a success which will contribute to the strengthening of the relationships between our researchers and the participants from European Research Area. As referring to the areas of research and industrial valorization that will be open to researchers, the networking activities intend to focus on some directions that could valorize the existing experience and national traditions, as well as the new trends required by European integration, as follow:



  • new nanostructured materials and systems – obtaining and characterization of new materials structured at nanosize scale, understanding physico-chemical properties to better control the macroscopic properties;

  • new intelligent materials for drug delivery, nanoelectrode and nanosensors;

  • new nanocomposite materials with modified properties for food packaging application, aerospace and car industries;

  • new nanostructured polymeric membranes with application in environmental technology.

The first great success (as result of brokerage events organized thanks to ENPONA project) appeared at the very first FP7 calls session: our group was included in a consortium which obtained funding for a FP7-Large project (acronym HARCANA).

After each session of brokerage events we tried to reinforce the results of meetings with an intensive program of eight short visits in centers which express their interest in a common proposal in order to prepare the work in the project.

Thus, the 1st short visit was performed by Dr. Dan Donescu, the coordinator of ENPONA project, at the Polymer Institute from the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia, in March 2006. The Slovak group is leaded by Prof. Ignac Capek with who our groups have a long fruitful collaboration proved by common scientific papers. The main goal, based on brokerage events, common activity fields, common results and our long collaboration, was to identify the best ways to continue our good partnership in ECFP projects. Considering all of these, plus the expertise of our groups and scientific instruments and facilities, we concluded that would be useful to participate together in scientific consortiums in order to have the initiative in preparing small and medium-size projects with other European partners, such as STREP, NEST, SSA or RTN (interdisciplinary and intersectorial) and ESR (for Early Stage Researchers) and to become partners in IP and NoE projects.

The 2nd short visit was performed by Dr. Cristian Petcu, the vice-coordinator of ENPONA project, at the School of Chemistry, Physics and Electronic (CPE), Lyon, France. This visit represented an extension of useful discussions from our first brokerage event, which holds in September 2005, in Romania. During this short visit it were discussed many interesting aspects regarding our common scientific fields and future possible studies. Prof. Thierry Hamaide from CPE, Prof. Yves Chevalier from LAGEP Company and Prof. Marie-Alexandrine Bolzinger from Medicine and Pharmacy University of Lyon participated to discussions on the newest results regarding polymeric nanoparticles, obtained by Romanian group. Following these meetings were established few collaboration directions with each French groups, especially in FP7 Program. We had preliminary discussions regarding the specific topic and possible partners for both, large (IP) project and medium-small (STREP) project on polymer-inorganic hybrid nanoparticles used in cosmetics and pharmacy. A common schedule to perform some preliminary experiments was established with Prof. Marie-Alexandrine Bolzinger from Medicine and Pharmacy University of Lyon, to find real interesting applications and to find complementary skilled partners from academic and industrial field to form a strong research consortium.

The 3rd short visit was performed by Dr. Dan Donescu, the coordinator of ENPONA project, at the Macromolecular Chemistry Laboratory from University of Provence (Aix-Marseille 1), Marseille, France, between 1st and 7th March 2007. The French group is leaded by Prof. Alain Perichaud with who our groups have a long fruitful collaboration proved by common scientific papers. The main goal, based on brokerage events, common activity fields, common results and our long collaboration, was to identify the best ways to continue our good partnership in ECFP projects. Considering all of these, plus the expertise of our groups and scientific instruments and facilities, we concluded that would be useful to participate together in scientific consortiums in order to have the initiative in preparing small and medium-size projects with other European partners, and to become partners in IP and NoE projects.

The 4th short visit was performed by Dr. Dan Donescu, the coordinator of ENPONA project, at the Institute for Composite Materials from Kaiserslautern University of Technology, Kaiserslautern, Germany, between 15th and 22nd March 2007. During this short visit it were discussed many interesting aspects regarding our common scientific fields and future possible studies. Prof. József Karger-Kocsis, the leader of German group, participated to discussions on the newest results regarding polymeric nanoparticles, obtained by Romanian group. Following these meetings were established few collaboration directions with German group, especially in FP7 Program. We had preliminary discussions regarding the specific topic and possible partners for both, large and medium-small projects on elastomers – silicate nanoparticles, superabssorbant gels and polymer-nanotubs nanocomposites.

The 5th short visit was performed by Dr. Cristian Petcu, the vice-coordinator of ENPONA project, at Grenoble Institute of Technology, Laboratory of Electrochemistry and Physico-Chemistry of Materials and the Interfaces (LEPMI), Solid Electrolytes Amorphous Group, Grenoble, France, between 19th and 26th March 2007. This destination was selected due to a long and fruitful collaboration between Romanian group and French group leaded by Prof. Jean-Yves Sanchez. Moreover, this visit represented an extension of useful discussions from our brokerage event, which holds in March 2007, in Bucharest, Romania. During this short visit it were discussed many interesting aspects regarding our common scientific fields and future possible collaborations. Thus, Prof. Jean-Yves Sanchez was very interested for a future ECFP cooperation, especially in FP7 Programme where to use common expertise to be able to prepare a project about polymer nanomaterials suitable to be used as electrolyte membrane fuel cells.

The 6th short visit was performed by Dr. Dan Donescu, the coordinator of ENPONA project, at the Laboratory of Polymer Chemistry from Eindhoven Technical University, Eindhoven, Holland, between 23rd and 29th April 2007. One of the goals of this visit was a mutual information regarding the common interest activity fields of our groups. In a seminary, in the presence of 25 members of Laboratory of Polymer Chemistry, were presented the main directions of the activity of Romanian group. As a result of these discussions, Prof. Alex van Herk was very much interested in a future collaboration in the polymerization in dispersed media with Romanian group.

The 7th short visit was performed by Dr. Cristian Petcu, the vice-coordinator of ENPONA project, at Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence in the Department of Chemistry at the University of York, England, between 1st and 8th October 2007. The English group is leaded by Prof. Duncan Macquarrie with who our groups have a long fruitful collaboration proved by common scientific papers. The main goal, based on brokerage events, common activity fields, common results and our long collaboration, was to identify the best ways to continue our good partnership in ECFP projects. Considering all of these, plus the expertise of our groups and scientific instruments and facilities, we concluded that would be useful to participate together in scientific consortiums in order to have the initiative in preparing small and medium-size projects with other European partners, and to become partners in IP and NoE projects.

The 8th short visit was performed by Dr. Cristian Petcu, the vice-coordinator of ENPONA project, at the Eindhoven Technical University, Department of Biomedical Engineering and Laboratory of Macromolecular and Organic Chemistry, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, between 18th and 23rd November 2007. During this short visit it were discussed many interesting aspects regarding our common scientific fields and future possible studies. Prof. Nico Sommerdijk, the leader of Dutch group, participated to discussions on the newest results regarding polymer-inorganic nanocomposites, obtained by Romanian group. Following these meetings were established few collaboration directions with Dutch group, especially in FP7 Program. We had preliminary discussions regarding the specific topic and possible partners for both, large and medium-small projects on inorganic nanohybrids with applications in biomaterials and biotechnologies.

One of the most important achievements in this period for the increasing of scientific potential was the possibility to hire 7 new young researchers. Among the above goals, the multidisciplinarity of the team was decided as principal priority. Considering the main orientation of our work to the nanoscience and nanomaterials thematic priority, the Scientific Committee noticed that some complementary domains, such as physic and material science are not represented in our department, and thus proposed to the Central Management Group to hire two young researchers in these fields. The rest of five young researchers were proposed to be chemists with background in nanoscience and nanomaterials.

The new project arouse much interest and for all 7 open positions applied a number of 29 candidates. Starting with June 1st 2005, it had been hired 6 young researchers (5 chemists and one physicist). The material scientist was hired starting with July 1st. From all 7 young researchers with background in nanoscience and nanomaterials, 3 of them are males (43%) and 4 are females (57%).

According to the specific objective of the ENPONA project, we agree that is important to ensure the development of strong bases for a long term career of young researcher hired in this project. At hiring moment 3 of young researchers were PhD students in first year of study and 4 of them were Master degree graduates. The ENPONA project offered from the beginning to all of them the best conditions to develop their careers. ICECHIM-PD department have an important previous activity as forming institution for the young generation of researchers in Romania. Some specific objectives in ENPONA project, such as promoting the creation of the adequate environment for European research careers in our institution, creating appropriate conditions to maintain and attract young researchers skilled in nanoscience field were fulfilled by training young researchers in host institutions located in the most important Western European specialized centers, with high level equipment and prestigious , with the experimental techniques applicable for the studies of novel nanostructured polymeric materials synthesis and characterization.

The training activity was destined to complete the expertise of young researchers with new skills and extend their competence in nanoscience field. In the first year of the project three of young researchers, who were also PhD students, performed short training stages regarding the enhancement of the scientific and technical research level on the nanotechnology field at the Polymer Institute from the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia, in the laboratory leaded by Prof. Ignac Capek ( two of them) and in at Lyon School of Chemistry, Physics and Electronic (CPE).

The topics covered were polymerization in dispersed media such as microemulsions, metallic nanoparticles synthesis by using different polymers or copolymers as self assembling structures as templates, vinyl monomers, nanopowders, microemulsions, water borne latexes., with a more exact objective to design, synthesize and characterizes new hybrid structure as hybrid nanolatexes, obtaining processes of stable latexes with/without layered silicates; obtaining and properties of emulsions stabilized solely by solid particles., usually referred as “Pickering emulsions”.

Complementary skills were developed in order to rise the capacity to communicate and share scientific results and also to teach other coleagues knowledges about laboratory techniques (for example our researcher was asked to explain to Slovak assistants dilatometry technique and management principles in Romanian research projects).

In the second year of the propject another three of young researchers, who were also PhD students, performed short training stages regarding the enhancement of the scientific and technical research level on the nanotechnology field at the Macromolecular Chemistry Laboratory from UFR Sciences de la Matiere, Department of the University of Provence (Aix-Marseille 1), Marseille, France; Institute for Composite Materials (Institut für Verbundwerkstoffe GmbH) from Kaiserslautern, Germany and Grenoble Institute of Technology (INPG), Laboratory of Electrochemistry and Physico-Chemistry of Materials and the Interfaces (LEPMI), Solid Electrolytes Amorphous (ELSA) team, Grenoble, France.

The topics covered were organic-inorganic hybrid materials filed obtained by sol-gel process, synthesis and characterization of new hybrid structures shaped as films and microcapsules, study of nanomaterials based on fluororubbers, vinyl esters, nanoclays, carbon nanotubes, obtaining stable membranes, study of hybrid films, using different cross-linking agents, study of hybrid films based on polyether polyols and study of hybrid films doped with different concentration of silver.

Complementary skills were developed in order to rise the capacity to communicate and share scientific results and also to teach other colleagues knowledge about laboratory techniques.

In the third year of the project four of young researchers, who were also PhD students, performed short training stages regarding the enhancement of the scientific and technical research level on the nanotechnology field at the Technical University from Eindhoven (TU/e), The Netherlands, Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence in the Department of Chemistry at the University of York, England, Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Biomedical Engineering and Laboratory of Macromolecular and Organic Chemistry, The Netherlands and at the Utrecht University, Debye Institute and the Chemistry Department, at Van’t Hoff Laboratory, The Netherlands.

The topics covered were nanoparticles obtained by emulsion polymerization, organic-inorganic hybrid materials filed obtained by sol-gel process, synthesis and characterization of new hybrid structures shaped as films and microcapsules, applications of electron microscopy in study of polymer-inorganic nanocomposites, attachment of metalic nanoparticles on silicate films and synthesis of colloidal nanoparticles.

Complementary skills were developed in order to raise the capacity to communicate and share scientific results and also to teach other colleagues knowledge about laboratory techniques.

A similar importance has the fulfilment of the third objective of the project, “Increase of the material potential of the ICECHIM - Polymer Department for nanostructured materials synthesis and characterization”. The main idea were to extend the existing center capabilities in obtaining and characterization of polymeric nanomaterials and their composites (our basic research interest) by upgrading and renewal of the existing equipment and by purchasing complementary equipment in order to extend the our former methodology in nanomaterials research area. Thus, ENPONA project was the unique opportunity for our department to make a development campaign of the existing equipment and to create a fully equipped facility in order to ensure the possibility of characterization of nanostructured systems and to valorise our scientific expertise. One of the most important benefits of the ENPONA project is the increasing of material potential, which was in the past, the weakest part of our Department in the international collaborations.

The most important equipment acquired was an Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope (ESEM) instrument. This instrument is essential for nanoscience and nanotechnology field. By acquisition of ESEM instrument ICECHIM-PD would became a local scientific pole in nanoscience, being able to offer access for other research groups at high level and quality analyses. The ESEM is the newest SEM concept developed by Philips Co. This instrument allow us to work in a large temperature range (including room temperature or lower!), at low or high vacuum. Also, the instrument doesn’t require gold or carbon cover for the samples, neither cooling nor other additional vacuum installation, which decreased both, the acquisition and exploitation costs. The ESEM could be used for dust, wet and dry samples. The acquisition of the ESEM instrument was absolutely vital for us, to be able to continue the work in the nanoscience field (down to 3-5 nm) and to be able to remain in eligible groups for international cooperation. We also purchased a new and performing Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) instrument, and FT-IR and UV-VIS spectrometers. All instruments are installed and now are intensely used in the scientific activity performed in our department.

Based on the existing equipment and with the new acquired instruments, our institution is able to offer a competitive and attractive environment for the European partners to come in Romania for short stages of research and training in polymer nanoparticles.

By raising the quality of the existing facilities ICECHIM-PD have the opportunity to take advantage from the huge experience and capability of the research team, and to foster the obtaining of scientific results that could be transfer in ECFP high quality projects, which is the final result expected from this project.

Expanded nanotechnology research in polymeric materials can provide solution for many global problems unsolved yet, and it is considered important both in EU and Romania.

In this respect, the project fulfilled following actions in order to exploit the results achieved during its life cycle beyond the end of the project and certainly beyond of the limited participation of our institution. The experience gained by our team from ENPONA project in networking it is now used for other similar networks creation and exploitation, in order to avoid research fragmentation in this specific field of nanostructured polymeric materials and nanocomposites, which could be developed at the national and EU level. Due to the results obtained in strengthening the material and human potential, our interaction with the national networks of research centers (where we are already identified as an excellence pole in the Romanian research community) and with international partners was dramatically increased.

The dissemination plan included two groups of activities: the dissemination of information related to new launched FP7 and of information related to the activities provided by the project. The dissemination of the information concerning the FP7 were part of the specific actions to be performed in brokerage events, in order to promote the participation of other institutions to scientific proposal.

The ENPONA project offered the possibility to build a new image of our institution and of the importance of the Romanian participation in EU funded projects through interventions in scientific meetings with news about the status and progress of our project. The public site of ENPONA project offers information about the main achievements in this period and contains also a brief description of the scientific services that ICECHIM-PD could offer as a partner in a project.

Romania became an EU member starting with January 2007. One of the most important issues for full integration, is the level of the research activity in the country, and consequently, the premises for the future economic development. The enhancement of the participation of the ICECHIM-Polymer Department as a central point of excellence and coagulating the capacities of many other research teams from Romania to the effort of the European researchers, joint under the generous support of the FP6 programme it is expected to have contribution in the creation of new products, generation of new scientific solution and to promote a sustainable economic development.


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