SPOMAN Open Science
Fundamental Research within Smart POlymer MAterials and Nanocomposites
SPOMAN Open Science is an open collaboration surrounding the development of smart polymer materials and nano composites.
The collaboration invites both universities and companies of all sizes to join fundamental scientific projects with the purpose of come up with material-solutions for the future. The fundamental research projects are defined to cover future challenges shared by multile industries.
There is no admittance fee and all project data is available for all to use.
Every month, SPOMAN Open Science invites participants to join in a meeting in Aarhus. The focus of the meetings is to keep all interested parties up to date on both scientific projects and the Open Science collaboration.
Have you ever considered why we do open science? Is it because it is open and will allow everyone access to the knowledge? Or maybe because you believe, that open science is better science? At the first Open Science festival, Courtney Sodeberg from the Center of Open...read more
At the festival in June 2017 we were introduced to the thoughts and ideas behind SPOMAN Open Science. Prof. Kim Daasbjerg gave us the university version of Open Science and Susie-Ann Spiegelhauer from SP group represented the company part of the collaboration. The two...read more
Open Science Symposium Remember the Open Science Symposium 11 December. All Open Science collaborators are invited to the networking VIP dinner in the evening. Please send an invitation to relevant parts of your network LinkedIn Facebook Web Register for the Symposium...read more
Company visits are an important part of the Open Science education, this semester the students were invited to Lund and AlfaLaval. At 7AM a bus of 6 people left Aarhus University and headed for Copenhagen to pick up the last student before crossing the border to...read more
On 31 October, the companies and research groups interested in the Open Science Graphene projects held a meeting at NEWTEC in Odense. The meeting was an update on the current projects, a discussion on how to proceed and a discussion on the future of the projects....read more
On Wednesday 8 November a group of Open Science students will take a trip from Aarhus and Copenhagen Universities to Sweden. They are going to visit AlfaLaval in Lund who is involved in multiple Open Science projects. The students will get an introduction to AlfaLaval...read more