Jawad Essallami (HvA): Eddy Lite
The global transport makes for about 25% of our daily energy use. But what is the best way to use less energy in transport? It would help to make our vehicals lighter by using carbon composite. This is a very strong and light weight material, used more and more in the Aerospace, Automotive and Sustainable Energy industry.
Inspection of carbon composite during manufacturing, maintenance and while in use is essential for safety requirements. Eddy lite provides a sustainable solution for the next generation of carbon composites, by making it possible to check the quality of carbon in a non-destructive way. We use high-precision sensing technique and measurement technology. Eddy Lite is able to inspect carbon composite precisely and faster with easy to use equipment. In the future we want to scale up, to be able to inspect larger carbon constructions in one run. This would not only save time and costs, but also dramatically reduce Co2 emissions.
Liselotte van Dijk (HvA): The Upcycle Wood Platform
Syranos Tjee (HvA): Recipe Creation I want to do something about food waste and my idea is Recipe Creation. People often don’t know what to do with their leftovers and also often throw leftovers away, which is a shame. With Recipe Creation you can scan your leftover food and it will generates a recipe. My […]
Corentin Coulais (UvA): Edible Metamaterials Metamaterials have already widely been used in physics and engineering to control how light and sound propagate. In other sectors – like the food industry – their potential has remained completely unexplored. We think that metamaterials could dramatically improve the interactions between humans and materials and to help create sustainable food sources. […]