Advanced Materials Characterisation and Modelling – matching the needs of the EU manufacturing industry

Welcome to MatCHMaker, a Horizon Europe project supporting excellence in research on methods and tools for developing new and sustainable advanced materials.
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Towards a decarbonised economy

MatCHMaker aims to reduce the time, cost and risks of developing and optimising advanced materials. This contributes to the European Green Deal to decarbonise the industry while enhancing people’s quality of life.

Advanced materials modelling and characterisation are crucial to designing and upscaling new materials which are more resilient. Additionally, they help to identify new applications for existing materials.

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materials characterisation & modelling


MatCHMaker works on the development of new and integrated characterisation methods and computational modelling for the design and validation of advanced materials. We want to better understand how materials behave at various scales: from tiny particles to the overall structure. The objectives are threefold:
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Improve performance and robustness of electrochemical cells for hydrogen generation



Produce zero-emission power in multiple applications


The ambition of MatCHMaker is to translate requirements from industrial sectors into specific innovation challenges. Project results will be validated on three Use Cases.

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The MatCHMaker project aligns with the UN Sustainabile Development Goals, especially with SDG no. 9 “Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure” towards building a resilient infrastructure, promoting inclusive and sustainable industrialisation and fostering the innovation.
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