The French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) is a key player in research, development and innovation in the areas of low-carbon energies, technological research for industry, fundamental research in the physical sciences and life sciences, and defense and security.
In each of these fields, the CEA maintains a cross-disciplinary culture of engineers and researchers, building on the synergies between fundamental and technological research.
CEA is the Coordinator of the MatCHMaker project.
AIMEN is an Innovation and Technology Centre in Spain specialising in Digitalization, Advanced Materials and Advanced Manufacturing Technologies, especially laser technologies, robotics and automation.
As a national leader in research and in providing advanced technological services, it aims to improve the technological capabilities.
ASRO is the national standard body – the platform for the development and adoption of European and international standards in Romania. It manages the national standardization activity in Romania, develops standards that are of interest for the Romanian economy and society, and represents Romania in the European and international standardization.
Genvia is a clean hydrogen technology venture created to enable individual organizations, industries and nations to meet their goals for decarbonisation by accelerating affordable clean hydrogen production, energy storage and fuel applications at scale.
The company represents a unique combination of French science and global engineering, and benefits from the strength of a group of partner companies that include the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), SLB, VINCI Construction, Vicat Group and the Occitanie Region.
With more than 51,000 employees at almost 3,000 sites in over 50 countries, Heidelberg Materials is one of the world’s largest integrated manufacturers of building materials and solutions with leading market positions in cement, aggregates, and ready-mixed concrete. Our products and services are used in the construction of houses, infrastructure, commercial and industrial facilities.
At the centre of our actions lies our responsibility for the environment. We’re front runner on the road to carbon neutrality and circular economy in the building materials industry. We’re working on intelligent and sustainable building materials as well as solutions for the future. We also enable new opportunities for our customers through digitalisation.
RINA is a global corporation that offers engineering and consultancy services. Furthermore, they provide testing, inspection, and certification across the Energy, Marine, Transport & Infrastructure, and Industry sectors through a global network of 170 offices in 65 countries.
Software Imagination & Vision (SIMAVI) is an IT company covering software development activities in education, health, customs, nuclear, business, production and beyond. It directly provides IT services to the European Commission.
With the vision to develop IT solutions contributing to progress, reducing digital gaps, and bringing positive change, their projects support the sustainable development of society, private as well as public organisations.
SINTEF is one of the largest European independent research organisations with international top-level expertise in the fields of technology, the natural sciences, medicine and the social sciences. Carrying out several thousand projects every year, their focus lies on Energy, industry, manufacturing, and ocean space.
Toyota Motor Europe
Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA (TME) oversees Toyota’s European manufacturing and engineering operations, working towards carbon neutrality in its entire business across Europe. TME aims to achieve 100% CO2 reduction in all new vehicles in Western Europe by 2035. Their zero-emission fuel cell products are growing, together with engineering support.
The TU Wien, founded in 1815 as the first technology-related university within the German-speaking world, is Austria’s largest research and educational institution in technology and natural sciences. More than 4,000 scientists are researching “technology for people” in five main areas: Computational Science & Engineering, Quantum Physics & Quantum Technologies, Materials & Matter, Information & Communication Technology, and Energy & Environment. TU Wien is a partner in many research networks, e.g., as one of the Founding Members of the European Materials Modelling Council (EMMC ASBL), an important platform for networking with European and international projects and initiatives.
Within the MatCHMaker project, TU Wien is responsible for the communication and dissemination activities as well as for the multiscale modelling of materials made from limestone calcined clay cement, complying with the requirements of the circular economy.