NanoPlaST stands for Nanocomposite Plasma coatings for concentrated Solar Thermal energy conversion.
It is a collaborative project financed by the French National Agency for Research (ANR), from October 2019 to March 2024.
The aim of the project is to develop new nanocomposite absorber coatings for concentrated solar power systems generating heat and electricity. The coatings are synthesized by vacuum plasma techniques. The development includes durability studies in conditions of use.
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- Progress meeting – M41The fifth progress meeting for the NanoPlaST project took place on February 1-2, 2023 in Nantes at the IMN laboratory … Read more
- Celebrating our #WomenInSTEM 👩🔧February 11th is the International Day of Women in Science. We in NANOPLAST project are celebrating our #WomenInSTEM today! 👩🔬👩💻👩🏭👩🔧 … Read more
- Cold plasmas schoolMembers of the NANOPLAST project, from PROMES-CNRS, ICCF and IMN met at the 16th days and technological school of the … Read more
- Women in Concentrated SolarThe Women in Concentrated Solar group was born and held its first meeting at the #SolarPACES2022 conference on Concentrated Solar … Read more
- SolarPACES 2022NANOPLAST was represented at the #SolarPACES2022 conference on concentrated solar power in Albuquerque, NM, USA. Thanks to Albuquerque #metalmayor for … Read more
- Progress meeting – M32The fourth progress meeting for the NanoPlaST project took place on May 17-18, 2022 in Orléans at the CEMHTI laboratory … Read more