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Consortium

Project HAlMan
consortium partners

The HAlMan consortium comprises 14 partners and 4 associated partners. Each partner has a specific role in the project and implements dedicated tasks. Their experience, knowledge, and access to particular facilities and equipment ensure that this consortium will reach the goals of the HAlMan project.

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“The HAlMan consortium is composed of interdisciplinary organisations covering the whole value chain from primary and secondary raw materials to final commercial products. The consortium has partners with expertise in artificial intelligence, process design, process developers and the users of technology. All these competences are key for successful implementation of HAlMan.”

The coordinator team Prof. Jafar Safarian and Dr, Maria Wallin Researcher at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

Consortium
partners

Each consortium partner has a specific expertise, know-how and infrastructure to carry out its task and achieve the ambitious objectives of this project. The aim of the consortium is not only to develop new technology providing various benefits compared to state-of-the-art technologies, but also to transfer the knowledge and disseminate the project results. 

NTNU

Norwegian University of Science and Technology - project coordinator and leading work related to hydrogen and aluminothermic reduction in lab scale. An important role of NTNU is also knowledge transfer.

OFZ

OFZ, a.s. is a diversified manufacturer of ferroalloys, cored wires and silicon metal with over a 60-year history. OFZ will provide practical knowledge about the production of Mn-based alloys, trials and tests.

MINTEK

Mintek is South Africa’s national mineral research organisation and it is one of the world’s leading technology organisations specialising in mineral processing, extractive metallurgy and related areas.

SINTEF

SINTEF is one of Europe's largest research organisations, with multidisciplinary expertise. SINTEF will implement characterisation of raw materials, run lab-scale and pilot-scale experiments.

WIT

WIT Berry (WIT) is a small digital marketing and communication company based in Latvia. In this project, WIT will lead and plan communication activities and dissemination of project results.

NTUA

Technologies for Sustainable Metallurgy is a research group operating in the Laboratory of Metallurgy of the National Technical University of Athens (Greece).

MPIE

The international team of the Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung conducts advanced basic materials research related to the fields of mobility, energy, infrastructure, medicine and digitalisation.

AdMiRIS

AdMiRIS provides expertise in the raw material sector, development of environmental impact assessment and contribution to the techno-economic analysis.

CERTH

Established more than 2 decades ago, the Centre of Research and Technology Hellas is ranked 1st in Greece and 14th among the distinguished European research Centers.

MYTILINEOS

MYTILINEOS is a Greek-based leading global industrial and energy company with a strong presence in all five continents covering two business Sectors, the Energy Sector and the Metallurgy Sector.

CALIX

CALIX

Odlwenie

Our business activity is focused on the production of iron casts and machining of cast parts. Production activities are carried out in our facilities in Starachowice, Poland.

Transalloy

Transalloy PTY LTD

Non-EU partners

The consortium partners represent 10 different countries, including South Africa and Australia. The partners from these non-European countries have been integrated in the consortium for the following key reasons:

Associated
partners

The HAlMan project’s associated partners have important role in the project. 

CALIX LTD

Calix LTD

IC

Imperial College of Sceince and Technology and Medicine.

Assmang

Assmang

Horizon Europe

Hydro

Hydro Extruded Solutions AB