Mapping Priorities and Assessment
of research activities from the point of view of applications and integration
of research efforts along the vertical tracks of the thematic structure of the
network into practical applications
areas for initiation of horizontal projects (internal and external)
- Review and map priorities and prepare
suggestions for future joint activities
Description of work
Risų will co-ordinate this activity.
The work is split
into the following sub tasks:
Subtask 7.1. Review of data for SBEP.
review data proposed for SBEP. The proposals will be provided by WP8, WP9,
WP10, WP11. The most relevant cases from the points of view of research and
applications will be recommended.
Risų. Partners: CEA, DNV, FZJ, FZK, Fh-ICT, INERIS, GexCon, HSE/HSL, NCSRD,
TNO, UPM, UNIPI, UU, AL, BMW, VOLVO, NH,
Subtask 7.2. Review of proposals for tests and other activities.
review proposals for tests and other activities provided by
research/methodological work packages (WP8, WP9, WP10, WP11, WP12). Other work
packages (integration and spreading of excellence) will report their vision of
future development. The review will address needs both for research (specific
gaps of knowledge) and applications (open issues). A draft version of an updated DoW for the next period
will be compiled and distributed to the members of the co-ordination committee.
On a meeting (month 16) the update will be discussed and a consensus version
will be provided. This will be basis for a final decision on the new JPA by the
Governing Board (month 17).
lead: Risų. Partners: CEA, DNV, FZJ, FZK, Fh-ICT, INERIS, GexCon, HSE/HSL,
NCSRD, TNO, UPM, UNIPI, UU, AL, BMW, VOLVO, NH,
Sub-task 7.3. New initiatives.
the vertical activities into practical applications is the main focus of this
sub-task. Assess the results of work packages (input by WP leaders will be
requested) especially WP8 ? WP12 in respect of their principal methodological
readiness and practical applicability.
The partners will
consider open safety issues related to applications using HySafe SPR, and using input provided by
the EC funded projects (STORHY,
NATURALHY, HYWAYS), by the ?European Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology
Platform? and by other international activities in the field. The open safety
issues of highest priority will be identified. This will be used as a basis to
initiate internal projects (see V4.2 Risk Assessment Studies of Hydrogen
Applications), external projects with national or industrial funding and/or to
suggest topics for EU funded projects specific to applications.
Subtask lead on rotational basis
by BMW, AL, NH, Volvo (starting with BMW).
Participants: CEA, DNV, FZJ, FZK,
INASMET, INERIS, GexCon, HSE/HSL, NCSRD, TNO, UPM, UNIPI, UU