Project Impact

The successful implementation of BAM project is expected to shift the design and development of these materials towards more innovative and knowledge-based products, allowing the local and European research community to regain a competitive advantage. The scientific field demands increasingly competitive materials that will unlock the scientific and technological skills and capacities in EU and worldwide for more efficient products, thus enforcing the progress in the building materials scientific field. Also, the development of materials with dual behavior, with simultaneous reduction of the relevant environmental impacts is related with the environmental and societal progress in Europe. Furthermore, the involvement of 3D printing in such materials’ development (further to plastics and electronics) will enhance the scientific and technological interest and efforts, especially in Cyprus, to conduct further research in the field. Last, but definitely not least, the application of geopolymerisation technology will have a substantial environmental, economic and social benefit, as it is a low-cost innovative technology compared especially to the recovering activities (50%), with a lower environmental footprint (at least 40%) than the cement industry.


The project is implemented under the programme of social cohesion “THALIA 2021-2027” co-funded by the European Union, through Research and Innovation Foundation.

Το έργο υλοποιείται στο πλαίσιο του Προγράμματος Πολιτικής Συνοχής «θΑλΕΙΑ 2021-2027» με τη συγχρηματοδότηση της ΕΕ, μέσω του Ιδρύματος Έρευνας και Καινοτομίας.

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