15.06.2020

SEM image

SEM image of Al2O3-coated TiO2 nanoparticles obtained from the JRC repository (Lot ID JRC NM 62001a). A primary particle size of ca. 20 nm was observed.

Quelle: BAM division 6.1

Projektlaufzeit

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2020

Projektart

EU Projekt

Projektstatus

Laufend

Themen

Kurzbeschreibung

The goal of the ACEnano project is to introduce confidence, adaptability and clarity into nanomaterial risk assessment by developing a widely implementable and robust tiered approach to nanomaterial physicochemical characterisation.

Ort

Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) Zweiggelände Fabeckstraße
Unter den Eichen 44-46
12203 Berlin

ACEnano - Analytical and Characterisation Excellence in nanomaterial risk assessment: A tiered approach

Interlaboratory comparison - Call for participation

BAM and BfR have launched a VAMAS interlaboratory comparison on "Surface analysis of oxide nanoparticles" for new standards in ISO/IC 201.

Interested? Contact Joerg.Radnik@bam.de or harald.jungnickel@bfr.bund.de

ACEnano constructs a quality assurance and risk assessment framework for nanomaterials by constructing a methodology for nanomaterial characterisation. This project optimises, miniaturises, simplifies and verifies a carefully selected set of analytical techniques, instrumentation and equipment for testing nanomaterial properties and characteristics, as well as supporting their use by small and medium enterprises (SMEs) through training and documentation. The result is the “ACEnano toolbox”: a user-friendly decision tool available on the ACEnano website, which helps users to simplify the choice of appropriate experimental methods for reliable characterisation of nanomaterials. These advances in methodology are linked to an ontology framework to ensure that the data obtained with these methods complies with the “FAIR” standards (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable). These outcomes are then embedded into a quality assurance and risk assessment framework which includes method validations and interlaboratory comparisons, and which sets criteria for benchmarking of future innovation in this field. The innovations and outcomes from the project will be disseminated to the scientific community and to SMEs and used for new standards for regulation (e.g. OECD) and standardisation (e.g. ISO, CEN) bodies.

Weitere Infos zu ACEnano finden Sie aufunserer englischen Website
und auf http://www.acenano-project.eu.