European Cluster of Research projects for Environmental and Agri-food Monitoring

More information is available at the ECREAM website.

As part of its dissemination activities, TRIAGE has established ECREAM: a group of EU projects working in the area of environmental and food monitoring. ECREAM has its own dedicated website. To varying degrees, these projects all share objectives, technologies and partners and the group will work together to ensure compatibility of results, avoid duplication and share knowledge. Amongst other activities, ECREAM will hold workshops, special sessions and booths at conferences and exhibitions. Please check back for information on upcoming events and other news!

The ECREAM members, in alphabetical order, are:

An Affordable, miniaturisEd, clOud-connected system powered by deep Learning algorithms for comprehensive air qUality measurements based on highly integrated mid-IR photonics
Air Quality: Worldwide Analysis and Forecasting of Atmospheric Composition for Health
How extreme heat and air pollution hurt our heart and lungs
Ultra-compact, low-cost plasmo-photonic bimodal multiplexing sensor platforms as part of a holistic solution for food quality monitoring
photonic system for Adaptable muLtiple-analyte monitoring of fOod-quality
Mapping air quality with high accuracy and high-spatial resolution
Maximizing freshness and minimizing losses of agriculture products through automated atmosphere management in storage facilities
Multiplex phOtonic sensor for pLasmonic-based Online detection of contaminants in milK
The training of early stage researchers for the development of technologies to MONitor concentrations of micro and nanoPLAStics in water for their presence, uptake and threat to animal and human life.
Photonic Accurate and Portable Sensor Systems Exploiting Photo-Acoustic and Photo-Thermal Based Spectroscopy for Real-Time Outdoor Air Pollution Monitoring
Flexible mid-infrared photonic solutions for rapid farm-to-fork sensing of food contaminants
Ultra-broadband infrared gas sensor for pollution detection
Transport derived Ultrafines and the Brain Effects
Ultra low-power integrated optical sensor systems for networked environmental multichannel gas Sensing