Objective of Sustainability
Driving Innovations for Strengthening of Climate Neutrality Goals

We leverage high-end innovation to stimulate sustainable growth for business.

Making optimum usage of the sphere of Advanced Materials
Dr. Ashutosh Tiwari
E-mail: director@iaam.se
Director’s Desk
Practicing Sustainability with
Our Priority of Decades

Dear Colleagues, I am writing you the key reflections of our efforts at the Institute of Advanced Materials, IAAM (Org. nr. 559167-3883, VAT nr. SE559167388301, and PIC of European Commission. 891021534). We started this institute with the vision of advancing materials for new edge health, energy, and environmental applications. Over the years, the institute has been working to empower different industries and sectors with the help of translational research and innovation. The institute offers services that are highly focused on innovation and technology. As an organization, we seek to push the boundaries for enhancing benefits to the various sectors that are crucial to the existence of mankind.

Institute of Advanced Materials, IAAM is a home of researchers, students, and academic-industrial partnerships for collective objectives of translational research and innovation towards the welfare of society. Our work does not just include creating new tools and technology, we lay an emphasis on transforming the lives of people. We have a network of experienced researchers, scientists, and technocrats that is highly widespread. Our team consists of highly qualified professionals, who hold considerable experience in their fields and can participate in grant proposals, consortium and alliance, education and training program, and translational R&D projects.

Working for better healthcare is always our top-most priority. This is not only this year has brought a pandemic emergency, which underlined and heightened long standing imbalances in the world population, and increased challenges for our fellow citizens. We are thinking carefully about how to integrate AI, ML, data science research, and related technologies to enhance the quality of life and solve global challenges. The pandemic taught us to be together and need to be ready for high-tech solutions to tackle the upcoming natural calamities. Our healthcare research facilities are ranging from public health planning and management to devise fabrication, feasibility studies, field trials, and many more.

Over the past few years, in collaboration with the International Association of Advanced Materials, the institute welcomed talented researchers, fellows, students, and scholars who have the belief to leverage technological innovation in the sphere of cloud medicine, wearable devices, climate neutral technologies, waste utility, and net-zero R&Ds. We have created consortia and projects for academic and industrial partnerships that hold the potential to transform the green future. These consortia bring out the best possible solutions for different problems of translational R&D by mapping out the path for new technologies, materials, and products. During the post pandemic years, we look forward to offering several kinds of professional education, industrial training programs and will create consortia for the net zero R&D as well as partnerships for waste utility.

Together with our global research networks, we are set to be more responsive and alert in today’s transforming climate neutral technologies. We can keep on creating a society where each person has the prospect to achieve their full capacity. Working with sustainable development and net zero goals will be knitting partnerships and collaborations for our decade’s priority. It will allow us all to think deeper, achieve greater, and expand our perspectives. It will also improve the ability of our courageous and pioneering institution to be a stimulating partner to move across science, engineering, technology, medicine, and biotech for sharing and creating knowledge.

With “net zero” as the objective in both the “green” and “sustainability” disciplines, we will contribute towards the advancement of a sustainable society. Our organization has a strong and long-lasting approach in advocating sustainability but moving with the current scenario, we must do more with our R&D world links, international networking, and practicing policies for a green future. This is not a simple mission, but the possibility of achieving these objectives is much needed owing to the recent climate neutrality evolution.

As the director, I will be truly happy if we can become an institute that is truly inspiring to society by creating a sustainable and green culture. I would like to invite all of you for your constant support to pursue these endeavours of “net-zero” targets.