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EuroNanoForum 2013 - June 18-20th 2013

The EuroNanoForum 2013 is an event funded by The European Commission Directorate for Research and Innovation and its Industrial Technologies programme under grant agreement number 319114 and takes place during the Irish Presidency of the European Council.

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View the programme here .

The 2013 conference programme topics include key enabling technologies, industrial application & commercialisation in nanotechnology, pilot lines and demos, financial instruments, healthcare, environment & water, food, transport, nanoelectronics, nanosafety and measurement tools.

Examples of fascinating sessions:
The Nanotechnology and Sustainable Energy Development session highlights how nanotechnology can address many of the major scientific and technological challenges of energy production. Speakers in this session include Winfried Hoffmann, President of European Photovoltaic Industry Association, John Meschter, Technical Development Director at G24i and Jesus Isoird, Research and Innovation Programmes Manager at Acciona.

Bringing university IP to market is one of the most important themes in ENF 2013 and the Financial Instruments for Commercialisation session focuses on it. This session is a must for all the academic and commercial delegates who wish to find out about different funding opportunities in Europe. Don’t miss what Michael Flasch, Investment Associate at Nanostart, has to say from the VC point of view, or Jean-David Malo, Head of Unit, DG Research and Innovation EC, talking about the financial instruments of Horizon 2020 and how to utilize them.

More information on the speakers and programme.

The Calls for Posters and Best Projects relating to Nanotechnology are now open.

During the conference a prize for Best Project targeting Nanotechnology will be awarded. They are looking for projects funded under FP5, FP6, FP7, ENIAC or the ERDF. From the submissions received 10 Projects will be selected, which will be showcased during the conference and an overall winner will be selected.

A fully integrated poster exhibition will be held during the conference. The posters should complement the conference themes. All submitted posters will be eligible for the Best Poster Award, which will be chosen from 10 finalists.

The deadline for submissions is March 19th 2013.

Submit your abstract now.

Language: English
Organization: European Commission