Target beneficiaries SMEs and Pilot users
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The H2020 Infrastructures project, NanoCommons, addresses the gap by creating a community framework and infrastructure for reproducible science, and in particular for in silico workflows for nanomaterials safety assessment and beyond, by:
integration and federation of existing NMs characterisation and interaction mechanisms knowledge, protocols and data (beyond simple toxicity), along with quality assurance criteria and underpinning ontologies
compilation and development of a user-friendly interface for a suite of computational tools for mechanistic and statistical modelling, read-across, grouping, safe-by-design and life cycle assessment, and bench-marking of their predictive power; and
provision of (typically remote) access to its KnowledgeBase, modelling toolbox (predictive, grouping, risk assessment) and workflow optimisation, and the supporting expertise, to the broader user community.
Opening date 2019/05/31
Check out how a pilot produces not only great materials but also bright young researchers: NanoHybrids best practice samples https://nanohybrids.eu/news/the-dynamism-in-nanohybrids-is-a-great-experience-interview-with-victor-baudron-phd-candidate-at-tuhh/
EPPN is part of all the actions in finding solutions to the barriers in adopting advanced manufacturing (find background details in the document uploaded here)
Do you have fresh ideas on how European industry can contribute to a better society and environment? Are you interested in an opportunity to influence policy, liaise with high-level speakers, pitch to stakeholders and meet fellow young innovators to share your ideas in an interactive environment? Are you aged between 21 and 30?
Then this exclusive opportunity at EU Industry Days could be for you!
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Nano in the case of NTC Nano Tech Coatings GmbH
not only generates environment-friendly products and a happy angel investor (myself), it also produces happy customers, a happy team and good news in a row - seehttps://www.ntcgmbh.com/en/news-en.html
We will attend http://nanoconference.de/focus_nrw_nano_conference/
Efficient use, conversion, transmission and storage of energy are crucial to enable a long-term breakthrough of renewable energy sources. But also the conventional energy supply benefits from numerous research approaches of nanotechnology. Furthermore, lightweight design and nanotechnological innovations in construction industry improve efficient use of energy. This and much more about nanoenergy is the focus of one of the sessions on the afternoon of the first conference day.
Characterisation & Simulation: Enablers for Nanotechnology and Materials
Characterisation techniques used on nanomaterials and nanostructures allow for understanding the way atoms and molecules are arranged. This knowledge as well as simulation tools for multi-scale materials modelling of the composition and characteristics of a material can be used to assess the value of a material for distinct applications. Characterisation and simulation techniques as well as innovations in their theories and backgrounds form another session on the afternoon of the first conference day.
NEW session: Start-ups
A short while ago, the State of North Rhine-Westphalia has launched a variety of initiatives to...
You are in Photonics? There is a Pilot action for your needs:PI-SCALE, PIX4LIFE, and MIRPHAB, three major Pilot Lines, which help companies take photonics technologies from lab to market, have been launched by the Photonics Public Private Partnership (PPP). The Pilot Lines mean that companies will be able to take their good ideas, scale-them up and validate them with the first customers for commercial production. This includes the thousands of high tech SMEs in Europe who often lack access to advanced, cost-intensive infrastructures and expertise needed to manufacture new and innovative products. The Pilot Lines will focus on health applications, flexible organic light-emitting diodes, and sensors for the detection of chemicals in gas and liquids. The European Commission has invested €35 million in these projects to boost Europe’s industrial competitiveness. This is part of the Commission’s €700 million investment in the Photonics Public Private Partnership over the seven years of Horizon 2020, the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
Did you know - there is an Industry 4.0 pilot line available for your future products? Please check out
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