Informal discussion with a keynote speaker at the INC11 offers a PHD student a new perspective on research
INC11 ended last week, and while the conference is over, its impact will be long lasting. INC11 provided the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences on nanotechnology, facilitated innovation across disciplines, and geographical borders, and clarified the roles of industry, academia and government in the development of the field.
The #INC11 held in Fukuoka, Japan, was a special occasion for me and five other European PhD students who were invited by the European Commission to attend a conference meant to foster cooperation
Is "cross-layer" the way towards future computing?
6 PhD students have been selected by the European Commission to attend the 11th International Nanotechnology conference on Communication and Cooperation (INC 11) in Japan. As a PhD student from AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland, interested in microelectronics I was fortunate to be one of them and take part in this great experience.
Good news for SMEs and middle size companies who need funding for new technologies. The European Commission promotes the Smart Anything Everywhere initiative meant to facilitate the creation of smart products.
6 PhD students have been selected to attend the 11th International Nanotechnology conference on Communication and Cooperation (INC 11) in Japan. They will have the opportunity to experience the big picture of nano-electronics and nanotechnologies and the revolution they bring in smart mobility and robotics as well as discover more about the Japanese national-research-programmes.
The power of components at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), 2-5 March 2015, Barcelona
Organising a brokerage event is becoming a tradition in our unit. We challenge ourselves to keep our constituency informed of the opportunities in Horizon 2020 for research and innovation. Such an event offers an opportunity for potential partners to meet, network and prepare proposals.
40 business cards received in two days. This is more than the average! My stay at SEMICON Taiwan was a great opportunity to develop relations with Taiwanese stakeholders – and explain to them that it is worth investing in Europe.
"Smart Specialization: How to make it work for the Key Enabling Technologies at the example of Microelectronics" - a conference organised by DG Connect and the Austrian Federation of Industries in Villach (Austria), on 27th and 28th of May.
Six european PhD students talk about Tenth International Nanotechnology Conference on Communication and Cooperation (INC10)
Joining forces with the regions for a strong industrial base in the European Member States