The first Industrial Technologies Conference was a success thanks to the active participation of the 1000 participants. They attended the almost 100 different presentations, walked through the exhibition, visited some innovative Belgian companies, met each other during the networking moments and took part to the 500 meetings during the Matchmaking day.
The aim to enhance the integration across disciplines, stakeholders and actors in the nano, materials and production research fields has been reached. The organizers hope that participants will use this event as a springboard for their future R&D projects and businesses.
All the presentations, the pictures and the film of the conference are available on the website conference website
From Economic Recovery to Sustainability conference, Valencia, 13-14
The conference ‘From Economic Recovery to Sustainability’, held in Valencia under the auspices of the Spanish Presidency of the European Commission, presented progress on three major public-private partnerships (PPP) set up to implement the Commission’s 2008 European Economic Recovery Plan. The event also saw the launch of a fourth PPP, ‘Future Internet’, addressing the ICT domain. [...] Read more
EuroNanoForum 2009 took place in Prague, as an event of the Czech Presidency, under the auspices of the Czech Ministry for Education Youth and Sports and with the support of the European Commission. More than 800 delegates from industry and the scientific community worldwide attended the plenary and parallel sessions, while an exhibition featured academic centres, special interest groups and suppliers of materials and equipment. EuroNanoForum 2009 reflected the state of the art in European nanotechnologies and nanosciences. This year's particular focus was on sustainability and environment. [...] Read more
The EuroNanoForum 2007 conference and exhibition on 'Nanotechnology in Industrial Applications' has been organised by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research of Germany and the European Commission in the framework of the German Presidency of the EU. [...] Read more
EuroNanoForum 2003 counted 1000 participants from all 5 continents. Moreover, 1000 young students participated in the nanotech-young initiative which featured an exhibition and workshops especially tailored for the young. Seven ancillary workshops were organised (on subjects ranging from financing of high-tech SMEs working in the area of nanotechnology to tribology, etc.) including several events dedicated to fostering contact with INCO Countries as well as encouraging their participation in FP6. Almost 50 journalists participated in 6 dedicated press events. [...] Read more