12:00 – 13:30 JUNE 13, 2019
C.A. ROSETTI Hall
PILLAR 4 – NANO for EU RE-INDUSTRIALISATION
PARALLEL SESSION 4.1 Nano enabling technologies modernizing industry
Modernising European industry, its materials, processes and products, and maintaining competitivess is a constant challenge. Nanotechnologies and advanced materials contribute to this is several ways, som of which will be discussed in this session.
Barend Verachters, Head of Materials and Nanomaterials Unit at European Commission
Radu Ionicioiu, Horia Hulubei National Institute for R&D in Physics and Nuclear Engineering – IFIN-HH; EU Quantum Flagship, Romania
Putting Quantum into Nanotechnologies / Towards quantum nanotechnologies
Nicolas Bécret, Nanomakers, Paris, France
Nano silicon as a key enabling technology in the framework of the present European effort to develop a battery European industry. Innovation, scale-up, industrial growth.
Henning Zoz, CEO & President of Zoz Group, Germany
Make more with less – Additive Manufacturing Process and Advanced Materials, HKP and Nanotun3D
Bert de Colvenaer, Executive Director at ECSEL JU, Belgium
A public private partnership on nano-electronic components and systems: the ECSEL JU