The workshop intend to give an overview of the Romanian infrastructures, technological transfer and services in the field of nanotechnologies and advanced materials.
The potential of modern and advanced facilities of Romania for cooperation, at EU level, will be presented. Nanotechnologies covers a broad range of applications in different industries. The introduction of nanomaterials and novel fabrication processes based on nanotechnologies are essential in driving different areas of society. The focused of the Workshop will be on the capabilities and opportunities to cooperate with Romanian and EU industry and develop new technologies, to boost innovation, in a dynamic ecosystem.
Also will be discussed research challenges and industry priorities and the importance of collaboration between academia, research institutes and industrial partners along the value chain.
For further information and registration,
please e-mail to Raluca Muller, firstname.lastname@example.org
Raluca Müller – IMT Bucharest: MINAFAB and CENASIC infrastructures for micro-nanofabrication/services/technological transfer
Anton Ficai – Univ. Politechnica Bucharest: A short overview of the research capacity of National Centre for Micro and Nanomaterials, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest
Andrei Galatanu – INCDFM: Research Innovation and Technology Center for New Materials (RITecC)
Nicoleta Lupu – IFT Iasi – Technology Transfer of Novel Magnetic Micromaterials: Comprehensive and Value-Added Approaches
Marian Zamfirescu – INCDFLPR:CETAL – Research infrastructure for photonic based technologies
Radu Robert Piticescu – IMNR:Up-scaling green synthesis and processing of advanced materials: opportunities for knowledge transfer toward innovative SMEs
Bianca Muntean – Transilvania IT Cluster: Transilvania Digital Innovation Hub
Ionut Tata – Innovation and Technology Cluster, Brasov – Developing and funding smart