The objective of the workshop is to bring forward the global landscape of Regional/National/European Collaborative, research & development activities on material topics with the focus on material types and needs versus application fields.
A Roadmap for promising Materials Technologies within industry led-key challenges will be built. The workshop will facilitate the formulation and recommendation on future R&D Needs on Materials technologies and to identify top priorities & funding for upcoming Horizon 2020 programs.
Time and place: July 10-14, 2016, Lausanne, Switzerland
Lausanne and Junior Euromat is a symbiosis since the beginning of the conference in 1992, rendering it the major event for young materials scientists and engineers in Europe. Junior Euromat assembles every two years more than 300 Master and PhD students, Post docs and young scientists from all over the world. The 13th Junior Euromat conference is for the first time organized by the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Materials Department, Powder Technology Laboratory in close collaboration with FEMS and will be held at EPFL from July 10 to 14, 2016. Also for the first time, the Scientific Committee and the Organising Committee are responsible for the content and structure of Junior Euromat, adding further value to this unique event.
During the conference we will have a MATCH Symposium with speakers from the consortium like Michal Basista, Bertrant Fillon, Ian Warrington, presenting the outcome of MATCH.
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The fourth European Conference on Industrial Technologies 2016 which will be held in June 22–24 in the RAI Conference Centre in Amsterdam.
The Industrial Technologies 2016 is the largest networking conference in the field of new production technologies, materials, nanotechnology, biotechnology and digitisation in Europe.
The conference is organized as an associated event of the Netherlands Presidency of the Council of the European Union in the first half of 2016
12.6.2015, Riga, Latvia. Material experts gathered together during EuroNanoForum 2015 to disseminate and discuss on the implementation map developed by NANOfutures ETIP within Value4nano project. The interest of industrial players in different pilot Line facilities was shown with the ultimate goal of validating an innovation driven strategy for the sustainable and safe production of added value products using nanotechnology. Moreover, EUMAT ETP presented materials related issues concerning value chains and pilots.
The MATCH project is coordinated by Italian Centro Sviluppo Materiali and the whole consortium consists of 18 partners from nine countries representing the six related European Technology Platforms and several major European material research organisations. The project started in January 2015 and will continue for 30 months until June 2017. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 646031.
Place: Erfurt, Germany
Thematic main areas: “Rapid Prototyping Technologies” and “Smart Biomaterials”
Invited lectures, short presentations and Matchmaking
More information and registration: www.b2match.eu/biomaterial2016
Nanotechnology and materials in action: pilot lines and industrial alliances to reach the market, Workshop in EuroNanoForum 2015, 12.6.2015, Riga, Latvia. Please read the press release here