Call for Presentations



Call for Presentations
International Conference on
Industrial Processes for Nanomaterials
Cambridge, UK: 1st July 2014
Call for Presentations
NanoEx3 is an international conference and exhibition focusing
on the opportunities and challenges to the market uptake of
nanomaterials. NanoEx3 will provide a platform for you to
present to and network with your peers, potential collaborators,
industrial users, national government and EU agencies, and
prospective investors.
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The theme of the event will be transfer of knowledge from the
research base to industrial application, so there will be a strong
emphasis on how innovation value-chains deliver the benefits of
Deadline for receipt of
abstracts: 14th February
For more information or to submit an
abstract, please contact:
Christina Glenister
Conference Organiser
BHR Group
[email protected]
Telephone: +44 (0) 7887 753 192
The conference is looking for presentations that fit into one or more of
the following topics:
Idea to Innovation
Developing novel product formulations, analytical techniques,
characterisation methods and predictive models.
Engineering and Application
Developing and integrating characterisable products, scalable
processes and associated measurement and control essential for safe
and economically viable manufacture.
Market and Societal Drivers
The funding landscape for getting to market, the role of the
government in developing an agenda for growth and framework for
legislation or regulation, the view of the investor especially for SMEs
and start-ups.
The Innovation Value Chain
Developing attractive value propositions, looking for partners and
investors, and building business relationships that last.
Supported by:
Organised by:
Presentation content and submission
This call is for prospective presenters to submit a short 300 word abstract
based on original work describing what they will present and how it fits
with the four topics described in the Scope. Presentations are invited
from industrial practitioners, researchers, SME and other innovators and
entrepreneurs, and from government representatives and investors. Each
abstract must state your name, affiliation and contact details and be
submitted electronically to: [email protected] All abstracts will be
reviewed by our Technical Committee.
Confirmed industrial speakers:
The conference will address
The European and Global Dimension
Horizon 2020, Europe’s largest programme
supporting industrial update of emerging
technology solutions in nanotechnology states
that the:
‘Seamless integration of technologies
and processing for using nanomaterials
in production; to improve the control and
monitoring of the conditions required for the
use of nanomaterials in industrial processes;
to increase the level of robustness and
repeatability of such industrial processes;
to optimise and evaluate the increased
performance and functionality of the product
as well as that of the production line in
terms of productivity in actual operational
environment…. represent critical steps
before committing to pilot production.
Dr Fabien Gaboriaud,
Michelin France
Physical Chemistry and Processing of Advanced
Materials for Tyre Application
Paul Littley,
Head of R&D, FUCHS Lubricants (UK)
Nanoparticles in Lubricants – Good things come in
small packages.
Site visit:
The Nanosicence Centre - Cambridge University
nanofabrication and characterisation facility.
The Centre provides open access to over 300
researchers from a variety of University Departments to the
nanofabrication and characterisation facilities housed in a
combination of Clean Rooms and low noise laboratories.
Technical Advisory Committee
Dr Gul Ozcan-Taskin (Conference Chair)
BHR Group, UK
Prof Cristina Flesia (Conference Co-Chair)
University of Ferrara, Italy
Prof Jerzy Baldyga
Technical University of Warsaw, Poland
Prof Fabrice Dassenoy
Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France
Prof Debora Fino
Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Dr Fabien Gaboriaud
Michelin, France
Dr James Njuguna
Cranfield University, UK
Prof Andrzej Pacek
University of Birmingham, UK
Prof E. Hugh Stitt
Johnson Matthey Technology Centre, UK
Dr Karl-Heinz Haas
Fraunhofer Nanotechnology Alliance, Germany
Dr Guy Duchossis Expert/consultant for GMES EC and ESA programmes, France

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