Agenda

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  • Day 1

    14th April 2021

  • Day 2

    15th April 2021

  • Zina Cinker, Director General of AMPT and former Executive Director of NGA, will meet with NANONET Foundation representative Monika Goszcz on the immersive conversation on trends in nanotechnology, advanced materials and frontiers materials. Expect crush of European and American experiences and synthesis of terminology that will be used in the heated discussions in the sector in the nearest future.

  • Is nanotechnology (or advanced materials) ready to be standardised if so which one and how? Does business understand what it means to have a standard? Does business know that standards are primarily developed for them? For these and other questions you’ll find answers from the specialists and policy-makers in nanotechnology around the world. The discussion will be moderated by Denis Koltsov who consults nanotechnology standardization in more than 50 countries.

  • All sessions will be active during the networking event: - Nanonet Foundation and Nanotechnology Cluster - EEN - International Cooperation Network. - City of Katowice - Rawa.Ink - Opportunities for Start Ups - Invento Capital - Innovation Funding - New Opportunities for 2021-2028 (Cebrio) - Waste Management and Recycling Cluster - Cooperation Opportunities - Polish Cluster of Composite Technologies - Cooperation Opportunities - International Trade and Science At the same time, 1v1 meeting rooms for pre-established companies will be active. Companies will get links to private rooms and be informed about the timeframe for B2B networking. B2B networking is co-organized with Fundusz Górnośląski Enterprise Europe Network.

  • Thematic panel by Piotr Ciochoń from SOLARIS National Synchrotron Radiation Centre: 🔸Piotr Cichoń, Characterization of 2D materials using synchrotron radiation, 🔸 Denis Koltsov BREC Solutions Limited, Commercialisation trends in Graphene industries, 🔸 Paweł Kowalczyk, Heterostructures of graphene and transition metal based van der Waals materials, 🔸 Miika Soikkeli, Wafer-scale CMOS integration of graphene FETs, 🔸 Łukasz Bodek, Challenges and opportunities in upcaling graphene production on SiC.
    Graphene and two-dimensional materials

  • Thematic panel by Tomasz Tański from Silesian University of Technology: 🔸 Jung Yon Kim, Phase diagrams of conjugated polymer solutions and blends for organic photovoltaic nanotechnology, 🔸 Dawid Janas, Black is the new green: Carbon Nanostructures at the heart of sustainable development 🔸 Katarzyna Młynarek, Structural characterization of quasicrystalline Al71Ni24Fe5 alloy prepared by rapid solidification 🔸Mateusz Tomczyk, Direct covalent coupling of fluoresceine to (6,5) SWCNT – incorporating visible fluorescence while achieving enhancement of NIR emission. 🔸 Weronika Smok, Study of optical properties of 1D SnO2 prepared by electrospinning 🔸 Piotr Kowalczewski, XTPL 🔸 Paweł Jarka, Hybrid semiconductor nanostructures for dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSC) 🔸 Adrian Radoń, Role of shape, size, and surface modification of the electrons transport in magnetite nanoparticles determined by broadband dielectric spectroscopy
    Green energy

  • Two important concepts will be introduced: 🔸 Safety-and-Sustainability-by-design - a cornerstone for sustainable innovation by Susanne Resch, BNN (BioNanoNet ForschungsGmbH), Austria and Open innovation test beds - their role on the way to the market by two existing infrastructures: 🔸 PHOENIX - Pharmaceutical Open Innovation Test Bed for Enabling Nano-pharmaceutical Innovative Products (10 minutes) Scientific Coordinator Dr. Nazende Günday-Türeli, MyBiotech GmbH, Germany 🔸 NextGenMicrofluidics - Next generation test bed for upscaling of microfluidic devices based on nano-enabled surfaces and membranes (10 minutes) Scientific Coordinator Dr. Martin Smolka, JOANNEUM RESEARCH ForschungsGmbH, Austria It will be followed by the 🔸 panel discussion moderated by Andreas Falk, CEO of BNN.
    From idea to reality - important cornerstones on the way to the (nano)market

  • Business - Science Forum by Centre of Polymer and Carbon Materials PAS: 🔸 Wioleta Borzęcka, How nanomedicine can improve breast cancer treatment? 🔸 Zbigniew Nawrat, Cardiac surgery by nanotechnology and medical robots - lecture based on personal experience, 🔸 Izabela Radecka, Nanotechnology in medicine and environment, 🔸 Sandrine Cammas-Marion, Design of peptide decorated biocompatible nanoparticles to target hepatoma cells
    Business-Science Forum: Nano for health and environment protection