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Euro. Nano. Forum Nanotech Europe Conference - Exhibition - Matchmaking The European Nanotechnology Research Euro. Nano. Forum Nanotech Europe Conference - Exhibition - Matchmaking The European Nanotechnology Research Area Nanotechnology for Economic and Societal Benefits www. euronanoforum 2011. eu 30 May - 1 June 2011 Budapest, Hungary

Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 First Meeting of the International Advisory Committee (IAC) Budapest 16 Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 First Meeting of the International Advisory Committee (IAC) Budapest 16 NOV 2010 National Office for Research and Technology

IAC Agenda 10: 00 Welcome o Hungarian Academy of Sciences o National Office for IAC Agenda 10: 00 Welcome o Hungarian Academy of Sciences o National Office for Research and Technology 10: 15 – 10: 30 Introduction of IAC Members European Strategies and Priorities in Nanotechnologies – EC Lunch Requests for recommendations for Scientific Committee Ideas for promotion of conference, links to networks – Spinverse 10: 30 – 11: 00 – 11: 10 – 11: 30 – 13: 00 – 14: 00 – 15: 30 – 16: 00 Background – EC & NKTH Terms of Reference o Activities o Planned meetings Proposed Conference Structure o Overall structure o Topics / Areas Conference structure discussion Call for Papers Call for Posters / Call for Posters by Young Researchers www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 3.

ENF International Advisory Committee - Members 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ENF International Advisory Committee - Members 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Norbert Kroó Manfred Diehl Carlos Lee Anna Gergely Hulicius Eduard Flemming Besenbacher (Peter Thostrup - 16 Nov) Pekka Koponen Karl-Heinz Haas Peter Krüger István Bársony Laszlo Urge Miklos Kellermayer Paolo Matteazzi Dave Blank Detlef Hommel József Gyulai Jose Rivas David Gonzales Patrik Lundström László Forró Mark Welland Rob Aitken Tapani Ryhänen Andrea Rheinhardt Hans Hartmann Pedersen Zsuzsanna Mokry Vice President, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, ERC Vice-President External Projects, Umicore Senior manager, Semi. Europe Director, EHS Regulatory Steptoe & Johnson LLP, Belgium Institute of Physics of the ASCR Director, i. NANO chair member member CEO, Spinverse member Head of Central Office, Fraunhofer Nanotechnology Alliance member Head of Bayer Working Group Nanotechnology, Bayer Material. Science AG member Director, Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science member CEO, Thalesnano Ltd. member Professor, Vice-Rector, Semmelweis Medical University, SOTE member Chair, Nano. Futures Chair member Scientific Director, MESA+, University of Twente member Professor, University of Bremen member Professor, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Expert of ENF'11 Project member Director General, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory member Prodintec member Acting CEO, Obducate Head of the LNNME, Ecole Politechnique Federale de Lausanna, AA-DOC bureaumember Cambridge member Institute of occupational medicine member Head of Multimedia Devices Research, Nokia Research Center member micro. TEC Ex Officio Project Officer, European Commission Ex Officio ENF 2011 Project Coordinator, National Office for Research and Technology www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 4.

EU Presidency Events 2011 Hungary 24 -25 FEB 2011 FP 7 Evaluation APR 2011 EU Presidency Events 2011 Hungary 24 -25 FEB 2011 FP 7 Evaluation APR 2011 Informal Ministerial - Digital Agenda – Trust, Security, Privacy 7 -8 MAR 2011 Women in ICT 18 -19 MAR 2011 Brain Research 4 -6 MAY 2011 Future and Emerging Technologies Conference ICT Research Directors meeting 10 -13 MAY 2011 e. Health Conference 16 -19 MAY 2011 Future Internet events Future Internet High Level Conference (17 May 2011) FIA - Future Internet Assembly (18 -19 May 2011) FIRE - Future Internet Research Experiments (16 May 2011) Internet of Things (16 May 2011) 19 -20 MAY 2011 ICT Proposers Day 30 MAY – 01 JUN 2011 Euro. Nano. Forum 7 -10 JUN 2011 Week of Innovative Regions in Europe (WIRE 2011) & ESFRI 20 -22 JUN 2011 ERC Conference Under negotiation. Pre-Commercial Procurement www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 5.

ENF background / overview ENF 2011 - the event, the project ▪ Euro. Nano. ENF background / overview ENF 2011 - the event, the project ▪ Euro. Nano. Forum is a biannual event of the EC ▪ Prominent event of the Hungarian Presidency ▪ ENF 2011 is financed by FP 7 NMP ▪ ENF 2011 project consortium: ▪ Coordinator: National Office for Research and Technology ▪ Partner: Spinverse ▪ ENF 2011 is organized in cooperation with Nanotech Europe event www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 6.

ENF background / overview Historical perspective ENF 2003 www. euronanoforum 2007. de/ ENF 2003/ ENF background / overview Historical perspective ENF 2003 www. euronanoforum 2007. de/ ENF 2003/ (on cordis) Trieste Edinburgh Nanotechnology and the Health of the EU Citizen in 2020 www. euronanoforum 2005. org (on cordis) ENF 2007 Düsseldorf Nanotechnology in industrial applications www. euronanoforum 2007. de (on cordis) ENF 2009 Prague Nanotechnology for Sustainable Economy www. euronanoforum 2009. eu (on cordis) Budapest Nanotech ERA Nanotechnology for EU Economic and Societal Benefits www. euronanoforum 2011. eu ENF 2005 ENF 2011 www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 7.

ENF International Advisory Committee – Terms of Reference Objective The International Advisory Committee is ENF International Advisory Committee – Terms of Reference Objective The International Advisory Committee is established to support the structuring and composition of the programme and key messages of ENF 2011 and its accompanying events, and the promotion of the event. Role The International Advisory Committee (IAC) is requested to participate (or offer written input) at two preparatory meetings dedicated to the conference programme, and give its opinion on the selection of posters and award recipients. www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 8.

ENF International Advisory Committee – Terms of Reference First IAC meeting (16 Nov 2010) ENF International Advisory Committee – Terms of Reference First IAC meeting (16 Nov 2010) • Advise on the structuring / content of the conference • Advise on selection of keynote speakers • Recommend members of the Scientific Committee (the Scientific Committee will evaluate all papers submitted to the open call for papers) • Discussion about the promotion of the event Second IAC meeting (Mar 2011) • Give opinion on selection of speakers recommended by Scientific Committee • Advise on the final programme Advise on poster exhibition • Give opinion on selection of posters recommended by Scientific Committee • Select the best poster for the young researcher award www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 9.

ENF International Advisory Committee – Terms of Reference Financing ENF 2011 is financed jointly ENF International Advisory Committee – Terms of Reference Financing ENF 2011 is financed jointly by the European Commission and the Hungarian Government. Funds will be available to cover the following costs of the members of the International Advisory Committee: ▪ ▪ Travel costs (travel, hotel, meals) to two International Advisory Committee preparatory meetings Invitation to ENF 2011, covering travel costs (travel, hotel, meals) and entrance fees www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 10.

EU - Nanotechnology priorities ▪ Next presentation European Strategies and Priorities in Nanotechnologies European EU - Nanotechnology priorities ▪ Next presentation European Strategies and Priorities in Nanotechnologies European Commission www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 11.

Conference content development Schedule • • Mid Nov End Nov 14 Feb Mid Mar Conference content development Schedule • • Mid Nov End Nov 14 Feb Mid Mar End Mar IAC Meeting followed Keynote speakers Publication of Call for papers, posters Deadline Recommendations for speakers to IAC Meeting of IAC (mail feedback by others) Programme announcement www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 12.

30 MAY Monday ENF time / structure 10: 30 12: 00 13: 30 15: 30 MAY Monday ENF time / structure 10: 30 12: 00 13: 30 15: 00 15: 30 17: 00 31 MAY Tuesday 09: 00 10: 30 1 JUN For example: Session structure: 30 min keynote MNT-ERA. NET 3 x 20 min speaker MATERA 11: 00 12: 30 PC & NCP 14: 00 15: 30 … Matchmaking 16: 00 17: 30 Wednesday Parallel workshops: Opening Plenary Closing Plenary AM Nano. Futures PM Site visits www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 13.

Conference content Euro. Nano. Forum – The Nanotech ERA ENF 2011 The European Nanotechnology Conference content Euro. Nano. Forum – The Nanotech ERA ENF 2011 The European Nanotechnology Research Area: Nanotechnology for Economic and Societal Benefits • The Science oriented session aims at highlighting world class research, including collaborations, ERC activity and experience, research infrastructure, research facilities, international cooperation and mobility. • The Business oriented session focuses on European competitiveness, taking into account challenges of sustainability. It looks at the value chains for transferring new technologies into new products, by enterprises and nanotech-clusters involving SMEs. The Session presents examples of the PPP approach and of venture capital involvement. • The Society oriented session aims at a holistic approach to involve strategic thinking. The session addresses the crucial issue of societal acceptance of nanotechnology. The session opens and directs society’s attention to nanosciences and nanotechnology; it discusses approaches to engage the public, build trust. It addresses education, and calls for stakeholders’ involvement. www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 14.

Conference content Topics (1) • SRA / Roadmap topics: – – • European nanotechnology Conference content Topics (1) • SRA / Roadmap topics: – – • European nanotechnology strategy and its implementation Research priorities of nanotechnologies between 2011 and 2020 Possible developments for long term strategic research agendas coming from relevant ETPs Research Infrastructures/European Roadmap for nanosciences and nanotechnology S&T topics: – Integration of nano-, micro- and macro manufacturing systems – Impact of nanotechnologies on other sciences – Safety issues • Innovation related topics: – – • Contribution of nanotechnology to sustainable development Nanotechnology-led innovation in industries Nanotechnology enters business Application of the results from nanosciences to nanotechnologies Education topic: – New knowledge and new practices / education and training • Ethics topic: – Ethical and social impacts of nanotechnologies – Approaches to alleviate concerns and raise societal acceptance of nanotechnology www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 15.

Conference content Topics (2) • Grand challenges: – Life sciences and health care – Conference content Topics (2) • Grand challenges: – Life sciences and health care – Energy; conversion storage and efficient use – Environmental (air, water and soil) • Industry sectors: – – – Chemicals, consumer and household goods Construction and housing Food and agro-biotechnology Fibers, fabrics and textiles Transport; aircraft and automotives • Solutions to societal/economic challenges: – – – – global warming, tightening supplies of energy, water and food, ageing societies, public health, pandemics and security, as well as the overarching challenge of turning Europe into an eco-efficient economy www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 16.

Conference content Propositions Opening Plenary (30 May 2011) • Policy framework and strategic priorities Conference content Propositions Opening Plenary (30 May 2011) • Policy framework and strategic priorities to 2020/NMP Nanotechnology Strategy • Innovation and sustainable growth in the EU with nanotechnologies • Innovating with nanotechnologies, from nanoscience to nanotechnologies • Focus/actions in the New European Innovation driven Action Plan for Nanotechnology innovation • Societal dimension of and challenges for nanotechnologies Closing Plenary (31 May 2011) • European roadmap for innovating with nanotechnologies • Nanofutures initiative • Nanotechnology priorities for the FP 8 to 2020 www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 17.

Conference content Propositions Science Sessions 1 (30 May 2011) • • Strategies for nanotechnology Conference content Propositions Science Sessions 1 (30 May 2011) • • Strategies for nanotechnology research (safety, health, environmental) Basics of nanoscience/targeted research priorities/application oriented research priorities Leveraging research and innovation Eliminating fragmentation in R&D and innovation efforts Intersector mobility of nanotechnology researchers Research efforts for key nanotechnology sectors to enhance innovation, competitiveness and safety Regulation and standardisation approach in nanotechnology research Science Sessions 2 (31 May 2011) • • • Roadmap and strategies of infrastructures for nanotechnology research Application oriented research priorities (energy, transport, construction and housing, forest based industries, environment, health, textiles and fibres, agro/food industries) Life cycle of nanoproducts Application enablers including materials, engineering and production Nano/micro/macro integration Total quality management in nanotechnology www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 18.

Conference content Propositions Business Sessions 1 (30 May 2011) • Conditions/barriers for the business Conference content Propositions Business Sessions 1 (30 May 2011) • Conditions/barriers for the business growth • R&D > technology transfer> industrial innovation • Commercialisation and industrial innovation • Nanofactory/specificities on nanoindustry from modul to mass production • PPP approaches in nanotechnologies to business Business Sessions 2 (31 May 2011) • Tackling market fragmentation for nanotechnology innovation • R&D outputs to real innovation • New business strategies and opportunities for European leadership • Application areas for the business www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 19.

Conference content Structure Society Sessions 1 (30 May 2011) • • Climate change Energy Conference content Structure Society Sessions 1 (30 May 2011) • • Climate change Energy sustainability Environmental sustainaibility Zero emission mobility Preventive healthcare Ageing society Connected society Sessions 2 (31 May 2011) • • • Ensuring safety of consumer, worker and environment Strengthening the societal dimension of nanotechnologies EU platform for engagement, dialogue and overall communication Transparency and active information dissemination policy Socio-economic and ethical issues related to nanotechnologies Education for the science and business > to innovation www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 20.

Accompanying programme Nanofutures Special Day (1 June 2011) • • Plenary and/or sessions; Challenges Accompanying programme Nanofutures Special Day (1 June 2011) • • Plenary and/or sessions; Challenges for the Nanofutures umbrella Outputs from the Nanofutures WG-s ETPs, NTPs, ERA NETs, etc… Vision of ETP-s (e. g. ENIAC) Safety, reliability, Innovation, business, best practices in/for SMEs Site visits (1 June 2011) • • • Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science (MFA) http: //www. mfa. kfki. hu Semilab http: //www. semilab. com Institute of Biophysics and Radiation Biology at the Semmelweiss University of Medicine http: //www. sote. hu/intezetek/? inst_id=9 www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 21.

Accompanying programme Nano. Miracles • Exhibition at the Palace of Miracles Matchmaking • • Accompanying programme Nano. Miracles • Exhibition at the Palace of Miracles Matchmaking • • Future research collaborations Technology transfer Investors Forum • Linked to the business sessions of the conference Public & youth outreach • • Set up a public evening to view the exhibition & nano. Miracles Set up a special session & tours dedicated to youth Workshops, meetings • • MNT-ERA. NET & MATERA Programme Committee & National Contact Points www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting 22.

Keynote speakers Propositions Name Marc van Sande Stefan Marcinowski Wolfgang Plischke Laszlo Peter Bíró Keynote speakers Propositions Name Marc van Sande Stefan Marcinowski Wolfgang Plischke Laszlo Peter Bíró Imre Dekany Title, Organisation CTO, Vice-President. Umicore Research Executive Director, BASF Board Member, Bayer Professor, MFA-KFKI Head of Department - Department of Colloid Chemistry, University of Szeged Javier Garcia Martinez Chief scientist, Rive Technology Konstantin Novoselov Professor, University of Manchester - School of Physics and Astronomy Andre Geim Type Country IND BE IND DE RES HU RES ES UK/RU E. Clayton Teague Langworthy Professor of Physics; Chair of Condensed Matter Physics; RES NL/RU/UK Director of Manchester Centre for Mesoscience and Nanotechnology, University of Manchester director, chemistry professor, International Institute for Nanotechnology, RES USA Northwestern University director, U. S. National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO) RES USA Angela Belcher Paul Alivisatos Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology director, professor, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; UC Berkeley Carolyn Bertozzi director, professor, Molecular Foundry at the Lawrence Berkeley National RES USA Laboratory, UC Berkeley Chief Executive Officer Yorkshire Forward, Professor of Nanomanufacturing RES UK Innovation, Visiting Professor of Nanotechnology Manufacturing, King Abdullah Institute of Nanotedhnology, King Saud Univesity, Riyadh, Nanomanufactyureing Institute, University of Leeds, School of Process, Environmental & Materials Engineering Executive Vice President, Chief Development Officer. Nokia IND FI Chad Mirkin Terrence A Wilkins Kai Öistämö www. nkth. gov. hu | 16 November 2010 – Euro. Nano. Forum 2011 - First International Advisory Committee Meeting RES USA 23.

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