Workshop Organised by ASCENT+

May 4th, 2021 – 13:30-15:30 WEST (UTC+1 – Dublin/Lisbon) / 14:30-16:30 CEST (UTC+2)


Please register HERE to attend

Development of nanotechnology, from fundamental research to market-ready applications, requires access to advanced tools and expertise that may not be readily available within local networks of academic researchers or companies. Accordingly, the distributed research infrastructure model is particularly suited for supporting and promoting research and innovation ecosystem in nanotechnology.

Six major projects that cover the full TRL range and the value chain, from nanomaterials to nanofabrication and nanoelectronics, will present the unique aspects of their individual offerings and discuss the current models and future outlook for providing user access to advanced research and fabrication providers.Topics to be discussed:

  • Access support provided by integrated advanced research infrastructures for the development of Nanomaterials, Nanofabrication and Nanoelectronics
  • Challenges and best practices in providing Transnational Access
  • New issues arising from roadmapping activities
Speakers6× 15min talks followed by 30min panel discussion
Giorgos Fagas
Coordinator of ASCENT+
Tyndall National Institute
13:30(14:30 CEST) “ASCENT+ European Infrastructure for Nanoelectronics empowering Research from Materials to Systems”
Margherita Cioffi
Coordinator of SusNanofab
RINA Consulting S.p.A
13:45(14:45 CEST) “SUSNANOFAB Project: European Strategy and International Cooperation for sustainable nanofabrication”
Giorgio Rossi
Coordinator of NFFA-Europe PILOT
University of Milano
14:00(15:00 CEST) “Nanoscience Foundries and Fine Analysis – Europe | PILOT”
Mike Hayes
Coordinator of EnABLES
Tyndall National Institute
14:15(15:15 CEST) “EnABLES – Power IoT Access experiences and potential synergies with nanotech”
Michel de Labachelerie
Coordinator of EuroNanoLab
CNRS Paris
14:30(15:30 CEST) “EuroNanoLab: a distributed Nanofabrication Research Infrastructure for advanced research”
Romano Hoofman
Coordinator of NEXTS/EUROPRACTICE
imec
14:45(15:45 CEST) “EUROPRACTICE – the Trusted One-Stop-Shop enabling Microelectronic Innovations by Academia and Start-ups”
Panel Discussion Moderator15:00 to 15:30 (16:00 to 16:30 CEST)
Ricardo Migueis
INESC Brussels HUB
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