SAF€RA has launched its fourth joint call for transnational, collaborative research projects. The call aims to foster collaboration between researchers from different countries in Europe and from different scientific disciplines, in order to improve safety and the management of technological risks.
The call topics are:
For more information, please visit the call website at www.call.safera.eu.
The open workshop will focus on the results of the survey “ Identifying knowledge, tools and services to safely manage nanotechnology” (http://ec4safenano-forms.weconext.eu/identifying-knowledge-tools-and-services-safely-manage-nanotechnology). The responses to the survey as well as the discussions during the workshop will influence the design of the EC4safenano Centre and ensure:
- that your important issues will be addressed by the Centre
- that the catalogue of services will be relevant
- you can provide services through the Centre, if you wish to do so
The workshop is organized around two high points:
- Morning: Presentation at the Standardization Day organized by CEN (Note: different location!)
- Evening: EC4 survey Working Cocktail (including general presentation of the results and discussion)
Further details (e.g.: locations, exact times…) can be found in the <span class="file media-element file-default" data-fid="44" data-media-element="1"></span>.
For late registration, please contact the project office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any question.
With pleasure we announce the launch of the European Centre for Risk Management and Safe Innovation in nanomaterials and nanotechnologies, EC4safenano. This Centre will be developed over the next three years to bridge the gap between scientific knowledge and daily practice by providing science based expertise to help others to safely manage this new technology. Because 15 European institutes from different countries work together, the expertise will be broadly supported and harmonized.
With this survey, we make an inventory of the demand and supply of services in the field of nanosafety. These will be matched and used to define expertise that is needed in daily practice.
By contributing to this survey, you have a chance to give directions to the expertise that will be developed, ensuring that your needs and/or your services are covered.
We kindly invite you to complete this survey and distribute it in your network.
Note that answering all questions will take approximately 20 minutes. It would be greatly appreciated if you can complete the survey by September 15, 2017.
The anonymized results of the survey will be shared with all respondents through distribution of a summary report. The following link will direct you to the survey:
Thank you for your valuable contribution!
Nanotechnologies are considered as key enabling technologies. Their applications are based on effects arising from the promising properties and structure of the building blocks of nanomaterials.
Sustainable development and implementation of these technologies demand:
Your are invited to discuss the state of the art, future needs, and developments in these fields in the “Nanosafety 2017” conference.
“Nanosafety 2017” will be held from October 11-13, 2017, in Saarbrücken, Germany.
Nanotechnology is one of six Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) in the current European industrial policy. An extensive European mandate M461 for developing standards on nanotechnology-related topics is under way.
In the frame of the M461 mandate, a second Open Meeting on (Standardisation for) Nanotechnologies and Nanomaterials is organised by CEN/TC 352 "Nanotechnologies" in collaboration with CEN CENELEC Management Centre (CCMC), the European Commission (EC). The meeting will take place on the 20th of June 2017 in Malta.
The aim of the Meeting is to present progress of the work within mandate M461. The main CEN Technical Committees (TC) involved (TC 352 on Nanotechnologies, TC 195 on Air filters for general air cleaning, and TC 137 on Assessment of workplace exposure to chemical and biological agents), will show and explain their preliminary results. Poster sessions on standards under preparation will allow a direct dialogue between participants and experts.
Also a Round Table will be organized with practitioners, researchers and policy makers on e.g.:
The discussion will also be focused on the overview of Research projects and their impact to the Standardization activities.
Toxicity, Ecotoxicity and the Environment will be addressed in collaboration with EC representatives.
The steering and organising committees are finalizing the programme and the venue in Malta, but we already invite you to save the date for this one-day meeting and circulate this document to your entire network.
This conference is open to everyone who registers in advance, and participation is free of charge. You will be informed when the registration starts.
For further information, please contact: Patrice CONNER, CEN/TC 352 Secretary, email@example.com
The EuroNanoForum biannual conference, now in its 8th edition, has grown since 2003 into the most significant European forum in its field for scientists, industrialists and policy makers. This edition will be organized in Malta on June 21-23, 2017.
ENF2017 will review the latest developments in nanotechnology & advanced materials and discuss their contribution to European manufacturing across all industries.
The discussion this year will also be extended to framework conditions like education, standards, regulations, IPR and safety issues, as well as entrepreneurship and industrial policy. The program includes sessions on finance and funding through European and National programs, in particular Horizon 2020, smart specialisation and public-private partnership initiatives.
The event is organised under the auspices of the Maltese presidency of the European Union and in cooperation with the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation.
Further information available at http://euronanoforum2017.eu/
The NanOEH2017 Conference is approaching. Five keynote speakers present themselves and their keynote on the conference website so please visit http://nanoeh2017.dk/scientific-program/keynote-speakers/.
Session overview and abstracts
Here you also find the preliminary program and a session overview – many of them already with a session abstract and the names and titles of two invited speakers http://nanoeh2017.dk/scientific-program/session-overview/.
Missing abstracts and invited speakers will be added.
The conference has 14 sessions with in total 48 open slots for oral presentations to be selected from the submitted abstracts. The organizing committee will evaluate the abstracts shortly after submission.
Please note that deadline for abstract submission is 28th February 2017, so if you aim for an oral presentation, please be sure to submit before the abstract deadline.
The deadline for Early Bird registration is 31th March 2017.
A number of H2020 funded projects are working on various aspects of the Safe-by-Design (SbD) concept and all rely upon industry to understand its meaning and how to use the tools being developed in these projects. Disseminating this knowledge to a wider audience will help in the acceptance and uptake of SbD by companies and will also allow the projects to learn more about stakeholder needs.
A workshop that allows knowledge exchange between various SbD projects as well as listening and learning from different stakeholder groups (industry, academia, regulators, insurance, consumers) can help adjusting research, dissemination and exploitation strategies accordingly. This ensures project outcomes and tools are relevant long after the project has officially concluded.
The workshop will start on April 24, at 12:00 p.m. and will end on April 25, at 13:00 p.m.
Participation is limited. Please notice that via your application you only confirm your interest in attending the workshop. You will be contacted by the organisers for further information.
Deadline for application will be March 15, 2017.
Registration link: https://www.bionanonet.at/component/chronoforms5/?chronoform=form2
On October 27-28th 2016, Nano4Imaging organizes a two-day Workshop on Nanomedicine & Contrast agents for PhD students in projects ITERM and NanoMILE. The workshop is open for participants from industry and academia, and can host another 10 participants. The workshop focusses on the clinical importance of contrast agents, as well as the current toxicological problems with many of these agents. The workshop venue is the loverly Chateau Bethlehem Teaching Hotel Maastricht. Speakers include Prof. Jelle Barentsz (Nijmegen), Prof. Fabian Kieslsing (Aachen), Dr Iseult Lynch(Birmingham).
Knowledge gained through NanoMILE will feed IUF's presentation at the
Organized by the FP7 Project SETNanoMetro, the Summer School aims to illustrate and discuss the most recent advances in the synthesis, characterization, testing and application of nanoparticles with controlled properties.
The school is addressed to PhD students and Post-Docs with a background in Physics, Chemistry, Material Science, Regenerative Biology and Medicine.
For more detail and for registration, please see here.