The Imaginenano2018 INDUSTRIAL FORUM (3 days format) will present the most recent advances in technology developments and business opportunities in nanotechnology commercialization and in particular Graphene and 2D Materials. Key representatives of “nanotechnology companies” will share their market vision and business opportunities, while selected talks from industrial exhibitors will present commercial showcases in all current market fields of nanotechnology based products.
SESSION 1: Strategies on technology transfer and patents commercialization for nanotechnology: successful stories
Strategies on technology transfer and patents commercialization for nanotechnology at the Spanish National Research Council. Javier Maira, CSIC, Spain
The National Microelectronics Center and its Clean Room for Micro and Nano Research. Luis Fonseca, IMB-CNM (CSIC), Spain
SESSION 2: Funding NANO to Market and Society
Mª Pilar de Miguel
Chairperson: Cecilia Hernández, CDTI
What can CDTI do for R &D& I activities in Spanish nanotechnology companies?. Mª Pilar de Miguel, CDTI, Spain
Supporting internationalization of Spanish companies through technological cooperation. Inmaculada Cabrera, CDTI, Spain
Opportunities for Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials in Horizon2020. Nieves Gonzalez, CDTI, Spain
Two Success Cases with CDTI funding
- GRUPO ANTOLÍN (15 minutes) - Cesar Merino ACM Advanced Carbon Materials. R&D&I activities funded by CDTI. Presentation
- ALPHASIP (15 minutes) - Miguel Roncales CDTI funding:from seminconductors to digital health. Presentation
- AVANZARE (15 minutes) - Julio Gomez
Success Cases with CDTI funding. Presentation
SESSION 3: Nanofabrication with RAITH EBL and FIB equipment
Electron Beam Lithography and Focused Ion Beam Nanofabrication are fundamental techniques for nanofabrication in research, development and production.
This workshop is targeted on those who are interested in Electron Beam Lithography or FIB Nanofabrication and would like to learn how the Raith solutions help to solve state-of-the-art nanofabrication tasks.
Raith Workshop is an excellent opportunity to interact with like-minded professionals and discuss the latest developments within the community.
Invited customers will present their work in the fields of Graphene, Photonics, Plasmonics, electronics and other.
The workshop is split into 3 different sections :
Introduction and overview talk about current nanopatterning technologies, process technology, nanofabrication trends and products
Customers presentations about latest interesting and demanding R&D directions and application results
Raith presentations about current product portfolio and new outstanding application results
RAITH GmbH (Germany)
RAITH GmbH (Germany)
First Session : Nanofabrication with electrons
Welcome – How does EBL work ?
What can you expect from an EBL Tool ?
Vincent Morin, Raith GmbH, Dortmund, Germany
EBL Applications at NanoGune
Spintronics and Nano-optics Applications
Felix Casanova, CIC NanoGUNE, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain
Innovative Writing Strategies for Fabrication of Optical Devices & Nano-engineering beyond EBL
Frank Nouvertné, Raith GmbH, Dortmund, Germany
Second Session : Nanofabrication with ions
Why FIB for NanoFabrication ?
Vincent Morin, Raith GmbH, Dortmund, Germany
FIB Processing using ELPHY
Albert Guerrero, CNM CSIC, Barcelona, Spain
Open Discussion with Buffet
SESSION 4: Showcasing industrial multi-sectorial applications of pilot infrastructures for the development of new nano-enabled materials and components
Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology (UK)
R&D Programmes Manager (IPC) (France)
Jesus Lopez de Ipiña
MTC, Maier Technology Center (Spain)
Official Welcome: Amaia Martinez (SPRI), Bojan Boskovic (CNT & EPPN) and Yolanda de Miguel (TECNALIA)
Chairperson: Yolanda de Miguel (TECNALIA, Spain)
Sonia Florez (TECNALIA, Spain): Introduction to the Showcasing session and to pilot-related activities at TECNALIA
Jesus Lopez de Ipiña (TECNALIA, Spain): PLATFORM: Safe-by-design framework for the development of new pilot lines for the manufacture of carbon nanotube-based nano-enabled products for automotive and aeronautics Angel Hernan (SISTEPLANT, Spain): Industry 4.0 concept for nano-enabled products manufacturing pilot plants for automotive and aeronautics
Cristina Elizetxea (TECNALIA, Spain): IZADI-NANO2INDUSTRY: Pilots for industrial production of nanomaterial enabled improved performed products for automotive, construction and agricultural machinery sectors. Mario Ordoñez (MTC, Maier Technology Center, Spain): ESTCRATCH PILOT: Example for automotive sector
Bojan Boskovic (Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology, UK): Business model of the pilot production network: Example of NANOLEAP
Simon Perraud (CEA, France): Pilot lines for large-area printing of electronic and photonic devices for automotive, medical and other strategic industrial sectors
Sandrine LEBIGRE, R&D Programmes Manager (IPC), France): HYPROD: Advanced functionalization of smart lightweight composites for automotive and aeronautics
Round table discussion and closing remarks
SESSION 5: Safe by Design Implementation: Industrial experiences from European Initiatives
The workshop will introduce, through industrial experiences, the implementation of the Safe by Design (SbD) concept regarding nanomaterials. This strategy allows for the identification of uncertainties and risks as early as possible in development and proposes corresponding actions to manage safer processes and products into the marketplace.
Cesar Merino Sanchez
Grupo Antolin Ingenieria (Spain)
José Mª Navas
Edorta Larrauri. (GAIKER-IK4)
Safe by design, Risk assessment and Risk governance in industry.
Isabel Rodríguez. (GAIKER-IK4)
Grouping of nanomaterials as a previous step for safe by design, registration and risk assessment: an approach based on ecotoxicity data in H2020 project NanoReg2.
José Mª Navas. (INIA)
Guidance for SbD implementation in the Nanotechnology Industry.
Raquel Puelles. (AVANZARE)
Nanoreg2 SbD case study: Carbon nanofibres produced by the floating catalyst technique.
César Merino. (ANTOLIN INGENIERÍA)
Collection of data and monitoring the efficacy of Risk Mitigation Measures in caLIBRAte.
Camila Delpivo. (LEITAT)
The safe-by-design concept and its application in industrial innovation processes.
Blanca Suárez. (TEMAS)
Questions time and closure
SESSION 6: NanoDesk: Advanced web tools to promote the implementation of nanotechnologies and a safe use of nanomaterials in the plastic industry
Overall view of the SUDOE NanoDESK Project Carlos Fito. Project Coordinator. ITENE - Packaging, Transport & Logistics Research Center
Nanotechnology and safety in the plastic sector. Arantxa Ballesteros. ITENE - Packaging, Transport & Logistics Research Center
Exposure potential and risk management measures (RMMs) in workplaces. Carlos Fito. Project Coordinator. ITENE - Packaging, Transport & Logistics Research Center
NanoDESK observatory on the safety of polymer based nanocomposites. Arantxa Ballesteros. ITENE - Packaging, Transport & Logistics Research Center
NanoDESK Platform: new tools to support risk assessment and risk management. Carlos Fito. Project Coordinator. ITENE - Packaging, Transport & Logistics Research Center
Round Table and networking with attendees Chair: Carlos Fito. Project Coordinator. ITENE
SESSION 7: "Graphene and 2D Materials" EUREKA Cluster
The specific 1/2 day "INDUSTRIAL FORUM" related with Graphene and 2D Materials will be focusing on: latest developments in graphene production methods towards wide scale commercialization, emerging opportunities for graphene-based materials, determining criteria for graphene investment opportunities, revealing the latest updates on the application of graphene in electronics, application and commercialization of graphene-based materials in energy storage, aerospace & barrier applications.
Phantoms Foundation (Spain)
Mª Pilar de Miguel
Alberto Garcia Luis
TUD / cfaed (Germany)
Ahmet Oguz Tezel
Graphene Batteries (Norway)
Oxford Instruments (UK)
“Graphene and 2D Materials” EUREKA Cluster: Fostering European Competitiveness Antonio Correia (Phantoms Foundation, Spain)
Graphene & 2D Materials Cluster: Funding Projects in Spain Pilar de Miguel (CDTI, Spain)
The Scaling of Reproducible Graphene for Industry Use Iñigo Charola (Graphenea, Spain)
Technology and processes for scaled up fabrication of 2D materials and heterostructures
Ravi Sundaraman (Oxford Instruments, UK)
Functionalized Processable Graphene from Electrochemical Approaches
Martin Lohe (TUD / cfaed, Germany)
Improving Li battery performance with graphene and GO
Ahmet Oguz Tezel (Graphene Batteries, Norway)
Graphene electrodes for capacitive deionization: an energy efficient water desalination method Alberto Garcia Luis (Tecnalia, Spain)
SESSION 8: SIESTA: profesional open source code ready for industry
Introduction to SIMUNE and SIESTA
SIESTA-PRO: SIESTA code ready for the industry. Federico Marchesin (SIMUNE, Spain)
SIESTA code: main technical features. Monica García-Mota (SIMUNE, Spain)
Excited states properties for SIESTA calculations: time-dependent density
functional theory and beyond.Peter Koval (DIPC, Spain)
Hints to perform and accurate and well-converged siesta calculation. Monica García-Mota and Federico Marchesin
- input file. Principal siesta input parameters
- basis set. The delta-test
Analyzing the results. Post-processing siesta output.
Monica García-Mota (SIMUNE, Spain)