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WASCOP at the sister project MinWaterCSP International Conference

WASCOP will be present with the delegates from MASEN, CRANFIELD and RIOGLASS at the MinWaterCSP International Conference taking place in Marrakech, Morocco, on 24 – 25 April 2018. The topic of this event will be Reduction of water consumption in Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) plants with a special focus on new approaches in mirror cleaning, cooling system solutions and overall plant performance simulations. The aim of the conference is to present and discuss new technological solutions to minimize water consumption in CSP plants as well as to create networking opportunities. The event is targeted at stakeholders from Power utilities, Power plant operators, Technology suppliers, Research institutes and Academia that are working in the fields of concentrated solar power. Further stakeholders for mirror cleaning, cooling processes or similar, any users of those technologies, policy makers and investors interested in the topics are will participate to the event. Click HERE to find out more about the event. 

ETPN 2018

On 28 – 30 May, 2018, 13th Annual Event of the European Technology Platform for Nanomedicine (ETPN) will take place in Berlin, Germany.  The event, which will convene the European Nanomedicine and MedTech communities will discuss topics such as clinical nanomedicine & implications in clinical practice, strategic vision for the future of healtcare in Europe, disruptive medical technologies: who will pay the bill, translation of the best HealthTech innovations to market, funding opportunities/brokerage, current European projects in nanomedicine, pitch me up sessions and poster exhibitions. More details and registarion is HERE

Martina Urbankova of AMIRES will be there showcasing AMIplexus collaboration visualization tool and networking for regenerative medicine project ideas by Mendel University (details HERE), AMIRES‘ long-term cooperation client. 

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SME Instrument and Fast Track to Innovation Seminar

The Technology Center of the Czech Academy of Sciences will hold in partnership with the Czech Ministry of Industry and Trade on 24 April 2018 SME Instrument and Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) Instrument seminar. The event is intended for companies interested in engaging in these two funding instruments of the European Commision’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation framework programme. Presentations will be delivered by the National Contact Points, a reviewer of SME and FTI instrument proposals, recipient of Seal of Excellence and thus GAMA TACR funding, and a member of FTI consortium. 

AMIRES represented by Dr. Václav Smítka will present opportunities for SMEs within the new acceleration program for integration of flexible electronics technologies into novel products under H2020 funded project SmartEEs

Click HERE for more information on the event (in Czech language).

4à6 de BioAlps

On Wednesday, 16 May 2018, from 4 pm to 6 pm 4à6 de BioAlps will take place. BioAlps’ „4à6“ are a series of events organized in each of the 7 cantons of Western Switzerland. It enables to visit the major reginoal actors in the biotech and medtech field. In this case, visits will be made to Swiss Advanced Vision, designer, manufacturer and distributor high quality intraocular lenses (IOLs) used in cataract surgery, to see how intraocular lenses are made along with a brief presentation of the most advanced projects SAV-IOL is working on. AMIRES is looking forward to joining the event. Click HERE for more and to register. 
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EPIC Annual General Meeting 2018

 

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2018 Annual General Meeting of the European Photonics Industry Consortium (EPIC) will take place on 18 – 20 April 2018, in Berlin, Germany.  The event, which is intended for EPIC members only, 200 executive level participants will present, discuss and network around the latest photonics-related topics.  The 15th anniversary of EPIC will be celebrated during the event. Click HERE for more. AMIRES, a member of EPIC, represented by Dr. Rudolf Fryček is looking forward to being there!

ETPN Regenerative Medicine Working Group Webinars

Working Group Nanotechnologies for Regenerative Medicine (WG RegMed) of the European Technology Platform for Nanomedicine (ETPN) in partnership with AMIRES launched a series of webinars, presenting recent advancement of ETPN  members in the field of nanotechnologies for regenerative medicine. These webinars aims to improve know how exchange, identification of key European experts and a wider networking among ETPN members (e.g. for collaborative projects). It is also intended to keep webinars open for ETPN non-members, particularly for industrial companies, to facilitate cooperation between researchers and enterprises (mainly SMEs). Please see below the list of past and upcoming webinars and their details (including recordings of the past webinars).

 

Upcoming Webinar
Topic Date Time Presenter Details
To be announced soon

 

Past Webinars
Topic Presenter Link
Polymeric Nanocapsules as tools to face challenges in Regenerative Medicine Dr. Gemma Vilar, LEITAT Technological Center HERE
Intervertebral disc regeneration assisted by collagen nanostructures Prof. Jörg Meisel, BG-Clinic Bergmannstrost Halle HERE
Extracellular Matrix Analogues for the Pre-clinical Handling and Transplantation of Cells Prof. Matteo Santin, Brighton Centre for Regenerative Medicine HERE
Nanofibrous materials – from polymeric solutions to their applications Dr. Marek Pokorny & Dr. Katerina Knotkova, CONTIPRO HERE
Application of stabilised FGF2 in wound healing Dr. Zdenek Rucka, ENANTIS HERE
Implantable polymeric scaffolds for neural repair Prof. Maria Letizia Focarete, University of Bologna
Prof. Laura Calzà, University of Bologna
HERE
Selenium nanoparticles and their utilization in scaffolds Prof. Vojtěch Adam, Mendel University in Brno HERE
Panbio-electronics  Prof. Daniel Simon, Linköping University HERE
H2020 Funding Opportunities for RegMed Dr. Rudolf Fryček, AMIRES HERE
BIOPRINTING – Engineering Complex Bioarchitectures to Biomimic Nature: A Step Closer To The Development of Artificial Organs Marc Thurner, regenHU HERE