As the end of the project is approaching, the consortium is delighted to invite you to the final event of MOSAIC, in the form of a visit of the prototype and a series of conferences relative to innovative CSP technologies.
You can register on the page of the event.
Renown experts from CSEM will present the general workflow of metal AM, details of the process focusing on re-design for AM, and finally 6 use cases from different industrial sectors acting as examples.
You can find more information about the project on the MANUELA website.
The Horizon2020-funded project “PANCAIM – Pancreatic cancer AI for genomics and personalized Medicine” will combine genomics and imaging phenomics using AI to generate breakthrough knowledge to increase understanding of PDAC biology and patient stratification.
In the context of WP3, the consortium is organising an open webinar with the topic of “AI in Genomics and multi-omic data integration for pancreatic cancer”.
The webinar will take place on Wednesday, 10. November 2021, 9-10 AM via Microsoft Teams.
Following thematic areas will be covered:
- Welcome and brief introduction to the core idea of PANCAIM (Henkjan Huisman, Radboud University Medical Center)
- Molecular Taxonomy and Precision Medicine in Pancreatic Cancer (David Chang, University of Gloasgow)
- AI models for prognosis and treatment predictions (Tero Antero Aittokallio, Oslo University Hospital)
- Multi-omic approaches and data integration in pancreatic cancer (Núria Malats, Spanish National Cancer Research Institute)
- Questions and Answers
In addition to the PANCAIM consortium members, interested guests are welcome to participate in the webinar. If you would be interested to attend, please register your participation until Sunday, 07.11.2021 by email to the PANCAIM project manager, Kristin Aldag (firstname.lastname@example.org), in order to to receive the link to join. Any specific questions to the presenters are welcome in advance to the same email.
For more info, please visit the Pancaim website.
“Pilot Production for InP PICs” Kevin Williams, Professor and Chair of the Photonic Integration group at TU Eindhoven
“Maturity of the design flow and PDK” Katarzyna Lawniczuk, Senior Photonics Engineer at Bright Photonics
“Fabs and their offer” Nazanin Shafiee, Business Development Manager at SMART Photonics
“Automated testing” Axel Schönau, Research Associate at Fraunhofer HHI
“Open Call” Marika Kurova, Project Manager at AMIRES
“Investment opportunities” Antonio Raspa, Innovation Manager at EPIC
After the presentations, there will be a networking session at wonder.me.
Please, register via this link.
This webinar introduces MedPhab, presenting MedPhab technology capabilities and how to work with the pilot line. By registering here for the event, participants may find a solution to a product development problem. The Webinar will take place on October 28, 2021 and five MedPhab partners will speak about MedPhab, including Mariana Pacheco Blanco, MedPhab project manager and Programme manager at AMIRES who will present MedPhab Community management platform (CMP).
MedPhab pilot-line CMP includes a technical marketplace, the virtual catalogue of capabilities of the whole Photonics-based medical devices ecosystem. Although at this moment MedPhab partners technical services are visible, during October 2021, non-MedPhab partners will be able to register their organisation and offering (prototypes, products and services). This platform is a community building tool that allows lowering the barrier for photonics technologies adoption by companies interested in medical applications. Therefore, through CMP third parties interested in MedPhab services can submit their enquiries via the in-take form.
For the opening of the application process, FlexFunction2Sustain is organising a webinar on 05th October 2021 at 10:00-11:00 CET/CEST. During the online seminar, information will be provided about:
- What services do we provide for the winners?
- Purpose and background of the Open Call;
- Selection and execution processes;
- Eligibility criteria and conditions;
Subscribe to the webinar by completing the registration form under the following link.
More information about the conditions of the Call can be found here. In case of questions, you can contact the helpdesk at email@example.com.
We’ll be looking forward to supporting your innovative ideas!
The webinar will focus on:
- Printed Electronics
- Sensing Technologies
- Printed Sensors
- Applications Innovation Opportunities
The registration is free and available here.
Join us at the workshop on “Advances in design, fabrication and applications of free-form micro-optics”
Two EU funded projects PHABULOuS and PHENOmenon have come together to organise a workshop to present the available technologies for production of polymer and hybrid micro-optics, and the advances of direct laser writing, two-photon polymerization and microreplication technologies for industrial production of custom and freeform optical surfaces. This two day event held on 8-9 June 2021, will present additional information on the progress and status of both projects, as well as provide an opportunity for further discussion and exchange between worldwide researchers.
For more information on the workshop or to register please click here.
MedPhab pilot-line launches its Community management platform (CMP) which includes a technical marketplace, the virtual catalogue of capabilities of the whole Photonics-based medical devices ecosystem. Although at this moment MedPhab partners technical services are visible, in the second half of 2021, non-MedPhab partners will be able to register their organisation and offering (prototypes, products and services).
This platform is a community building tool that allows lowering the barrier for photonics technologies adoption by companies interested in medical applications. Therefore, through CMP third parties interested in MedPhab services can submit their enquiries via the in-take form.
To learn more, register here for the Webinar on June 3, 2021, in which five MedPhab partners will speak about MedPhab, including Mariana Pacheco Blanco, MedPhab project manager and Programme manager at AMIRES who will present CMP.
On June 10th project OASIS will host an interactive online workshop for companies and institutions looking to innovate their products/services with nanotechnology and advanced materials.
Participants will get to hear about what services OASIS can offer them, what are the conditions for applying a project in its opencall and what projects have already been successfully supported by OASIS.
The other half of the workshop will be dedicated to direct networking with providers of specific services and diving deeper into the technologies on offer.
You can register for the event HERE
This programme will be launched soon, having as first cut-off on July 15, 2021, and to explain all steps needed for participation, MedPhab is organising a Webinar on May 11, 2021 11:30 CEST. If you are interested in learning more about MedPhab and about how you can participate in the Open Call tune in to this webinar. More information about the Webinar HERE, and about MedPhab open call HERE
The conference is held on May 5th – 6th , 2021 with the main topic: Role of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials for innovation, competitiveness, and sustainability in Europe and on a global scale.
Not only experts across different sectors will be part of the conference, but Exhibition Hall and Poster sessions will be available to visit as well.
AMIRES will disseminate projects across Health & Biotech, Energy and Sustainability, New Materials and Flexible & Wearable Materials as well as Deep Tech domain.
Registration for potential interested parties is free of charge. For more information visit official EuroNanoForum website.
The European Commission has invested approx. 250 million euro in Open Innovation Test Beds (OITBs) with the aim to bring nanotechnologies and advanced materials within market reach by providing access to demonstration and upscaling facilities as well as advisory services to advance technologies from laboratory validation to prototypes in industrial environments. Up to today, 25 OITB projects have been launched in six technology domains.
The objective of the workshop is to take stock from current policy initiatives and Open Innovation Test Beds in order to get new ideas to support the Advanced Materials European Innovation Ecosystem in the context of Horizon Europe. OITBs, related clustering initiatives and end-users will have the opportunity to share their experience, expectations and new ideas to bring nanotechnologies and advanced materials within the reach of companies and users. The event is targeted to representatives from the OITBs, Industry, Industry Associations, other projects likely to integrate results to OITB service portfolio and the European Commission.
The workshop will be held on 4th May 2021, 14:00 – 17:30 CEST as Online Event and will feature two sessions:
1. About OITB and about user expectations to the European Open Innovation Ecosystem;
2. OITB as a Service for Industry: Introduction to the service portfolio of established OITB
If you are interested to join the event, please register through the EuroNanoForum Website.
Participation is free of charge!
Looking forward to discussing with you about the fast-track to turn your ideas to market-ready innovations!
Take the opportunity, participate and find out more about incredible technology, modern trends, and interests of the key players in this field. Establish your new network for future collaborations! You can find below the list of companies presenting at this event.
SmartEES2 (Sustainable ecosysteM for the Adoption, Ramp-up and Transfer of Emerging Electronics Solutions) může nabídnout jak finanční podporu na vývoj a validaci prototypu nebo koncových produktů s využitím z dostupných technologii, tak i podporu při realizaci.
Nepromeškejte šanci se dozvědět důležité informace a možnost diskuse s našim CEO Rudolfem Fryčkem.
Seminář je určen jak pro zkušené, tak pro začínající podnikatele.
Více informací se dozvíte ZDE
Can flexible and wearable technologies innovate your products and services? How to get technical, business and financial support for testing it?
SmartEEs2 is an original European acceleration program dedicated to helping innovative companies digitise their businesses thanks to flexible and wearable electronics (FWE) testing, experimentation and manufacturing support. https://smartees.eu
Within SmartEEs2 five Calls for Application Experiments are opened inviting interested companies, satisfying the criteria, to submit their application experiment proposals. Selected Application Experiments will demonstrate the transfer of flexible and wearable electronics technologies into new products / series of products, processes, business models and business opportunities. The next, already third, Call for Application Experiments is open until the 15th of January 2021.
This workshop is specifically aimed to inform companies in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary about possibilities to participate in the open calls but is open to anyone.
The workshop will also include examples of companies that were supported through the first SmartEEs project. Please complete the registration form under the following link.
|10:30 – 10:40||Introduction to the workshop||Michael ten Donkelaar, AMIRES|
|10:40 – 11:00||Introduction to SmartEEs2||Rudolf Fryček, AMIRES|
|11:00 – 11:20||Company testimonial 1 – ESYST||Jaroslav Sochor, ESYST, Czech Republic|
|Company testimonial 2 – IDEA||Gianluca Di Buo, IDEA, Italy|
|11:20 – 11:40||SmartEEs2 registration process||Minja Maric, AMIRES|
|11:40 – 12:00||Q&A and discussion||Rudolf Fryček, AMIRES|
|12:00||End of webinar|
Michael ten Donkelaar, AMIRES
Phone: +420 737 124 294
We are inviting you to a hybrid Workshop on Energy Efficient Technologies for Building Envelopes from November 25 – 27, 2020 in Dresden or online. Switch2Save project, in which AMIRES is a partner, will be presented during the first and second day of the workshop.
According to the Energy Performance of Building Directive (EPBD), all newly planned buildings in the EU shall be “nearly zero-energy” buildings by December 2020. Therefore, long term renovation strategies for existing buildings are needed to ensure a low and zero-emission building stock all over Europe by 2050.
Nanotechnology offers energy saving solutions for buildings such as smart windows, solar energy harvesting, active energy storage or super insulative elements and can therefore be an important part to achieve this mission.
The presentations in this technical workshop will focus on the latest developments in nanotechnology research and the most promising technologies for the energy efficient buildings of the future.
Each day of the workshop sets a different emphasis:
Day 1 – Energy efficient technologies for building envelopes
Day 2 – Reliability, life time and characterization
Day 3 – Energy smart solutions in membrane architecture (German only)
On the event website you will find the tentative program as well as the registration form.
Due to unsecure situation, we are happy to offer an online participation. For those who prefer to finally meet people on-site again, we prepared a security concept to make sure that your participation is safe and to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
SABINA H2020 project consortium would like to invite you to its final event, that will take place on 29 and 30 October 2020 on-line.
SABINA is an EU funded H2020 research and innovation project that aims to develop new technology and financial models to connect, control and actively manage generation and storage assets to exploit synergies between electrical flexibility and the thermal inertia of buildings.
On October 29, a policy & standardisation oriented webinar will take place presenting policy and standardisation recommendation prepared during the course of the project. More information on this event is available here.
On October 30, a webinar oriented towards technical and business developments of SABINA will summarize the overall project’s achievements. More information on this event is available here.
To register for both events, please click here. The connection link will be provided at the latest one day before the webinar.
Ideas, trends and networking: Virtual workshop on Applications and Industrialisation of Functional Polymer Films, Paper and Membranes. Register now!
AMIRES is excited to join the leading event for the photonics and laser communities – SPIE PHOTONICS WEST and find the latest products and devices driving technology markets. See you at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, United States, on 1-6 February 2020.