Cornet Project together with OYSTER Project, MMAMA Project and NANOTEXNOLOGY Organizing Committee organizes the Workshop on Open Innovation and Standardization for materials characterization, materials modeling and materials process and manufacturing during NANOTEXNOLOGY 2019.
A prerequisite for the enhancement of the innovation capacity of European (as well as global) industries in the fields of Organic Electronics and Nanotechnologies is the adoption of an Open Innovation environment which is an open framework process that can accelerate innovation through collaboration between expert stakeholders from academic, research and industrial communities. The adoption of an Open Innovation approach allows the breaking down of boundaries that prohibit the internal ideas and approaches to be adopted by other entities, which would facilitate the mutual progress in relevant fields without duplication of effort in national, European and global levels.
Europe embraced Open Innovation in characterization and modeling by supporting the implementation of cutting edge research in selected topics that cover Organic Electronics, Microwave Microscopy and advanced nano-architectured and bio-inspired hard/soft interfaces.
The combined efforts to promote and progress in state-of-the-art Scientific and Research fields requires the compatibility with internationally accepted roadmaps and frameworks, towards the development of future standards.
During the Workshop a series of Invited talks, Oral and Poster presentations will be given by representatives from currently running EC R&D projects in that cover different aspects of Open Innovation for materials characterization & modeling (ranging from the atomic to the macro-scale or multiscale) applied on a broad range of subjects and applications.
The Workshop topics include:
- Open Innovation for multiscale modeling of materials
- Open Innovation for multiscale characterization of materials
- Modeling Data Analysis (MODA)Process and Manufacturing
- Standardisation needs in the manufacturing sectorIndustry needs on Open Innovation approaches
- Business Models and Sustainability for Open Innovation Databases
Workshop International Organizing Committee (tentative, tbc)
S. Logothetidis, Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, AUTh, Greece
F. Castro, National Physical Laboratory, UK
D. Dykeman, Granta Design, UK
M. Sebastiani, Department of Engineering, Università degli studi Roma Tre, Rome, Italy
C. Charitidis, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, School of Chemical Engineering NTUA, Greece
G. Dambrine, University of Lille Nord de France, France
J. Costa Dantas Faria, European Commission, Belgium
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