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Surname Name Country Institution Abstract Title Topic
001 Rørvik Per Martin Norway SINTEF Thin film functional materials for low carbon green energy Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
002 KELLICI SUELA UK LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY Continuous Hydrothermal Flow Synthesis for 2D Materials Design and Discovery in Energy Related Applications and Beyond Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
003 Gäbler Jan Germany Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Films IST Self-Sustaining water purification technology for rural African areas Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
004 Bagci Basak Aslıhan Turkey SELCUK UNIVERSITY Characterization of Surface Modified Si Schottky Diodes by SAM Molecules Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
005 Grochowska Katarzyna Poland The Szewalski Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery Polish Academy of Sciences The relation between titania nanotubes geometry and their photoactivity exhibited in neutral and basic electrolytes Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
006 Sgroi Mauro Italy Centro Ricerche FIAT, Strada Torino 50, 10043 Orbassano (TO), Italy Aluminium doping of LiMn1.5Ni0.5O4 spinel: a first principle study. Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
007 Jamier Vincent Spain LEITAT Aluminum-ion batteries for stationary applications, the ALION project Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
008 Pori Maja Ljubljana National Institute for Chemistry Methanol synthesis using CO2 as raw material Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
009 Slavcheva Evelina Bulgaria Institute of Electrochemistry and Energy System (IEES)-Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Natural non-carbon nanomaterial as catalytic support for hydrogen energy systems Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
010 inanc ibrahim Turkey ondokuz mayis university Effect of Matrix Type on the Mechanical Properties of Commingled Fiber based Thermoplastic Composites Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
011 Ocana Ibon Spain CEIT-ik4 Microstructural and magnetic characterization of Fe-Si-B powders produced by gas atomisation Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
012 Manca Oronzio Italy Università degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli” Numerical investigation on PCM in aluminum foam in latent thermal energy storages Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
013 Annemette Hindhede Jensen Denmark SiOx Aps SIOX COATINGS SUITABLE FOR SCALE REDUCTION IN HEAT EXCHANGERS Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
014 Becker Jacob Denmark Aarhus University Continuous Production of Tailored Nanoparticles Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
015 Saldivar Tanaka Laura Mexico El Colegio de Mexico The precautionary principle in nanotechnology regulation in Mexico. Can we learn from the EU experience? Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
016 Hajduk Špela Slovenija National Institute of Chemistry ZnO nanostructured films using carbon nitride for enhanced photoelectrochemical water splitting Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
017 Rinaldi Antonio Italy enea Advanced materials solutions for next generation high efficiency concentrated solar power (CSP) tower systems Advanced materials and nanotechnologies for low carbon green energy
018 Castillo Sonja The Netherlands Ioniqa Technologies Magnetic nanoparticles for circular plastics recycling Advanced materials and nanotechnology for a bio-based and circular economy
019 Marques Paula Portugal University of Aveiro DESIGNING A CUSTOMIZED, LOW-COST AND ECO-FRIENDLY TECHNOLOGY FOR EFFICIENT RECYCLING AND REUSE OF WATER RESOURCES Advanced materials and nanotechnology for a bio-based and circular economy
020 Blanco-Covián Lucía Spain ITMA Materials Technology Antibiofouling coating using different methodologies based in silver nanoparticles Advanced materials and nanotechnology for a bio-based and circular economy
021 BRENNER Werner Austria TU Wien The Role of Early Involvement of Standardization in Implementation of a Circular Economy for Photovoltaic Waste – The Vision of the H2020 Project CABRISS Advanced materials and nanotechnology for a bio-based and circular economy
022 Kähkönen Mika Finland University of Helsinki Impacts of nano-Dy, nano-Er and nano-Zn to capacity of basidiomycetous fungi to degrade harmful xenobiotic compounds Advanced materials and nanotechnology for a bio-based and circular economy
023 Grochowska Katarzyna Poland The Szewalski Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery Polish Academy of Sciences Laser-assisted fabrication of highly ordered titania nanotubes functionalized with gold nanoparticles Advanced materials and nanotechnology for a bio-based and circular economy
024 Halama Maros Slovakia Technical University of Kosice Redox, thermodynamic and corrosion properties of nanoobjects in application environment Advanced materials and nanotechnology for a bio-based and circular economy
025 Bieniek Tomasz Poland Instytut Technologii Elektronowej Lab4MEMS-II project: Innovative multi-cantilever sensor system with MOEMS read-out Electromechanical and fluidic systems at nano-scale
026 Ghatkesar Murali Krishna Netherlands Delft University of Technology Weighing, pipetting, and imaging liquids of femto-litre volumes using hollow microcantilevers Electromechanical and fluidic systems at nano-scale
027 Choi Seong Soo 대한민국 SunMoon University and Sungkyunkwan University Towards the Plasmonic Nanopore for Portable Optical Device Electromechanical and fluidic systems at nano-scale
028 Cuesta-Lopez Santiago España Int. research Center in CRMs and advanced industrial technologies Innovative coarsening-resistant alloys with enhanced radiation tolerance and ultra-fine –grained structure for aerospace application Materials modelling in an industrial context
029 Havlova Vaclava Czech Republic ÚJV Řež, a.s. Development of tools for studying nanoparticle transport in fractured rock environment Materials modelling in an industrial context
030 Bannier Emilie Spain Asociación de Investigación de las Industrías Cerámicas. ITC-AICE. Thermomechanical modeling of ceramic tile during cooling in the firing stage Materials modelling in an industrial context
031 Alfany Izabel Spain LEITAT Technological Center Nano-confined photonic system for detection of breast cancer spread to the lymph nodes Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
032 Bohmer Nils Switzerland Empa- Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology Interferences of Nanoparticles: How to Implement Flow Cytometry as a Viable Tool for the Assessment of Nanoparticles in vitro in Early Product Development N Bohmer1, C Hirsch1, MJ Kwak2, MB Heo2, NW Song2, HF Krug1, P Wick1; 1 Swiss Federal Laboratories for Material Testing and Research (Empa), CH-9014 St. Gallen, Switzerland 2 Korean Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS), Yuseong-Gu, Daejeon 305-340, Rep. of Korea Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
033 Balas Mihaela Romania University of Bucharest Influence of silica nanoparticles on human pulmonary cell metabolism Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
034 Schmid Ruth Norway SINTEF Materials and Chemistry Ultrasound-enhanced drug delivery using nanoparticle-stabilized microbubbles Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
035 Nelson Andrew UK University of Leeds TOWARDS A THIRD GENERATION RAPID HIGH THROUGHPUT SCREENING PLATFORM FOR NANOMATERIALS Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
036 Craciun Ana-Maria Romania Babes-Bolyai University Nonbleaching gelatin-coated gold nanoparticles with two-photon excited FLIM/dark-field dual-modality imaging capability Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
037 Tanasescu Speranta Romania Institute of Physical Chemistry “Ilie Murgulescu” of the Romanian Academy Thermodynamic parameters controlling the interaction of nanoparticles with proteins Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
038 ULIERU DUMITRU ROMANIA SITEX 45 SRL Great flexibility nanomanufacturing technology concept of new ocular implant with high biocompatibility degree and fast proliferation speed Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
039 Dolanský Jiří Prague Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague Sulfonated Polystyrene Nanoparticles for Visible-Light-Driven Dual Antibacterial Action via Simultaneous Photogeneration of Nitric Oxide and Singlet Oxygen Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
040 Mason Laura UK Upperton Ltd Spray-drying of virosomes to produce stable powder vaccines Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
041 Oliveira Helena Portugal University of Aveiro An in vitro approach to assess the cyto-genotoxic potential of graphene nanomaterials Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
042 Nica Cristina Ionela Romania University of Bucharest Development and biocompatibility evaluation of photocatalytic graphene oxide/TiO2-based nanoparticles co-doped with iron and nitrogen designed for self-cleaning purposes Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
043 Pukina Lasma Latvia Institute of Physics of University of Latvia Nanoparticle transfer in ferrocolloids in nonuniform magnetic field Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
044 PAPPA FOTINI Greece Aristotle University of Thessaloniki / BL NANOBIOMED P.C Nanomechanical Characterization and Real Time Spectroscopic Ellipsometry of PVA Nanocomposites Fibers Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
045 Mischenko Oleg Poland Osteoplant Research and Development Surface nanotexturing by Laser-Induced Periodic surface Structures for dental implants Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
046 Boudou Caroline France Institut Laue Langevin Neutrons: the unique probe for studying nano-compounds in physiological environment Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
047 Constantinescu Cristina Ana Romania Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology “N. Simionescu” Selective siRNA delivery to endothelial cells using P-selectin directed lipoplexes Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
048 Kazemi Oskuee Reza Iran Mashhad University of Medical Sciences Cytotoxicity and transfection efficiency of dexamethasone conjugated poly(propyleneimine) nanocarriers for gene delivery Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
049 Borgos Sven Even Norge SINTEF Materials and Chemistry Analytical strategies for advanced characterisation of nanomedicines Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
050 Demircan Özgür Turkey Ondokuz Mayıs University Improving Mechanical Properties of Elastomeric Polyurethane by Reinforcing with Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNTs) Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
051 Pokorny Marek Czech Republic Contipro a.s. Thickness uniformity of polymeric nanofibrous layers deposited by electrodynamic spinning Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
052 BENEA LIDIA Romania Faculty of Engineering, Dunarea de Jos University of Galati Hybrid polymeric chitosan – nanoporous TiO2 layer formed on Ti alloy to improve the surface properties in biological solutions Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
053 Marculescu Catalin Romania National Institute for Research and Development in Microtechnologies – IMT Bucharest Flow analysis in microfluidic device for erythrocyte lysis – numerical investigation Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
054 Catalucci Daniele Italy National Research Council Cardio Ultraefficient nanoParticles for Inhalation of Drug prOducts – CUPIDO – Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
055 Apetrei Constantin Romania Dunarea de Jos University of Galati Nanostructured biosensor based on L-amino acid oxidase immobilized onto carboxylated multiwalled carbon nanotubes/Prussian Blue hybrid film with applications in pharmaceutics Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
056 Farcal Lucian Romania BIOTOX SRL An integrated testing approach to generate validated, lung-relevant toxicity data on graphene nanoplatelets Nano-enabled healthcare nano-medicine and medical technologies
057 ULBIKAS JURAS LITHUANIA Applied Research Institute for Prospective Technologies MORPHOLOGY AND STRUCTURE OF TiO2 NANOPARTICLES GENERATED BY ABLATION OF TITANIUM PLATE WITH FEMTOSECOND LASER Nano-manufacturing and nano-metrology, Technology and business networks in Europe – promoting innovation and industrial ventures
058 Ocana Ibon Spain CEIT-ik4 Nanopatterning of diamond based on ultrafast UV laser induced photo-oxidation Nano-manufacturing and nano-metrology, Technology and business networks in Europe – promoting innovation and industrial ventures
059 Ullmann Christian Germany Dresden University of Technology Evaluation of particle sizing with analytical centrifugation methods Nano-manufacturing and nano-metrology, Technology and business networks in Europe – promoting innovation and industrial ventures
060 Stanciu George Romania University Politehnica of Bucharest Nanoscale imaging by using label free microscopy techniques Nano-manufacturing and nano-metrology, Technology and business networks in Europe – promoting innovation and industrial ventures
061 Frijns Evelien Belgium VITO SAFE AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF NANO PRODUCTS Nano-manufacturing and nano-metrology, Technology and business networks in Europe – promoting innovation and industrial ventures
062 Bulgarini Alessandra Italy University of Verona Biogenic Synthesis Of Selenium Nanoparticles By Two Bacterial Strains Differently Responding To Gram-Staining: Towards An Understanding Of Nature And Role Of Associated Surrounding Capping Layer Nano-manufacturing and nano-metrology, Technology and business networks in Europe – promoting innovation and industrial ventures
063 ULIERU DUMITRU ROMANIA SITEX 45 SRL Developing and implementation of a new generation of nanosafety assessment tools Nano-manufacturing and nano-metrology, Technology and business networks in Europe – promoting innovation and industrial ventures
064 Szatmáry Lórant Czech Republic ÚJV Řež, a.s. Removal of radioactive Cs(I) and Sr(II) from aqueous solutions by titanium dioxide nanomaterial Nano-manufacturing and nano-metrology, Technology and business networks in Europe – promoting innovation and industrial ventures
065 Koltsov Iwona Poland Institute of High Pressure Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Sokolowska 29/37, 01-142 Warsaw Nanostructure and properties of ZrO2-Al2O3 solid solution ob-tained by microwave hydrothermal method (MHS Nano-manufacturing and nano-metrology, Technology and business networks in Europe – promoting innovation and industrial ventures
066 Choi Doosun Republic of Korea(South Korea) Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials(KIMM) Method for fabrication of nano and micro structures on Polycarbonate surface using nano pores and micro mold Nano-manufacturing and nano-metrology, Technology and business networks in Europe – promoting innovation and industrial ventures
067 Karsch Diana Germany TU Freiberg Thermo-shock Sensors by Pyroelectric Delamination Layers Nanotechnologies and advanced materials for machinery and process tools
068 Rauch Jean-Yves France Universite Bourgogne Franche Comte New generation of Nano factories Nanotechnologies and advanced materials for machinery and process tools
069 Zonaro Emanuele Italy University of Verona Use of selenium nanoparticles synthesized by bacterial strains as anti-biofilm agents for the control of surface microbial fouling in industrial contexts. Nanotechnologies and advanced materials for machinery and process tools
070 Vivancos José Luis Spain Universitat Politecnica de Valencia Core-shell SiC nanoparticles for Ti-based alloys to be processed by additive manufacturing techniques Nanotechnologies and advanced materials for machinery and process tools
071 Maskalchuk Leanid Russia Sorbents LLC “Nanostructured sorbents of radionuclides based on clay-salt slimes of JSC “Belaruskali” for nuclear-power engineering and environment remediation” Nanotechnologies and advanced materials for machinery and process tools
072 Manaia Ana Portugal Instituto Pedro Nunes Sm@rt Edge – Intelligent tool development Nanotechnologies and advanced materials for machinery and process tools
073 Meier Florian Germany Postnova Analytics GmbH A novel, straightforward and environmentally friendly analytical methodology for the verification of the “nano-labelling” of cosmetic products Nanotechnology and advanced materials in consumer goods
074 Frijns Evelien Belgium VITO ASSESSING THE RELEASE OF NANOMATERIALS IN AIR FROM NANO-ENABLED PRODUCTS IN SUPPORT OF PRODUCT USE Nanotechnology and advanced materials in consumer goods
075 Kohl Yvonne Germany Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering Risk assessment of nanomaterials in the environment Nanotechnology and advanced materials in consumer goods
076 Geraci Corrada Italy Institute of Biomolecular Chemistry – CNR Encapsulation of essential oils in polymer-based nanocarriers for food applications Nanotechnology and advanced materials in consumer goods
077 ROMERO MARIA DOLORES Spain INESCOP. CENTRE FOR TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION METALLIC COMPOUNDS REMOVAL FROM POLLUTED WATER AND ANTIBACTERIAL CAPACITY AS POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS FOR ZnO-SiO2 NANOCOMPOSITES Nanotechnology and advanced materials in consumer goods
078 Calin Manuela Romania Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology “N. Simionescu” Investigation of cell death mechanism induced by silver- and silver nitrogen-doped titanium dioxide nanoparticles in human keratinocytes Nanotechnology and advanced materials in consumer goods
079 Carvalho Sandra Portugal University of Minho Leather functionalized with antimicrobial nanoparticles Nanotechnology and advanced materials in consumer goods
080 Haase Andrea Germany German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) ERANET SIINN NanoToxClass: Establishing NM grouping/ classification strategies according to toxicity and biological effects for supporting risk assessment Nanotechnology and advanced materials in consumer goods
081 Simões Alda Maria Portugal Instituto Superior Técnico Stability and protective properties of graphene-Al2O3/TiO2 thin coating on stainless steel assessed electrochemically . Nanotechnology and advanced materials in consumer goods
082 Seyyed Fakhrabadi Mir Masoud Italy University of Padova Copolymer self-assembly of Fe-Porphyrin and Fullerene molecules on Ag(100) for novel data-storage devices Nanotechnology applications for electronics
083 Leborán Alvarez Victor Spain Universidad de Santiago de Compostela Thermomagnetic device based on Nernst effect for high sensitivity calorimetric applications Nanotechnology applications for electronics
084 Nebojsa Romcevic Serbia University of Belgrade Structural changes in ZnO(Co) nanoparticles induced by different laser power: phonon properties Nanotechnology applications for electronics
085 Mizsei János Hungary Budapest University of Technology and Economics Thermal-electronic devices for the nano-electronics of the future Nanotechnology applications for electronics
086 Smirnov Aliaksandr Belarus Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics Nanomesh Coatings as Transparent Conductive Electrodes Nanotechnology applications for electronics
087 Jedryka Ewa Polska Institute of Physics , Polish Academy of Sciences Advanced characterization of the prospective spintronic material: Mn5Ge3/Ge(111) epitaxial films Nanotechnology applications for electronics
088 ULIERU DUMITRU ROMANIA SITEX 45 SRL Graphene based micro-sensors integrated into MEMS/CMOS platform for environmental monitoring applications Nanotechnology applications for electronics
089 Kus Mahmut Turkey SELCUK UNIVERSITY PROCESS OPTIMIZATION FOR REPRODUCIBLE AND STABLE PEROVSKITE SOLAR CELLS Nanotechnology applications for electronics
090 Nazarova Dimana Bulgaria Institute of optical materials and technologies – BAS Dynamic spectra of absorbance and birefringence excited with laser light in azopolymers and azopolymers doped with ZnO nanoparticles Nanotechnology applications for electronics
091 Berberova – Buhova Nataliya Bulgaria Institute of optical materials and technologies – BAS Polarization holographic recording in azopolymer Nanotechnology applications for electronics
092 Capria Ennio France European Synchrotron (ESRF) High resolution 3D X-ray imaging for next generation micro-electronics packaging Nanotechnology applications for electronics
093 Prodanov Dimiter Belgium IMEC Safety of nanomaterials in semiconductor industry Nanotechnology applications for electronics
094 Sánchez-Silva María Luz Spain University of Castilla-La Mancha Nanoclay reinforced aerogels as efficient building insulation materials Nanotechnology in buildings and construction industry
095 Bregoli Lisa Italy Warrant Group srl European Project NANO-CATHEDRAL: Nanomaterials for conservation of European architectural heritage developed by research on characteristic lithotypes Nanotechnology in buildings and construction industry
096 Marques Ivânia Portugal Instituto Pedro Nunes DEVELOPMENT OF A SUPERINSULATION AEROGEL FOAM FOR A BUILDING FAÇADE CLADDING PANEL Nanotechnology in buildings and construction industry
097 Romeo James Italy University of Catania Reduction of environmental pollutants using photocatalytic action of nanoparticles, synthesized with eco-friendly method and their use in indoor areas Nanotechnology in buildings and construction industry
098 Yigit Deniz Germany Zoz GmbH Development of EIGA bars for producing powder particles of Ti6Al4V nanomodified by gas atomization (NANOTUN3D European Project) Nanotechnology in printing and additive manufacturing
099 Scholz Steffen G Germany Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Novel nano inks for additive manufacturing – is there a need for a safety risk management concept in 3D printing? Nanotechnology in printing and additive manufacturing
100 Portoles Luis Spain AIDIMME – INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO METALMECÁNICO, MUEBLE, MADERA, EMBALAJE Y AFINES. Avda. Leonardo Da Vinci, 38. Parque Tecnológico de Valencia- 46980 Paterna, Valencia, Spain. Development of the complete workflow for producing and using a novel nanomodified Ti-based alloy for additive manufacturing in special applications. Nanotechnology in printing and additive manufacturing
101 Verstraelen Sandra Belgium Flemish Institute for Technological Research HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGEMENT FOR A TITANIUM-BASED NANO-ADDITIVED MATERIAL: FROM CORE-SHELL PRODUCTION TO FINAL PARTS Nanotechnology in printing and additive manufacturing
102 Vicini Isella Belgium Bewarrant Driving up Reliability and Efficiency of Additive Manufacturing (Acronym: DREAM) Nanotechnology in printing and additive manufacturing
103 Middelkoop Vesna Belgium Flemish Institute for Technological Research – VITO 3D printed nanoparticle-bearing catalyst systems for chemistry and energy applications Nanotechnology in printing and additive manufacturing
104 Cavaleiro Albano Portugal Instituto Pedro Nunes NANOSENSING – Semiconductor nanocomposite thin films for LSPR gas sensing applications Nanotechnology in smart green and integrated transportation
105 Grochowska Katarzyna Poland The Szewalski Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery Polish Academy of Sciences Composite boron-doped diamond / TiO2 nanotube electrodes as electrochemical double layer capacitors Nanotechnology in smart green and integrated transportation
106 Vicini Isella Italy Warrant Group Srl Development of novel, high Performance hybrid Three Way Catalysts/Gasoline Particulate Filter Automotive after treatment systems by rational design: substitution of Noble Metals and Rare earth materials (Acronym: PARTIAL-PGMs) Nanotechnology in smart green and integrated transportation
107 Sideratou Zili Greece NCSR Demokritos Advanced nanostructured top-coatings with hydrophobic/icephobic properties Nanotechnology in smart green and integrated transportation
108 Katsaros Fotios Greece NCSR Demokritos Novel nanocomposites with micro slime layer control properties for fouling release paint applications Nanotechnology in smart green and integrated transportation
109 Demircan Özgür Turkey Ondokuz Mayıs University Effect of Integration of Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs) on the Tensile and Bending Properties of Thermoplastic Composites Nanotechnology in smart green and integrated transportation
110 Demircan Özgür Turkey Ondokuz Mayıs University Improving Mechanical Properties of Epoxy Resin by Reinforcing with Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNTs) Nanotechnology in smart green and integrated transportation
111 Perez Angélica Spain Technological Centre Lurederra Industrial production of tailored nanoparticles by advanced, high-output, high-versatility Flame Spray Pyrolysis Pilot lines for industrial implementation
112 Melotti Elena Italy Warrant Group S.r.l. IZADI-NANO2INDUSTRY: a H2020 funded project to impulse the uptake of nanotechnology based solutions Pilot lines for industrial implementation
113 Resch Susanne Austria BioNanoNet Forschungsgesellschaft mbH Industrial Innovation: Real-Life Relevant Translation of Nanosafety into Pilots Pilot lines for industrial implementation
114 Ghajneri Farnaz Sweden Svenska Aerogel AB Market applications and developments of a nano-material meeting environmental and cost efficiency in industrial processes. Pilot lines for industrial implementation
115 Poenninger Anneliese Austria EV Group (EVG) Pilot Equipment for Micro- and Nanopatterning Pilot lines for industrial implementation
116 Drahorád Josef Czech Republic Food Research Institute Prague Micronization of plant proteins by spray nebulisation drying Pilot lines for industrial implementation
117 Kosanovic Tatjana Greece Artia Nano Engineering and Consulting New protective composite coatings by pulse plating electrodeposition Pilot lines for industrial implementation
118 Borris Jochen Germany Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Films IST Atmospheric pressure plasma-assisted CVD in the production of advanced healthcare care products Pilot lines for industrial implementation
119 Kotlík Pavel Czech Republic / France Charles University in Prague / Université de Strasbourg Normative Regimes of the Nanoworld in the Web of Science Database: From Self‑Assembly to Open Science Policy frameworks and societal aspects
120 Nau Katja Germany Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Informing the public on safety aspects of nanomaterials – DaNa2.0 Policy frameworks and societal aspects
121 Briffa Sophie Marie UK University of Birmingham Environmental transformations of zirconium doped ceria nanomaterials: supporting industry in developing reliable life-cycle assessment of their products Policy frameworks and societal aspects
122 Briffa Sophie Marie UK University of Birmingham Manufactured Nanomaterial (MNM) libraries for nanosafety studies: Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) Capped Metal Oxide Nanoparticles Policy frameworks and societal aspects
123 Cioffi Margherita Italy D’Appolonia SpA FutureNanoNeeds safe and sustainable nano-enabled value-chains: market and industrial relevance, innovation potential and safety issues Policy frameworks and societal aspects
124 Booth Andy Norway SINTEF An internationally benchmarked approach for standardised aquatic ecotoxicity testing of nanomaterials Policy frameworks and societal aspects
125 Brüngel Raphael Germany University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund A flexible and extensible Knowledge Base for Mapping of Measurement Technique Performances and Material Properties in the NanoDefiner Policy frameworks and societal aspects
126 Neno Victor Portugal Unviersity of Averio Nanotechnology Usability tool for optimization of nano-based products Policy frameworks and societal aspects
127 Reuther Rudolf Sweden NordMiljö AB A new integrated measurement approach to support the implementation of the Commission recommendation for the definition of nanomaterial Policy frameworks and societal aspects
128 Seoung Hun Bae Korea Korea Institute of Sicence & Technology A study on investigation and analysis for Korean’s perception, trust, adoption intention of nanotechnology Policy frameworks and societal aspects