Europe in Motion
Monday, May 2 (14:00-17:00)
Room Artois 1 (level 5)
This half day workshop has two major objectives:
- Show to the International Materials Community that Europe is very present in key and cutting edge topics at scientific and technological levels through a number of initiatives, such as platforms, networks, committees from industry, research institutions, and academia.
- Show that advanced materials are currently present in a large majority of global bottom up or top down projects in several key areas such as Energy, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), as well as Biotechnology.
The outcome of todays research will be the seed for new high level jobs which will be created in the future for our prosperity.
|14:00||Welcome address by E-MRS President (L. Torsi) & the Deputy Chair of the High Level Group of the European Commission (E. Fortunato)|
|14:20||EUROSUNMED: Euro-Mediterranean cooperation on research & training in sun based renewable energies (A. Slaoui)|
|14:35||NANO2ALL: Nanotechnology Mutual Learning Action Plan for Transparent and Responsible Understanding of Science and Technology (tbc)|
|14:50||i-FLEXIS: integrated flexible photonic sensor system (B. Fraboni)|
|15:05||Presentation of new EU projects: 1d NEON and Bet EU (R. Martins)|
|15:50||HERACLES: Heritage Resilience Against Climate Events on Site (G. Padeletti)|
|16:05||The European Energy System moving to a competitive low-carbon economy: a synopsis for European policy makers and concerned citizens (J. Martinez Duart)|
|16:20||MATCH: Building the European Materials Common House (tbc)|
|16:35||Activities at the international level – signed agreements (G. Kiriakidis / T. Lippert)|