HiPerNano 2015


HiPerNano 2015
Event on 2015-11-02 09:00:00
Linking nanotechnology developers with end-users, HiPerNano 2015 is now celebrating its seventh year. Taking place 2-3 November in London, this two-day event is unique in that it provides end-users from many sectors with a platform to discover the latest nanotechnology solutions that can help drive their products and business forwards. This year, the conference has an especially exciting line-up of speakers from end-user sectors, posing challenges to nanotechnology organisations and industry. Aimed at engineers, industrialists, researchers and students, SMEs and corporate companies. Day 1: HiPerNano Conference – 2 Nov 2015 Day one focuses on how nanotechnology can improve: Energy Transport Consumer products The built environment With talks that cover nanocomposites, surfaces and coatings, textiles and demanding environments — we know you’ll be surprised at what current developments in nanotechnology can offer. Day 2 :HiPerNano Collaboration Event – 3 Nov 2015 Day two of HiPerNano 2015 focuses on linking funding organisations with technology developers and end-users. It features a consortium-building workshop, company pitches, talks from experts about funding opportunities, and a dedicated session to discuss upcoming competitions with experts from both KTN and Innovate UK.   Confirmed speakers: Sheetal Handa, Programme Manager, BP-ICAM Research Su Varma, NSG Pilkington Jonathan Tuck, CSO, Zapgocharger Catharina Pauker, Chief Scientist, Cambridge Nanosystems Tony McNally, International Institute for Nanocomposites Manufacturing Yuri Zhuk, Technical Director, Hardide James Durrant, Imperial College Fanya Ismail, CEO, Sol-Gel Tech Centre Pufinji Obene, Operations Director, Precision Varionic International Robert Quarshie, Head of Materials and Nanotechnology, KTN Chuck Milligan, Flexenable Pete Gooden, Promethean Particles Yingqian Xu & Mike Attfield, Energenics Richard Ball, University of Bath Ben Peace, KTN Ben Walsh, Innovate UK Lien Ngo, Innovate UK Kalyan Sharma, Innovate UK Tatiana Correia, KTN Program:  Day 1 HiPerNano 2015 Conference, 2 November 2015 Time Agenda 09.00 am Registrations, Networking Coffee, Exhibition 09.30 am Chairman's welcome Robert Quarshie, KTN 09.45 am KTN presentation Tatiana Correia, KTN   10 am 10.30 am   Energy Keynote: Nanocoatings for Energy: end-user perspective Talks from UK businesses and research organizations   11.15 am   Coffee break and networking     11.30 am 12.00 pm   Consumer Goods Keynote: Nanocoatings for Consumer Goods: end-user perspective Talks from UK businesses and research organizations   12.30 pm   Lunch     1.30 pm 2.00 pm   Transport Keynote: Nanocoatings for Transport: end-user perspective Talks from UK businesses and research organizations   2.45 pm Coffee Break, Exhibitions, network     3.15 pm 3.45 pm   Built Environment Keynote: Nanocoatings for Built Environment: end-user perspective Talks from UK businesses and research organizations   4.00 pm Exhibitions, network Confirmed speakers include: Sheetal Handa,Programme Manager, BP-ICAM Research Catharina Pauker,Chief Scientist, Cambridge Nanosystems Tony McNally, International Institute for Nanocomposites Manufacturing Yuri Zhuk,Technical Director, Hardide Fanya Ismail,CEO, Sol-Gel Tech Centre Pufinji Obene,Operations Director, Precision Varionic International Robert Quarshie, Head of Materials and Nanotechnology, KTN Day 2 HiPerNano 2015 Consortium Building, 3 November 2015 Time Agenda 09.30 am Registrations & Networking Coffee 10.00 am Chairman’s Wellcome 10.10 am SEAC and Nanotechnology     10.30 am   Support Mechanisms KTN Presentation Tatiana Correia, KTN 10.45 am Horizon Tools- Sustainability Ben Peace, KTN 11.00 am Coffee Break & Networking     11.30 am   Funding Innovate UK funding competitions Lien Ngo/Ben Walsh, Innovate UK 12.00 am H2020 NMBP Funding Kalyan Sharma, Innovate UK 12.30 pm Newton Fund Competitions TBC, KTN   1 pm   Lunch and Networking     2 pm   Connect and Collaborate Company pitches 3 pm Zone 1: Consortium building and networking   Meet the organisations that have ideas to collaboration   Zone 2: Meet the Innovate UK and KTN team   A chance to seek clarification of the scope of the competition calls with Innovate UK’s Lead Technologists   Clarification on the implementation of the Horizons tool   Meet the Materials KT Managers   4.30 pm   Wrap up  Who should attend: Engineers, industrialists, researchers and students; SMEs and corporate companies. Registrations Early-bird (by 26th October) ·     £75 KTN& IOM3 Members ·     £75 Supporting Members ·     £90 Non-Members ·     £30 Students Late-bird (after 26th October) ·     £90 KTN & IOM3 Members ·     £90 Supporting Members ·     £105 Non-Members ·     £45 Students

at Hawaii Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining
1 Carlton Terrace
City of London, United Kingdom

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