NanoMECommons was represented at the World Future Energy Summit (WFES) – 16-18 Jan 2023

 Organic Electronic Technologies (OET) (nanoMECommons partner) was present at the World Future Energy Summit (WFES0) held on the 16-18 Jan 2023 in ADNEC, Abu Dhabi. OET had an exhibition stand at this prestigious event.
The World Future Energy Summit is the leading international event accelerating sustainability and the global transition to clean energy.

2nd Co-creation Workshop – 24 November 2022 – registration open!

The 2nd Co-creation Workshop Materials characterization and software tools as key enablers in NMBP-35 projects: towards industrial transition and wider acceptance of new methods and products, is taking place on the 24 November 2022. This workshop is organised by nanoMECommons Project together with other NMBP-35 projects (CHARISMA and EASI-STRESS) as a hybrid event (Athens/Online). Registration to this event is free.

If you would like to participate, please fill the registration form from the events page at this link.

CHARISMA Raman Training School – 18 – 19 October 2022, Italy

The the EU-funded Horizon 2020 CHARISMA project is organising the CHARISMA Raman School 2022, taking place in Turin, Italy on the 18-19 October 2022. It will be hosted by by INRiM (Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica) in their facilities.
The Raman School will provide extensive training in Raman spectroscopy and focus on various contemporary topics in the Raman-related fields, such as data harmonisation and analysis, new techniques and devices, or relevant and emerging applications. For more information and application to this event, please follow this link.

nanoMECommons represented at the 1st International Symposium for Materials R&D Data – 8 July 2022

nanoMECommons was represented at the 1st International Symposium for Materials R&D Data, Satellite Symposium of NanoKorea 2022, by Dr Gerhard Goldbeck from Goldbeck Consulting This event took place on the 8 July 2022. This symposium was organized by the National Center for Materials Research Data of Korea. The presentation was entitled: Materials Data Documentation: How to Improve Interoperability in a Complex Field of Perspectives and covered multiple projects, in particular OntoCommons, OntoTrans, NanoMEcommons.

nanoMECommons was present at the FLEPS 2022 – 11 July 2022

Dr Donna Dykeman from Ansys Granta (nanoMECommons partner), gave a presentation at the 4th IEEE International Conference on Flexible and Printable Sensors and Systems (FLEPS 2022) on the 11 July 2022. The conference was held as a hybrid event, in Vienna, Austria. The talk was entitled: Building an industry-driven “innovation ecosystem” through the establishment of digital platforms for characterization.

Workshop on Materials characterization – 13 December 2021

The NanoMECommos Project organised a Workshop on Materials characterisation challenges to support the industry transition in the digital era“. The workshop took place virtually on December 13th and had the participation of around 60 people.

The workshop was divided in 4 sessions:

  • Interoperability – Standardization – Harmonization
  • Think Digital – entry to a new era
  • Industrial Insights
  • Roundtable

Extended registration for the workshop on materials characterisation!

The registration to the Workshop on Materials characterization challenges to support the industry transition in the digital era, has been extended until the 8th on December. Registration is free,, you can find the registration at the Events page, where you also download the agenda for the workshop.   The workshop is taking place online on the 13 December 2021.

Workshop on Materials characterization – 13 December 2021 – Save the Date!

NanoMECommos is organising the Workshop titled: Materials characterisation challenges to support the industry transition in the digital era” and will be held virtually on December 13th through zoom digital platform.

The NanoMECommons  aims to proclaim knowledge and share new ideas amongst academic scientists, researchers, engineers and other stakeholders from research area of nanotechnology, modeling, and (nano-)characterization. Another goal is to gain deep insights in the work performed in other characterization NMBP projects and testbeds, and establish synergies under the umbrella of EMCC. The outcomes of the Workshop will be used for an Open Consultation Process, by identifying the community needs in accordance to EC directives and EMCC objectives.
The conference is scheduled for December 13th, 2021, and includes prompt presentations, oral talks from experts in the field of characterization. It is organized by NTUA and will be held virtually, where you can participate without a registration fee.

More information, including agenda and registration fee will be available soon from our Events page.