Workshop

Materials characterization challenges to support the industry transition in the digital era

Date: 13 December 2021

Place: Online

Cost: Free, but registration required

The NanoMECommons workshop 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.

Why to Attend?
With members from around the world focused on learning about Characterization, Modeling, Nanoinformatics, Nanomaterials & Nanotechnology, take advantage of this opportunity to develop new collaborations and meet experts.

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

Deadline:

Registrations closes on the 6th December 2021