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Cluster Nanotechnology at Hannover Messe 2014
Hall 2 / A54, Joint Stand Bayern Innovativ
From April 7 - 11, 2014 HANNOVER MESSE is offering a variety of different formats to foster the knowledge and knowhow transfer in the field of nanotechnology and, thus, provides an ideal platform for inspirations, contacts and the stimulation of cooperations. Competences from the different disciplines meet in Hannover: Representatives from science, industry and politics meet and shape the future.
The Cluster Nanotechnology and the Networks NanoSilver and NanoCarbon, which are managed by the cluster, as well as network partner EXAKT Advanced Technologies present their competences and services at the Research
& Technology in Hall 2 / A54. For decision makers from all sectors of industry seeking for trendsetting developments and applications, for contacts, cooperation partners and solutions, or who just want to get information from the field of nanotechnology, the Research & Technology offers an optimal opportunity to get in touch with us.
During the whole week, interested visitors will find an interesting lecture programme on nanotechnologies: In the Tech Transfer Forum (Hall 2 / D 02) daily lectures series on new materials and nanotechnology will take place. The Cluster Nanotechnology contributes with two sessions:
- Session "Nanocarbon materials - Enabler for new products in der industry."
April 9, 2014, 10:45 - 11:45 h in the tech transfer-Forum (Hall 2).
Interested visitors will get information on actual developments, available process technologies and future possibilities of application of nanocarbon materials.
- Session "NanoAnalytics for aerosols, dispersions and surfaces."
April 10, 2014, 9:30 - 10:45 h in the tech transfer-Forum (Hall 2).
Members of the network association Nanonetz Bayern e.V. present available analytical methods, innovative equipment technology for the measurement of airborne nanoparticles and for the analysis of dispersions and surfaces.
Further information: www.nanoinitiative-bayern.de / www.nanocarbon.net / www.nanosilber.de.
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