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Graduate School MERAGEM

The new Graduate School  „Modelling, Design, Implementation and Automation of Printed Electronics and Materials“ (MERAGEM) will start in 2016 as a collaboration between the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the Fachhochschule Offenburg. Focus of the Graduate School will be the use of printed technology for ICT applications.

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NanoMat-ITAS Seminar
NanoMat-ITAS Seminar

NanoMat and the Institute for Technology Assessment and System Analysis (ITAS) have initiated an interdisciplinary seminar series on "Nanotechnologies and their impact on society, environment, and economy". The series was kicked of on Nov. 21, 2016 with a presentation by Prof. Bernadette Bensuaude.Vincent (Sorbonne, Paris) on "The Moral Ecomony of Bionanotechnology".

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PE Workshop
Workshop Nano-Enabled Printed Electronics

50 Participants from 14 European regions were present at NanoMat's international workshop on „Nano-Enabled Printed Electronics“ Sept 13., 2016 at KIT which was part of our activities in the frame work of the Vanguard Initiative. (

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Transfer Forum NanoCharacterisation

 „State-of-the-art“ nanocharacterization as a tool for innovation: How can deep understanding in nano-scale materials science lead to new or improved industrial applications of materials and create innovation? Experts from industry and academia discuss issues related to this question in our newly initiated transfer forum on Nanocharacterization.

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Vanguard Initiative
Vanguard Matchmaking Event

NanoMat is coordinating the "New Nano-Enabled Products" Pilot Project in the frame work of the EU Vanguard Initiative. Please join us at the Vanguard Matchmaking Event on February 25 2016. 400 participants from the leading technology regions in Europe. NanoMat will be holding a workshop on "Printed Electronics".

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New H2020 Project "LiRichFCC"

With Max Fichtner at the HIU as coordinating PI, LiRichFCC will explore an entirely novel class of cathode materials for Li-ion batteries. NanoMat assisted in proposal writing and submission and will be responsible for project administration.

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