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Prof. Dr. Jasmin Aghassi

NanoMat

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Hermann-v.-Helmholtz Pl. 1

76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen

Tel.: +49 721 608-28318

E-Mail: nanomatHql9∂int kit edu

Über uns (neu)

NanoMat ist ein seit 1997 existierendes überregionales Netzwerk mit einer Geschäftsstelle am KIT in Karlsruhe. Zu seinen Mitgliedern zählen renommierte Partner aus Industrie und Wissenschaft, die sich zum Ziel gesetzt haben, die anwendungsorientierte Forschung im Bereich der Nanotechnologie und Materialforschung durch gezielte Projekte voranzutreiben.

Hierzu agiert NanoMat wie eine virtuelle Unternehmung, d.h. es führt F&E-Projekte durch und sorgt durch gezielte Workshops für einen Informationsaustausch zwischen und innerhalb der jeweiligen Fachkreise. Darüber hinaus wird über die Netzwerkplattform ein aktiver politischer Dialog geführt und es werden relevante nanotechnologische Themen für die Öffentlichkeit aufbereitet.

NEWS

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NanoVision 2017

This year's Science Industry Symposium "NanoVision" will take place on November 14-15 2017 in Bremen at the Fraunhofer IFAM. The general topic will be „Nanomaterials in Harsh Environments“, with a particular focus on marine engineering, offshore energy, biomaterials, and industrial production.

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PEWorkshop2018
Printed Electronics Workshop 2018 Our next Workshop on Nano-Enabled Printed Electronics will take place at KIT on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. Focus lies on moving printed electronics technology from the laboratory to the market. As in our previous workshop in Sept. 2016, we will welcome participants from industry and academia which will come from different European technology regions.

Registration and further information

 

 
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LiRichFCC General Assembly

The General Assembly of the H2020 FETOPEN Project "LiRichFCC" took place on April 11, 2017 in Grenoble. Further information about the project is available at www.lirichfcc.eu.

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Vanguard Pilot "New Nano-Enabled Products"

Within the framework of the Vanguard Initiative, NanoMat is currently "mapping" nanotechnology activities in the state of Baden-Württemberg.

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Hierzu agiert NanoMat wie eine virtuelle Unternehmung, d.h. es führt F&E-Projekte durch und sorgt durch gezielte Workshops für einen Informationsaustausch zwischen und innerhalb der jeweiligen Fachkreise. Darüber hinaus wird über die Netzwerkplattform ein aktiver politischer Dialog geführt und es werden relevante nanotechnologische Themen für die Öffentlichkeit aufbereitet.

About Us

NanoMat, located with its managing office at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), was founded in 1997 as one of the first nano competence centers in Germany. Our members are noted partners from industry and academia that focus their efforts on a variety of application-oriented projects in nanotechnology and materials research.

NanoMat acts as a virtual enterprise, fostering and executing application-oriented R&D projects, as well as organizing dedicated workshops and symposia that encourage information exchange between and within subject areas. Our network also contributes to an active political dialogue on nanotechnology and nanomaterials, and we prepare and present relevant topics in nanotechnology to the public.

We focus on the following:

Research areas:

  • Energy
  • Electronics and photonics
  • Nanomaterials, raw materials, and surfaces
  • Technical development and manufacturing processes
  • Medicine and the environment

Cross-sectional topics:

  • Commercialization and innovation
  • Material characterization
  • Risk assessment and safety
  • Public relations and marketing

Our services (some limited to members only):

  • Project management:
    initiation, support and coordination of research projects within and outside of the network
  • Funding:
    obtaining and consulting on innovation and project funding (public and private)
  • Communication:
    research information exchange through symposiums and workshops, multidisciplinary exchange through regional and international networks, representation in regional and national panels through our office and experts in our partner organizations, and student education
  • Public relations:
    technology marketing (white papers, subject articles, symposiums) and a regularly issued newsletter
  • Personnel management:
    creation and development of an online job exchange
  • Technology transfer:
    support of knowledge transfer, from fundamental research to industry applications, and licensing and patents