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Der Cluster für Nanomaterialien und Nanotechnologien des KIT

NanoMat ist ein 1998 gegründetes 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 Materialforschung und Nanotechnologien durch gezielte Projekte voranzutreiben.

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Powering the IoT – Conference

The EnABLES – Powering the IoT – Online Conference on May, 19th will bring together various stakeholders from the field of energy harvesting, energy storage and micro-power management.

With the focus on powering IoT applications, different technologies and use cases will be presented and discussed.

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Graphene from the Buyer’s Perspective – The Powers of Standardisation

19. January 2021 - A unique international gathering of graphene stakeholders was hosted by the Graphene Flagship to identify the industry's requirements for standardization. The emphasis of the meeting was on initiating and simplifying the dialogue on standardisation. 

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Special Issue

 

Deadline extended to September: Special Issue "Catalysts in 1D and 2D Materials — Their Role in Synthesis, Properties and Applications"

Research articles, review articles as well as short communications are invited. Deadline: 15 September 2021

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Graphene Flagship


01. April 2020 – The Graphene Flagship sails into Core3. Spotlight of this funding cycle is on further advancement towards commercialisation of graphene-enabled devices. In this context, our efforts towards standardisation has an ever-increasing impact in smoothing their market entry. Contact person is: Dr. Thurid Gspann.

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POLiS


01. March 2020 - The Cluster of Excellence POLiS develops new battery materials and technology concepts for efficient and sustainable storage of electrical energy. These so-called post-lithium batteries have the potential to offer a more cost-effective, long-term option for mass applications. Contact person is: Mr. Philipp Sanwald.

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NanoMat Newsletter


Issued regularly, the NanoMat newsletter (in German) includes information on:
• NanoMat activities
• New developments and projects from our partners
• News in Nanotechnology
• Recent calls

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