Workshop: Bilateral EU-US cooperation

1 June 2011
9:00-12:30
Room Brahms

Nanotechnology is an important thematic area which is explicitly mentioned in the EU-US Science & Technology Agreement. The main purpose of the event is to bring US and EU researchers and technology transfer firms together in order to support exchange of ideas, to facilitate formation of new partnerships and to advance the frontier research in the area.

American nanotechnology research is the leading one in the world, so getting information on current trends, research directions will be very useful for the European experts and will increase the opportunities for collaboration and joint research.

The workshop is organised by the BILAT-USA project (funded by EU FP7). BILAT-USA project aims to strengthen the collaboration of researchers from the EU and USA.

Bilateral EU-US Cooperation in Nanotechnology

1 June 2011
9:00-12:30

Moderator: Dr. István Mezei, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

9:00 Registration
9:30 Welcome
Prof. Norbert Kroó, Chair of the EuroNanoForum International Advisory Committee
9:40 Mark A. Canning, Head of Environment, Science and Technology HUB Office, US Embassy Budapest
Significance of EU-US cooperation in science and technology - download
9:55 Georgios Katalagarianakis, Representative of EC DG Research
Overview of the EC EHS research plans and perspectives - download
10:10 Dóra Groó, TÉTALAP, representative of the BILAT-USA consortium
How the BILAT-USA and Link2US FP7 projects can support EU-US cooperation? - download
10:30 Dr. Anna Gergely, Director EHS Regulatory, Steptoe & Johnson LLP
Bilateral EU-US Cooperation - download
Coffee break
11:00 Prof. Norbert Kroó
International aspects of nanotechnology research - download
11:15 Éva Valsami-Jones, Natural History Museum
EU-US collaborations within EU projects - download
11:30 Prof. Lajos P. Balogh, Northeastern University, Boston, Editor-in-Chief of Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine
Nanotechnology research in the US - download
11:45 Katalin Kálai, TETALAP, representative of the BILAT-USA consortium
US-EU collaboration possibilities in the field of nanotechnology - download
12:00 Norbert Babcsán, Department of Materials and Production Engineering, Materials Development Group, Bay Zoltán Foundation for Applied Research
EU-US industrial cooperations - download
12:15 Presentation of US research results in the field of nanotechnology
12:35 Best practice examples – presentation of EU funded projects with US participation
12:45 Discussion
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