10:30 – 12:30                                                                                     JUNE 12, 2019
AL. I. CUZA Hall

1st PLENARY: Almost there – what's next?

The First Plenary will discuss the focus of this year’s EuroNanoForum2019, “Nanotechnology and advanced materials progress under Horizon2020 and beyond”. The plenary offers here the opportunity to discuss the status and the achievements in nanotechnology and advanced materials areas during Horizon 2020, now in its pen-ultimate year. Also, the session aims to open the public discussion on the future research – visions for society and industry – and the next EU priorities in these research and innovation areas.

MODERATOR:

Soren Bowadt

Soren Bowadt

Deputy Head of Unit for the Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology Programme of the European Commission’s Research and Innovation Directorate in Brussels

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS (in alphabetical order)

Elke Anklam

Elke Anklam

Director of the JRC-Geel site, Belgium and Director of JRC Directorate F, Ispra, Italy

Pierre Barthélemy

Pierre Barthélemy

Executive Director Innovation, European Chemical Industry Council – CEFIC, Belgium

Adrian  M. Ionescu

Adrian M. Ionescu

Professor at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland

Nicola Marzari

Nicola Marzari

École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Director of the Swiss National Centre for Competence in Research NCCR MARVEL, on Computational Design and Discovery of Novel Materials, Switzerland

TENTATIVE TITLES

EU Support to Innovation and Nanotechnologies

The chemical industry in the R&I ecosystem

European Health means W(h)ealth. Enabled by Nanotechnology and Artificial Intelligence

The great acceleration in the design and discovery of novel materials

Daniele PULLINI

Daniele PULLINI

Research Manager of Global Materials Laboratories, FCA EMEA, Italy

TENTATIVE TITLES

The automotive industry beyond 2030. New perspectives for advanced materials and technology

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