Shaping the Future Advanced Materials for Energy Transition and Future Mobility
Workshop organised by EMIRI, with the support of eseia
EuroNanoForum 2019 Conference
14 June 2019, 11:30 – 13:30
How to impact the upcoming co-construction discussions on the strategic planning of Horizon Europe?
Why and how to be involved in R&I EU-funded projects?
In November 2018, the European Commission adopted “a strategic long-term vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate neutral economy by 2050 – A Clean Planet for all.”. The strategy shows how Europe can lead the way to climate neutrality by investing into realistic technological solutions, empowering citizens, and aligning action in key areas such as industrial policy, finance, or research – while ensuring social fairness for a just transition. A range of existing and novel technologies will be necessary for reaching climate neutrality. These technologies are at different levels of development and deployment. A massive research and innovation effort, built around a coherent strategic research and innovation and investment agenda is needed in the EU within the next two decades to make low and zero-carbon solutions economically viable.
The workshop will focus on up-coming actions to shape Horizon Europe programme for Research and innovation, targeting a pan-European ecosystem gathering Academia, Research & Technology Organisations and Industry. It will also showcase several examples of innovation support in the field of Advanced Materials for clean energy and clean mobility.
11:30 – Philippe JACQUES, EMIRI – Opening words and EMIRI activities
11:50 – Marcos Ierides, BAX & Company – How to use science and technology to address large scale societal challenges – from defining a cross value-chain technology roadmap, to planning concrete R&I activities and attracting financing to realise them
12h10 – Barbara Tišler, National Institute Of Chemistry, Slovenia – The benefits for the EU R&I Ecosystem for National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia
12h30 – Brigitte Hasewend, eseia Director – Smart Energy Materials: The Sustainability Challenge
12h50 – Assoc.Prof. Dr. Norbert Enzinger, Institute of Materials Science, Graz University of Technology – Additive Manufacturing as a contribution to (economic successful and) sustainable products
13h10 – Em. Univ.-Prof. Dr Franz Stelzer, Graz University of Technology – New Energy Materials: An Interdisciplinary Challenge for Research and Innovation