Horizon 2020, in particular through its industrial leadership pillar, has invested more than 140 million in nanotech and advanced materials pilot lines that enable demostranstion in an industrial environment.
The case if Basque Country was identified as an example for having a relevant track record in terms of regionally public investments in industrial nanotechnology research as well as participation in EU(H2020)-funded pilot projects.
This event aims at bringing together and show-casing several pilot projects towards stakeholders from industry (medium and large companies, SMEs and start-ups), private investors and other stakeholders.
Soren Bowadt, Deputy Head of Unit. DG Research and Innovation
Amaia Martinez, Strategic Initiatives Department SPRI
Ane Irazustabarrena, Tecnalia
Maider Garcia de Cortazar, IZADI nano2industry
Maurice Mourad, TNO
Iraida Loinaz, CIDETEC IK4
Marina Urbina, CEA
Ann O´Connell, Advanced Materials Ireland
Victor Trapp, Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC
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For SMEs, for diversifying markets, internships abroad, international tenders, non-reimbursable subsidies to consolidate exports, subsidies for deployments or specific training in internationalisation.You’re interested, right?