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Euro Nano Forum 2023

11/06/2023 - 13/06/2023

Don’t miss out on the session “Safe and Sustainable by Design” on June 12th at 10.45h – 12-45h with the participation of EMIRI!

Be sure not to miss out on the matchmaking and networking event of the year: Euro Nano Forum 2023, June 11–13 in Lund!

Who should attend? “Everyone who has an interest in materials science from public and private research, from lab to fab, from start-up to established, from young to old, from policy to advocacy. And this goes beyond technology – it includes social sciences and humanities and design thinking,” says Peter Dröll, the European Commission’s Director for Prosperity, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation.

Euro Nano Forum 2023 is your chance to interact with important leaders from the industry, the European Commission, and academia, as well as European interest groups and initiatives. Posters and exhibits are welcome and free of charge!

Nanotechnology and advanced materials play a central role in achieving the changes we need for the “Green Deal” – a set of policy initiatives by the European Commission with the overarching aim of a climate-neutral EU. In this twin transition, where tech and data can lead the way towards strong and resilient societies and economies, European research programs are pivotal in supporting the necessary changes.

The inspiring sessions, combined with great networking opportunities, will pave the way to new collaborations and fresh ideas on hot topics like materials for fossil-free energy production; energy storage and energy efficiency; novel applications for 2D materials; new materials for future chips; and how “safe and sustainable” can be included from the start.

EMIRI’s participation:

Don’t miss out on the session “Safe and Sustainable by Design” on June 12th at 10.45h – 12-45h at KÅRHUSET, AULA (3RD FLOOR) that will count with the participation of EMIRI. The panel session will be chaired by Sofie Norager from the European Commission.


  • Irantzu Garmendia Aguirre, JRC; Introduction to the SSbD framework
  • Lya Hernandez, RIVM, the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment; Safe and Sustainable by Design (SSbD): State of the art and lessons learned in design thinking
  • Alexander Pogány, Austrian BMK; Moving from nanosafety to SSbD
  • Marcel Meeus, EMIRI; SSbD framework for Batteries
  • Stefan Spirk (Ecolyte), Andreas Falk (BNN), both SusChem Austria; SSbD assessment framework application to development of an ecofriendly electrolyte for redox flow batteries

Place and Date:
Lund, LTH Kårhuset, John Ericssons Väg 3, 11–13 June



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