Upcoming Events

EuroNanoForum 2011

Date & Venue:
30th May to 1st June 2011.
Budapest Congress and World Trade Center

Event Website:
http://www.euronanoforum2011.eu/

EuroNanoForum and Nanotech Europe  are joining forces to create Europe’s leading nanotechnology event in 2011 and it is with great pleasure that we invite you to exhibit at the event.

Supported by the European Commission and organised within the framework of the Presidency of the European Union, EuroNanoForum will cover the whole life cycle of nanotechnology, from basic research to nanotechnology-enabled products.  In addition to the full conference program the three day event will serve to draw close to 1000 participants who will meet in Budapest to learn, network and exchange with peers and business leaders alike.

Our exhibition offers you an exceptional, focused opportunity to do business with the highest level decision makers in the most effective way possible, face-to-face. Whether you want to generate new business, launch a new product or service, or simply generate leads, then exhibiting offers the perfect solution.



2nd Workshop on Manufacturing Technologies for a Sustainable Society

Time & Venue: May 5th, 2011.
Seminar Room, Suzhou Institute of Nano-tech and Nano-bionics (SINANO) Dushu Lake,
Higher Education Town, Ruoshui Road 389, Suzhou Industrial Park

Organizers:
Suzhou Nanotech Co., Ltd, Suzhou, China
NanoGlobe Pte Ltd, Singapore

Suzhou Nanotech and NanoGlobe are honored to invite you to the 2nd Workshop on Manufacturing Technologies for a Sustainable Society held on May 5th, 2011 in Suzhou, the nanotech commercialization hub in China. This is an invaluable opportunity for those interested in nanotech-related business development in China. Suzhou has been designated by the Ministry of Science and Technology as "China's Nanotech International Innovation Cluster" and is emerging as the Silicon Valley in China. This bimonthly series of workshops offer a powerful forum for you to present your company's technologies/products/services to China's industry and R&D leaders. 

This second workshop in the series will include the following topics:

  •  Nanotech Enabled High Efficiency PV
  •  Nano Imprint Lithography 
  •  Nano Carbon Applications
  •  Nano Medicine &  Environment,  Health and Safety
  •  Green Manufacturing    

Following the workshop, we will arrange site visits of the Suzhou's nanotechnology infrastructures, R&D and commercialization leaders. Suzhou is a beautiful, ancient garden city known as the "Venice of the Orient" and we will provide you with glimpses of the city's charm, too. If you are interested in speaking or participating in future events in Suzhou Nanotech, please email us at contact@nano-globe.biz.

For the full program and speakers’ profile, please click here


Manufacturing Technologies for Sustainable Society Workshop – Series I

Date & Venue:
14th March 2011, Suzhou China.
Nanotech Meeting Room, Suzhou Nanotech Co. Ltd. Floor 5, South Block of Building A1, 218 Xinghu Avenue, Suzhou
Industrial Park

Organizers:
Suzhou Nanotech Co. Ltd., Suzhou, China.
NanoGlobe Pte. Ltd, Singapore.
Suzhou Institute of Nanotechnology and Bionics (SINANO), CAS, China

Chairs:
Dr. Lerwen LIU (Managing Director, NanoGlobe)
Dr Xijun ZHANG (Managing Director, Suzhou Nanotech)

Nanopolis Suzhou and NanoGlobe are launching the bimonthly Manufacturing Technologies for Sustainable Society Workshop Series to promote materials, processes and devices enabling sustainable manufacturing technologies for the green society. We bring together leaders from worldwide to present world class R&D capabilities and commercialization solutions. The kick off workshop will be held on March 14th, 2011, at Nanopolis Suzhou located in the Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP), in the garden city of Suzhou, China. Nanopolis Suzhou and NanoGlobe, are pleased to invite industry executives, researchers, engineers, investors, entrepreneurs and government policy makers who are interested in sustainable nano-manufacturing technology, applications, and commercialization to attend this workshop. Following the half-day workshop, the organizer will arrange a half-day site visit at the Suzhou Industrial Park and Nanopolis Suzhou facilities including platforms in Printed Electronics, Carbon Nanotubes (CNT) Production and Applications, Battery Technologies, and Flexible Manufacturing. If you are interested in speaking or participating in future events in Nanopolis Suzhou, please email us at contact@nano-globe.biz .

For the full program and speakers’ profile, please click here .


Singapore – Kyoto Forum on Nanotechnologies and Engineering for the Green Future

Date & Venue:
21 January 2011
Seminar Room 1, IMRE

Details:
http://www.imre.a-star.edu.sg/events.php?id=T531X530I531

Nanotechnology is revolutionizing industries through advanced materials science and value added manufacturing initiatives. Singapore and Kyoto city share the same vision and devoted many scientific and engineering talents to accelerate the development of nanotechnology leveraging functional nano material systems for structural, coating and barrier applications, printed electronics and next generation PV initiatives, power electronics, and smart environmental sensors. The A*STAR Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) and Kyoto Environmental Nanotechnology Cluster jointly organise the Forum on Nanotechnologies and Engineering to bring together research and industry experts sharing nano materials and application development, and to identify strategic areas for future collaboration for emerging market.


Seminar: “Nanotechnology in Manufacturing”

Date & Venue:
9 June, 2010.
SIMTech Auditorium, Level 3

Nanotechnology is going to revolutionise the way we make things and transform the way we live. Scientists and industry leaders have been developing nanotechnology that enables cheaper, greener and smarter manufacturing processes that are already practised in industry today. Co-organisedby SingNano and SIMTech, and supported by IE Singapore and SVCA, this seminar provides an overview of SIMTech's Nano Manufacturing activities, an overview on the state of the art coating processes, nanoimprint lithography that creates bio-inspired functional structures, high performance CNT enhanced nanocomposites, and the vision of atomic precise manufacturing. We would like to invite you to participate at this seminar and learn the state of the art of nano manufacturing technologies developed today and tomorrow. For more details, please click here


Seminar: “Nanotechnology Commercialization Updates - Non Technical View Asia Pacific Perspective”

Date & Venue:
3 June, 2010
Board Room, 138 Cecil Street, #11-01, Cecil Court

Nanotechnology is going to revolutionize the way we make things and transform the way we live. It is able to transform multiple industries including aerospace, agriculture, automotive, chemical, energy and environment, food, information and communication, medicine and health care, security and transportation. Nanotechnology offers so many possibilities such as providing cheap and clean energy; clean water; lighter and stronger materials; faster, more powerful and energy efficient computers; an exponential increase in information storage capacity; lotus-like self cleaning surfaces; the reduction or elimination of pollution; and early detection and treatment for cancer and other diseases. Asia is one of the fastest growing regions in nanotechnology R&D and commercialization. Dr Liu will provide an overview and insight on Nanotechnology development in policy & funding, infrastructure, R & D & commercialization, education and risk management in the Asia Pacific in the last 10 years since the announcement of the US National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI). She will also present a number of nanotechnology commercialization case studies to highlight on the current status of nanotechnology impact in different industry development and challenges companies are facing in the course of business development. For more details, please click here


Seminar: Russia-Singapore Nanotechnology Business Opportunity Seminar

Date & Venue:
12 March, 2010
Institute of Materials Research and Engineering(IMRE), SR1 Auditorium, 3 Research Link, Singapore

Dr. Chubais will start the seminar by explaining goals and mission of RUSNANO, and will elaborate on its policy of supporting development of innovative economy in Russia through international cooperation . The seminar is hoped to identify some opportunities of cooperation between Russia and Singapore, in the field of nanotechnologies, and other possible fields of common interest between RUSNANO and Singapore companies. This is also to explore ways of mutually beneficial long terms relations between Russia and Singapore in innovative economy . The seminar functions as platform for RUSNANO to know the Singapore's experience and practice of developing nano -industry in home country and abroad, and to find out the main ideas and conceptions behind Singapore activities in the field of techno parks development both in Singapore and abroad. Please, check here for details


Seminar: Business & Investment Opportunities in Nanotechnology in Asia

Date & Venue:
27 Jan, 2010
Singapore Cricket Club Gilmour Room

Panelists: Lerwen Liu, PhD Author, Founding Secrectary of Asia Nano Forum and Founder of SingNano Network, and Managing Director – NanoGlobe Mr. Andreas Kroell Managing Director, Nanostart Asia Mr. Mahesh Patel Founder CEO, ShayoNano Singapore. Details



Commercializing Nano Metal (Ag, Au) and Nano Oxides (ZnO, SiO2, TiO2)

Date & Venue:
8 Dec, 2009.
Institute of Materials Research and Engineering Seminar Room 1
A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology and Research) 3 Research Link, Singapore

SingNano Network, in collaboration with IMRE Industry R&D Seminar Series.
PRESENTATION 1: The Hidden Part Of Nano-TiO2 and Nano-SiO2PRESENTATIONv, Speaker: Farshid Soheili Najafabadi. PRESENTATION 2: Transition Metal Doped Zinc Oxide – A Magic Material, Speaker: Naresh Sarwabhotla; Who Should Attend: Corporate Executives, Engineers , Researchers, Policy Makers and Investors. Details


Forum: THE NANOTECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION: Big possibilities for Energy Healthcare and ICT

Date & Venue:
24 Nov, 2009
AmCham Executive Office SAIS Auditorium 1, Scotts Road #23-03/04/05 Shaw Centre

Dr. Lerwen Liu will provide an overview on Nanotechnology’s impact in Energy & Environment, Healthcare and Information Communication Technology (ICT). She will also share her insights on Nanotechnology development in terms of policy & funding, infrastructure, R & D and commercialization, education and risk management in the Asia Pacific in the last 10 years since the announcement of the U.S. National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI). Details


Workshp: 1st NUS Academic Entrepreneurship Workshop

Date & Venue:
10th November 2009, 2 - 7 pm
University Hall Auditorium

To bring together researchers on the NUS campus engaged in Entrepreneurial activities as well as a number of guests from the Entrepreneurial community. To allow them to learn from each other by sharing experiences from actual entrepreneurial ventures that they have undertaken in the past or are undertaking right now. Please RSVP by 6th Nov 2009 to Malathi Dinesh Kumar at elemdk@nus.edu.sg. Details


Forum: The Magic Of The Strongest Materials - Carbon Nanotubes

Date & Venue:
25 September 2009
SMA Training Room - Level 7, SPRING Singapore Building

This highly anticipated forum is led by Mr Jin VON EHR, Founder and Chairman of Zyvex Performance Materials, Zyvex Instruments, Zyvex Labs, and Zyvex Asia. At this talk, Jim VON EHR will provide an overview of Zyvex world leading technologies and products focusing on their application relevant to the Singapore manufacturing industries such as paint, coating, construction materials/composite materials, and energy. This is a meeting for Corporate Executives, Engineers , Researchers, Policy Makers, Investors, SBF and SMa Members. Details


Workshp: Helium Ion Microscopy Workshop Held in conjunction with "Energy Seminar on Nanotech and Energy"

Date & Venue:
10-11 Sep, 2009
National University of Singapore

SingNano is proud to support the Helium Ion Microscopy (HIM) workshop organized by Prof. Dan Pickard, NUS. We welcome participants who are interested in learning about HIM - a state of the art nanotechnology instrumentation and what it can do to accelerate nanotechnology R &D progress. Details


Seminar: Emerging Nanotechnology Power: Overview of Nanotech Development in Asia and Application in Energy, Health Care and ICT by DR LERWEN LIU

Date & Venue:
24 August, 2009
Convention Hall 1, G/F., Core Building 1, Hong Kong Science Park

Dr Lerwen Liu will provide an overview on Nanotechnology impact in Energy & Environment, Health Care and Information Communication Technology (ICT). Asia is one of the fastest growing regions in nanotechnology R&D and commercialization. Dr Liu will also share her insight on Nanotechnology development in terms of policy & funding, infrastructure, R&D & commercialization, education and risk management in the Asia Pacific in the last 10 years since the announcement of the US National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI). Details


FORUM. Briefing: iCAN'2009: First International Contest of Application in Nano-micro Technology (with Nanyang Polytechnic, NYP)

Date & Venue:
26 May, 2009

A bi-monthly series of Lunch Forums to gather some industry professions to network and discuss the ongoing developments and growing trends. SingNano is a network currently operated by NanoGlobe, supported by EDB, SPRING and A*STAR. Seats are complimentary but registrations are necessary.


FORUM: Briefing: iCAN'2009: First International Contest of Application in Nano-micro Technology (with Nanyang Technological University, NTU)

Date & Venue:
30 April 2009
MAE Seminar Room, N3.1‐B3c‐07 (NTU)

A bi-monthly series of Lunch Forums to gather some industry professions to network and discuss the ongoing developments and growing trends. SingNano is a network currently operated by NanoGlobe, supported by EDB, SPRING and A*STAR. Seats are complimentary but registrations are necessary.Details


FORUM: Briefing: iCAN'2009: First International Contest of Application in Nano-micro Technology(with National University of Singapore, NUS)

Date & Venue:
28 April 2009
EA‐06‐03 Room (NUS)

A bi-monthly series of Lunch Forums to gather some industry professions to network and discuss the ongoing developments and growing trends. SingNano is a network currently operated by NanoGlobe, supported by EDB, SPRING and A*STAR. Seats are complimentary but registrations are necessary. Watch this space for updates soon. Details


LUNCH FORUM

Date & Venue:
23 March, 2009
Creation Theatrette (Level 4 Matrix Building, Biopolis Singapore)

A bi-monthly series of Lunch Forums to gather some industry professions to network and discuss the ongoing developments and growing trends. NanoGlobe together with EDB Singapore (New Biz team) has allied with the Russian Business Incubator, RusNano, Singapore Business Federation (SBF) and SingNano Network to organize this inaugural event in Singapore. Details


Russia-Singapore Nanotechnology Conference 2009

Date & Venue:
4 March, 2009
Creation Theatrette (Level 4 Matrix Building, Biopolis Singapore)

EDB Singapore (New Biz team) has allied with the Russian Business Incubator, Singapore Business Federation (SBF) and SingNano to organize this inaugural event in Singapore. The key of the event is to exchange information between Russia and Singapore as well as to bridge R&D and commercialization partnerships. Details


LUNCH FORUM: Sensear’s Investor Roadshow For Global Rapid Growth

Date & Venue:
23 Jan, 2009
Imagination Room (Level 5, National Library)

Presented by Mr Justin Miller, Managing Director, CEO & Founder of Sensear Pte Ltd (Australia) on the world’s first speech enhancing and noise enhancing product”. conducting a global investor roadshow as it seeks capital to facilitate its rapid growth for the world’s first and revolutionary patented technology that simulaneously suppresses background noise and elevates speech. Pesented in collaboration with SVCA. Details


LUNCH FORUM: Atomically Precise Manufacturing

Date & Venue:
9 Dec, 2008
Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology and Research)
3 Research Link, Singapore

It was a talk by Mr Jim VON EHR: Chairman, Zyvex Labs, LLC (USA). Jim presented the founding and development of Zyvex Labs, LLC and outline the company portfolio. He will share the company’s vision, determination, and financial support that have enabled Zyvex to become the most publicized private nanotechnology business in the world and the most highly regarded company in the field of molecular assemblers. Details


LUNCH FORUM: Advanced Polymer For New Electronic Age

Date & Venue:
4 Dec, 2008
Nanyang Polytechnic

Polymer electronics is one of the leading edge innovations that has increasingly spawned a wide range of solutions and innovations for electronics applications. In the past few years, research innovations in institutes and industry around the world have shown this technology to have a potential to revolutionalise the electronics industry. In this seminar, leading scientific and technology experts will share their perspectives, present new trends, and provide an update on the latest developments. Details


LUNCH FORUM: Commercialising Fluorescent Nano-Materials: Security, Energy, Paint, Agriculture And More.

Date & Venue:
30 October 2008
Creation Room (4th Flr Matrix Building, Biopolis)

This is a meeting for corporate executives in security printing, printer and ink manufacturer, solar energy, manufacturer, agricultural product producer, nanotech researchers and investors. The talk discussed NanoBright’s fluorescent materials technologies and materials properties, with highlights on the differences between UV-to-visible fluorescence, NIR-to-visible fluorescence and phosphorescence. The unique and superior nanostructure fluorescent properties will be discussed. We will emphasize on commercial applications and industry partnerships opportunities. Details


LUNCH FORUM: Commercializing Advances in Nanotechnology: Challenges and Opportunities

Date & Venue:
4 Sep 2008
Classroom 1, Nanyang Technopreneurship Centre Research TechnoPlaza, Level 2 (Lobby Level) 50 Nayang Drive, NTU, Singapore

This is a talk organised by NanoFrontier and given by Professor Chad Mirkin, a distinguish Professor and veteran in the commercialization of Nanotech. Details


OPEN SEMINAR

Date & Venue:
2 Sep, 2008
SR1, IMRE

VIP Atom Techonology (Phase II)- Details


LUNCH FORUM: Singapore As a Regional NanoScience Centre - One Man's Viewpoint from the Other Side of the World

Date & Venue:
26 Aug, 2008
Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR

Presented by Mr Barry Drayson,Managing Director of International Operations at Nanoholdings LLC (USA). Barry presented the founding and development of NanoHoldings and outline the company portfolio. He will describe how a group of nanoscience enthusiasts persuaded individuals to fund the NanoHoldings vision and how institutions have jumped on board to fund a successful Series B round. Barry explained how the team was put together and how it will necessarily change over the next few years to meet the demands of commercialization. Details


NanoEquity Asia 2008

Date & Venue:
28-29 May, 2008
Breakthrough & Discovery Theatrettes, 30 Biopolis Street, Level 4, Matrix Building, Singapore

NanoEquity Asia 2008 is the Asian chapter of the NanoEquity Europe which has been held in Frankfurt in the last 3 consecutive years. NanoEquity Asia 2008 also incorporates the NanoBiz Meet event which started 2007 in Singapore. In addition to the outline of Nanotech Landscape and Nanotech industry/business opportunities, the event places emphasis on financing and share experiences on commercialization and business management. Details



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