Chemical sciences and materials technology
These research topics -although pertaining to many Cnr research groups and Institutes- find a systematic exploitation in the Cnr Department of Chemical Science and Materials technology (Dsctm).
Research topics range from sustainable chemistry to advanced materials and key enabling technologies, as well as nanomedicine. A great importance has also the area of biotechnologies and bio-materials, that situates the Department in an advanced position in the 'living technologies' field, particularly for the development of nanotechnologies bottom-up with an high excellence impact in flexible electronic and optoelectronics, hydrogen technology and fuel cells, sustainable processes with high efficiency and new generation manufacturing.
The 11st International Symposium on Electrochemical impedance analysis (Eia11) is the next link of well established chain of Eia conferences held every three years. This edition in organized by Dicca, University of Genoa and Icmate-Cnr. Abstract submission deadline, June 1, 2017
The NanoMedicine School is dedicated to Master students, PhD students, early stage researchers, and whoever is interested in an introduction to this rather new field of research. Early registration: 1st September. Late registration: 20th September. Abstract submission: 20th September. Information http://www.ba.ic.cnr.it/nanomedicine
Match is a coordination and support action to promote the creation of strong, sustainable, inclusive network where any european materials players as Industry, research and academia feels comfortable and gains real value for its interest, and the integration of concerted and strategic actions responding to regional, national and european challenges in the materials field
The NANOSMAT conference series has rapidly grown and spread in Europe, Asia and USA. NANOSMAT is actually well established as a premier conference in the field of materials related Nanoscience, Engineering and Nanotechnology... Submit your abstract by 31 May 2017
Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020) – in addition to the private investment that this money will attract. It promises more breakthroughs, discoveries and world-firsts by taking great ideas from the lab to the market
While the ninth framework program adoption seems to be far to come, some ideas are already there and the relevant stakeholders are getting around to intercept signals which can allow to predict reliable scenarios for the next programming period. What seems to emerge is a scenario that appears to be very little reassuring, apparently absent, in fact, the great protagonist who, since the first framework program, constituted a significant source of funding for the European RTD performer in general: research in cooperation...
The unit is in charge of the Department internationalization research activities. In particular carries out the following tasks: promoting the participation of the Department in EU and international research projects through training and information; cultivating ongoing interactions with the European Commission, National Delegates of H2020, APRE, Italian representatives in expert groups of H2020, and other International stakeholders (research centre, universities, SMEs) ; analysing and processing strategic vision documents, such as position papers, as well as technology foresight studies