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Presentación de Antonio Correia, Presidente de la Fundación Phantoms y Coordinador de la Red Nanospain, durante las jornadas de nanotecnología de Grupo FORMAR-SE.

Presentación de Antonio Correia, Presidente de la Fundación Phantoms y Coordinador de la Red Nanospain, durante las jornadas de nanotecnología de Grupo FORMAR-SE.

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Iniciativas para promover la industria española en el extranjero en el sector de la nanociencia y la nanotecnología Presentation Transcript

  • 1. International initiatives to promote
    Spanish Nanotechnology Industry
    Antonio Correia
    Madrid – June 16, 2011 / AyreGran Hotel Colón
  • 2. International initiatives to promote
    Spanish Nanotechnology Industry
    OUTLINE
    Phantoms Foundation: CV
    ICEX Nanotechnology Plan (activities, results, future calls)
    Imaginenano2011
    Projects/Events/Networks
    Other dissemination activities
  • 3. PHANTOMS FOUNDATION
    • Private non-profit organisation
    • 4. Founded in November 2002
    • 5. Location: Madrid (Spain)
    • 6. WEB site: www.phantomsnet.net
    • 7. Staff: Dr. Antonio Correia (President) – antonio@phantomsnet.net
    Dr. Maite Fernandez / Jose-Luis Roldan / Joaquin Ramon Laca / Paloma Garcia Escorial / Conchi Narros / Carmen Chacon /
    Viviana Estevao / Joana Silva
    • Focus activities on Nanoscience & Nanotechnology
    • 8. High level management profile to National and European scientific projects
    • 9. Key actor in:
    • 10. Structuring and fostering European Excellence and enhancing collaborations in these fields
    • 11. Integrating the Spanish “Science – Technology – Company – Society” system in other countries
  • PHANTOMS FOUNDATION
    CURRENT ACTIVITIES
    • Project Management (European Commission, National, etc.)
    • 12. Scientific Network Coordination (NanoSpain, M4nano Initiative)
    • 13. Scientific Conference Organisation (TNT conferenceseries, Imaginenano)
    • 14. Support to Conference Organization (WEB site, management)
    • 15. Promotion of educational activities (schools, etc.)
    • 16. Scientific Dissemination (Newsletters, reports, articles in journals, roadmaps)
    • 17. Management of activities fostering relationships with other markets/countries
  • ICEX Nanotechnology Plan
    Since 2007, Phantoms Foundation is the coordinator of the Spanish Nanotechnology Plan funded by ICEX (Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade), as an initiative under the program España, Technology for Life, to enhance the promotion in foreign markets of Spain’s more Innovative and leading industrial technologies and products
    • Represent the Scientific, Technological and Innovative agents of the country as a whole.
    • 18. Foster relationships with other markets/countries.
    • 19. Promote country culture of innovation.
    • 20. Better integrate the Spanish “Science - Technology - Company - Society” system in other countries.
    • 21. Generate and develop scientific and technological knowledge.
    • 22. Improve competitiveness and contribute to the economic and social development of Spain.
  • ICEX Nanotechnology Plan
    Funding Agencies
    Activities performed since 2007 by the Phantoms Foundation underthe Spanish Nanotechnology Plan funded by ICEX (Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade). More than 60 companies, technological centers, nanotechnology platforms or nanocenters participated in these activities.
  • 23. ICEX Nanotechnology Plan - nano techJapan
  • 24. ICEX Nanotechnology Plan - nano techJapan
    Spain Pavilion 2010
    SpainArea 2011
  • 25. ICEX Nanotechnology Plan - nano techJapan
    Nano tech 2011 (Japan)
    Spain Area among the top 3 biggest pavilions
  • 26. ICEX Nanotechnology Plan - nano techJapan
    The Spanish Area awarded at nano tech 2011
    The Spain Area was distinguished with the “Special Award”. The reason of the award, as mentioned during the nano tech award 2011 ceremony:
    • Eleven organisations, including seven private companies and national research institutions, exhibiting in the Area
    • 27. Four organisationsalready have offices for distribution
    • 28. State of the art of nanotechnology development in Spain, actively promoted for commercialisationin Japan
  • ICEX Nanotechnology Plan – Other Fairs
  • 29. ICEX Nanotechnology Plan
    • Over 8000 persons from 50 countries attended Rusnanotech 2010 and more than 350 Russian and foreign companies presented their innovations.
    • 30. Dual year Spain-Russia 2011
    • 31. Spain Stand – 100 m2 / 12-16 companies-institutions
    • 32. Special Rates for Spanish participants (1400 Euros per institution)
    • 33. ICEX funding available (travel grant: 1040 Euros per institution)
    • 34. One to one meetings
    • 35. Spanish Session at the Business Forum
    • 36. Visits to Russian Institutions/Companies of interest
    • 37. Call will be launched 20th of June 2011
    • 38. Contact person: Viviana Estevao (viviana@phantomsnet.net)
    Participants (tentative)
  • 39. ICEX Nanotechnology Plan
  • 40. ICEX Nanotechnology Plan
    Catalogue of Nano companies in Spain
    This catalogue, compiled by the Phantoms Foundation provides a general overview of the Nanotechnology companies in Spain (52) and in particular the importance of this market research, product development, etc.
    Note: only those contacted companies which provided their details are listed.
  • 41. ICEX Nanotechnology Plan
    Catalogue of Nano companies in Spain
  • 42. ICEX Nanotechnology Plan
    Catalogue of Nano companies in Spain
  • 43. ICEX Nanotechnology Plan
    Catalogue of Nano companies in Spain
    • Updated catalogue to be published before end of 2011.
    • 44. Currently, 12 new companies already provided their info.
    • 45. Contact person:
    Carmen Chacon (carmen@phantomsnet.net)
    • WEB site of Nano companies in Spain under construction
    (in collaboration with ICEX)
    Full catalogue available for download (pdf format) at: www.phantomsnet.net
  • 46.
  • 47. SCIENCE: 6 conferences in parallel
    ■ More than 300 speakers, including:
    • Two Nobel Prize winners in Physics: KostyaNovoselov (2010) and Albert Fert (2007)
    • 48. Two Prince of Asturias Scientific Research Prize: Pedro Miguel Echenique (1998) and SumioIijima (2008)
    • 49. 63 Invited Speakers
    • 50. 44 Keynotes
    ■ 600 posters
    ■Nearly 70 grants awarded
    INDUSTRY: Industrial Forum + Brokerage events + Exhibition
  • 51. Imaginenano
    • Nearly 1500 Participants from 42 countries
    • 52. 48% from Spain and 52% from foreign countries
    • 53. Top six foreign participants: France, Germany, United Kingdom, United States, Russia and Japan
  • Imaginenano
    From 1434 participants 434 wereexhibitors
  • 54. Imaginenano - INDUSTRY
  • 55. Imaginenano - INDUSTRY
    Exhibition
    90 Booths
    160 Companies/Institutions
    Represented Country/Region Pavilions: 5
    BrokerageEvents (OnetoOneMeetings)
    ■ Enterprise Europe Network (Nanoscience & Micro-Nanotechnology)
    • 101 personsregistered
    • 56. 88 Institutions
    ■ CIBER-BBN (Biomaterials and Nanostructures in Biomedicine)
  • 57. Imaginenano - INDUSTRY
    Industrial Forum
    • Funding
    • 58. Tech Transfer
    • 59. Nanomagnetism
    • 60. Nanomaterials
    • 61. Nanosafety
    • 62. NanoInstrumentation
    Short facts
    -10 sessions
    -40 speakers
  • 63. Imaginenano - INDUSTRY
  • 64. PROJECTS/EVENTS/NETWORKS
    Industrial Forum + Brokerage events + Exhibition
    Industrial Working Group
    The objective of NanoCode is to define and develop a framework aimed at supporting the successful integration and implementation, at European level and beyond, of the Code of Conduct (CoC) for nanosciences and nanotechnologies (N&N) research as developed by the European Commission.
    The GRAPHENE flagship ambition is to bring together a focused, interdisciplinary European research community that aims at a radical technology shift in information and communication technology that exploits the unique properties of graphene and related two-dimensional materials.
  • 65. PROJECTS/EVENTS/NETWORKS
    As of March 31, 2010
    -294 groupsregistered
    -33 companies
    As of June 16, 2011
    -311 groupsregistered
    -42 companies
  • 66. OTHER DISSEMINATION ACTIVITIES
    Short facts
    -1500 printed copies
    -pdfavailablefordownload (free of charge)
    -Distributedtoaround 800 groups in Europe
    -Distributed at majoreventssuch as Imaginenano
    Short facts
    -5000 printed copies
    -pdfavailablefordownload (free of charge)
    -Distributed at majorevents
    -2008 edition
    -Spanish
  • 67. OTHER DISSEMINATION ACTIVITIES
    Short facts
    -1000 printed copies
    -pdfavailablefordownload (free of charge)
    -Distributed at majorevents
    -2010 edition (availablemid-july 2011)
    -English
    pdfavailablefordownload (free of charge)
  • 68. OTHER DISSEMINATION INITIATIVES
  • 69. www.phantomsnet.net
    Thank you