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Overview about nanotechnologies and micro/mems applicatio incl best practice samples and background info about networking in EC cooperations

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  • Innovation by Cooperation Benefits for Society, Companies, R&D Institutions and Government Mrs. Andrea Elisabeth Reinhardt CEO microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbH Co-founder NTC Nano Tech Coatings GmbH Founding member nanofutures a.s.b.l Chair WG communication nanofuturesCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Mrs. Andrea Elisabeth Reinhardt microTEC (since 1996): Micromechanics, MEMS, Plastic Lab-on-a-chip Customized Production Services, Packaging and R&D, Advanced Micro- and Nanotechnologies, Registered Trademark and Patented Technologies: Production of MEMS and high-integrated 3D chip size packaging www.microtec-d.com CEO Team Andrea Reinhardt, Dr. Reiner Götzen NTC (since 2000): NTC Nano Tech Coatings GmbH Patented Sol-Gel Materials (incl. UV curing) e.g. applications Coil Coating (anti corrosion for metals), easy to clean for metals and glass R&D for self lubricant coatings and MEMS materials with high-temperature resistance www.ntcgmbh.com CEO: Dr. Georg Wagner microTEC EC projects: FP 5 micromaking, FP 6 INOS, Healthyaims; FP 7 Ultra, Priam, Light-Rolls, NanofuturesCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • microTEC locations Duisburg Bad Dürkheim Customer Idea + microTEC Consulting Germany R&D, Simulation Prototyping Direct Mass Production Training/Licensing = Customer Products InnovationCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Advanced Micro- and Nanotechnology Direct Manufacturing Database, Image, Visibility – open to be used by partners too: Contact database of more than 30 thousand qualified decision makers with interest in applied nano- and mems technologies; our sales focus selected market leaders and innovative new comers/SME, our trademark is international protected. microTEC is known as one of the innovation leaders. microTEC in looking for: Industrial partners: continue and speed up growth by exploiting R&D results in applied nanomaterials for mems in main industries (life science and consumer communication) and strategic partners: to exploit RMPD® and 3D-CSP technologies by R&D, training and licensing => Technology Platforms, a speed way to European (and International) exploitation of know-how => Technology Platforms, to find the best possible partners for further R&D steps => special for SME: Technology Platforms, to learn about state of the art and share in an interactive way informations for better understanding of big industry needs and the regional,national and European decision makers positionsCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • RMPD® and 3D-CSP Technologies: Product SamplesCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Contract Manufacturing, Contract R&D, Licensing Using nanoenhanced uv-curing materials for customized production of precision parts (gas flow laminators, connectors, lab on a chip products): microTEC is focused on customized series production of polymer chips, micromechanics and multi-material parts. MEMS Packaging Services and R&D Services Highly integrated products speed up the need of 3D-packaging technologies. This will become a fast growing market for microTEC’s patented 3D-CSP process. Running projects with SMEs and also industry head-users. Beside the technical advantages of microTEC based mems production there are also cost advantages for industries interested to license/buy: RMPD Systems are easy to use and easy to maintain => Fast deliverable series parts in flexible units in high precision at low cost Easy to handle materials (fluid monomers/polymers) => no high-risk chemicalsCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Bio sample: 36000 wells in one plate + dispenser Out Diameter 0,3 mm Inner Diameter 0,1 mm Distance 0,55 mm Channel length 12,5 mmCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Product life time, Nano in Steel? CNT > 500 years.. Carbon nanotubes in an ancient Damascus sabre Nano in Construction Additive to ordinary cement Reduces shrinkage of pre-fabricated structures Rapid set times Significant increase in compressive strength Minimizes energy consumption and carbon footprint by reducing material requirements Low-impact manufacturing processCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Functional self cleaning for applications in Construction and AutomotiveCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Nano for Cleaning, samples by Reckitt-Benckiser http://www.reckittbenckiser.com world market leader in cleaning, sells products in 180 countries, has operations in 60 countries across all continents, with global sales in excess of £5 billion andowns of a wide range of trademarks e.g. nano shield, nano action,nanopowder. Products using nano effects today: http://www.oxy.co.kr/eng/product/hama/ha_sub02_4.asp Be a part of this story, bring it back to Europe, they are looking to pay for your solutions http://www.rb-idealink.comCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Nano in Cosmetics, >20 year old story of money making Besinde all the small SMEs, e.g. selling nano-based sol-gel nail coatings are also some samples how big industries benefit from nano-inside: L’oreal L’Oreal, the world’s largest cosmetics company, is devoting about $600 million dollars, of its $17 billion dollar revenues, to Nano patents, and has patented the use of dozens of “nanosome particles” 800 times smaller than a human hair as delivery systems for nutrients. With 192 patents in Nanotechnology, L’Oreal now ranks No. 6 among Nano patents in the United States. At L’Oreal factories, nanosize bits are being created with high-pressure machinery that fires droplets of material at the speed of sound. http://www.nanoscienceinstitute.com/NanoCosmetics.htmCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Shiseido Shiseido independently developed the "nano-coating technology" in 1988 to treat the powder surface with an ultrathin film. The technology improved the functions of cosmetics in various ways: the color production and dispersibility of colored powder were improved and the smell change was reduced (http://www.shiseido.co.jp/e/ken/develop/dvp_fti.htm) and a wide range of SME, selling e.g. nano enhanced sol-gel based nail coatingsCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • MagForce Nanotechnologies AG: Nano-Cancer®-Therapy • No. 1 worldwide in the field of nanotechnology cancer treatments • Cancer therapy without side-effects (can be combined with conventional treatments) • 20 years of basic research • Cost-efficient and simple application • Ongoing licensing studies • Regulatory approval ongoing www.magforce.comCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • ItN Nanovation AG: CFM Systems® • Ceramic products, such as filtration systems and coatings, for large industrial customers • Filtration & Parts (Nanopore, CFM Systems®): drinking water purification, municipal waste water treatment, beverage industry, oil/water separation • Coatings (Nanocomp, Nanocat): preventing slagging in power plants, casting lubricants delivery of a number of waste water treatment plants with ceramic flat membrane filter systems into the Gulf region.Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbH www.itn-nanovation.deand CSA Nanofutures
  • Quality Control? Basic for efficient production Source NanoFocus: surface of the texture of a thin sheet for the automotive engineering. http://www.nanofocus.de Markets: MEMS, Automotive, Semiconductor, Optics und PV/Solar http://www.frt-gmbh.comCopyright: Source FRT, picture of fluidic structure.microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Planetary gear wheel components Diameter = 828µm/1200µm Modul = 0,06; n1/n2 = 20/24; di = 400 µm Lubricants integrated by nano enhanced materials High volume production by RMPD-maskCopyright: technologiesmicroTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Fluidic- stop structure, as ventilation duct Principle: Gases pass through Tube diameter 50 µm Liquids are blocked Tube length 3 mm Distance between holes 30 µm Applications: Aspect ratio 60 - Ballpoint pen - Air vent ampule 3 mm 50µmCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • microFluidic for flow cytometry, with hydrodynamic focusing buffer stream (disposable)‫‏‬ Sample stream Probe Connection Buffer stream Buffer stream Waste connection Buffer connection over pressureCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Opical MEMS sample: VCSEL 0603 Packaging Dimension 1,6 x 0,6 x 0,4mm ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS Vertical Cavity Surface-Emitting Laser Cathode on top or substrate side Unsealed 85% r.H./85°C certified ELECTRO-OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS Chip Temperature = 0...85°C unless otherwise stated . PARAMETER SYMBOL UNITS MIN TYP MAX TEST CONDITIONS Emission wavelength λR nm 840 850 860 Popt = 1.2 mW Threshold current Ith mA 0.4 0.5 0.8 Tchip = 25°C mA 0.3 1.5 Storage temperature - 40 .. 125°C Operating temperature 0 .. 85°C Electrical power dissipation 30 mW Continuos forward curent 12 mA Reverse voltage 8V Optical output power 6mWCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Customers Advantages: One stop shop (full service: consulting, R&D, series production) Unique and patented technologies (IP security to customers), basic technologies are protected by patents, some of them are international (e.g. Europe, US, Canada, RUS, Asia) Capability to integrate market and customer needs very early in product development, without additional costs (3D-CAD to series product) Speeding up time to market (no tooling) Low waste, wide range of uv curing materials available incl. those FDA approved Direct integration of existing software (3D-CAD like Solidworks; eCAD programs) Production systems can be build up and maintained as desktop production and also as high-volume unitsCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Light-Rolls www.light-rolls.eu Follow us on @LightRolls @minamnanofuture Pictures by DesingLED (partner in Light-Rolls)Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Lessons learned: Do it! make your self visible online, publish your profile, your know-how and needs directly at Cordis partners will find YOU! humans are making projects, use brokerage events and check EC news publish, talk and write about your R&D results and products, use free of charge channels, e.g. cordis wire, research about calls, about existing competence, about potential partners at cordis, about running and former projects and of course, just don’t forget patent research and google –maybe your question is solved anywere else in the world- use your local European experts and free of charge consulting there e.g. for pre-check of consortium agreements, before you sign anything, check not only the paper, check first if the partners you selected are the right ones for the companies: if you are invited to projects, check if the topic is within your needs and you are able to use the results for your products/markets, generate a clear vision of tasks, task leaders and milestones, write a 3-pager for the institutes/universities: think about the needs of companies, when you send them a draft-proposal make clear that you are looking for R&D partnership and solve together with them their needs, ask them about their needs and only if you have a clear idea about their needs, then invite them to write together the proposalCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Lessons learned: Please avoid! don’t run after every call, after every proposal idea, think and select first don’t try to get money for “re-invent the wheel”. Maybe proposal is successful and you will get funding, but IPs are owned by the early birds, the market is blocked by others, on this way no new business and new jobs will be build don’t be panic about foreigners, EC projects are made to learn from each other, from Russia, France, Finland, Spain and all the others, in some calls even from Japan, China, USA and Mexico too don’t wait that others are doing the job for you, you have to protect your know-how yourself, you have to check several networks and calls to find your partners, you have to contribute to the proposal writing, to the reports, to dissemination, it is your job and of course: take care to contribute to the EC goals: use R&D results fast for products, build jobs and respect diversity for universities/institutes: don’t forget about building jobs/spin-offs yourself, help your PhD to think like entrepreneurs when they run their projects, support any self motivated activities, because high-class innovation is not coming from doing what others tell you, its coming from working in a team about a question you want to solve fast for clear benefit of a new product/new technology/new business: just because you want to solve it to make your customers and your team happy!Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Overview of NANOfutures - Approach and ActivitiesCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • NANOfutures Initiative NANOfutures is an European Integration and Innovation Platform of which main objective is to facilitate the nanotechnology development and commercialization by connecting all relevant nanotechnology stakeholders (e.g. European Technology Platforms that require nanotechnologies in their industrial sector and products, industries, research institutions, universities, associations, regional and national clusters etc.). NANOfutures will act as a “Nano-Hub” by linking ETPs, JTIs, associations with expert groups in a collaborative environment. NANOfutures is an open platform with free access to any nanotechnology stakeholder. NANOfutures activities are partially sustained by the CSA project funded by European Commission and entitled “NANOfutures: A cross-ETP Coordination Initiative on nanotechnology” (Contract No.: NMP4- CA-2010-266789). The project started in October 2010.Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • NANOfutures Structure • The platform is guided and steered by the NANOfutures Steering Committee (SC), formed by: • Chair: Paolo Matteazzi, MINAM ETP • Two co-chairs: Professor Kiparissides (CERTH) and Peter Krüger (Bayer) • 11 ETP representatives, officially appointed by the ETPs; • 10 Horizontal working groups chairs. Chair Chair Two Co-Chairs Two Co-Chairs Steering Steering Committee Committee Member Member Member Member Member Member Member FTP Representative Scientific Board Member Member FTP Representative Scientific Board Member Scientific Board Member FTP Representative Representative Member Scientific Board FTP Representative Representative Member Scientific Board Representative ETP Representative Horizontal groupBoard Member Scientific Representative ETP Representative Horizontal group Representative Horizontal group leader group Representative Horizontal group leader Horizontal leader Horizontal group leader leader Horizontal group chair leader Horizontal group chairCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • NANOfutures Strategic Aims The aims of NANOfutures CA within the next two years are: 1. to identify and optimize synergies between European and National Platforms, research programmes, JTI, ERA-NETs and other CSAs and research projects related to nanotechnology, in order to reduce the fragmentation of the European nanotechnology and coordinate future strategies. 1. to identify key strategic nanotechnology nodes addressing issues of cross-sectional and nano-specific relevance for the innovation and rapid uptake of nanotechnologies in order to increase EU competitiveness . 1. to construct and disseminate an integrated Industrial and Research Roadmap for European Nanotechnology, including a medium term detailed implementation plan.Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • 10 Working Groups Chairs Members Communication Andrea Elisabeth Reinhardt 118 Industrial Safety Strategy Peter Krüger 87 Industrialisation/Nanomanufacturing Vito Lambertini 163 Networking David Gonzalez 148 Regulation Anna Gergely 81 Research/Technology Udo Gommel 216 Safety Research Rob Aitken 125 Skills and Education Costas Kiparissides 95 Standardization Michael Stintz 85 Technology Transfer and Innovation Financing Donato Zangani 169Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • ETP representatives in NANOfutures 11 ETPs signed the Memorandum of Understanding, in order to declare their support to NANOfutures. These ETPs are representative of several industrial sectors: Textiles (FTC); Nanomedicine (NANOMEDICINE); Chemistry (SusChem); Construction (ECTP); Nanoelectronics (ENIAC); Nanomanufacturing (MINAM and MANUFUTURE); Transportation (ERTRAC); Advanced engineering materials and technologies ( EUMAT); Photonics (PHOTONICS21); Industrial Safety (ETPIS).Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Links to other EU nano initiatives NANOfutures established connections with different nanotechnology initiatives (e.g. Nano safety Cluster, nano impact net, SIINN Eranet etc.) and the following Coordination and Support Actions:Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbH 14and CSA Nanofutures
  • As NANOfutures Community member you can: •… with three clicks run your own polls and get feedback from the NANOfutures members? •… search for companies by keywords and other criterias? •… learn about the members and their background? •… invite new members by just one click? •… discuss in the WG forums with other members? •… keep informed about the activities in the community you are interested in via email? NANOfutures in September 2011: 565 members ~30% of them are industryCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Activities performed so far: Scheme November 2011 Industrialization Working Group Meeting and Manufacturing WG 20 January, Brussels ETP representative Clustering of inputs – potential nodes direct input: 50 ETP needs from FTC ECTP ENIAC ERTRAC ETPIS EUMAT MANUFUTURE MINAM NANOMEDICINE PHOTONICS 21 11 Working Groups, Identification of actions SUSCHEM to address clustered ETP needs : •RESEARCH / TECHNOLOGY •INDUSTRIALIZATION/ nano-MANUFACTURING •COMMUNICATION •SAFETY RESEARCH •INDUSTRIAL SAFETY STRATEGY •STANDARDIZATION •REGULATION •TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER and INNOVATION FINANCING •NETWORKING •SKILLS AND EDUCATION Brussels, 15 March 2011Copyright: WG Technical MeetingmicroTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Industrialization Discussion and short list of WGs Technical Meeting potential key nodes 15 March, Brussels and Manufacturing WG Clustering of inputs, potential nodes Identification of actions to address clustered ETP needs : Contribution from analysis of ETP SRA Design, modelling and testing of materials (including design and modelling, analitical techniques, knowledge sharing and intellectual properties) Nano-micro scale manufacturing (including cost- effective processes) Safe & Sustainable (including Safer processes and products, Regulation, Environment) NANO-Structures and Composites NANOenabled Surfaces (including Surface Performance and Surface Manufacturing)Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Final approval of nanotechnology Key nodes The 14th April 2011 the Steering Committee approved the following key nodes: Design, modelling and testing of materials (including design and modelling, analitical techniques, knowledge sharing and intellectual properties) Nano-micro scale manufacturing (including cost- effective processes) Safe & Sustainable (including Safer processes and products, Regulation, Environment) NANO-Structures and Composites NANOenabled Surfaces (including Surface Performance and Surface Manufacturing)Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Final list of key nodes Approval of a list of key nodes Definition of the expert groups What to do next: the perspective Inventive Sessions Workshops on each key node (June2011 -January 2012) Targets and Challenges Industrial and Research Roadmap (March- June 2012) One Group for each Dissemination, Exploitation and Key-Node networking activitiesCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Future Events • NanotechItaly 2011, November 23-25, 2011, Venice, Italy: next SC and Project Meeting Meeting. NANOfutures WG meetings will be organised on the 22nd in the same place as NanotechItaly Congress. In the plenary session of the 23rd a 1h session (4 presentations) dedicated to EU and IT NANOfutures platform is foreseen. • Key node meetings (for selected experts only): January 2012 • WG and SC meetings and Technology Transfer event: Spring 2012Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • NANOfutures strategic aims The aims of NANOfutures strategic aims for the next 2 years are: 1. to identify and optimize synergies between European and National Platforms, research programmes, JTI, ERA-NETs and other CSAs and research projects related to nanotechnology, in order to reduce the fragmentation of the European nanotechnology and coordinate future strategies. 1. to identify key strategic nanotechnology nodes addressing issues of cross- sectional and nano-specific relevance for the innovation and rapid uptake of nanotechnologies in order to increase EU competitiveness incl. aspects of contribution to challenges of society and respect health and environmental needs. 1. to construct and disseminate an integrated Industrial and Research Roadmap for European Nanotechnology, including a medium term detailed implementation plan.Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Coming actions FOCUS on identification of key nodes: Preliminary Matrix Collection of ETP documentation (M6) Steering Committee (M1-M2) (potential nodes) Meeting (M6) Selection of key nodes ETP representatives: Identification of sectional needs (M3) Clustering of inputs (M4-M5) Final list of Key nodes Analysis of State of the Art (M1-M3) Working group Meetings (M4) (documentation coming from CSAs, nano-EAG, ERANET and other nano-initiatives) Clustered horizontal issues Clustered sectional needs Identification of horizontal issuesCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • How to get involved in new NANOfutures • Free subscription to NANOfutures website: www.nanofutures.eu • Access to NANOfutures participant database • Information on nanotechnology related news. • Contact: andrea.reinhardt@microtec-d.com • Participation of the Working Groups • Contribution to European vision on nanotechnology, based on an industry-driven approach • Register via webpage and directly by being active there and/or • Contact: margherita.cioffi@dappolonia.it Information source FP calls, ETPs: http://cordis.europa.eu/ and http://cordis.europa.eu/technology-platforms/ Follow @nanofutures at twitter and check also http://www.nanofutures.euCopyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures
  • Thank you for your attention! microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbH http://www.microtec-d.com Bismarckstraße 142b Kaiserslauterer 353 47057 Duisburg 67098 Bad Dürkheim Tel: +49 203 306 2050 Tel: +49 6322 650 220 Fax: +49 203 306 2069 Fax: +49 6322 650 221Copyright:microTEC Gesellschaft für Mikrotechnologie mbHand CSA Nanofutures