Project title: NanoFabNet – International Hub for sustainable industrial-scale Nanofabrication
NanoFabNet is an international hub for sustainable nanofabrication whose structure, business model, detailed strategies and action plans are designed, agreed and carried by its partners. NanoFabNet’s upcoming virtual collaboration space, NanoFabNet Hub, will be a self-sustained platform that aids international stakeholders in accessing expert knowledge about ethical, safe, and sustainable nanofabrication. It designed to be an one-stop-shop for all matters and concerns pertaining to sustainable nanofabrication and its successful incorporation into the complex, large-scale high-value industries by bringing together governmental and academic laboratories with large industries and SMEs, and thereby offering a coordination space for past, current and future collaborative nanofabrication projects (incl. both EU-funded projects and initiatives, as well as public-to-public partnerships (P2Ps) and public-private-partnerships (PPPs)).
The main objective of the project will be the virtual platform NanoFabNet Hub hosted on NanoFabNet’s website and deigned as an key tool for nanotechnology professionals and entities.
The NanoFabNet Hub stands for:
a well-implemented, guided approach to high levels of safety and sustainability,
trusted technical reliability and quality, and
compliance with and drive of harmonisation, standardisation, and regulation requirements, amongst all of its members and along their nanofabrication value chains.
The hub will contain an open structure, whose elements have been developed, agreed and validated in a stakeholder-driven approach. A registered NanoFabNet secretariat at its centre will provide an accountable, approachable executive that secures its economic sustainability.
Partners: Bionanonet Forschungsgesellschaft Mbh, Consiglio Nazionale Delle Ricerche, Fundacja Wspierania Nanonauk i Nanotechnologii – Nanonet, Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Institut Catholique d'arts et Metiers, Karlsruher Institut fuer Technologie, Laboratoire National de Metrologie et d'essais, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology, Materia Nova, Norges Teknisk-Naturvitenskapelige Universitet Ntnu, Steinbeis 2i Gmbh, Universitat Zu Koln, Virginia Tech Applied Research Corporation, Vysoke Uceni Technicke V Brne
IMM Contact person: Vittorio Morandi
Funder under: European Commission H2020