The nanotechnology is progressing rapidly from applied research phase to an implementation phase in various industries. This trend is expected to accelerate as the successes and the impressive results are showing promising and encouraging results in multiple markets both the high-tech sector such as medical, sensors, aviation, microelectronics etc and in the traditional industry sector such as strengthening materials, innovative lubricates, smart packaging to extend storage life of pastries, meet products and produce, high performance batteries with longer life cycle and very short charge time, smart textile that are bacteria and virus resistant etc. The European commission estimates that the nanotechnology market for nano based products and services is over 3 trillion Euros and their projection is that by year 2025 nanotechnology is expected to be a mature and yet growing industry, with countless mainstream products in all different industrial sectors.
During this session you will have the opportunity to learn about multiple cases of companies and research programs in commercialization phase with encouraging and promising results. The presenters will share their views, challenges, how did they have overcome, the end results and where else the learned knowhow can be applied to benefit other processes and products resulting with better overall performing products and improved profit level.