EUROPEAN CALLS FP7-2012 -search for partners.

FP7 -2012 Partner Offer of EGOCREANET -ASSOCIATION  for : 
-Call identifier: FP7-NMP-2012-CSA-6 
Partnership offered expecially for : NMP.2012.1.4-5 Improving education in nanotechnologies to match the skill needs of EU industry and society – supporting actions Deadline: Date of publication: 20 July 2011 • Deadline : 24 January 2012 at 17.00.(Brussels local time) 
Company Expertise:The EGOCREANET -Association (www.edscuola.it/lre.html) can support the objectives of the call by offering expertise in nanoscience promotion . Current Partners in Italy : Dep. Of Chemistry of Florence University
-Partner/s Sought:The EGOCREANET/Association is interested in opening a dialogue with other companies and research organizations that are considering developing a collaborative research proposal and are looking for additional partners. 
Previous experience with collaborative R&D projects :The EGOCREANET-Association has previous experience in national and European collaborative projects on Education Research for improving innovation 
Project proposal development stage: The EGOCREANET Association is interested to discuss Egucational Projects regarding nanotechnology-education an innovation that are at any stage development (Idea, under development or proposal already submitted ).
Preferred Countries for partners:No preference, particularly looking for partners in Europe 
Contact Details Paolo Manzelli ; Phone :+39/0554573135Email : EGOCREANET2011@gmail.com

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Yes, it is important to find a sufficient number of partners for an EU project. Statistically, best chances have projects with 6 to 8 partners comming from 4 countries. Be careful in selecting the partners. From my experience as evaluator in Brussels I know that poorly fitting partners may be a reason for rejection!

Dieter Vollath

greetings

We would be very interested in joining your proposal to FP7.  I have been giving a course every year since 1995 on various aspects of Nanos in course called 'Nanostructured Materials' with about 25 + participants

(from Sweden, Europe and Asia)  every year.  They do practical projects as well in this course using our state of the art facilities (see attachments of typical course flyer, and our facilities).

 

I agree with Dieter's comments that we need active members who can complete each others experiences

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Dear Sir

 

It is my pleasure to join your team I did alot of researches with team of NANO STRUCTRAL material in CRISTAL Global for TIO2 in different plants in KSA,UK,USAand AUST , I have new proposal for advanced nano material for industrial application ,I hope to get a chance to join your team ,please advice to extend my cooperation with your team

It is my pleasure to join your team I did alot of researches with team of NANO STRUCTRAL material in CRISTAL Global for TIO2 in different plants in KSA,UK,USAand AUST , I have new proposal for advanced nano material for industrial application ,I hope to get a chance to join your team ,please advice to extend my cooperation with your team

I am also interested in this call. I have been teaching nanomaterials courses since 2005 both undergraduate and graduate level in Turkey. I was the one of the  partner in FP6 project at NANOMAT. I would like to be  happy to join  such a call if anybody is preparing project for this call.

 

Hasan Gocmez, Ph.D.

hasangocmez@yahoo.com

I am working in Nano material synthesis and characterization since 1999. I am interested in your project.

Dr.Rathinam Chandramohan

chandramohan@rediffmail.com

Spreading knowledge on Nano affairs is my favorit since years. Several blogs to this theme focussed mainly on size detection as well on sample preparation
I have already posted. Today as a retired specialist I wouldlike to share my more than 30 years of experience.

Dear Paolo,

Nanotec Latina S.A. is an Argentina´s company that represents worldwide Companies in Latin America without boundaries.  We are a demand-driven & import-oriented brokerage company, aimed at making future and existing nanotechnology´s ideas & products available to consumers throughout the mentioned markets. Please see our webpage: www.nanoteclatina.com

We are willing to establish a partnership relation with you. We usually participate in consortiums that need a Latin American SMEs, specializing in the dissemination, publicizing , and promoting widespread nanotechnology-based researches and products,

I´m looking forward your kind and prompt response

With Best Regards from Buenos Aires, Argentina

Pablo Beibe

pablo.beibe@nanoteclatina.com

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