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From 19 - 21 June 2012, Industrial Technologies 2012 is the single meeting point of the key-decision makers from the industrial R&D community.

Policy-makers, CTOs and innovators discuss the latest trends and the future of nano, materials and production technologies in Europe, including:

How innovative industrial technologies are being used to improve competitiveness and build businesses:
  • Smart automation in manufacturing
  • Radical efficiency and recycling in process industries
  • Energy-efficient and energy-positive buildings
  • Building European clean energy industries
How public and private investments can work in tandem to stimulate industrial innovation
  • Identifying the highest impact projects from the last decade
  • Looking ahead to Horizon 2020, the EC’s 80 billion Euro funding programme starting in 2014
  • Understanding how Public Private Partnerships funding will accelerate innovations
Read more on the hot topics via the event website.

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See the latest technologies, trends and network extensively!

160 high-profile speakers are confirmed for 5 plenaries, 18 sessions and 16 workshops. Moreover, over 85 organizations showcase innovations at the exhibtion and you can see the stars at the European research horizon during the 2-day poster session. The Award Gala, site visits to leading Danish companies and a full matchmaking day complete the programme and guarantee that you will get most out of these 3 days.

Meet your potential business or technology partner, customers, future EU-project partners at Industrial Technologies 2012. Register now

Award Gala- Announcing the 10 Finalists
We are happy to announce the 10 finalists of the Best Project Award.
The winner, that will be selected during the Award Gala by the audience, will receive the Best Project Award 2012. The award has been designed for this occasion.
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Nominate the Best Project 2012

We are happy to announce the 10 finalists of the Best Project Award:


The winner, that will be selected by you during the Award Gala, will receive the prestigious Best Project Award 2012.

The award has been designed especially for this occasion, describing innovation and new products arising from research and industry collaborations to lead to more growth and competitiveness on the European market.
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Towards a New Industrial Revolution

Global competition environmental concerns, resource-scarcity, demographics and the changing needs of society pose challenges that must be met to ensure the long-term survival of manufacturing in Europe and the future of the high-skilled employment that it provides.

Thus, industry established the European Factories of the Future Research Association (EFFRA) to engage in a public-private partnership (PPP) with the European Union.  

With 112 large industrial, SME, research organisation and association members, EFFRA represents a diverse manufacturing community – one that employs over 30 million people in Europe.

At Industrial Technologies 2012, two sessions will focus on the ‘Factories of the Future’ topics including experts such as

Prof. H. Flegel (Daimler)
Dr. M. Hägele (Fraunhofer IPA),
Dr. S. Sørensen (Danish Crown)
Dr. E. Sol (TNO)
L. Galdabini (Cesare Galdabini)
H. Lakner (Fraunhofer IPMS).

Read more on the future of manufacturing or register directly here.

Resource Efficiency as Opportunity

Process industries are very cost-intensive as water and energy consumption are sky-rocking and thus, put limitations to Europe's competitiveness.

For that reason, a proposal for a new PPP in Industrial Technologies called SPIRE has been made that will include members from more than 450 000 enterprises and employ over 6.8 mio people.

By generating over 1.600 billion EUR turnover and making up 20% of all funding for Europe’s economy, these members will make a major contribution to the political and societal objectives of drastic efficiency improvement in CO2-equivalent footprints of up to 40% by 2030.

Dr. Peter Nagler (SusChem) and Jean-Pierre Birat (ArcelorMittal) will discuss during “Resource-Efficient Process Industries” new opportunities and related concepts such as cradle-to-cradle, recycling, end-of-life and waste treatment.

Aarhus University   Aalborg University   Eu2012dk   Spinverse   European Comission   Seventh Framevork Programme

The event takes place during the Danish Presidency of the European Council in Aarhus and is jointly organised by iNANO, CIP and Spinverse. It is supported by The European Commission Directorate for Research & Innovation and listed under the grant agreement number 290567.

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