Building up EU-Network expecially for : NMP.2012.1.4-5 Improving education in nanotechnologies to match the skill needs of EU industry and society – (supporting actions)

 

SEARCH for PARTNERS to improve “NANO-EDUCATION IN EUROPE”:

Nano Science and technology are shifting the Education Paradigm

 

Nano -Education addresses the challenges presented to educators and researchers by the rapid emergence of multidisciplinary new technologies, innovative industries, creative research frontiers, and knowledge-economy in science and engineering management at the nanometer scale.

Therefore new “nano-ed”. paradigm must to be created at all levels of education and training that better meet the needs of emerging multidisciplinary nano-science & tech., through innovative uses of educational technologies and delivery formats in order to provide at incorporateing practice-oriented educational environments to train future workforce and SME's management to maintain a comparative advantage in a global economy and provide for an effective development of knowledge society.

 

The FP7 -2012 offer the opportunity to grow up an EU- network to improve a comprehensive approach to nano-education multidisciplynary innovation . See:

Call identifier: FP7-NMP-2012-CSA-6

http://ec.europa.eu/research/participants/portal/page/cooperation?callIdentifier=FP7-NMP-2012-CSA-6

 

The EGOCREANET Association (Italy) offer to be partner of an EU-Network expecially for : NMP.2012.1.4-5 Improving education in nanotechnologies to match the skill needs of EU industry and society – (supporting actions)

- 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 trans-disciplinary education and multi-actorial promotion of nanoscience-innovation. In particular the Association will promote a pioneering on line program for Nanoscale scientists , providing unique interdisciplinary education to develop a new breed of scientists for a growing number of nanotechnology-enabled career opportunities to solve challenging problems of SME's productive re-enginering through an integration between nano and bio-applied sciences. The trans-disciplinary on line permanent education strategy, will be oriented to pursue opportunities also in emerging high-technology industries, including nanoelectronics, nanomedicine, health sciences, and sustainable energy. See preliminary info in :

www.nanopaprika.eu/profiles/blogs/search-for-partners-nmp-2012-1-4-5-improving-education-in

 

Current Potential Partners and Stakeholders and Supporters (at 09/Sept/11) :

 

1) Initially Proposed as Coordinator: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Albert Duschl

Vice Rector for Research, University of Salzburg,Kapitelgasse 4-6

A-5020 Salzburg, Austria ;Tel. +43 662 8044 2410; FAX +43 662 8044 177

http://www.sbg.ac.at/aff/index ;

Department of Molecular Biology,Division Allergy and Immunology, Biochemistry

Hellbrunner Str. 34 ,A-5020 Salzburg, Austria;Tel. +43 662 8044 5731;FAX +43 662 8044 5751

albert.duschl@sbg.ac.at, www.uni-salzburg.at/tapir

  1. Dr. Paolo Manzelli , ( Contact Person ) - President of EGOCREANET/ c/o Laboratory of Education-Research , Dep. of Chemistry - Florence University, Cell: +39/3356760004; Phone :+39/0554573135.

  2. Dr. Thomas Zadrozny,Managing Director,NANO-futures Association,Spain: see-http://www.nanofutures2010.eu/index.php?action=5

  3. Dr. Nadine Witkowski, INSP
    office :1222-4-05,Boite 840,4 place Jussieu,75005 Paris,France
    tel:
    +33 (0)144274342,nadine.witkowski@upmc.fr
    www.nanomat-master.eu
    www.insp.upmc.fr/axe2/surfaces_fonctionnelles/themes_surfaces.php

  4. Dr. Francesca Peiró <fpeiro@el.ub.es>,nanotec@ub.edu,

LENS - Laboratory of Electron Nanoscopy,MIND - Micro-Nanotechnology and Nanoscopies for electrophotonic Devices,N2UB - Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Electronics Department, University of Barcelona

c/ Marti Franqués 1,08028 Barcelona,Tel: (+34) 93 403 91 55,Fax: (+34) 93 402 11 48.....

6) - Emmanuelle Zein<ezein@localeurope.net>

39, Gran Via Marques del Turia,46005 Valencia-Spain,

Phone: +34 96 329 59 99 ; Fax: +34 96 329 66 89

7) Dr. Andreas Wild,Executive Director,ENIAC Joint Undertaking

Mail address: <eniac@eniac.europa.eu >TO56-5/3-1049 Brussels, Belgium

Visiting: Ave. de la Toison d’Or 56-60, 5/4, 1060 Brussels, Belgium

Tel: +32 2 221 8105,Mobile: +32 498 984 232

 

-Partner/s Sought:

The EGOCREANET/Association is interested in opening a dialogue with companies , industies, and research organizations that are considering developing a collaborative research proposal and is looking for additional partners to reply to the call : NMP.2012.1.4-5.

 

Previous experience with collaborative R&D projects :

The Egocreanet Association has a good experience in national and European collaborative projects on Education Research for improving innovation following the idea that in the knowledge society must be able to deal with a new type of knowledge which is dynamic, distributed/globalized and complex as in the case of trans-disciplinary nano-sciences.

 

 

Project proposal development stage:

The EGOCREANET Association is interested to discuss Educational Projects regarding nanotechnology- trans-disciplinary education and innovation that are at any stage development (Idea, under development or proposal already submitted ).The goal of such debate will be to develop a new model of nanoscale education that is essential to prepare today's brightest young scientific minds to be tomorrow's leaders in nanoscale exploration and discovery that will be able to grow up an innovative nanotechnology knowledge-economy.

Preferred Countries for partner

No preference, particularly looking for partners living in Europe

 

Contact Person Details

Paolo Manzelli ; Phone :+39/3356760004

Email : EGOCREANET2011@gmail.com

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Preliminary Information about NMP.2012.1.4-5 : Confidential call request:

 

Improving education in nanotechnologies to match the skill needs of EU industry and society

Technical content/scope: Conventional educational and academic disciplines often constrain the introduction of interdisciplinary courses and trans-disciplinary approaches that are necessary to nanotechnology. Overcoming such limitations is mandatory in order to educate highly skilled nano-scale scientists and engineers, whose scarcity is pinpointed by industry as a major obstacle to innovation. The multidisciplinary and multi-sectoral character of nanotechnologies requires developing novel forms of integration in the education systems, in order to prepare flexible and adaptable scientific and engineering pools of talent, while at the same time enhancing the necessary in-depth scientific background. This requires new frameworks of cooperation between schools, universities, research institutes and industry, as well as convergence of educational departments in nanotechnologies, biotechnologies, ICT, cognitive and other sciences, such as physics and chemistry (for example quantum mechanics and physical chemistry are fundamental to nanotechnology). Connection should also be made to social and business sciences. Special attention is required to encourage females to study nanotechnologies. The emphasis should be on graduate and post-graduate university level.

This Support action should provide:

  • mapping and critical assessment of best practices across the EU to identify enhanced integrated strategies for education in nanotechnologies;

  • - development of pilot teaching materials, lab activities and assessment tools as independent subjects or modules;
    - development of a platform for disseminating, testing and fine tuning of the strategies and the 'open courseware'.
    Funding Scheme: Coordination and Support Actions (supporting actions). No more than one supporting action will be funded.

  • Expected impact: (i) Promote the integration of nanotechnologies into the educational systems by favouring its responsible convergence with other sciences and stimulating the onfield cooperation of industry with educational and research bodies to respond to skill needs of industry and society. (ii) Contribute to making nanotechnology studies more attractive, thus increasing the numbers of students, especially female students.

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Comment by Paolo Manzelli on September 26, 2011 at 3:31pm

Nano-Education in Europe Development . In Achronim (N.E.E.D. Proposal) 

for the activity area “Cross-cutting and enabling R&D” includes the sub-topic: NMP.2012.1.4-5

 "Improving education in nanotechnologies to match the skill needs of EU industry and society – -supporting actions."

Dear potential partners and friends I would like to ask to you nto see the preliminary ideas to debate on the devevelopment of the project "NEED":

SEE: http://www.wbabin.net/Science-Journals/Essays-Miscellaneous/Downloa...


It will  be important to develop a proposal will be shared among the most active partners so that the answer to the supporting action to be successful.

I hope in your kind cooperation this because of one of the key priorities of Europe  is to develop an economy based on knowledge, innovation ofhigh tech. manufacturing in nano and also in bio knowledge economy  

So that the NEED program would be expect to  develop activities able to focus a clear strategic innovation of advanced multi-disciplinary education to  realize a suppotuig  program that will be able to provide high added value in terms of R&D cooperation results in improving workforce skills. 

As a matter of facts in this contemporarily context of socio-economic crisis  it  a vital "NEED" , to develop a very active NETWORK of nanotech plajers  in order to  organize a new collaborative paradigm on multi -disciplnary Nano-Education as a fundamental strategic importance to support the NMP- cooperation framework.. 

 

So that I ask to all potential partners to suggest their ideas about the better  strategy to reduce disciplinary barriers that limits the "open - innovation"  between academic research and industry to optimize the effective capabilities of advanced technological development located in the European countries , this can be useful expecially for allowing the SMEs  to take advantege to the nano-aplication to the production and market. 

Many thanks for all that would to reply to me with concrete proposals. Very Cordially. Paolo Manzelli  25/SEPT/2011 FIRENZE

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Comment by Paolo Manzelli on September 26, 2011 at 11:39am

To  a more  Preliminary description  of NEED -nano education Program see http://www.gsjournal.net/Science-Journals/Essays-Miscellaneous/Down...

 

Paolo Manzelli 25/SEPT/2011 FIRENZE pmanzelli.lre@gmail.com


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Comment by POPI MANZ on September 25, 2011 at 7:48pm
SOME PRELIMINARY IDEAS AND CONCEPTS:  

Nano-Education in Europe Development .

<N.E.E.D Program>

Activity area “Cross-cutting and enabling R&D” sub-topic: NMP.2012.1.4-5

Improving education in nanotechnologies to match the skill needs of EU industry and society – -supporting actions.

Some ideas by: Paolo Manzelli ; President of EGOCREANET (*)

 

"Nanotechnology is an area which has highly promising prospects for turning fundamental research into successful innovations. Not only to boost the competitiveness of our industry but also to create new products that will make positive changes in the lives of our citizens, be it in medicine, environment, electronics or any other field."(European Commissioner for Science & Research, Janez Potočnik )

 

 

Objectives : The economic importance of nanoscience and nanotechnology has not yet been fully realized to ensure its transformation from a resource-intensive to a knowledge-intensive industry. Therefore it is a need to sustain a deep innovation in advanced nanoeducation in Europe, by generating step changes in knowledge and implementing decisive knowledge for new applications at the crossroads among different technologies and disciplines


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Comment by paolo manzelli on September 25, 2011 at 10:44am

Get a new adhersion to Nano Education in Europe Development N.E.E.D proposal promoted by EGOCREANET Florence (IT) :

Gerardo Escobedo <gescobedo@redaragon7pm.eu>

Red Aragón 7PMT:    +34 976 070 151 M:   +34 689 309 455F:    +34 976 077 601 www.redaragon7pm.eu

----------------------------------- and :

Boris S,  b_snopok@yahoo.com

Boris Snopok, Ass Prof RCMN Kaunas, Lithuania

http://www.microsys.ktu.lt/txt/home/

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Comment by paolo manzelli on September 21, 2011 at 8:16am

NEW ADHESION BY :

Annette Locher

 

Our organisation (FSRM) is specialized in continuing education, that means training courses targeted to engineers from industry and research.

 Here are some of our competencies :

- We are experienced in elaborating and leading WP’s on Training, Dissemination and Exploitation of Results in different European research projects

- FSRM is the leading European provider of in-service training courses in the field of micro/nanotech

We regularly organize over 30 short courses in the field of micro/nanotech, held by leading specialists from all over Europe

- We know the training needs of industry in the field of micro/nanotech and have a large network of companies and universities

- We are partner of EuroTraining, a EU initiative which has established a web platform and an address data base for the dissemination of European training courses and training material in the areas of nanoelectronics and micro/nano technologies.

 

We could contribute to achieve following of your project goals

a) Identify the educational needs of nanotechnology and provide a platform of examples and best practice 

e') …. and action at the earliest stage for a better understanding of citizen about the opportuniy of an alternative development of nano- productivity 

and take over the whole dissemination part of your project.

FSRM - Swiss Foundation for Research in Microtechnology

Annette Locher, Project Manager

Ruelle DuPeyrou 4, CP 2353, CH 2001 Neuchâtel
Tel : +41 32 720 09 03,

e-mail:locher@fsrm.ch
www.fsrm.ch

 


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Comment by Professor Robert Pope on September 16, 2011 at 11:03am

The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, UNESCO Chair- on Education for Human Rights, Democracy and Peace. UNESCO/UNITWIN Award 2002. The Director Dr Dimitra

Papadoulou, Professor Emeritus, School of Psychology /AUTh has advised that the little girl from ancient Athens will be “christened” Myrtis and Themis at a ceremony on the 21st of September

2011 The International Day of Peace.

 

Dr Padadoulou also wrote, Besides all of us who serve the UNESCO Chair (Academics, teachers, students etc.), work with the hope that one day, the secret of the little girl from Athens will one day

influence the minds of men and women and will become a reality. This is the reason we all loved the Little Girl from Athens so much. We would like to thank Prof. Robert Pope for his inspired story.

 

The story will be highlighted in our 'Historical' book about the pioneering of the great nano-scale quantum biology adventure unfolding before us in our time.

 

Regards to all, Robert Pope.


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Comment by Professor Robert Pope on September 16, 2011 at 9:57am

The Science-Art Centre is constructing a Social Cradle New Renaissance book to support the fundamental ethics of relevant medical nano-scale research. In order to bridge Sir C P Snow's widening gulf between the culture of science and art, a once upon a time child's story had been written, requiringa mythical little girl to be officially given a name,to provide credence that Professor Manzelli's new quantum entanglement paradym might become psychologically feasible. A UNESCO world peace organisationhas advide it will officially give the little girl her name. The Centre will provide details of this remarkable event in due course.

 

Professor Robert Pope

 

 


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Comment by paolo manzelli on September 16, 2011 at 7:54am

 The relevant importance and benefits of nano-scale technology can be readily understood more deeply so that it is a need an education open to creativity . As matter of facts nano e bio-technology need to develop completely new trans-disciplinary approaches of research in education to undestand the auto-organization of matter at nanoscale based upon  the self-assembly of entangled quantum-particles that permits to change the relationschips between Matter & Energy and  as a consequence to develop new properties of  structured materials.Therefore there  will be  much future implications of nanotechnology if the educational approach will be no more a repetition of the old mechanical approach of traditional science. Paolo Manzelli SEPT/16/2011- Firenze <pmanzelli.lre@gmail.com> ;www.edscuola.it/lre.html


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Comment by Professor Robert Pope on September 16, 2011 at 2:28am

Professor Paolo Manzelli's call for a new paradigm in education that embraces nano-scale reality is very important within the Humanities. Unless the closed entropic social world view can anticipate pragmatic benefits from nano-scale technology, functioning within an open dynamical universal system then the  Kantian electromagnetic Ethic cannot be envisaged. For example, the present global starvation will be considered an inevitable act of nature, in which nano-scale solutions can only become a fanciful aesthetic optimism.

 

Persons within the Australian node of the United Nations Millennium Project's Future Studies & Development has suggested that the Chinese Node in Beijing may appreciate that their ethical objectives cannot be realised unless the relevant importance and benefits of nano-scale technology can be readily understood by the lay person.

 

The Science-Art Research of Australia is now seeking legal opinion about the status of Moral Jurisprudence Law which appears to have been constructed upon Kantian Aesthetics , art appreciation theory, lacking the electromagnetic ethics belonging to Immanuel Kant and Oersted.

 

The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy lists Immanuel Kant “as one of the most influential philosophers in the history of Western philosophy. His contributions to metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, and aesthetics have had a profound impact on almost every philosophical movement that followed him”. Obviously, this “impact” was not adequate to any pragmatic comprehension of nano-scale technology.

 

Professor Robert Pope,

Science-Art research Centre of Australia.

 

 

 

 

 


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Comment by Paolo Manzelli on September 15, 2011 at 11:48am
TINK Platform  in Hungary // of Nanopaprika send to EGOCREANET an Expression of Interest to the ADVANCED NANO EDUCATION  in EUROPE . So that Dr. András Paszternák, founder of Nanopaprika, will be a new potential partner of the Eu-Call FP7.NMP.2012.1.4-5 supporting work programme. I am very glad for this important co-operation. Very Cordially Paolo Manzelli 1SEPT/16/11 FIRENZE <pmanzelli.lre@gmail.com> ; www.edscuola.it/lre.html
 

 
you can contact me directly at editor@nanopaprika.eu
 
best regards
 
andras paszternak

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