EuroNanoForum 2011 - Budapest, Hungary - Registration is Open

EuroNanoForum 2011 Registration is Open

Registration for EuroNanoForum 2011 has begun. To register, go to the
EuroNanoForum website and click registration.
An early registration fee is in effect until 15 April:



Regular registration fee
240 EUR
Early registration fee
(before 15 April 2011)
192 EUR
Student entrance fee
100 EUR


Gain Critical Insights Into Nanotechnology Development

The event programme features the latest developments in nanotechnology from over 70 leading research centers, and offers practical information about their industrial applications from Europe's nanotechnology leaders. The event will also enable you to get a deeper understanding of future R&D funding strategies from the European Commission and 14 other funding agencies. To see a list of organisations that have already confirmed their participation, please visit the event website.

Build Partnerships and Do Business

You can raise your profile with a stand in the fully-integrated exhibition, pre-arrange meetings with potential partners and customers during a full day of matchmaking, and find funding for your company by pitching Europe’s leading nanotechnology investors in the venture forum.
 
Have Fun

Last but not least, you’ll have fun. Conference tickets include lunch and coffee, plus a cocktail reception and gala dinner to maximize opportunities for networking. The event is also a great excuse to spend time in one of Europe’s most attractive capitals in the summer sunshine!

The event takes place in Budapest’s Congress and World Trade Center
from 30th May to 1st June 2011.

Keynote
Speakers Include


  • Robert-Jan Smits, Director-General, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, European Commission
  • Herbert von Bose, Director, Industrial Technologies, Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, European
    Commission
  • Marc van Sande, Executive Vice President of Energy Materials and Member of Executive Committee, Umicore SA
  • Professor Michael Grätzel, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
  • Professor László Peter Biró, Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science
  • Laszlo Ürge, CEO, ThalesNano Inc.
  • Professor Flemming Besenbacher, Director of Interdisciplinary Nanoscience Center at University of Aarhus (iNANO)
  • Professor Tomas Jungwirth, Head of the Department of Spintronics and Nanoelectronics, Institute of Physics,
    Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
  • Professor Miklós Kellermayer, Department of Biophysics and Radiation Biology, Semmelweis University
Register now at www.euronanoforum2011.eu

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