EuroNanoForum 2013: Deadline Extended for Call for Posters & Projects


Call for Posters and Projects – Deadline extended to 5th of April

Call for Posters and Projects – deadline extended!

The deadline for the Call for Best Research Project Award 2013 and Call for Posters has been extended to the 5th of April to give you the chance to actively participate in ENF 2013 and submit your poster or project. Already over 200 poster submissions and 45 project abstracts have been submitted – the race is on!

Remember, for the Best Research Project Award we are looking for completed projects funded under the 5th, 6th and 7th EU Framework Programmes for Research & Innovation by the Industrial technologies (NMP) Programme, the European Research Council, the Marie Curie programme, the Future and Emerging Technologies (FETs) or the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), all related to nanotechnologies. Coordination and support actions (CSAs) are not eligible.

Still ongoing FP7 and ERDF projects (CSAs excluded), at the time that ENF2013 takes place, are offered the possibility to present their work at a dedicated FP7 project-workshop on day 3. These projects must be still under development at the time of ENF2013 taking place.

More details available on the website.


Read the latest Hot Topics for exciting details on the conference programme.

Actively participate in ENF 2013:
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Exhibit Network
  • Connect with international partners at the Brokerage Day organised by Enterprise Europe Network Ireland
  • Showcase at the exhibition, which will be the biggest European marketplace for nanotechnology and materials applications, products and research
  • Enjoy the social events in the evenings: Welcome Reception and Award Gala, where the Best Research Project Award will be presented and the 10 finalists will give flash presentations


3 Days | 100 Speakers | 1200 Delegates | 50 Countries


The event takes place during the Irish Presidency of the European Council in Dublin and is jointly organised by Enterprise Ireland and Spinverse. It is supported by the Irish national industry associations and the European Commission Directorate for Research & Innovation. EuroNanoForum has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7 – 2007-2013) under grant agreement number 290567.

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Zigzag-shaped nickel nanowires via organometallic template-free route

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