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NANO futures association. WG Nanosafety research Chair: Rob Aitken Co-Chair: Michael Riediker. Lausanne, 15 th Feb 2011 First WG Meeting. WG Welcome (WG chair, 5 min) Presentation of co-chair and rest of group members (All, 10 min)

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NANOfutures

association

WG Nanosafety research

Chair: Rob Aitken

Co-Chair: Michael Riediker

Lausanne, 15th Feb 2011

First WG Meeting

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WG Welcome (WG chair, 5 min)

Presentation of co-chair and rest of group members (All, 10 min)

WG mission, vision and actions carried out (WG chair, 15 min)

Discussion on ETP inputs analysis and development of WG views for the identification of NANOfutures key nodes (ALL, 45 min)

Conclusions and future actions

Agenda of the WG Meeting

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Project Details

Project Overview

  • Project Title: NANOfutures: A cross-ETP Coordination Initiative on nanotechnology
  • Project Acronym: NANOfutures
  • Contract No.: NMP4-CA-2010-266789
  • Start Date: 1 October 2010
  • End Date: 30 September 2012
  • Duration: 24 months
  • EC Contribution: 1MEuro
  • Project Partners:
    • D’Appolonia (Project and Administrative Coordinator)
    • NANOfutures Association (Technical Coordinator)
    • Fundacion Prodintec
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Project Details

Project Overview

  • Within NANOfutures Association:
    • MBN Nanomaterialia (MBN)
    • Fraunhofer-IPA (IPA)
    • MicroTEC
    • Centro Ricerche Fiat (CrF)
    • Technische Universitaet Dresden (TUD)
    • Centre for Research and Technology of Hellas (CERTH)
    • Institute of Occupational Medicine (IOM)

They are active as third parties in the project (WG chairs).

  • Voluntary Companies acting as WG chairs:
    • Steptoe and Johnson\'s
    • Bayer
  • Steering Committee: WG chairs + ETP representatives
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Project Aims

Project Overview

The aims of NANOfutures CA within the project duration are:

  • to identify and optimize synergies between European and National Platforms, research programmes, JTI, ERA-NETs and other CSAs and research projects related to nanotechnology, in order to reduce the fragmentation of the European nanotechnology and coordinate future strategies.
  • to identify key strategic nanotechnology nodes addressing issues of cross-sectional and nano-specific relevance for the innovation and rapid uptake of nanotechnologies in order to increase EU competitiveness .
  • to construct and disseminate an integrated Industrial and Research Roadmap for European Nanotechnology, including a medium term detailed implementation plan.
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Project Overview

WG Groups

  • The identification and development of the strategic key nodes will be achieved by means of close interactions between horizontal groups and ETP representatives
  • NANOfutureshorizontal working groups are:
          • RESEARCH / TECHNOLOGY
          • INDUSTRIALIZATION/ nano-MANUFACTURING
          • COMMUNICATION
          • SAFETY RESEARCH
          • INDUSTRIAL SAFETY STRATEGY
          • INDUSTRIAL NANOSAFETY STRATEGY GROUP
          • STANDARDIZATION
          • REGULATION
          • TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER and INNOVATION FINANCING
          • NETWORKING
          • SKILLS AND EDUCATION
project overview
Project Overview

ETP representatives

  • 11 ETPs signed the Memorandum of Understanding, in order to declare their support to NANOfutures. These ETPs are representative of several industrial sectors:
    • Textiles (FTC);
    • Nanomedicine (NANOMEDICINE);
    • Chemistry (SusChem);
    • Construction (ECTP);
    • Nanoelectronics (ENIAC);
    • Nanomanufacturing (MINAM and MANUFUTURE);
    • Transportation (ERTRAC);
    • Advanced engineering materials and technologies ( EUMAT);
    • Photonics (PHOTONICS21);
    • Industrial Safety (ETPIS).
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Links with other EU initiatives

Close collaboration with supporting CSAs and other EU initiatives

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WG Mission, Vision and Activities

Chair: Rob Aitken

Co-Chair: Michael Riediker

Lausanne 16th Feb 2011

First WG Meeting

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This WG aims to improve knowledge concerning the risks / exposure/ toxicology /safety / impact particularly in relation to risks assessment and to contribute to promote safe, sustainable, and socially responsible nanotechnology.

A key element is to define and implement an interface process between academia, industry, policy makers and society to facilitate open exchange (data, methods, knowledge) between the stakeholder groups on these issues. This can provide a trusted (independent) information resource which captures, interprets and disseminates the emerging evidence on nanoparticle risk issues.

The NANOfutures Coordination Action provides a basis for how this can be achieved. Additional development could take many forms including publications, state-of-the-art reports, conferences, evidence appraisal workshops, and definition of actions. At the heart of this is likely to be a web-based resource linked to the NANOfutures website. A key aim (not currently foreseen under the NANOfutures Coordination Action) would therefore be a specification for that information resource, and a plan for its implementation. This should be and be seen to be independent of any of the stakeholder groups.

WG Aims and Strategies

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Chair: Rob Aitken

Co-Chair: Michael Riediker

WG Structure

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The WG will create synergies among ongoing EU activities including the NanoSafetyCluster, the ERANET on safe implementation of innovative Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (SIINN) and the NanoImpactNet network. In the framework of the regulatory research, the WG will closely interact with the regulation and standardisation WGs and will establish contacts with the OECD Working party on Manufactured Nanomaterials (WPNM) and the Working Party on Nanotechnology (WPN).

Foreseen Interactions with stakeholders,CSAs and other initiatives

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Detailed description of the WG Knowledge area of interest, application fields, expected benefits and impact, risks involved, main international actors etc (Contribution to D1.1) DONE

Analysis of recent and ongoing EU projects on safety. Identification of common R&D priorities and synergies (contribution to D1.3 and D1.5), in close interaction with the SAFETY cluster

Contribution towards the identification of nanotechnology key nodes (D2.2): Identification of key areas on needed actions in the field of safety research

Contribution to the identification of nanotechnology key nodes – FOCUS of TODAY

Contribution to the Integrated Industrial and Research Roadmap and related implementation plan with a focus on safety research through revision and development of documents discussions etc (D2.3-D2.4)

Revision of the NANOfutures educational material related to safety research. (Contribution to D3.6)

WG Contributions to NANOfuturesActivities

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Contribution to identification of key nodesMETHODOLOGY

WG Groups

  • The identification and development of the strategic key nodes will be achieved by means of close interactions between horizontal groups and ETP representatives
  • NANOfutureshorizontal working groups are:
          • RESEARCH / TECHNOLOGY
          • INDUSTRIALIZATION/ nano-MANUFACTURING
          • COMMUNICATION
          • SAFETY RESEARCH
          • INDUSTRIAL SAFETY STRATEGY
          • INDUSTRIAL NANOSAFETY STRATEGY GROUP
          • STANDARDIZATION
          • REGULATION
          • TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER and INNOVATION FINANCING
          • NETWORKING
          • SKILLS AND EDUCATION
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Contribution to identification of key nodesMETHODOLOGY

ETP representatives

  • 11 ETPs signed the Memorandum of Understanding, in order to declare their support to NANOfutures. These ETPs are representative of several industrial sectors:
    • Textiles (FTC);
    • Nanomedicine (NANOMEDICINE);
    • Chemistry (SusChem);
    • Construction (ECTP);
    • Nanoelectronics (ENIAC);
    • Nanomanufacturing (MINAM and MANUFUTURE);
    • Transportation (ERTRAC);
    • Advanced engineering materials and technologies ( EUMAT);
    • Photonics (PHOTONICS21);
    • Industrial Safety (ETPIS).
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METHODOLOGY

KEY NODES:

Nanotechnology nodes related to several sectors and different horizontal issues.

ETP needs (e.g. SUSCHEM , MANUFUTURE, PHOTONICS 21, EUMAT, FTC, MINAM etc. )

Horizontal Working Groups(e.g. NANOSAFETY, STANDARDISATION, REGULATION etc.)

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Collection of ETP needs

Cross matching analysis from horizontal WG

Clustering and preliminary matrix of nodes

Discussion in WG meetings

Consolidated Matrix of nodes

Discussion and Approval by Steering Committee

Final Matrix of key nodes available April 2011

Inventive sessions on key nodes (late May-November 2011)

NANOfutures Roadmap (First Release: March 2012)

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ETP feedback…

19 October 2010

Kick-Off Meeting

NANOfutures CSA

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Short term

ETP sectorial Needs

Example from

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TARGET TIME

Great Interest on fast growth of nanotechnologies

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From ETP sectorial Needs…

  • Most of the ETP identified needs are potentially important for many sectors.
  • Each ETP will be asked to rank the clustered list from the most to the least important need.
  • Such common elements will be highlighted by DAPP, leading to a clustered list of ETP needs.
  • Results in D2.2

…to WG consideration

  • WG should then take in account in their key nodes identification and analysis based on ETP needs from different sectors.
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WG Research and Technology

Key Node

Key

WG Industrial Safety

Possible Examples

WG Industrialization

nano-manufacturing

PRODUCTION

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ETPs have been clustered into the following groups:

First level cluster

ETP need clustering

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ETP need clustering

ETPs have been clustered into the following groups:

Second level cluster

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Proposal of WG database

WG view on ETP needs

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Discussion on proposed actions/instruments to address ETP needs:

a. Develop awareness among the ETPs and the participating organizations along the value chain for the importance of a safety strategy relevant to the commercial deployment of nanomaterials

b. develop resources and capability through training and information transfer to ensure that there are people and facilities available to do the work

c. Gather/disseminate existing information on safety and safety strategy for nanomaterials and share with ETPs and other organisations

d. Carry out and disseminate research to ensure that the safety strategy framework is based on suitable scientific/technical knowledge to avoid perception based regulation which could impede innovation without further improvement of safety

e. Develop a sector- and value-chain specific/ differentiated safety strategy framework (as opposed to overarching)

f. Ensure global harmonization of testing and assessment procedures

WG view on ETP needs

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Collection of feedback on WG database from WG participants to WG Chair – deadline 20 February 2011

Analysis by WG chair/co-chair: reporting to Nf chair and coordinator (Matteazzi/Cioffi)- 25 February 2011

Clustering of inputs and Key node matrix – Technical meeting with only WG chairs/co-chairs, Proposed dates: 15-16 March 2011

Finalized key node matrix, final list of key node candidates – 25 March 2011

Discussion and Approval of the final key nodes by the Steering Committee (ETP representatives + WG chairs)- Proposed dates for the meeting: 12, 14, 15 April 2011

Conclusions and future actions

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