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The governmental action plan for nanotechnology in germany minapim 2008 manaus

The governmental Action Plan for Nanotechnology in Germany

Minapim 2008, Manaus

Dr. Gerd Bachmann

VDI Technologiezentrum GmbH

Funding Agency, commissioned by the BMBF

Düsseldorf, Germany


Presentation is part of the Internationalization Strategy

Four main pillars

3. Strengthening the cooperation with developing countries in education, research and development

1. Systematically increasing the cooperation with the best researchers worldwide

4. Taking international responsibility to master global challenges

2. Opening up international innovation potentials

Accompanying measures

Presence abroad and international monitoring of R&D

Promoting Germany as location for higher education, research and innovation

In accordance with the European strategy

Country and regional strategies

Strategic monitoring and revision


General approach the german high tech strategy
General Approach: The German High-Tech-Strategy

Germany's High-Tech-Strategy: an answer to future challenges

  • Implement a coordinated and focused innovation policy

  • Use Germany's potential for future lead markets

  • Global competition is an opportunity

  • Make Germany a talent lab

  • Knowledge and responsibility go hand in hand


The german high tech strategy
The German High-Tech Strategy

The specific innovation strategies (3 segments;17 areas)

Innovation

for healthy

and safe living

Innovation

for a communicative

and mobile life

Innovation

through

generic technologies

Biotechnology

Microsystems technology

Optical technologies

New materials

Production technologies

Nanotechnologies

Information/communication technologies

Transportation technologies

Aircraft technologies

Space technologies

Maritime technologies

Safety / security research

Health research

Medical technology

Plants

Energy technologies

Environment technologies


Nano initiative action plan 2010
Nano-Initiative – Action Plan 2010

  • Part of the High-Tech-Strategy

  • Started November 2006

  • Joint initiative of 8 ministries

  • Details at www.bmbf.de/en/nanotechnologie



Nano-Initiative – Action Plan 2010

  • Basic Elements:

  • Rapid transfer of nanotechnological research results into innovations;Utilization of Nanotechnology for the most important industrial sectors

  • Elimination of innovation barriers and improvement of frameworkconditions by a joint approach of all involved ministries

  • Evaluation of effects of nanomaterials on health and environment

  • Communication with the public about chances and risks of Nanotechnology

  • Identifying future research needs



Opening up future markets

Leading Edge Innovations / Innovation Alliances

  • are orientated towards added-value chains with high economic potential

  • help to create new jobs and to strengthen the innovative potential of industry (esp. SME)

  • support strong markets / address new markets

  • extraordinary investments in R&D by the industry

  • take into account social demands


Goals

Development of a powerful, high-capacity lithium ion-

battery for mobile and stationary applications

Mobile field: Batteries for electric cars

Stationary field: Storage of renewably generated energy

Challenges

new generation of battery, no up-scaling

new concepts for materials, construction and systemintegration necessary

Strategy

multidisciplinary cluster projects (guided by industry and

research institutions); support of young excellent scientists

co-ordination with other complementing activities

Example: Innovation Alliance Lithium-Ion Battery(just starting)


National infrastructures - Competence centers

  • Active since 1998

  • Formation of a network infrastructure

  • Contact partner of the BMBF

  • Public relation

  • Education and qualification

  • Cooperation in innovation

    processes

  • Support for start-ups and spin-offs

    Future aim

  • Intensifying the cooperation

    between networks

Nanotechnology in Hamburg

Nanostructures in Optoelectronics

Ultraprecise surface treatment

Nanoanalytics

Ultrathin functional layers

Nanobiotechnology

Nanomaterials

Chemical Nanotechnology

 AGeNT-D

Excellence network

Nanobiotechnology


Survey of „nano players“ in Germany

www.nano-map.de

about 1200 entries

Example

Institution DetailCompetence Center UPOBAddress:Bundesallee 10038116 BraunschweigGermanyWebsite: http://www.upob.de/Contact:Dr. Uwe Brand Phone:++49- 531 - 592 5111Fax:++49 - 531 - 592 5015E-Mail:[email protected]:UPOB is one of the nine competence center funded by the german research ministry. UPOB is a network of users, developers and researchers on the field of ultra-precision surface engineering.



Nano Initiative AP 2010: Improving general conditions

Survey on

university courses

in nanotechnology

young scientists

competition

nanoreisen - A virtual discovery

journey into worlds of the micro-

and nano-cosmos


Ego-Trip

Bit-Land

Bright-Spot

Nano Initiative AP 2010: Informing the public

Public debate

Exhibitions

Internet based explorations

Brochures


Nano Initiative AP 2010: Identifying future research needs

Consumer products

Optical components

Energy

R&D for tomorrows product portfolio

Communication

Medicine

Environment


Bmbf bmwi bmvg and institutional investment in nanotechnological r d in germany
BMBF, BMWi, BMVg and institutional Investment in Nanotechnological R&D in Germany


More information on:

www.research-in-germany.de/nano

www.bmbf.de/en/nanotechnologie



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