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Development of micro and nano technologies roadmap for 2020. Lambertini Vito. NANO futures European Technology Innovation Platform. Roadmapping Approach. Roadmap Overview. Roadmap for Applications & Products. Roadmap for grand challenges. Conclusion. NANO futures

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NANOfutures

European Technology Innovation Platform

Roadmapping Approach

Roadmap Overview

Roadmap for Applications & Products

Roadmap for grand challenges

Conclusion

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NANOfutures

European Technology Innovation Platform

Roadmapping Approach

Roadmap Overview

Roadmap for Applications & Products

Roadmap for grand challenges

Conclusion

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Roadmapping Approach

NANOfutures - Grand Challenges

  • If effective alignment of private and public efforts over promising areas is guaranteed from short to long term, European Nanotechnology is expected to give an outstanding contribution to major Societal challenges of our time:
  • Health, demographic change and wellbeing;
  • Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research and the bio-economy;
  • Secure, clean and efficient energy;
  • Smart, green and integrated transport;
  • Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials;
  • Inclusive, innovative and secure societies.
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10 Horizontal working groups

Roadmapping Approach

RESEARCH and TECHNOLOGY

NANOfutures– Industrial sectors

INDUSTRIALIZATION

11 ETPs

COMMUNICATION

SAFETY RESEARCH

INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

STANDARDIZATION

REGULATION

Tech.Transfer and Innovation Financing

NETWORKING

SKILLS AND EDUCATION

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NANOfutures

European Technology Innovation Platform

Roadmapping Approach

Roadmap Overview

Roadmap for Applications & Products

Roadmap for grand challenges

Conclusion

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Roadmap Overview

Nano-Micro scale manufacturing

ValueChains

Nano structures and composites

Integration of nano

Functional Fluids

Nano-enabled surfaces

Safety &

Sustainability

Lightweight multifunctional materials and sustainable composites

Infrastructure for Multiscale Modelling and Testing

Cross Sectorial Non-Technological Actions

Alloys Ceramics, Intermetallics

Design, Modelling and Testing

of materials

Structured Surfaces

Nano-enabled surfaces for multi-sectorial applications

Key Nodes

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Roadmap Overview

MARKET DEFINITION

FINAL PRODUCT

TOOLS

MATERIALS

MODELLING

METROLOGY

COMPONENTS

ASSEMBLY

WASTE TREATMENT

ACTION

TRL 7-8

ACTION

ACTION

TRL 5-6

TRL 1-4

NON-TECH ACTIONS

LEGENDA:

NON-TECH ACTIONS

SHORT TERM

NON-TECH ACTIONS to complete the definition of the market

NON-TECH ACTIONS

MEDIUM TERM

LONG TERM

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NON- TECHNOLOGICAL CROSS- CUTTING ACTIONS FOR ALL VALUE CHAINS

  • TARGETS
  • Smart Sustainable Growth
    • effective technology transfer and innovation financing actions, boosting private investment and industrial uptake
    • must address the Grand Challenges of our time
  • Ensure high levels of safety
    • Research into effects on human health and environment, life-cycle assessment, test methods /equipment
    • Further review & effective implementation of standardization and regulation
  • Consolidate Public Trust
    • Dialogue and Education
    • Effective Communication

STANDARDIZATION

ENVIRONMENT

COMMUNICATION & NETWORKING

TECH TRANSFER & INNOVATION FINANCING

SAFETY

EDUCATION

REGULATION

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NON- TECHNOLOGICAL CROSS- CUTTING ACTIONS: DETAILS/1

FINAL PRODUCT

TOOLS

MATERIALS

MODELLING

METROLOGY

COMPONENTS

ASSEMBLY

WASTE TREATMENT

Control potential release during professional and/or consumer use.

Assess and control potential release to workplace air during component manufacturing and assembly

Understand the hazardous nature of the material

Assess and control potential releases to workplace air during manufacturing and life cycle

Control potential worker exposure during recycling & disposal

Adopt safety by design into material selection

SAFETY

Recommend safety advice to professional and/or consumer users

Apply technologies/techniques that maximise the extent to which the material is incorporated into the product in order to i) maximise functionality and ii) minimise releases to the environment

Characterise and control potential release to the environment (mainly water) from the developed processes

Understand fate and behaviour of these materials in the environment

Apply standards/SOPs for safe disposal of these materials

Characterise and control potential release to the environment (air/soil/water) from the developed processes

ENVIRONMENT

Apply standards/SOPs for safe handling of these materials , considering the whole life cycle

STANDARDIZATION

Appropriate level of regulation to address EHS issues whilst supporting innovation

Appropriate level of regulation to address EHS issues whilst supporting innovation

Apply standards/SOPs for safe handling of these materials

REGULATION

Appropriate nomenclature for nano

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NON- TECHNOLOGICAL CROSS- CUTTING ACTIONS: DETAILS/2

FINAL PRODUCT

TOOLS

MATERIALS

MODELLING

METROLOGY

COMPONENTS

ASSEMBLY

WASTE TREATMENT

Communication of knowledge regarding hazardous nature of the material down the supply chain.

More information flow and dialogue between industry and educational experts

Initiate dialogue with the public (with industry, regulators etc. ) about future potential benefits about nanotechnology.

Develop tools to assess societal impacts of nanoproducts.Communication and clustering actions across different sectors and between Academia and Industry, Infrastructure facilities and Society.

Better Regional/National Funding Agencies Coordination

Effective communication to the EU society on the social and economic impact.

To foster more dialogue among policy makers about best practices in nano

COMMUNICATION & NETWORKING

Extra EU trans-national cooperation

& Networking

Actions for the benefit of SMEs

Involvement of investors and Investment readiness programmes for SMEs

Cross-sectorial TT programme

TT from academia to industry.

New business strategies and business models for nano-enabledproducts

TECH TRANSFER & INNOVATION FINANCING

ICT and TT commercializationtools

Support infrastructure for TT service (eco-system of labs and skilled persons)

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Roadmap Overview

VC2 - Nano-enabled surfaces for multi-sectorial applications

Plasma and Vacuum Engineered Surfaces

VC1 - Lightweight multifunctional materials and sustainable composites

Transportation

Packaging

Energy

Wet Engineered Surfaces

Construction and buildings

Textile and sport sector

ICT

VC4

Alloys Ceramics, Intermetallics

VC3 Structured Surfaces

Construction and buildings

VC7 Infrastructure for Multiscale Modelling and Testing

ICT (Nanoelectronics, photonics, sensors)

Transportation

Energy Harvesting & Conversion

Medicine (Bio-sensors, Lab on a Chip, regen. medicine)

Textile and passive funct.

Energy (PV batteries, harvesting)

Complex Adaptive Systems for complete product design

ICT Functional Packaging

Construction and building

VC5 Functional Fluids

Direct manufacturing

VC6 Integration of nano

Transportation

Finished net shaped

ICT (Thermal & Electrical Management)

Consumer Products (Cosmetics & Household Cleaning)

Catalysis and filtration

Semi finished

3D structures for nanoelectronics & photonics

Medicine &Pharma

Cross Sectorial Non-Technological Actions

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VC1c - LIGHTWEIGHT MULTIFUNCTIONAL MATERIALS and SUSTAINABLE COMPOSITES forTRANSPORTATION

FINAL PRODUCT

TOOLS

MATERIALS

MODELLING

METROLOGY

COMPONENTS

ASSEMBLY

WASTE TREATMENT

Integration of novel materials into existing production and assembly lines

Low cost and large scale functionalized composites

LCA and ELV

TRL 7-8

Development of cost effective industrial scale technologies for synthesis and technologies for dispersion/exfoliation (extrusion)

Multilayer materials

Thin glass

Thin glass/

Plastic glazing

Metal foams based panels

Ceramicparts

Metal-foam sandwich panel structures

Ceramic parts

Composites with added functionality

Multilayer materials

Thin glass

Advanced smart multifunctional foams

Monitoring of materials structure, properties and functionalities

Design of multifunctional materials tailored for different needs

TRL 5-6

LEGENDA:

Adaptation/modification of novel technologies for production on industrial scale smart polymer; implementation of these materials into different devices

Development of methods for functionalization during synthesis to reduce production steps and alignment of nano-objects

SHORT TERM

Understanding of relationships morphology/functionality/triggers of multifunctional polymers

Characterization and monitoring of materials structure, properties and functionalities

MEDIUM TERM

TRL 1-4

LONG TERM

  • SAFETY
  • Assess and control potential human exposure during assembly and finishing of products
  • SAFETY
  • Characterise and control potential release of nanoparticles during waste treatment and reprocessing. Understand potential environmental hazards resulting from recycling processes

NON-TECH ACTIONS specific to the value chain

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VC1f - LIGHTWEIGHT MULTIFUNCTIONAL MATERIALS and SUSTAINABLE COMPOSITES forCONSTRUCTION & BUILDING

FINAL PRODUCT

TOOLS

MATERIALS

MODELLING

METROLOGY

COMPONENTS

ASSEMBLY

WASTE TREATMENT

Integration of novel materials into existing production and assembly lines

Low cost and large scale functionalized composites

LCA of the process and integration of wastes in the LCA analysis

TRL 7-8

Composites: development of materials and construction parts

Advanced smart multifunctional foams and multilayer components

Multilayer components

Adaptation of machines and process’ parameters to maintain functionalities

Monitoring of materials structure, properties and functionalities

Multilayer barrier materials

Composites with added functionality

TRL 5-6

Designing of multifunctional materials tailored for different needs

Adaptation/modification of novel technologies for production on industrial scale smart polymer and concrete

Development of methods for functionalization during synthesis to reduce production steps and alignment of nano-objects

LEGENDA:

Characterization and monitoring of mateials structure, properties and functionalities

SHORT TERM

MEDIUM TERM

Materials modelling, thermal simulation and process design

TRL 1-4

LONG TERM

SAFETY

Characterise and control potential release of nanoparticles during waste treatment and reprocessing.

Understand potential environmental hazards resulting from recycling processes

SAFETY

Assess and control potential human exposure during assembly and finishing of products

NON-TECH ACTIONS specific to the value chain

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NANOfutures

European Technology Innovation Platform

Roadmapping Approach

Roadmap Overview

Roadmap for Applications & Products

Roadmap for grand challenges

Conclusion

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PRODUCTS AND APPLICATIONS FOR TRANSPORTATION

Products

  • Long time, low cost fuel cell membranes and batteries; Low friction engines & lubricants; Smart glass surfaces; Lightweight metal or plastic sheet for chassis; efficient tires, wiper blades, seals; sustainable lightings and heating systems; smart sensors and radar systems

Enabling technologies:

nanocomposites, nano-enabledthinglasses, metal-foamssandwitchpanels, ceramicstructures, nanoporousstructures, coatings, structuredsurfaces and functionalfluidstuned for transportation

Involved Value Chains

VC1,VC2,VC3,VC4,VC5,VC6,VC7

Related actions

  • AddressingGrandChallenges:
  • Smart, green and integrated transport;
  • Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials.

ETPs

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PRODUCTS AND APPLICATIONS FOR ENERGY

  • Products
  • Efficient catalysis & carbon capture and storage -CCS (pollution control in fuels, in geothermal etc.)

solid state lighting

(LED, OLED, PLED)

  • Advanced Solar cells (Including organic & hybrid PV)
  • Storage technologies (hybrid batteries, gas, hydrogen). Power electronics for industrial applications and engine management)
    • Target Market Size :
  • - In 2030, at least 30% shares of renewables in gross final energy consumption*
  • -In 2035 renewables, including hydro, produce roughly 15000 terawatthours
  • (TWh) in the world**

Involved Value Chains: VC1, VC2, VC3, VC4, VC6 and VC7

Multifunctional and smart polymer nanocomposites, multilayer structures, porous structures, metal alloy, ceramics, intermetallics, nanostructured surfaces, coatings and paints for energy generation, harversting, storage and distribution/management needs (high barrier properties for energy cell, enhanced gas absorption and trapping, efficient energy transmission, magnetic storage, catalytic structures and coatings, power electronics) .

  • AddressingGrandChallenges:
  • Secure, clean and efficient energy;
  • Smart, green and integrated transport;
  • Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials;

ETPs

*Source: http://ec.europa.eu/energy/energy2020/roadmap/doc/com_2011_8852_en.pdf

**Source: http://www.iea.org/IEAEnergy/Issue2_Renewables.pdf

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Applications & Products

ENERGY

TRANSPORTATION

CONSTRUCTION & BUILDINGS

MEDICINE & PHARMA

ICT

TEXTILE AND SPORT SECTORS

PACKAGING

CONSUMER GOODS

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NANOfutures

European Technology Innovation Platform

Roadmapping Approach

Roadmap Overview

Roadmap for Applications & Products

Roadmap for grand challenges

Conclusion

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FROM SOCIETAL CHALLNGES to PRODUCTS

SocietalChallenges

Applications & Products

Cross KET Valuechains

Technologiocal and non-technactions

  • Health, demographic change and wellbeing;
  • Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research;
  • Clean and efficient energy;
  • Green transport;
  • Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials;
  • Inclusive, innovative and secure societies.

Textile and sport sector

VC1 Lightweight multifunctional mat. and sustainable composites

ICT

Medicine &Pharma

VC2 Nano-enabled surfaces for multi-sectorial applications

Construction and buildings

Transportation

VC3 Structured Surfaces

Energy

Packaging

VC4 - Alloys Ceramics, Intermetallics

Direct manufacturing

VC5 Functional Fluids

Consumer Products (Cosmetics & Household Cleaning)

VC6 Integration of nano

VC7 Infrastructure for Multiscale Modelling and Testing

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FROM SOCIETAL CHALLNGES to PRODUCTS

SocietalChallenges

Applications & Products

Cross KET Valuechains

Technologiocal and non-technactions

Cost effective industrial scale synthesis and dispersion of nano-objects

  • Smart, green and integrated transport;
  • Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials.
  • Transport
  • Building & Construction
  • Energy
  • Packaging
  • VC1 Lightweight materials and sustainable composites for TRANSPORTATION
  • VC2, VC3, VC4, VC5, VC6, VC7 for TRANSPORTATION
  • VC1, VC2, VC3, VC5, VC6, VC7 for CONSTRUCTION
  • VC1, VC2, VC3, VC4, VC6, VC7 for ENERGY

Metal-foam sandwich panel structures

Integration of novel materials into existing production and assembly lines

Multilayer materials

Thin glass

Monitoring of materials structure, properties and functionalities

Functionalization methods during synthesis to reduce production steps

Design of multifunctional materials tailored for different needs

Characterization and monitoring of materials structure, properties and functionalities

Smart polymer on industrial scale; implementation of these materials into different devices

Green and large scale functionalized composites

Understanding of relationships morphology/functionality/triggers of multifunctional polymers

  • Human exposure
  • Characterise and control potential release of nanoparticles during waste treatment and reprocessing.
  • SAFETY

Common NON-TECH ACTIONS to all value chain

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NANOfutures

European Technology Innovation Platform

Roadmapping Approach

Roadmap Overview

Roadmap for Applications & Products

Roadmap for grand challenges

Conclusion

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Conclusion

  • The NANOfutures Integrated Research and Innovation Roadmap has been drafted, focusing on market-driven value chains and including also broad cross-cutting actions.
  • The Roadmap has been circulated for further development (definition of expected budget, finalization of non-tech actions specific to the value chains) among ETPs, Working Groups and Key Node experts.
  • The Final Roadmap will be released at the end of July, but it will be a living document!!