On the occasion of the NanoCommons final conference, the whole nanosafety community came together for the NanoWeek 2022, which took place in Limassol, Cyprus from 20-24 June 2022. Led by the NanoCommons project, NanoPAT and other 17 other currently running nanosafety projects joined forces and supported organizing the event.
The 10th edition of the PhD Students Workshop on Polymer Reaction Engineering took place on 20th-22nd April 2022 in San Sebastian, Spain.
On April 22nd 2022 took place, in Graz (Austria), the 20th NanoNET Austria Meeting & 1st NanoSyn3 Joint Meeting as hybrid edition. The event focused on standardization and characterization of nanoparticles and nanostructures in different media.
The latest episode (#08) of the Listen.UP podcast of Potsdam University portrayed innoFSPEC group leader Dr Marvin Münzberg as well as innoFSPEC as a research center. Under the title “What’s actually happening?” (in German, “Was passiert da eigentlich?”), the episode stresses innoFSPEC’s important role in the knowledge transfer between university and industrial partners, particularly in the field of process analytical technologies (PAT); and thereby arising career options such as dual career systems . Dr Münzberg explains further how PDW spectroscopy, as a PAT that was uniquely developed at innoFSPEC, can be used for diverse industrial applications, from cheese production to algae cultivation.
On February 17th, 2022 the entire consortium, under the leadership of the Communication, Dissemination and Exploitation leaders (BNN and TEMASOL), met virtually for an internal Stakeholder Engagement and Exploitation Workshop.
On 13th January 2022, NanoPAT’s Consortium had the chance to present our Project Officer Yanaris Ortega Garcia and our external expert John Parthenios, the progress on the developments within the project, the achievements during the first reporting period, as well as our upcoming plans!