Under the title “Materials characterization challenges to support the industry transition in the digital era”, this 1st NanoMECommons workshop aims to proclaim knowledge and share new ideas amongst academic scientists, researchers, engineers and other stakeholders from research area of nanotechnology, modelling, and (nano-)characterization.
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The main purpose of this CEN Workshop Agreement (CWA 17815:2021) is to propose a widely agreed and common basic architecture for materials characterization data (CHADA), which can be used as a building block for the most complex characterization case studies, also comprising interactions with modelling and process workflows. This document gives the foundations for a wider adoption of the CHADA principle by other projects and stakeholders.
The final thematic Conference on Advanced Materials took place on 14 June 2021 as an hybrid event (online and in Berlin) with the main idea to disseminate and discuss the results of the project on advanced materials commissioned by the German Environmental Agency (UBA), and which was financed by the German Ministry of the Environment, Nature Protection and Nuclear Safety (BMU).