Nanotech mission to Japan for EU SMEs - Call for applications
The mission is organised on the fringes of "nano tech 2019" International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference in Tokyo, Japan (https://www.nanotechexpo.jp/)
Through this mission participants will have the opportunity to:
- Exhibit at the “nano tech - International Nanotechnology Exhibition and Conference”
- Gain knowledge about the Nanotechnology market structure, sector analysis, business policy
- Identify relevant key contacts (decision makers, R&D centres, business partners)
- Establish relationships with potential partners (trade and technology)
- Benefit from face-to-face meetings leading to possible business opportunities
EU managers from EU SMEs or from clusters working in sectors covered by the fair such as:
- Materials: Fullerene, carbon nanotubes, photonics materials, composite materials, high-performance magnetic materials, highly-pure materials, nano coatings, nano inks, nano composite materials, nano particles, biocompatible materials, graphene, cellulose nanofibers
- Evaluation & Measurement: SPM / AFM, ultra-precision measuring instrument, electron microscope (SEM / TEM), high efficiency / high sensitive sensor, molecular imaging, evaluation measurement and designing tool, simulation, molecular design software, piezo stage, near-field optical, micro TAS
- Fabrication Technology: Nano particle mixture/dispersion, next-generation lithography, nanoimprint, laser processing, electron beam/ion beam processing, fusion/bonding technology, etching, priming charge processing, thin film manufacturing technology, ultra-precision surface processing technology, nano transistor technology, precision pattern printing technology, 3D printers
- Areas of Application: Materials, IT & Electronics, Nano Bio, Automobiles, Environment & Energy, Life Sciences, Biomimetics, Robotics, Simulation Software, Wearables, Aerospace, Artificial Intelligence, IoT.
The EU-Japan Centre covers all costs directly related to the mission.
EU SMEs and Clusters may benefit from a €600- grant.
Mission participants must cover their travel costs to/from Japan, accommodation and any other costs not covered directly by the EU-Japan Centre (living expenses).
The mission is funded by the European Commission and managed by the EU-Japan Centre.
For more information visit the given web-page.