Nano4EnergyPosted on Friday, May 27th, 2011 in Event, News, Polymer conferences| Share this article
Nano4Energy 2011 is the Nanotechnology KTN’s highly successful annual showcase of new developments in nano-enabled energy. This year’s meeting will be held at Leeds University on 28 June.
Nano4Energy 2011, sponsored by Nanofactory, aims to raise awareness of materials challenges in renewable energy, explore technology developments in nano-enabled energy, and stimulate networking between technology providers, end-users and investors.
- Technology providers seeking business opportunities
- End users seeking technologies
- Investors and professional services seeking updates and new contacts.
There will be a poster session running throughout the day. If you would like to promote your research, an abstract should be sent to Sean Kelly at Leeds University. If your application is successful, you will need to register as a delegate at the discounted price of £35 +VAT.
NanoKTN will be operating a partnering service at the event during the lunch break. Delegates can submit a brief overview of their technology offering and their technology/partnering requirements which will be published on the event website, and also circulated to all registered delegates 2 weeks prior to the event, to enable you to easily identify potential partnership opportunities and pre-book up to 5 meetings. Register by 10th June 2011 to be involved.
Registration and more information
Details are available in the downloadable flyer below. Nanofactory sponsorship enables delegates from Yorkshire & Humberside SMEs to attend for free; please contact Sean Kelly at Leeds to register on this basis.
Nano4Energy flyer (PDF, 154 kB)