BHR Group, internationally recognised global consultants in innovative fluid engineering and technology conference specialists, proudly announces this year´s nanomaterials conference, International Conference on Industrial Processes for Nanomaterials, NanoEx 2013.
From November 20th for two days, BHR Group will bring together global nanotechnology experts, academics, and industrial consumers of nanotechnology to discuss industrial processes for nano materials/(particles). NanoEx 2013 is being held at Fitzwilliam College, at the University of Cambridge, widely recognised as being one of the leading Universities of the world and a key UK hub for nanotechnology research and dissemination.
NanoEx 2013 will focus on processes and products for the automotive, aerospace and chemical industries, notably:
- New products and processes
- Industrial applications and current needs
- Manufacturing techniques
- Scale up and characterisation
- Product formulation
- Instrumentation and analytical techniques for process monitoring and product characterisation
- Process safety & safe handling of new materials
- Process modelling
Members of the academic community and individuals from corporate R&D are invited to present their latest developments in research and technology. The Conference will benefit anyone engaged in developing new processes, products and techniques or seeking to translate or apply nanotechnology in the above industrial sectors. The conference organisers aim to achieve a balanced level of participation from both industry and academia with contributions from both industrial applications and related cutting edge academic and industrial research.
As well as the presentation of papers, NanoEx 2013 will have a Trade Show for delegates, interactive workshops and a formal dinner, plus ample networking opportunities.
Additionally NanoEx 2013 is being promoted on the Technology Strategy Board´s Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network website as well as the Cambridge NanoForum, the University Strategic Network on Nanotechnology.