The global nanotechnology market is expected to reach $174bn by 2025 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18%. A high growth market is driven by the ever-increasing demand for device miniaturisation, improved performance, and functionality integration whilst clean technologies and innovations are gaining more and more traction from governments and industries.
KTN invites nanotechnology developers and users to HiPerNano 2018 – a series of discussions, debates, and presentations covering areas where nanotechnology can play a key role in clean growth. Topics include resource efficiency, environmentally friendly nanomaterials, clean mobility, and energy.
This is a unique opportunity to hear new developments in nanotechnology and nanomaterials and to network with researchers and industry. You also have the chance to showcase your research and your company’s new developments. You will hear more about the multi-billion pound Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund and other industrial R&D funding opportunities.
We are calling abstracts from researchers to present at this event. Submit your abstract here by 11th May.
- Tatiana Correia, KTN
- Ravi Daswani, Crystalusion Ltd
- Rob Dorey, Surrey University
- Mark Cichuta, Tata Steel
- Claus Marquordt, RD Graphene Ltd
- Steve Dunn, Hertfordshire University
- Zlatka Stoeva, DZP Ltd
- Ben Walsh, Innovate UK
- Alvin Orbaek White, Swansea University
The event is being held at Kings Place, near London’s Kings Cross on Wednesday 27th June. Early bird tickets are available at a reduced price of £70 (until 12th June 2018) and thereafter the full price ticket is £90. There are a limited number of exhibition spaces available which can be purchased for £150 which includes small table plus one delegate ticket.
If you’re a researcher, businesses or end user of nanotechnology, then book now and don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn about nanotechnology applications and network and collaborate with industry peers.