Workshop on SAFETY ASPECTS IN PILOT LINES an EPPN-NSC i2L joint session
The workshop will allow bringing together all nano-safety relevant experts from pilot line/production projects, hence, real-life and application-oriented nanosafety and Safe-by-Design expertise. The workshop is aiming at helping pilot projects in order to assess and tackle safety issues throughout harmonization of the approaches and promotion of available tools. To reach that goal, the following topics will be presented:
This interactive session will promote discussion between EPPN and NSC in order to adress the needs from pilot projects with nanosafety expertise. The discussion should also lead to potential future cooperation between projects for the development of cross case studies and to joint dissemination of projects results.
EPPN - European Network For Pilot Production Facilities And Innovation Hubs
NSC i2L – Industrial Innovation Liaison Group of the NanoSafety Cluster
The "Industrial Innovation Liaison (i2L)"working group is part of the NanoSafety Cluster (NSC) as a cross-linking working group. EPPN is a H2020 CSA project which intends to boost the European competitiveness through the exploitation of the existing European pilot line production facilities across Europe. The project objective is to provide a sustainable interactive and dynamic participatory digital market place (match-making tool) allowing pilot lines to become connected with users (technology up-takers, policy makers, investors and other actors) in the ecosystem, along industrial value chains. One major objective is to bridge the existing gap between nanosafety research, research into technology development, and industry, by promoting a two-way communication channel to facilitate the understanding of the real industrial needs (EPPN-side) and promote the industrial implementation of solutions developed by the NSC.
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.