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Oral presentations
  • Welcome
  • Opening
  • Session 1
  • Session 2
  • Session 3
  • Session 4
  • Session 5
  • Session 6&7
  • Session 8
  • Session 9
  • Session 10
  • Session 11
  • Session 12
  • Panel discussions

  •  Welcome

    Welcome by the Organizing Committee


    Code, Standards and Regulations in preparation at World-wide level
    Françoise Roure (French Ministry of Finance, Economy and Industry, France)
    Regulation, risk and the global nanotechnology workplace.
    Cassandra Engeman (UCSB, USA)
    Are specific regulations for nanomaterials efficient?
    Daniel Bernard (Arkema, France)
    Innovation Governance: Challenges in the field of Nanotechnologies
    Antje Grobe (University of Stuttgart, Germany / University of St. Gallen, Switzerland)

     Session 1

    Engineered nanomaterials: from source to dose and the role of measurement devices and measurement strategies
    Derck Brouwer (TNO Quality of life, The Netherlands)
    Observatory of nanoaerosol release from electronic household products
    Gwi-Nam Bae (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea)
    Exposure to aerosols associated with cleanout operations of a reactor producing nanocomposite thin films embedded with silver nanoparticles
    Olivier Witschger (INRS, France)
    A modular tool for analyzing cascade impactors data to improve exposure assessment to airborne nanomaterials
    Sébastien Bau (INRS, France)
    Exploratory study on two statistical methods to analyse time resolved data obtained during nanomaterial exposure measurements
    Frédéric Clerc (INRS, France)
    Assessment of nanoparticle agglomeration energy via rheological routes: a key parameter for control banding exposure assessment
    François Henry (INERIS, France)
    Approach to the exposure assessment of MWCNT by considering size distribution and oxidation temperature of elemental carbon
    Mariko Ono-Ogasawara (Japan national institute of occupational safety and health, Japan)
    Is exhaled breath condensate representative of deep lung and suitable for exposure assessment to nanoparticles?
    Muriel Dubosson (CEA, France)
    Pro et con analysis of occupational exposure assessment tools and concepts for nanomaterials
    Biase Liguori (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
    Urban air pollution of Ostrava region by nanoparticles
    Zdenka Kalicáková (VŠB–Technical University of Ostrava, Institute of Public Health Ostrava, Czech Republic)
    Nanoproduct simplified direct exposure assessment toolkit
    Yves Sicard (CEA, France)

     Session 2

    Detection and Identification: Instrumentation and Calibration for Air/Liquid/Surface-borne Engineered Nanoparticles.
    David Y.H. Pui (Laboratory University of Minnesota, U.S.A)
    Towards the efficient and versatile syntheses of nanomaterials for nanosafety investigation.
    S. de Sousa Nobre (CEA, France)
    Metal impurities provide useful tracers for identifying exposures to airborne single-walled carbon nanotube particles released from work-related processes.
    Pat E. Rasmussen (Health Canada, Canada)
    Generation and characterization of dry nanopowders and carbon nanotubes using a shaker-atomizer type disperser.
    C-J. Tsai (Institute of Occupational Safety and Health,Taiwan)
    Study of Nanoparticles localization in organs and tissues of rats after intraperitoneal and intragastrical administration.
    Boris B. Dzantiev (A.N. Bach Institute of Biochemisty, Russia)
    Risk Assessment of Released cellulose nanocrystals–mimicking inhalatory exposure.
    Carola Endes (Adolphe Merkle Institute/University of Fribourg, Switzerland)
    Colloidaly stable, polymer encapsulated quantum dots for biological applications.
    Isaac Ojea-Jimenez (Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology, Spain)
    Membrane model as a new methodology for nanotoxicology Investigation.
    Juliana Cancino (University of Săo Paulo, Brazil)
    Engineered nanomaterial quantification in complex matrices: PIXE case studies
    Omar Lozano (Research Centre for the Physics of Matter and Radiation, France)
    Measuring particle size distributions of nanoparticles in aqueous media using FFF and LIBD
    Nataliya Fedotova (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
    Lab-on a chip µTAS (Micro Total Analysis Systems) for the High-throughput Measurement of Nanomaterial Solubility.
    Ratna Tantra (National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom)
    Species selective pre-concentration and quantification of Ag, Au and Pd nanoparticles using cloud point extraction and graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry.
    Georg Hartmann (Technische Universität München, Germany)
    Quantitative Analysis of Engineered Nanoparticles in Food and Environment
    Frank Von der Kammer (Univ. of Vienna, Austria)
    Detection of nanoparticle heavy metal Pollutants in water by laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS)
    Cheikh-Benoit Faye (INERIS, France)
    Strategies for radiolabelling of carbon nanoparticles
    Stefan Schymura (HZDR, Institute of Resource Ecology, Germany)

     Session 3

    Concepts of safety assessment of engineered nanomaterials (ENM)
    Günter Oberdörster (University of Rochester, U.S.A.)
    How do oxide nanomaterial dispersions evolve in an in vitro assessment?
    Omar Lozano (Research Centre for the Physics of Matter and Radiation, Belgium)
    Interaction of fibrinogen and albumin with titanium dioxyde nanoparticles of different crystalline phases
    Arianna Marucco (University of Torino Dip, Italy)
    An effective photothermal therapy against cancer cells and deep tissue imaging with targeted NIR QD
    Ravindran Girija Aswathy (Bio Nano Electronics Research Center, Japan)
    Safety of nanovectors: Cytotoxicity assessment of New self-emulsifying multiple w/o/w nanoemulsions
    Estelle Sigward (INSERM, France)
    Surface ligand dependent fate and toxicity of ZnO np in HEPG2 cells
    Dorota Bartczak (LGC,UK)
    ECSIN’s methodological approach for hazard evaluation of engineered nanomaterials
    Lisa Bregoli (ECSIN, ITALY)
    Degraded nanocomposites: a combined physico-chemical and toxicogenomics approach in caco-2 cells
    Odette Prat (CEA, France)
    Assessment of different methods studying the impact of carbon nanomaterials on platelet function
    Julie Laloy (University of Namur, Belgium)
    Iron oxide nanoparticles show no toxicity in terms of comete assay in lymphocytes: a promising vehicle for nitric oxide releasing nanocarrier in biomedical applications
    Amedea B. Seabra (Universidade de Sorocaba, Brazil)
    Development of a dose-controlled multiculture cell exposure chamber for efficient delivery of airborne and engineered nanoparticles.
    Akrivi Asimakopoulou (Aerosol and Particle Technology Laboratory, CPERI/CERTH, Greece)
    In vitro, ex vivo and in vivo translocation of titanium dioxide nanoparticles through the gastrointestinal barrier, toxicological consequences
    Emilie Brun, Nathalie Herlin-Boime, G. Veronesi, B. Fayard, A-M. Flank, M. Carričre (CEA-CNRS, France)
    Variation in silver nanoparticles toxicity in the presence of phenolic compounds
    Alina Martirosyan (Institute of Life Sciences, Belgium)
    Development of a PBPK model for ionic and nanoparticulate silver
    Gerald Bachler (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
    Predictive tests to evaluate oxidative potential of engineered nanomaterials.
    Mara Ghiazza (University of Torino, Italy)
    Comparison of Toxicity of Uncoated and Coated Silver Nanoparticles
    Kathy C Nguyen (Health Canada, Canada)
    Using a PBPK model to study the influence of different characteristics of nanoparticles on their biodistribution
    Dingsheng Li (School of Public Health, University of Michigan,U.S.A)
    Tissue Distribution and clearance of Titanium Dioxide nanoparticles after intravenous administration and Intratracheal instillation
    Naohide Shinohara (AIST, Japan)
    Dynamic co-culture model resembling the alveolo-capillary barrier to study toxicity and translocation of nanoparticles
    Katrien Luyts (K.U.Leuven, Belgium)
    Communicating Nanotoxicology: three Evaluations using in vitro
    central nerve models
    Fumihide Kanaya (National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Japan)
    Specific uptakes and damages induced by polystyrene nanobeads according to surface chemistry
    Vincent Paget (INERIS, France)
    Application of in vitro BBB model to measure permeability of nanoparticles
    Sanshiro Hanada (National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Japan)
    3D model of air-blood barrier for the study of nanoparticles translocation
    Samir Dekali (INERIS/ C-TAC, France)
    Assessment of cytotoxicity, intracellular uptake and intestinal absorption of amorphous silica nanoparticles in the Caco-2 in vitro human intestinal barrier model
    Agnieszka Kinsner-Ovaskainen (JRC, Italy)
    Infuence of the length of imogolite-like nanotubes on their cytotoxicity and genotoxicity towards human dermal cells
    Wei Liu (CEREGE–CNRS, France)
    Effect of Different surface charge based superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPION) on Biodistribution in Rat and Ex vivo Protein fishing
    Usawadee Sakulkhu (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
    An Impedance-based High-throughput Method for Evaluating the Cytotoxicity of Nanoparticles
    Mihaela Roxana Cimpan (IKO, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, Norway)
    ROS evaluation for a series of CNTs and their derivatives using ESR method with DMPO
    Shuji Tsuruoka (Shinshu University, Japan)
    Determination of endotoxin concentration by different test methods: influence of sample preparation and particle interference on test reliability
    Stijn. Smulders (K.U.Leuven, Belgium)
    Violacein/poly-? -caprolactone/chitosan nanoparticles against bovine mastistis: antibacterial and ecotoxicity evaluation
    Gisela A. Umbuzeiro (UNICAMP, Brazil)
    Evaluation of multi walled carbon nanotubes eco(geno)toxicity using the amphibian larvae of xenopus laevis
    Laury Gauthier (CNRS, NAUTILE, France)
    Molecular interference between titanium from NP-TiO2 nanoparticles and iron homeostasis in E. coli
    Caroline Fauquant (CEA-CNRS, France)
    Fullerene nanoparticles C60 and C60(OH)18-22: Assessment of biological activity using bacterial cells and rat liver mitochondria as model systems
    Sandra M. Santos (University of Coimbra, Portugal)
    The use of differentiated human respiratory epithelial cells in inhalation toxicology of nanomaterials
    Frieke Kuper (TNO Quality and Safety, The Netherlands)

     Session 4

    Environmental Interactions.
    Jérôme Rose, M (CEREGE, France)
    Effect of TiO2 nanoparticles on larval development of swallowtail within a food chain
    Miyoko Kubo-Irie (Tokyo University of Sciences, Japan)
    Role of water temperature in the fate, transport, bioavailability of engineered nanoparticles in aquatic environments
    Seyed Mohammad Majedi (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
    MWCNT accumulation during hydroponic exposure of wheat and rapeseed: quantification and distribution
    Camille Larue (CEA-CNRS, France)

    Benthic Food Chain studies with TiO2 nanoparticles.
    Carl W. Isaacson (EAWAG, Switzerland)
    Aged TiO2-based nanomaterial used in sunscreens: implications on ESCHERICHIA COLI sensitization to toxic metal
    Catherine Santaella (CNRS-CEA, France)
    Characterizing nanoparticles reactivity: structure-Photocatalytic activity relationship
    Jordi Piella (ICN, Spain)
    TiO2 nanoparticles in cosmetic sunscreen: effect of aging on physico-chemical and cytotoxic properties of both plain formulation and extracted nanoparticles
    Manon Rossano (URCOM, CNRS, France)
    Assessment of Environmental Exposure to Nanomaterials through mesocosms experiments
    Mélanie Auffan (CEREGE-CNRS, France)
    Biotransformation of Carbon Nanotubes and Fullerenes by Horseradish Peroxidase.
    Deborah Xanat Flores-Cervantes (EAWAG, Switzerland)
    Cobalt, titanium dioxide and nanosilver nanoparticles cause skeletal damages in sea urchins at pluteus stage
    C. Gambardella (University of Genoa, Italy)
    Comparison of effects on crustaceans: carbon nanoparticles and molybdenum nanowires
    Anda Baumerte (University of Latvia, Slovenia)
    Concerns over aluminum oxide nanoparticle based applications: an ecologically inspired study using environmentally relevant isolates and medium
    Sunandan Pakrashi (VIT University, India)
    The role of silver and vanadium to the ecotoxicity of silver vanadate nanowires decorated with silver nanoparticles
    Gisela de Aragăo Umbuzeiro (State University of Campinas, Brazil)

     Session 5

    Quantitative Studies of Photo-induced Surface Accumulation and Release of Nanoparticles in Polymer Nanocomposites
    Tinh Nguyen (NIST, USA)
    Scenarios and methods that induce protruding or released CNT’s after degradation of composite materials
    Wendel Wohlleben (BASF SE, Germany)
    Monitoring migration and transformation of nanomaterials in polymeric composites during climatic aging
    Gemma Vilar (LEITAT Technological Center, SPAIN)
    Release of nanoparticles from textiles during washing
    Bernd Nowack (EMPA, Switzerland)
    Release of CeO2 nanoparticles upon aging of acrylic wood coating Lorette Scifo (Tecnalia,France)
    Nanomaterial release from nanocomposites during reworking process
    Virginia Gómez (INA, Spain)
    Nanoparticle release from Nanocomposites due to mechanical treatment at two stages of the life-cycle
    Daniel Göhler (Institute of Process Engineering and environmental Technology, Germany)
    On character of coarse, fine and ultrafine particles in automotive brake wear debris
    Jana Kukutschová (Nanotechnology Centre at VŠB, Czech Republic)
    Abrasion tests on MWCNT composites: influence of CNT dispersion state and filler/matrix interface
    Maxime Pras (UMR CNRS, France)
    Generation of aerosols during the mechanical solicitation of materials: development of an experimental set-up and applications
    Christophe Bressot (INERIS, France)
    On nanoparticles release from polymer nanocomposites for applications in lightweight automotive components
    James Njuguna (Centre for Automotive Technology, Cranfield University, UK)
    Abrasion behavior of an epoxy-based nanocomposite with raw- and functionalized carbon nanotubes
    Lukas Schlagenhauf (Swiss Federal Institute for Materials Testing and Research, Switzerland)
    Nanomaterial dustiness - a comparison between three methods
    Keld Alstrup Jensen (National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Denmark)
    NanoRelease – Developing Methods to Measure Release of Nanomaterials from Solid Consumer Products
    Lie Chen (Health Canada, Canada)
    Characterization and quantification of nanoparticle release from commercial available spray products containing engineered nanoparticles
    Sabrina Losert (EMPA, Switzerland)

    Behavior of nanoparticles during high temperature treatment (incineration type)
    Samir Derrough (CEA, France)
    Fate of CNT-epoxy composite during incineration
    Ulrika Backman (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland)
    Release of TiO2 nanoparticles from cement during their life cycle: step of use
    Nathan Bossa (INERIS, iCEINT, France).
    Exploring release and recovery of nanoparticles from polymer nanocomposites using commercial polyamide-based nanocomposites as a model
    Martí Busquets-Fité (ICN, Spain)

     Session 6&7

    Developments in nano protection
    Luana Golanski (CEA, France)
    Towards large scale aligned carbon nanotube composites: an industrial safe-by-design and sustainable approach
    Pascal Boulanger (CEA, France)
    Detection and identification of airborne multi-walled carbon nanotubes in arc discharge production
    Christina Isaxon (Lund University,Sweden)
    Plasma polymerized coating as a protective layer of carbon nanotubes grafted on carbon fibers
    Antinéa Einig (Ecole Centrale Paris, France)
    Silica-coating as protective shell for the risk management of nanoparticles
    Davide Gardini (CNR-ISTEC,Italy)
    Pilot-scale platform for nanopowder synthesis by laser/plasma hybrid processes
    Yann Leconte (CEA, France)
    In situ synthesis of anti-bacterial nanocomposite coatings by nanosafe-by-design sputtering process
    Alain Billard (DEPHIS SARL, France)
    Secure Process through functionnalisation: elaboration of organic composites reinforced with aligned carbon nanotubes grown on carbon fibers
    Stéphanie Patel (CEA, France)
    Criteria and guiding principles for the precautionary design and for improved recyclability of engineered nanomaterials
    Michael Steinfeldt (University of Bremen, Germany)
    From Safe Nanomanufacturing to Nanosafe-by-Design processes
    Frédéric Schuster, F. Lomello (CEA, France)
    Experimental and numerical comparative study of the containment of airborne nanoparticles and gas released inside a safety cabinet
    E. Belut (INRS, France)

     Session 8

    Life cycle considerations for assessing environmental risks of nanomaterials
    Bernd Nowack (EMPA ,Switzerland)
    Incineration of nanowastes: The implications from a life cycle perspective
    Tobias Walser (Institute of Environmental Engineering, Switzerland)
    Preliminary evaluation of risks related to waste incineration of polymer nanocomposites
    Lex Roes (Utrecht University,The Netherlands)
    Safe and environmentally-friendly management and final elimination of wastes harbouring nano-objects, or likely to release nanoparticles
    Thierry Meunier (Groupe Séché Environnement, France)
    Investigation of the life cycle of nanoparticles by means of [44,45Ti]TiO2 and [110mAg]Ag0 – Research Project nanoTrack
    Heike Hildebrand (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden, Germany)
    LCA case studies of nanotechnology-based applications in the project NanoSustain
    Michael Steinfeldt (University of Bremen, Germany)
    Life cycle assessment of a self-cleaning coating based on nano TiO2-polyurea resin applied on aluminum panel
    Martina Pini ( EN & TECH - Italy)
    Impact assessment of nano activated polymeric membranes
    Stefano Zuin (Venice Research Consortium, Italy)

     Session 9

    Nanotechnology and the narratives of responsibility
    Alexei Grinbaum (CEA, France)
    The social context of nanotechnology and Regulating its uncertainty: a nanotechnologist approach
    Vincent Jamier (Centre for NanoBioSafety and Sustainability, Spain)
    The Nano@School project: a new pedagogical initiative to increase the awareness of nanosciences and nanotechnologies in the classrooms
    Francine Papillon (CEA Grenoble, France)
    Latest research results on the effects of nanomaterials on humans and the environment: DaNa - Knowledge Base Nanomaterials
    Clarissa Marquardt (KIT,Germany)

     Session 10

    Optical instrumentations for Nanosafety
    Nathalie Vollmer (HORIBA Scientific, France)
    Detecting & characterizing nanomaterials in complex matrices & airborne
    Byron J. Cheatham (CytoViva, USA)
    High Resolution Portable Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer Designed for best practice nano exposure measurements
    Brian Steer (Naneum Ltd., UK)
    Magellan: innovative detection, traceability and characterization of Nanoparticles traces in liquid media
    Stéphane Aďt Oumeghar (Cordouan Technologies, France)
    NanoScan SMPS - A Novel, Portable Nanoparticle Sizing and counting Instrument
    Torsten Tritscher (TSI GmbH, Germany)

     Session 11

    Risk management for OHS experts
    Paul A. Schulte (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, USA)
    Horizon-scanning and Identification of emerging risks among nanotech-companies
    Steffen Foss Hansen (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark)
    Risk assessment of nanomaterials and nanoproducts – adaptation of traditional approaches
    Jutta Jahnel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany)
    HB based risk assessment method for powders and nanomaterials
    Malcom Staves, Laurent Gridelet (SOPROREAL, France)
    French approach for characterizing potential emissions and exposure to aerosols released from nanomaterials in workplace operations
    Catherine Durand (CEA, France)

    Concerns related to Safety Management of Engineered Nanomaterials
    Amela Groso, T. Meyer (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)
    Design of a prevention approach: from representations to action, the case of nanomaterials
    Catherine L’Allain (Laboratoire PACTE, Université de Grenoble, INPG, France)
    From nanomaterials risk perception to risk management: last literature survey lessons
    Eric Drais (INRS, France)
    French registry of workers handling engineered nanomaterials as an Instrument of integrated system for surveillance and research
    Irina Guseva Canu (French Institute for Public Health Surveillance, France)

     Session 12

    Regulatory aspects of nanomaterials in REACH
    Maila Puolamaa (DG Enterprise and Industry, European Commission, Brussel)
    Legal issues of the environmental safety regulation in the sphere of nanotechnology in Russian federation
    Ekaterina Belokrylova (Udmurt State University, Russia)
    Regulation and safety implementation of nanotechnology for chemical enterprises in the Central Europe space
    Andreas Falk (BioNanoNet Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, Austria)
    Defining occupational and consumer exposure limits for nanomaterials -
    first experiences from REACH registrations
    Karin Aschberger (European commission-JRC, Italy)
    Development of an integrative program of Nanosafety: Promote the Coordination Between Industries and Risk Assessor
    Claude Emond (BioSimulation Consulting Inc, U.S.A, University of Montreal, Canada)
    AIR project: Establishing a process and a platform to support standardization for nanotechnologies
    Olivier Salvi (EU-VRi, Germany)
    Current International Standardization in particle characterization and release testing
    Michael Stintz (Institute of Process Engineering and Environmental Technology, Germany)
    Managing Operation Procedures in collaborative projects
    Marie-Gabrielle Ollivier Beuzelin (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)

     Panel discussions

    Panel discussion on Governance. Introduction to the Public Debate issue and French Return on Experience.
    Françoise Roure (French Department of finance, economy and Industry, France),
    Governing innovation-led growth: a multistakeholders affairs. Elvio Mantovani- AIRI/ Nantotec IT
    Nanosafety and the public
    Alexei Grinbaum (CEA, France), Aida Ponce Del Castillo (ETU, BrusseI),Yves Samson (CEA, France), Alain Lombard (VivAgora, France)
    Ethics and Societal issues: the opinion of the Civil Society. Yves Samson (CEA, France)
    VivAgora's experiment: shaping a "nanotrustnet"
    Alain Lombard, Dorothée Benoit- Browaeys
    Toxicology: what is the time-scale to identify hazard classes for the engineered nanoparticles? Application to nanomaterials safe by design
    Claude Emond (University of Montreal, Canada)

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