9:05-9:15 h (i) Session intro on “The
Why and What and How of AOPs and various emerging approaches – QSAR,
NAMs, IATA” by Session Chair Peter Hoet, KathUni Leuven (confirmed)9:15-9:30 h (ii) “title to be agreed upon (?)” by Dario Greco, Uni Tampere (tbc)9:30-9:45 h (iii) AOPs and data integration within Nanosafety” by Penny Nymark, Karolisnka Institutet (confirmed)9:45-10 h
(iv) “Showcasing the AOP-Wiki Resource Description Framework – why
nano-AOPs do not exist” by Marvin Martens, Uni Maastricht (confirmed)
10:05 h Introduction of Session Chair Wouter Fransman, TNO10:05-10:15 h (i) “Extrapolation (i.e. re-use) of exposure measurement data for similar exposure scenarios and/or similar materials - from regular chemicals to NMs” by Remy Franken, TNO (confirmed)10:15-10:30 h (ii) “Sharing of release and exposure measurement data” by Camilla Delpivo, Leitat (confirmed)10:30-10:45 h (iii) “Efficiency testing and implementation of risk management measures to mitigate exposure to NMs” by Henk Goede, TNO (confirmed)10:45-11:00 h (iv) “Life cycle thinking in nanoform release assessment” by Nathan Bossa, Leitat (confirmed)
11:05-11:10 h (i) Session intro “Experiences from NanoFASE going FAIR” by Session Chair Claus Svendsen, UKCEH (confirmed)11:10-11:35 h (ii) “When is a metadata set complete?” showcasing (a) specific example(s) with discussion moderated by Thomas Exner, Edelweiss Connect (confirmed)11:35-12 h (iii) “How to implement (scientific) FAIR principles in my work?” showcasing support in data FAIRness for projects by Ammar Ammar, Uni Maastricht (confirmed)
12:05-12:15 h (i) Session intro “Data life cycle - generation processing, evaluation, prediction, curation” by Session Chair Iseult Lynch, UoB (confirmed)12:15-12:25 h (ii) “Showcasing the NanoCommons exposure/risk assessment tool http://enaloscloud.novamechanics.com/nanocommons/exposure/” by Periklis Tsiros/Harry Sarimveis, NTUA (confirmed)12:25-12:35 (iii) “Showcasing read-across of NM properties (i.e. zeta potential) to cytotoxicity using https://cellviability.cloud.nanosolveit.eu/ by Tassos Papadiamantis, UoB (confirmed)12:35-12:45 (iv) “Showcasing human exposure assessment using https://aerosol.cloud.nanosolveit.eu/1/ by Nikolaos Cheimarios/Andreas Tsoumanis/Georgia Melagraki/Antreas Afantitis, NovaMechanics (confirmed)12:45-12:55 h (v) “Idea, methodology, current state of the NanoInformaTIX platform” by Gianpetro Basei, Greendecision (confirmed)12:55-13:00 h (vi) “Call for action on the Gracious Ontology-Wiki” by Thomas Exner, Edelweiss Connect (confirmed)
14:45-14:55 h (i) “What do we need a NRG Council for, who are its stakeholders and what are their needs?” by Marie-Valentin Florin, NanoRigo (confirmed)14:55-15:05 h (ii) “What can we expect from a future NRG Council and what is the current view on its design” by Rob Aitken, Gov4Nano (confirmed)15:05-15:25 h (iii) “Screening ethical issues for governance of nanorisk” by Ineke Malsh, RiskGone (confirmed) (http://enaloscloud.novamechanics.com/riskgone/thresholdanalysis/)15:25-15:45 h (iv) “Insight into the nanorisk governance process guided by the NanoRigo NRG framework” by Arto Säämänen (confirmed), and “Requirements on NRG frameworks by insurances and other societal stakeholders” by Martin Mullins, NanoRigo (confirmed)
15:50-15:55 h (i) Session intro “SbD - from philosophy to application” by Session Chair Andrew Nelson (SABYDOMA, confirmed)15:55-16:10 h (ii) “Elevator pitches by other 3 NMBP-15 projects” by Soco Vazquez (SABYNA, confirmed), Carlos Fito (SbD4Nano, tbc), Anna Costa/Felice Simeone (ASINA, tbc)16:10-16:30 h (iii) “Presenting two case studies (CS) to apply different SbD concepts in break-outs”: (a) CS1 on SbD for Covid-19, e.g., antiviral coating, strategies for pharma by Susanne Resch, confirmed, and Anna Costa, tbc; (b) CS2 on SbD in plastics/3D printing/additive manufacturing by Soco Vazquez (confirmed) and Andrew Nelson (confirmed)16:30-16:45 h (iv) Feedback/views/feelings from break-outs by Susanne Resch (confirmed), BNN for CS1 and Soco Vazquez for CS2 (confirmed)16:45-16:50 h (v) Session summary & outlook to green innovation jointly by Andrew Nelson (confirmed) and Martin Himly (confirmed)
The focus of the sessions will be on gains to the entire process, explaining how the tools fit into the wider strategy and what remains after the projects have finished, where to find further info to get things applied in users’ own hands.
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