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An invitation to a unique free online event: 20 October 2010, 12.45-15.15 GMT (13.45-16.15 BST, 14.45-17.15 CET)
The ICPC NanoNet project stimulates global networking in nanoscience and nanotechnology. This online workshop on Bridging the Nano Divide enables researchers from different disciplines interested in socio-economic and innovation aspects of nanotechnology to meet and find out about each other's expertise, infrastructure and research interests. The invited speakers include Professor Mammo Muchie, expert in Innovation Studies based in South Africa, Professor Arie Rip, Dutch expert in Technology Assessment of Nanotechnology, and Professor Ishenkumba Kahwa, expert in Nanochemistry and Sustainable Development Issues for the CARICOM countries, based in Jamaica.
The prospective audience consists of researchers from Europe and International Cooperation Partner Countries to the EU (emerging economies and developing countries). Participation is free for registered users of the ICPC-NanoNet website (sign up free of charge).
Time (GMT)/ Event Speaker
12.45-13.00 System Check, welcome participants, about ICPC-NanoNet
13.00-13.30 Tools for international cooperation for nano-innovation (suggested)
Prof Dr Mammo Muchie, Professor of Innovation Studies at Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, South Africa and Aalborg University in Denmark and Oxford University, UK
13.45-14.15 Nanotechnology for a Knowledge Society (suggested)
Prof Dr Arie Rip, Emeritus Professor in Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Twente, Netherlands
14.30-15.00 Nanotechnology activities in CARICOM (suggested)
Prof. Dr. Ishenkumba Kahwa, Professor of Supramolecular Chemistry at the University of the West Indies and Dean of the Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences at the University's Mona Campus, Jamaica.
15.00-15.15 Discussion and closure
About the proposed speakers
Prof Dr Mammo Muchie, Professor of Innovation Studies at Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, South Africa and Aalborg University in Denmark and Oxford University, UK, Editor in Chief of the African Journal of Science, Technology and Innovation
Prof Dr Arie Rip, Emeritus Professor in Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Twente, Flagship Captain Technology Assessment in national Nanotechnology programme NanoNed, The Netherlands
Prof. Dr. Ishenkumba Kahwa is Professor of Supramolecular Chemistry at the University of the West Indies, Dean of the Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences at the University's Mona Campus, Jamaica, and author of UNESCO Report on Sustainable Development Issues for the CARICOM countries.
How to register:
To sign up for the "Bridging the Nanodivide" workshop go to www.icpc-nanonet.org
For more information contact the organiser Ineke Malsch
Workshop participants must be registered users of ICPC-Nanonet (www.icpc-nanonet.org).
Registration is free. Numbers are limited to the first 25 registrations.
The ICPC-Nanonet project is funded by the European Union under FP7 for four years, from June 2008. It brings together partners from the EU, China, India, Russia and Africa and aims to provide wider access to published nanoscience research and opportunities for collaboration between scientists in the EU and International Cooperation Partner Countries.
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