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Barcelona, 26 OCT 2018: Co-creation workshop: The future of nanotechnology in energy

On Friday, October 26, 2018, you can be one of the participants in a co-creation workshop about the future of nanotechnology in the energy field! How amazing is that. The workshop is jointly organized by the CCiTUB (Centres Científics i Tecnològics-UB) and by RMIT Europe, and is part of a H2020 European Project, the GoNano project (Governing Nanotechnologies throught Societal Engagement). 

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Objectives

Nanotechnology, in other words, the technology capable of manipulating matter on an incredibly small scale, until it reaches atoms and individual molecules, has become a reality and is enormously impacting the world. Buildings that destroy contaminating agents, non-invasive treatments against cancer, ultra fast loading batteries, smart foods, among many other developments. Nanotechnology is allowing scientists and engineers to achieve things that were impossible years ago.

To think about this topic, the RMIT University (as part of the GoNano European project and in collaboration with the CCiTUB of the University of Barcelona) has prepared an interactive one-day workshop, with open access, about "the future of nanotechnology on energy ". The objective is to know what the atendees think about how the improvements in this technology could benefit people, and what concerns exist about possible applications in the supply and storage of energy. 

Academic training or previous knowledge of nanotechnology is not required.

Date and time

October 26, 2018, from 9:30 am to 4 pm

Fee

Open access, registration required at this link.

The participants will receive a gift-card of 30 € for their participation for the day. 

Location

RMIT Europe
Edificio Media-TIC, Planta 5
Roc Boronat, 117 08018 Barcelona

Organizers

Centres Científics i Tecnològics
Universitat de Barcelona
Director: Dr. José Ramón Seoane Trigo
Coordinator: Dr. Jordi Díaz
Technology of SPM nano-techniques(AFM, STM) and interferometry-confocal of the CCiTUB.

RMIT Europe

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