Roadmap Introduction - Industrial Technologies 2012

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NANO
futures

Workshop

NANOfutures Boosting European Competitiveness in
Nanotechnology

Industrial Technologies 2012

Aarhus, 20 June 2012

NANO
futures

association

NANO
futures


European Technology Innovation Platform

Background

Vision and Objectives

Roadmapping

Approach

Roadmap Overview

Expected Impact

Conclusion

Applications & Products

by Sectors

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Background



Interest

in

Nanotechnology

has

increased

enormously

in

the

last

years

due

to

the

technology

revolution

potential

it

holds

(>

3

billion

of

Euros

of

worldwide

spending)

Economic

and

social

benefits

from

these

large

investments

in

research

are

nevertheless

not

fully

appearing,

due

to
:




gap

between

research

efforts

and

industrial

and

user

needs



dispersion

and

fragmentation

of

efforts



need

to

address

broader

socioeconomic

challenges

going

beyond

sectorial

technological

gaps

In

order

to

contribute

to

the

competitiveness

and

sustainability

of

EU,

meeting

the

Grand

Challenges

of

our

time,

a

cross
-
sectorial

approach

is

needed
,

involving

all

relevant

stakeholders
.


Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

4

NANO
futures


is

a

new

generation

cluster

of

ETPs

operating

on

NANOTECHNOLOGY
.


European
Policies &
Objectives

Regional

& National

Programs

European

Commission

Programs

NANO
futures

at a glance





It

addresses

cross
-
sectorial

needs
,

joining

the

efforts

of

all

the

stakeholders
;



It

aims

at

reducing

fragmentation,

aligning

research

and

innovation

efforts

for

the

competitiveness

of

European

nanotechnology




it

aims

at

m
eeting

grand

societal

and

economical

challenges

through

fostering

the

development

of

sustainable

nano
-
enabled

products






Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Plus
close
cooperation with


11
European Technology
Platforms

From
research

institute and
universities

NANO
futures

composed
of
around fast growing
700
members

From industrial
association and
networks

From
industrial
sectors,

NANO
futures

Structure

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

NANO
futures

Steering Committee



Chair
: Paolo Matteazzi (
MBN
Nanomaterialia

SpA
, IT
)


Co
-
chairs:
Prof. Kiparissides (CERTH, GR) and
Peter Kr
üger

(Bayer Material Science,
DE)


INDUSTRIALIZATION

Tech.Transfer and
Innovation Financing

NETWORKING

SKILLS AND
EDUCATION

RESEARCH and
TECHNOLOGY

COMMUNICATION

SAFETY RESEARCH

INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

STANDARDIZATION

REGULATION

NANO
futures

Structure


11 ETP representatives
, appointed by the
ETPs


10 Horizontal working groups
chairs

NANO
futures


European Technology Innovation Platform

Background

Vision and Objectives

Roadmapping

Approach

Roadmap Overview

Expected Impact

Conclusion

Applications & Products

by Sectors

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

NANO
futures

Vision



By 2025
, nanotechnology is expected to be a mature yet still growing
industry, with countless mainstream products in all different industrial
sectors.

In this context, Europe aims to play
a market leader position
,
increasing its competitiveness in all different sectors where
nanotechnology may have a strong added value.


The

growth

and

commercialization

of

nanotechnology

must

be

guided

and

fostered

by

taking

care

of

social

and

sustainability

aspects
.




By 2015
, Nanotechnology World Market Size would hit 1.1 trillion
USD in a broad range of sectors (chemical manufacturing,
pharmaceuticals, aerospace, electronics, materials etc.).

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

NANO
futures

Vision



If effective alignment of private and public efforts over promising areas is
guaranteed from short to long term, European Nanotechnology is
expected to give an outstanding contribution to major
Societal
challenges

of our time:



Health, demographic change and wellbeing;


Food security, sustainable agriculture, marine and maritime research
and the bio
-
economy;


Secure, clean and efficient energy;


Smart, green and integrated transport;


Climate action, resource efficiency and raw materials;


Inclusive, innovative and secure societies
.



Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Roadmapping

Objectives

NANO
futures

integrated

Industrial

and

Research

Roadmap

aims

to
:



address

European

key

nodes

in

terms

of

c
ross
-
sectorial

research
,

technology

and

innovation

issues



cover

broad

socio
-
economic

challenges

to

the

implementation

and

commercialisation

of

sustainable

and

safe

nanotechnology

enabled

solutions


Have

a

market
-
driven

value

chain

approach

with

a

set

of

tech

and

non
-
tech

actions

along

the

identified

value

chains



have

a

long

term

horizon

(>
2025
)

while

including

detailed

implementation

plan

up

to

2020
.

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

NANO
futures


European Technology Innovation Platform

Background

Vision and Objectives

Roadmapping

Approach

Roadmap Overview

Expected Impact

Conclusion

Applications & Products

by Sectors

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

ETP

Working

Group

NANO
futures

is structured as a hub for nanotechnologies
and the
roadmapping

activity reflects this structure

The starting point of
roadmapping

was based on
contributions from
11 ETPs

and from the NANO
futures

members (industries, universities, institutes) divided in
10
Horizontal Working Groups

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

ETP

Working

Group

The

ETPs
provided the needs (50) for their
economical growth

The

Working groups

analyzed the ETP needs,
based on common
horizontal issues from
industry to safety, from
research to communication

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

ETP

Working

Group

Key

Nodes

From the clustering of
the ETP needs with the
horizontal issues
emerged
5 Key Nodes.

For each of
them a
leading expert and a
group of experts
were appointed in
order
to translate
backward the KNs in
Actions and Markets

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Value

Chains

ETP

Working

Group

Key

Nodes

7 Value Chains
were
identified by the
experts. The VCs
constitute the
backbone of the
roadmap

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Value

Chains

Markets

ETP

Working

Group

Key

Nodes

Several
Markets
were outlined: the
WGs

will analyze
them in order to
provide specific
guidelines for the
development of

nanotechnologies

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

ETPs

Working Groups

KeyNodes

Leaders group

11 European Technology Platforms
described
their needs

10 Horizontal
Working Groups
identified
5
KeyNodes

based
on
ETP’s needs

7
value
chains and several
markets,
that
may
use nanotech
to
successfully address the economy
and society
challenges

Each
market
will be analyzed
and bottlenecks and missing
steps
outlined,
tracing the
roadmap to
Horizon
2020

Working
Groups

NANO
futures
Roadmapping

The loop is almost completed and will be the basis
for future activities of NANO
futures

ETIP

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

The NANOfutures collaborative environment has a great potential
because it
is an hub for all the necessary actors to complete the bridge.

KNOWLEDGE

MARKET

Products

Technology

Science

Production

Technological
Facilities

Pilot
Lines

Globally Competitive
Manufacturing Facilities

PULL

Technological
Research

Industrial
Consortia

Competitive
Manufacturing

PUSH

VALUE CHAIN

The Meaning of Value Chains

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

VALUE CHAIN

MODELLING

MATERIALS

TOOLS

METROLOGY

COMPONENTS

ASSEMBLY

FINAL
PRODUCT

PRODUCTION CHAIN

DESIGN

PRODUCT

The Meaning of Value Chains

Within a Value Chain

the Production Chain was highlighted, in order to
evidence the missing steps in order to have the product.

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

VALUE CHAIN

PRODUCTION CHAIN

GROWTH

SUSTAINABILITY

SAFETY

REGULATION

EDUCATION
& TRAINING

ENVIRONMENT

STANDARDIZATION

SOCIETAL CHAIN

COMMUNICATION

Sustainability overarch the chains
addressing the societal challenges.

The Meaning of Value Chains

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

VALUE CHAINS

KNOWLEDGE

DESIGN

GROWTH

MARKET

PRODUCTS

SUSTAINABILITY

Excellent
Science

Industrial
Leadership

Societal Challenges

The Meaning of Value Chains

Value chain actions
are aligned with Horizon 2020 structure (Excellent
Science, Societal Challenges, Industrial Leadership).

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Chains and Roadmap

MARKETs

PRODUCTs

SUSTAINABILITY

KNOWLEDGE

DESIGN

GROWTH

VALUE
CHAIN

PRODUCT
CHAIN

SOCIETAL
CHAIN

5 Key Nodes and 7 Value Chain
identified

20 Possible Markets Identified

Cross
-
cutting actions that
overarch the roadmap

The value chains constitute the backbone on
which is made the roadmap

The product chains bring the roadmap near to
the applicative and measurable field

The societal chains assure the sustainability
of the roadmap

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

NANO
futures


European Technology Innovation Platform

Background

Vision and Objectives

Roadmapping

Approach

Roadmap Overview

Expected Impact

Conclusion

Applications & Products

by Sectors

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Roadmap Overview

Lightweight multifunctional materials and
sustainable composites

Textile and
sport sector

Energy and ICT (
structuring,
surface or
nanoporous

materials
)

Packaging

Transportation

Integration of
nano

Direct manufacturing

Semi
finished

3d structures for
optoelectronic

Structured Surfaces

ICT (
Nanoelectronics
, photonics
)

Transportations

Construction and buildings

Medicine
(
Bio
-
sensors,
regen
.
medicine
)

Functional Fluids

Construction
and building

Transportation

Medicine

Alloys Ceramics,
Intermetallics

Infrastructure for
Multiscale

Modelling and
Testing

Nano
-
enabled
surfaces for multi
-
sectorial
applications

Nano
-
Micro scale
manufacturing

Safety &

Sustainability

Nano
-
enabled
surfaces

Nano structures and
composites

Value

Chains

Cross
Sectorial

Non
-
Technological Actions

Design, Modelling and Testing

of materials

Key
Nodes

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Roadmap Focus: VCs & Markets

VC6

Integration of
nano

Direct manufacturing

Finished net shaped

Semi
finished

Catalysis
and
filtration

3D structures for
nanoelectronics

&
photonics

VC3

Structured
Surfaces

Energy (PV
batteries,
harvesting)

ICT (
Nanoelectronics
, photonics,
sensors)

Transportation

Construction and buildings

Textile and
passive
funct
.

Medicine
(
Bio
-
sensors,
Lab on a
Chip,
regen
.
medicine)

Cross
Sectorial

Non
-
Technological Actions

VC7
Infrastructure
for
Multiscale

Modelling and
Testing

Complex Adaptive
Systems for
complete product
design

VC2

-

Nano
-
enabled
surfaces for
multi
-
sectorial
applications

Plasma and
Vacuum
Engineered
Surfaces

Wet Engineered
Surfaces

VC4

Alloys
Ceramics,
Intermetallics

Energy
Harvesting &
Conversion

ICT Functional
Packaging

VC5

Functional
Fluids

Construction and
building

Transportation

Medicine &
Pharma

Consumer
Products
(Cosmetics &
Household
Cleaning)

ICT (Thermal &
Electrical
Management)

ICT

VC1

-

Lightweight
multifunctional materials
and sustainable
composites

Textile and sport
sector

Energy

Packaging

Transportation

Construction
and buildings

Roadmap Focus: VCs & Markets

Value

Chains

Market 2

Market 3

Market 5

Market 1

Market 4

ETPs

Markets

Each Market
meets many
ETP

Each Market

M
eets

many
Societal
Challenges

Each ETP meets
many Societal
C
hallenges

EU societal challenges

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Market &

Value Chain

ETPs

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

VC2

-

Nano
-
enabled
surfaces for multi
-
sectorial applications

Plasma and Vacuum
Engineered Surfaces

Wet Engineered
Surfaces

VC3

Structured Surfaces

Energy (
PV
batteries,
harvesting
)

ICT (
Nanoelectronics
,
photonics, sensors
)

Transportation

Construction
and buildings

Textile and
passive
funct
.

Medicine (
Bio
-
sensors, Lab on a
Chip regenerative
medicine
)

VC4

Alloys Ceramics,
Intermetallics

Energy Harvesting &
Conversion

ICT Functional Packaging

ICT

Textile and sport sector

Energy

Packaging

Transportation

VC1

-

Lightweight multifunctional materials and sustainable composites

Construction and buildings

Roadmap Focus: VCs & Markets

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

VC7
Infrastructure for
Multiscale

Modelling and Testing

Complex Adaptive Systems for
complete product design

VC5

Functional Fluids

Construction
and building

Transportation

Medicine
&
Pharma

ICT (Thermal &
Electrical
Management)

Consumer Products
(Cosmetics & Household
Cleaning)

VC6

Integration of
nano

Direct
manufacturing

Finished net
shaped

3D structures for
nanoelectronics

and
photonics

Semi
finished

Catalysis and
filtration

Market &

Value Chain

ETPs

Direct answers
to the needs

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

ETP focus on specific VCs

VC6

Integration of
nano

Finished net
shaped

Semi finished

3D structures for
nanoelectronics

and
photonics

VC3

Structured
Surfaces

Medicine


(
Bio
-
sensors, Lab on a
Chip, Regenerative
medicine
)

VC7
Multiscale

Modelling

Complex Adaptive
Systems for design

Cross
Sectorial

Non
-
Technologic
al Actions

Semi finished

3D structures for
nanoelectronics

and
photonics

VC6

Integration of
nano

VC7
Infrastructure for
Multiscale

Modelling
and Testing

Complex Adaptive
Systems for complete
product design

VC1

-

Lightweight
multifunctional
materials and
sustainable
composites

VC4

Alloys Ceramics,
Intermetallics

Energy Harvesting &
Conversion

VC6

Integration
of
nano

3D structures for
nanoelectronics

and
photonics

VC3

Structured Surfaces

ICT (
Nanoelectronics
, photonics,
sensors
)

VC2

-

Nano
-
enabled
surfaces for multi
-
sectorial
applications

Plasma and Vacuum
Engineered Surfaces

Wet Engineered Surfaces

Medicine (
Bio
-
sensors, Lab on a Chip,
Regenerative medicine)

VC4

Alloys
Ceramics,
Intermetallics

ICT Functional
Packaging

VC5

Functional Fluids

ICT (Thermal & Electrical Management)

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

ETP focus on specific VCs

VC6

Integration of
nano

Finished net
shaped

Semi
finished

Catalysis and
filtration

3D structures for
nanoelectronics

and photonics

Cross
Sectorial

Non
-
Technological Actions

VC3

Structured
Surfaces

Medicine (
Bio
-
sensors, Lab
on a Chip, Regenerative
Medicine
)

VC5

Functional Fluids

Medicine &
Pharma

VC3

Structured
Surfaces

Construction and
buildings

VC6

Integration of
nano

Semi finished

Catalysis and filtration

VC5

Functional Fluids

Construction and building

VC4
Alloys Ceramics,
Intermetallics

Energy
Harversting

&
Conversion

VC1

-

Lightweight
multifunctional
materials and
sustainable
composites

Construction and
buildings

VC7
Infrastructure for
Multiscale

Modelling

Complex Adaptive Systems for complete
product design

Textile and sport sector

VC1

-

Lightweight
multifunctional materials and
sustainable composites

VC3

Structured
Surfaces

Textile and passive
functionalities

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

ETP focus on specific VCs

VC6

Integration of
nano

3D structures for
nanoelectronics

and
photonics

VC3

Structured
Surfaces

ICT (
Nanoelectronics
,
photonics, sensors
)

VC7
Infrastructure for
Multiscale

Modelling

Complex Adaptive Systems for complete
product design

VC7
Infrastructure for
Multiscale

Modelling

Complex Adaptive Systems for complete
product design

Cross
Sectorial

Non
-
Technological
Actions

VC1

-

Lightweight
multifunctional materials and
sustainable composites

Transportation

VC3

Structured
Surfaces

Transportation

VC5

Functional
Fluids

Transportation

VC6

Integration of
nano

Catalysis and
filtration

VC5

Functional Fluids

Medicine

&
Pharma

VC7
Multiscale

Modelling

Complex Adaptive
Systems for complete
product design

Cross
Sectorial

Non
-
Technological
Actions

VC2

-

Nano
-
enabled
surfaces for multi
-
sectorial applications

Plasma and Vacuum Engineered Surfaces

Wet Engineered Surfaces

Consumer Products (Cosmetics &
Household Cleaning)

EU

societal
challenges

ETPs

Direct answers
to the needs

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Societal Challenges focus

on specific VCs

Secure, clean and
efficient
energy

Smart, green and
integrated
transport

Climate action,
resource efficiency
and raw materials;

Some examples:

VC4

Alloys
Ceramics,
Intermetallics

Energy
Harvesting &
Conversion

VC1

-

Lightweight
multifunctional materials and
sustainable composites

Energy

Transportation

VC6

Integration of
nano

Catalysis and
filtration



VC7
Infrastructure
for
Multiscale

Modelling and
Testing

Complex Adaptive
Systems for
complete product
design

VC3

Structured
Surfaces

Construction
and
buildings

VC4

Alloys
Ceramics,
Intermetallics

Energy
Harvesting &
Conversion

VC1

-

Lightweight
multifunctional materials
and sustainable
composite

Transportation

VC5

Functional
Fluids

Transportation

VC1

-

Lightweight
multifunctional
materials and
sustainable
composites

Transportation



Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Societal Challenges focus

on specific VCs

Health,
demographic
change and wellbeing;

Food security, sustainable
agriculture, marine research
and the bio
-
economy

Inclusive
, innovative
and secure
societies

Some examples:



VC3

Structured
Surfaces

Medicine (
Bio
-
sensors,
Lab on a Chip,
regen
.
medicine)

VC1

-

Lightweight
multifunctional materials
and sustainable
composites

Packaging



VC5

Functional
Fluids

Consumer
Products
(Cosmetics &
Household
Cleaning)

VC3

Structured
Surfaces

Medicine (
Bio
-
sensors,
Lab on a Chip,
regen
.
medicine)

VC1

-

Lightweight
multifunctional materials
and sustainable
composites

Textile and sport sector



VC4

Alloys
Ceramics,
Intermetallics

ICT Functional
Packaging

VC3

Structured
Surfaces

ICT (
Nanoelectronics
,
photonics, sensors)

Cross
Sectorial

Non
-
Technological
Actions

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Roadmap Focus: VCs & Markets

Each Market is related with more
than one ETP

Each
ETP is
related with more
than one
Market

Reliability
of the
system is
guaranteed by integration and
complementarities of the actions

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Roadmap Overview

TRL 7
-
8

TRL 5
-
6

TRL 1
-
4

FINAL
PRODUCT

WASTE
TREATMENT

MODELLING

MATERIALS

TOOLS

METROLOGY

COMPONENTS

ASSEMBLY

MARKET DEFINITION

For each market the Value chain is highlighted

The action are evaluated for their Technology
Readiness Level
from 1 to 8 (from tech
assessment to

production implementation)


Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Roadmap Overview

FINAL
PRODUCT

WASTE
TREATMENT

MODELLING

MATERIALS

TOOLS

METROLOGY

COMPONENTS

ASSEMBLY

ACTION

ACTION

ACTION

MARKET DEFINITION

TRL 7
-
8

TRL 5
-
6

TRL 1
-
4

The Value Chain includes actions

at Short
T
erm, 2013
-
2016

at
Medium Term: 2017
-
2020


at Long
Term: 2020
-
2025 and beyond

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Roadmap Overview

FINAL
PRODUCT

WASTE
TREATMENT

MODELLING

MATERIALS

TOOLS

METROLOGY

COMPONENTS

ASSEMBLY

ACTION

ACTION

ACTION

MARKET DEFINITION

TRL 7
-
8

TRL 5
-
6

TRL 1
-
4

NON
-
TECH
ACTIONS

NON
-
TECH
ACTIONS

NON
-
TECH
ACTIONS

Non technological actions complete the
definition of the market

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012

Roadmap Overview

The identified actions will address
two main outcomes in the roadmap:

The identification of
common actions
(technological
or not) from different markets and value chains.

The identification of markets and value chains that
require only
few actions to be completed
.

Industrial Technologies 2012 Aarhus, 20 June 2012