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Lightweight Materials

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Datum
donderdag 22 maart t/m vrijdag 23 maart 2012
Locatie
Geleen

Workshop – Lightweight Materials & Structures – 22 March 2012

Within the field of advanced materials, lightweight materials offer many opportunities for new product developments and improvements on existing products. The core question is, how technology-oriented companies within the Greater Euregio Meuse-Rhine area can turn their knowledge and developments into successful cross-border business ideas and projects. If you have an idea for an innovative product involving the use of lightweight materials, or if you are curious to discover the possibilities and benefits of applying these materials in your current products, you should attend this workshop.

Economies & people within the triangle Southern-Netherlands – Western-Germany – Eastern-Belgium are growing ever closer together. One of the main assets of this cross-border region, the greater Euregio Meuse-Rhine area, is the huge knowledge potential.

“Top-Technology-Cluster” (TTC) is a joint cross-border initiative to support technology-oriented companies, especially SMEs, to find the right partners & to establish sustainable business cooperation across the borders.

In order to stimulate this process further and to generate innovative project ideas with high business potential the TTC-cluster Advanced Materials organizes a thematic workshop on ‘Lightweight Materials & Structures’.

Within the field of advanced materials, lightweight materials offer many opportunities for new product developments and improvements on existing products.

Representatives from companies from the entire value chain, especially SMEs, are invited, as well as experts from research institutions and universities to discover those opportunities together. Core question is, how technology-oriented companies within the Greater Euregio Meuse-Rhine area can turn their knowledge and developments into successful cross-border business ideas and projects. The resulting project ideas will be stimulated to grow into concrete project proposals to be eligible for a grant from the “Cross-border innovation fund” of up to €250.000,- per project.

If you have an idea for an innovative product involving the use of lightweight materials, or if you are curious to discover the possibilities and benefits of applying these materials in your current products, you should attend this workshop.

Programme

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Date

22 March 2012

Location

Chemelot Campus, Gate 2 Urmonderbaan 20a NL-Geleen (Please follow the traffic signs “gate 2” from the highway or use the navigation co-ordinates N 50,985 – O 5,7880)

Registration and fee

You can sign up for this meeting by means of the registration form or directly by mail to Mrs. Nicole Hooijdonk: nhooijdonk@liof.nl. Please include your name, job function, company, email address and telephone number. Participation in this workshop is free of charge.

For more information on the workshop : www.ttc-innovation.eu

 

Contact Sirrs : Bernard Everaerts, bernard.everaerts@sirris.be, +32 498 91 93 44

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