Program – Nanotechnology Crossing Borders 2022

Nanotechnology Crossing Borders 2022

During this year’s Nanotechnology Crossing Borders symposium, we will focus on several application areas of nanomaterials and nanostructured processes that contribute to the transition from fossil fuels to sustainable energy; and provide solutions in the biomedical sector: Antimicrobial coatings, Photoelectrochemical processes, Biotechnology, “Nanomaterials and Coatings for Energy Efficiency”, Membrane Separation and Innovative Reactors.

September 6th, 2022

8.45h – 9.30h

Welcome with coffee and tea

9.30h – 9.45h

Welcome and opening by Mark Liedekerken (Director transition themes Zuyd University of Applied Sciences)

9.45h – 10.30h

Plenary lecture “Inductively heatable particle-based anti-microbial coating” by Dr. Claudia Stauch (Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research)

10.30h – 11.00h

Break and poster session

Parallel session 1: Photoelectrochemical Processes

Parallel session 2: Biotechnology

11.00h – 11.30h

Invited lecture “Photoelectrochemical hydrogen production: from systems and devices to photo active materials” by Dr. Ir. Jonathan van den Ham (TNO)

Invited lecture by Dr. Bart Keijser (TNO)

11.30h – 12.00h

Invited lecture “Photoelectrochemical hydrogen production: a deeper fundamental insight and hydrogen by reduction at the photocathode side” by Dr. Ir. Bjorn Joos (Hasselt University)

Invited lecture by David Schönauer (Aminoverse BV)

12.00h – 12.30h

Invited lecture by Dr. Fatwa Firdaus Abdi (Institute for Solar Fuels, Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin)

Invited lecture by Dr. Mark Post (Mosa Meat BV)

12.30h – 14.00h

Lunch break, poster session (including complimentary presentation of demonstrators, visit to demonstrator locations and information sessions)

Parallel session 3: Nanomaterials and Coatings for Energy Efficiency

Parallel 4: Membrane Separation

14.00h – 14.30h

Invited lecture “Smart window films for heat and light management in buildings” by Dr. Stijn Kragt (ClimAd Technology BV)

Invited lecture “Membrane-assisted bioprocess intensification” by Dr. Heleen de Wever (VITO)

14.30h – 15.00h

Invited lecture “Where nanoscale meets kilometer scale: perovskite material science to enable large-area solar power” by Prof. Dr. Bruno Ehrler (AMOLF/RUG)

Invited lecture “Tuning of membrane characteristics at the nanoscale” by Prof. Dr. Ir. Rob G.H. Lammertink (University of Twente)

15.00h – 15.30h

Invited lecture “Innovative Nanocomposite Polymer Films for Advanced Solar Heat Management in Architectural Glazing and (BI)PV” by Ryan van Zandvoort (BMC/TNO)

Invited lecture “The role of polymeric and hybrid membranes in sustainable applications of the future” by Dr. Raymond Thür (Agfa-Gevaert NV)

15.30h – 16.00h

Break and poster session

16.00h – 16.45h

Plenary lecture “Sustainable Chemicals Production in 2050” by Prof. Dr. Ir. John van der Schaaf (Eindhoven University of Technology)

16.45h – 16.55h

Best poster award presented by Luc Lanclus (Director Chemelot Innovation and Learning Labs)

16.55h – 17.00h

Closing

17.00h – 18.00h

Snacks and drinks