Mission 10.000 is a collaborative multi-actor initiative to increase the impact of research in issues of social relevance, involving all the relevant actors to solve complex challenges.
Abstracts may focus on any of the topics related to the applications of Key Enable Technologies (particularly nanotechnology) in the main areas of the Bioeconomy (agriculture, food and water resources). A way of indication, not excluding, the following are:
Agriculture (including forestry sector) topics:
- Adaptation to climate change
- Precision agriculture and protected cultivation
- Agriculture 4.0 and sensorization
- Minimization of post-harvest losses
- Energy crops and biorefineries
- Other related topics
Water resources topics:
- Water quality
- Recycling and treatment systems
- Integral management of the water cycle
- Other related topics
Food industry topics:
- IIndustrialization of traditional foods and endogenous resources
- Functional foods and health
- Recovery of by-products and waste
- Industry 4.0
- Food structure and gastronomic engineering
- Other related topic
RESEARCHERS AND SCIENTISTS
SMEs AND BIG COMPANIES
SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL MEDIA
Free entrance for all attendees
The registration fee includes:
- Admittance to all Conference sessions
- Visits to the Exhibition area
- Participation in Brokerage event (pre-scheduled one-to-one meetings)
- Admittance to the Closing Ceremony
- Conference Booklet
- On-site lunches and coffee-breaks
- Certificate of attendance
Submit your abstract
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When & Where?
17th October 2018
FORUM BRAGA – Av. Dr. Francisco Pires Gonçalves, 4711-909 Braga, Portugal
What can you expect?
A diverse programme of excellence
Including top level cross-disciplinary scientific sessions:
- Scientific programme Scientific sessions with talks and presentationscovering a wide range of topics relating to the bio-economy.
- Transversal programme Sessions with noteworthy academics, business figures and politicians, interactive discussions, knowledge exchange and opportunities for professional networking.
A dynamic and collaborative environment
Those in attendance are both the audience and the protagonists, there is continuous interaction between attendees and speakers to generate more knowledge transfer, more ideas and more opportunities.
Top level experts available at your disposition and in your network of contacts
Academics, business figures, politicians, experts in science and innovation in general and particularly in the bio-economy, will participate in the networking activities generating numerous opportunities for interaction: matchmaking (supply-demand), personalized meeting schedule and other activities during and after the conference.
Free exhibition area
This allows professionals and academics to exhibit their projects, results, technologies and innovations by means of on site presentations and demonstrations. Presentations of participants and exhibitors is during coffee breaks.
PROGRAMME | MISSION 10.000
NANOTECHNOLOGY an enabler for the BIOECONOMY
Wednesday | October 17th, 2018
NOTE: The cross-cutting program is a tentative schedule. Times listed are subject to change. A more detailed final conference program will be published in September. Check back often for updates or subscribe to our newsletter at our website: nanogateway.eu/mission10000
10:00 – 10:45
KEY ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES FOR BIOECONOMY
“Key Enabling Technologies for the future Bioeconomy”
Prof. Orlando J. Rojas
Editor-in-Chief Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology
Chair Aalto’s Materials Platform
Professor of Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems, Bio-based Colloids and Materials (BiCMat) group, in School of Chemical Engineering, Aalto University, Finland
Principal Investigator of Finland´s Centre of Excellence in “Molecular Engineering of Bio-synthetic Hybrid Materials” (HYBER).
EU SCIENCE AND INNOVATION FRAMEWORK BEYOND 2020 : MISSIONS AND ECOSYSTEMS FOR SCIENCE, START-UPS AND INDUSTRY
To Be Confirmed
10:45 – 11:00
11:00 – Session 1
AGRO/FORESTRY MISSION: Growing our common future
11:00 – 11:30 | “Bioinspired membranes and filters from cellulose nanofibrils”
Tekla Tammelin, D.Sc (Tech)
Principal Scientist in Fibres and Biobased Materials Research area and Docent in Bioproduct Technology, Aalto University
Principal Investigator in Nanocellulosic Materials,
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
11:30 – 12:30 | Oral presentations. Chair: Tekla Tammelin
Oleogels based on vegetable oil and epoxidized cellulose paste
Esperanza Cortés-Triviño, Pro2TecS- Center for Research in Product Technology and Chemical Processes. University of Huelva, Spain.
Hybrid magnetic nanostructured agents for environmental remediation
Yolanda Piñeiro, Department of Applied Physics. University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
In quest of green & sustainable technologies for a circular economy of water in agriculture
Moisés Canle, Dept. of Chemistry. University of Coruña, Spain.
DNA biosensor to detect invasive species in water sources
Joana Guerreiro, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory. Portugal.
11:00 – Parallel session 1
BUILDING THE BIOECONOMY
“Innovation hubs and platforms to foster the market uptake of KETs and interregional cooperation”
Chair: Sonia Pazos Business and Strategic Relations Officer, INL. Portugal
Professor of Nanophysics and Director of NanoLund Center for Nanoscience. Lund University, Sweden
Coordinator S3 Traceability and Big Data in Agri-food Value Chain and Coordinator of DIH Andalucía AgroTech. Junta de Andalucía, Spain.
Coordinator S3 AGRI-FOOD HI TECH FARMING, Italy
“Smart Agrifood project presentation”
President at Inovisa and National Representative of Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation Systems on Agricultural Research at the EC. Portugal
“Cluster NANOROAD project workshop”
Business and Strategic Relations Chief Officer, INL. Portugal
12:30 – 13:30
13:30 – 14:30 – Poster Exhibition
14:30 – 16:00 – Session 2
FOOD INDUSTRY MISSION: Nourishing our common future
14:30 – 15:00 | “Are edible oleocolloids the final frontier in food innovation?”
Associate Professor Biotechnology & Food Engineering at Guangdong Technion Israel Institute of Technology in Shantou, China
15:00 – 16:00 | Oral presentations. Chair: Ashok. R. Patel
Mentha pulegium-nanofitossomas: desenvolvimento de nutracêuticos com atividade neuromoduladora
João Bernardo, REQUIMTE/LAQV, Group of Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Pharmacy. University of Porto and Coimbra, Portugal.
Fabrication of highly monodisperse bacteriophage-loaded microstructures in droplet microfluidics
Luís Passos, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory; University of Minho. Portugal.
Development of nanostructured lipid carriers based on oleogel using rhamnolipids as surfactant
Alexandra Azevedo, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory; Centre of Biological Engineering, University of Minho.
Oleogels for the development of healthier meat-based food products
Artur Martins, Centre of Biological Engineering, University of Minho. Portugal.
13:30 – 15:00 – Parallel session 2
POWERING BIOECONOMY THROUGH TALENT RESEARCH & INNOVATION
Chair: Pedro Carneiro Business and Strategic Relations Officer, INL. Portugal
13:30 – 14:00 | “Talent, Research and Innovation for bioeconomy”
President and CEO of Associação BLC3 – Campus de Tecnologia e Inovação, Portugal
Chief Operations Officer at SilicoLife, Portugal
Innovation Director at Biocant Inovação, Portugal
14:00 – 15:00 | “Funding Opportunities for research, innovation and bioeconomy”
Administrator of ANI (National Innovation Agency) of Portugal
Head of the Division of Coordination, Evaluation and Follow up at the Spanish Research Agency
International Relations INIA (National Institute for Agricultural and Food Research and Technology). Spanish NCP for H2020 – Societal Challenge 2 Bioeconomy
Portuguese NCP of FP R&D H2020 for Nanotechnology, Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
15:00 – 16:00 – Side activities
NANORIS3 Working Group Meeting
16:00 – 17:00
16:30 – 18:00 – Session 3
WATER & AQUACULTURE MISSION: Irrigating our common future
16:30 – 17:00 | “Developments of autonomous biosensors for seawater monitoring”
Marinella Farré, PhD
Research scientist, permanent staff at IDÆA-CSIC, Barcelona, Spain
17:00 – 18:00 | Oral Presentations. Chair: Marinella Farré
Covalent Organic Frameworks for in situ adsorption of okadaic acid
Soraia Fernandes, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory. Portugal.
Development of an electrochemical sensor based on MIP-QDs for assessing cocaine and metabolites
Raquel Queirós, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory; University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain-Portugal.
Magnetic covalent organic framework for the adsorption of marine phycotoxins
Vanesa Romero, International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory. Portugal.
Nanotechnology to address the problem of water resources contamination by heavy metals: A roadmap
Edgar E. Gonzalez, Geophysical Institute, Faculty of Engineering. Pontifical University Javeriana, Colombia.
17:00 – 18:30 – Parallel session 3
BUILDING AND CONECTING STARTUP ECOSYSTEMS
17:00 – 18:30 | “Financing models and partnerships for startups”
Chair: Alexandre Mendes Executive Director of Startup Braga
Adviser at the Cabinet of the Portuguese Secretary of State of Industry, Portugal
General Secretary at Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry of Regional Government of Extremadura, Spain
Head of the European Programmes Unit at the Institute for Business Competitiveness of Regional Government of Castilla y León, Spain
Head of the Department of Services and Innovation Observatory
Galician Innovation Agency, Xunta de Galicia, Spain
Executive President of “PACT – Science and Technology Park of Alentejo”. Fellow at the Asia Center, Harvard University. Full Professor and Vice-Rector for Innovation, Cooperation & Entrepreneurship at University of Évora. Portugal
Mission 10.000 committee
Professor Lorenzo Pastrana, INL – Chair
Professor Adelino Canario, University of Algarve
Professor Albano Cavaleiro, University of Coimbra
Professor Celestino Santos, University of Salamanca
Professor Félix Carvalho, University of Porto
Professor José Mª Franco Gómez, University of Huelva
Professor José Rivas, University of Santiago de Compostela
Professor Manuel Collares, University of Évora
Professor Manuel Serradilla, Centro de Investigaciones Científicas y Tecnológicas de Extremadura
Lars Montelius, Chair, DG
Catarina Cruz, CCDR-Algarve
Rosa Onofre, CCDR-Alentejo
Luís Caetano, CCDR-Centro
Pedro Figueirido, CCDR-Norte
Beatriz Casado Sáenz, Instituto para la Competitividad Empresarial (ICE)-Junta de Castilla y León
Carmen Sillero Llanes, Agencia de Innovación y Desarrollo de Andalucía IDEA-Junta de Andalucía
Patricia da Costa Félix Bermejo, FUNDECYT Junta de Extremadura
Luisa Boquete Pumar, Axencia Galega de Innovación (GAIN)-Xunta de Galicia
Sonia Pazos Álvarez, Chair, Business and Strategic Relations, INL
Cristina Padhila, Site Management and Conference Office, INL
Filipa Bernardo, Site Management and Conference Office, INL
Carolina Gallardo Gilabert, Site Management and Conference Office, INL
Monike Rocha, Business and Strategic Relations, INL
Jorge Fiens, Corporate Communication & Marketing, INL
Sandra Maya, Corporate Communication & Marketing, INL
Inês Costa, Corporate Communication & Marketing, INL
Adelino Correia, Site Management, INL